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Open Society Foundations’ Youth Exchange and Women’s Rights Program


With the goal of supporting the next generation of feminist activists in Latin America, the Open Society Foundations’ Youth Exchange and Women’s Rights Program are joining together to create the Young Feminist Leaders Fellowship.

To apply, applicants must complete the following documents in writing and email them to youth.exchange@opensocietyfoundations.org by Friday, May 3, 2019 (11:59 EDT):

  • Resume or CV: maximum two pages.
  • Full written proposal: applicants should complete the attached proposal template in writing (maximum 5 pages, single-spaced)
  • Applicants can only submit a single written proposal for a single proposed project. Those who make multiple submissions or propose several project ideas in a single submission will not be considered.
  • Complete guidelines, frequently asked questions, proposal information, and easy-to-read documents are available in the Download Files section on this page. If you have questions or experience technical difficulties downloading the documents, please contact the Youth Exchange at youth.exchange@opensocietyfoundations.org

More information: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants/fostering-latin-america-s-next-generation-feminist-leaders-20190311

XV Congreso Nacional de Derecho Político

Se encuentra abierta hasta el 12 de mayo la convocatoria para presentar ponencias al XV Congreso Nacional de Derecho Político, que se desarrollará los días 6-7 de junio de 2019 en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Para mayores informes, escribir al correo derechopolitico2019@gmail.com

Séptimo Concurso de Tesis sobre Discriminación en la Ciudad de México

Se encuentra abierta hasta el 30 de abril la convocatoria para la obtención de las Becas de Tesis COPRED, a nivel licenciatura y posgrado, desarrollando investigaciones acerca del tema de la igualdad y no discriminación en la Ciudad de México.

I.- Modalidad:

Pueden participar en este concurso las tesis que se están elaborando en forma individual o en coautoría:

• Tesis o tesina de Licenciatura

• Tesis o tesina de Especialidad

• Tesis de Maestría

• Tesis de Doctorado

II. Requisitos de participación:

1. Podrán participar las personas que estén elaborando tesis o tesina y aborden las siguientes temáticas o problemáticas asociadas a la discriminación en la Ciudad de México y que aporten al diseño e implementación de política pública antidiscriminatoria:

         a) Metodologías y mediciones para el diseño, seguimiento y evaluación para la política pública antidiscriminatoria

         b) Construcción de identidades, identificaciones y ciudadanías de los grupos de atención prioritaria: mujeres, niñas, niños y adolescentes, jóvenes, personas mayores, personas migrantes y sujetas de protección internacional, personas afrodescendientes, personas en situación de calle, personas privadas de su libertad, personas que residen en instituciones de asistencia social, personas de identidad indígena, personas LGBTTTI, personas con discapacidad y personas de minorías religiosas

         c) La discriminación en los ámbitos médico, educativo, laboral, mediático, comunitario o familiar

         d) Tecnologías a favor de la prevención y eliminación de la discriminación

         e) Arquitecturas e ingenierías para la inclusión en contextos urbanos de la Ciudad de México

         f) Interseccionalidad, trayectorias de vida y estrategias de resiliencia en situaciones de discriminación

         g) Abordajes disciplinarios y pedagógicos para la cultura de la Igualdad y no Discriminación

         h) Aportes legislativos, jurisdiccionales, jurídicos o de derecho internacional para contrarrestar las prácticas discriminatorias y consolidar el derechos a la igualdad y no                     discriminación

La convocatoria completa puede consultarse en: https://copred.cdmx.gob.mx/convocatorias/concursos/43

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PRÓRROGA DE INSCRIPCIONES XXXII CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL ALAS

Estarán abiertas hasta el 30 de abril las inscripciones para participar como ponente en el XXXII Congreso Internacional ALAS Perú 2019. Mayor información en: https://www.alasperu2019.pe/2019/02/01/prorroga-de-inscripciones/?fbclid=IwAR3bvvoayUMNEIVcM1W_5gKCh06jnQ6jMVh52pIMNRJiWWPmoRT9f8QxHxQ

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Abya Yala. Revista de Acceso a Justiça e Direitos nas Américas, v. 2 n. 3 (2018): “Os Direitos Humanos e as Esquerdas Mundiais na Atualidade”

Se encuentra disponible el número “Os Direitos Humanos e as Esquerdas Mundiais na Atualidade”, de Abya Yala. Revista de Acceso a Justiça e Direitos nas Américas.

[…] A seção “Debates”, inaugurada nesta edição, compartilha com o público reflexoes que foram estabelecidas na Universidade de Brasília, em outubro de 2017, durante o seminário intitulado “As Esquerdas na Atualidade: Diálogos América Latina e Europa”, no Departamento de Estudos Latino Americanos. O evento viabilizou o encontro de grandes pensadoras e pensadores latinoamericanos, provenientes de diferentes países e instituições, com vistas a refletirem, em debate, sobre o papel desempenhado e a ser desempenhado pelas esquerdas diante de uma realidade marcada pel ascensao da direita e pelo arrefecimento das disputas ideológicas decorrentes.

Rebecca Lemos Igreja e Camilo Negri, professores da Universidade de Brasília, apresentam os debates, agora no formato de artigos, dos quais participam, como autoras e autores, Michael Wieviorka (França), Constanza Moreira (Uruguai), Consuelo Sánchez e Héctor Díaz-Polanco (México), Juan Carlos Monedero (Espanha), André Singer, Rogerio Gugliano, Jacques de Novion, Camilo Negri e Lucas Monte (brasil).

El número puede descargarse en el siguiente link: http://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/abya/issue/view/1707

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I Congresso Internacional “Humanismo, Direitos Humanos e Cidadania Global”

O I Congresso Internacional “Humanismo, Direitos Humanos e Cidadania Global” tem como público-alvo académicos, investigadores, educadores, professores e estudantes, gestores e diretores de escolas, abrangendo todos os níveis do sistema educacional formal, bem como contextos informais de ensino e aprendizagem.

O Congresso tem por objetivo promover a discussão e a reflexão sobre a problemática da (re)construção de uma cidadania plena no contexto dos problemas da sociedade actual. A cidadania, assente na ética das relações humanas, é a garantia do respeito pela dignidade dos seres humanos, do desenvolvimento sustentado e sustentável, da justiça social, da paz e da felicidade. Na era das tecnologias e da sociedade de informação, o conceito de cidadania apresenta-se hoje como uma problemática emergente. A cidadania carece de uma apropriação por parte dos decisores, dos líderes políticos e religiosos, das comunidades, dos educadores, das nações e dos cidadãos do mundo, para a concretização bem-sucedida do processo irreversível da cidadania global.

A discussão e reflexão sobre esta problemática, através de estudos e trabalhos de investigação produzidos, é uma oportunidade para produzir, disseminar e transferir conhecimento científico face aos novos desafios e ameaças que enfrentamos.

20/abril/2019 – Data limite de submissão de resumos.

Mais informações aqui.

Legal issues in Dealing with Research Data

The Webinar “Legal issues in Dealing with Research Data” will be carried out on March 29, by OpenAIRE.

OpenAIRE has released guides for researchers who want to know more about the legal issues related to their research data.

During this webinar, Prodromos Tsiavos and Thomas Margoni will take you through this guides, and you will have the possibility to ask questions (you can pre-submit them during registration or ask them live during the webinar Q&A).

The Open AIRE guides cover the following aspects:

  • Research data and their protection by intellectual property rights.
  • Research data licensing.
  • Reusing someone else’s research data.

Further information on the guides and the webinar can be found here.

Paro Internacional de Mujeres

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Call for Papers: Global Un-Governance

The global landscape of political transition has shifted fundamentally from the democracy promotion of the 1990s to a much more varied, multidirectional and competitive ‘global marketplace of political change’ (Carothers and Samet-Marram, 2015). The unknowability of the sources of political and legal order in attempts to transition from violent conflict, and the challenge of building “resilience” in such states and societies, has given rise to a demand for open and contextually adaptable legal and political models within global governance institutions. Often the final form and substance of state reconstruction is at least in principle held open, even as certain normative demands and functional outputs continue to be demanded by the international order.

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The workshop will be hosted by the Edinburgh Law School, and will take place on May 23-24, 2019. Those interested are invited to send an abstract of no more than 750 words to andrew.lang@ed.ac.uk and deval.desai@graduateinstitute.ch, by 28 February 2019. Participants will be asked to prepare full discussion papers prior to the workshop. Some funding is available to cover travel and accommodation costs for participants.

 

Especialización – Migración, desarrollo y derechos humanos 2019-2020

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La especialización busca formar profesionales en el campo de la migración, el desarrollo y los derechos humanos que puedan dar cuenta de las complejas dinámicas que intervienen en los procesos migratorios del Ecuador y la región andina, tanto en el campo de la investigación social como en el ámbito de las políticas públicas.

Para más información oprima en este enlace.

Convocatoria para la selección de Seminarios Virtuales 2019 – Red de Posgrados CLACSO

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Los seminarios virtuales de la Red de Posgrados tienen por objetivo ofrecer formación académica en diversos campos de las Ciencias Sociales, promoviendo tanto el pensamiento crítico latinoamericano y caribeño, como el estímulo al desarrollo de nuevas perspectivas teóricas y metodológicas para el estudio de las realidades regionales. Los seminarios virtuales integran la oferta académica realizada por los programas de la Red de Posgrados y se dictan en el Espacio de Formación Virtual, una plataforma con más de 20 años de trayectoria. En este marco, se llama a concurso a Grupos de Trabajo, Redes Temáticas de Posgrados y profesoras y profesores pertenecientes a Centros Miembros de CLACSO a presentar propuestas para el dictado de seminarios virtuales durante el período 2019. La  convocatoria  seleccionará  12  propuestas de seminarios virtuales de posgrado a ser dictados durante 2019.

Para más información y acceder al sistema de inscripción oprima en este enlace.

Convocatoria: Profesor/a invitado/a Departamento de Sociología y Estudios de Género

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El Departamento de Sociología y Estudios de Género convoca a selección de un/a profesor/a invitado/a.  Las postulaciones se receptarán en sobre cerrado en la siguiente dirección: Convocatoria profesor/a invitado/a, Departamento de Sociología y Estudios de Género, FLACSO Ecuador, Calle La Pradera E7-174 y Av. Diego de Almagro, torre 2, piso 8. O en forma virtual (documentos escaneados) al correo electrónico: schidalgo@flacso.edu.ec

Para más información oprima en este enlace.

Concursos públicos para professores(as) – Universidade Federal de São Paulo

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Compartilhamos os editais de cinco concursos públicos para professores(as) efetivos(as) que comporão o corpo docente da Área de Direito da Universidade Federal de São Paulo (Unifesp). Todas as vagas são em Regime de Dedicação Exclusiva.

As áreas dos concursos e os links para os seus respectivos editais são os seguintes:

Inscrições e informações estão disponíveis por meio site http://concurso.unifesp.br/. Chamamos atenção para o prazo de inscrição, que vai de 10 de dezembro de 2018 a 24 de janeiro de 2019.

Antropologías del Sur: “Pueblos Indígenas: Gobiernos Locales y Dinámicas Políticas en América Latina”

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Este décimo número de Antropologías del Sur se compone de sus dos secciones habituales. La primera de ellas contiene ocho artículos, cinco de ellos de temática abierta y tres que conforman la segunda parte del dossier Pueblos Indígenas: Gobiernos Locales y Dinámicas Políticas en América Latina. La segunda sección, destinada a Ensayos, Reseñas, Traducciones y Entrevistas.

Pueden acceder al contenido de la revista haciendo click en este enlace.

Dossier especial: “Hegemonía neoliberal y estrategias feministas: imaginarios emancipatorios en disputa”

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Dossier especial: “Hegemonía neoliberal y estrategias feministas: imaginarios emancipatorios en disputa”, editado por Natalia Martínez, Martin De Mauro Rucovsky y Fidel Azarian.

Pueden acceder al contenido de la revista en este enlace.

Oñati Master/Convocatoria abierta

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The International Master in Sociology of Law of the International Institute of Sociology of Law.

  • A one-year programme (60 ECTS)
  • Accredited by the UPV/EHU
  • Thirteen two- week courses from September to March (40 ECTS)
  • Master’s Thesis (Research Project) from April to September (20 ECTS)
  • While the IISL is located in the Basque Country, the programme is taught entirely in English
  • The MA is both a recognised stand-alone qualification, and also accepted as a foundation for PhD research by universities all over the world.

For more information and appliclation procedures click here.

Convocatoria posdoctorado en Derecho 2019- Universidad de Los Andes

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Más información en este enlace.

OSLS, Vol 8, No 6 (2018), “State of Exception, Law and Economy: A socio-legal approach to the economic state of exception in an era of crisis”

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Esta edición busca una “aproximación al concepto de estado de excepción desarrollado por Giorgio Agamben surge de una comprensión crítica de la relación entre Estado, derecho y poder. Hacemos hincapié en que el principio de excepcionalidad jurídica no es meramente utilizado en respuesta a la actual crisis capitalista, sino que es una técnica de poder central y duradera utilizada por el Estado para reproducir relaciones de poder económicas y coloniales. Esta introducción ofrece tres puntos centrales a partir de la comprensión dominante del estado de excepción: primero, planteamos una ruptura con la oposición cruda entre derecho positivo y estado de excepción; segundo, argüimos en favor del rechazo de la concepción limitada occidental (liberal y política) de los derechos; finalmente, defendemos prestar atención a la materialidad de las relaciones de poder, más que al énfasis limitado en el poder protegido por las instituciones formales del poder estatal”.

Departing from a critical understanding of the relationship between state, law and power, we propose a critical overview of the concept of the state of exception developed by Giorgio Agamben. We emphasise the idea that the principle of legal exceptionality is not as merely used in response to the current crisis in capitalism, but is an enduring and core technique of power used by states to reproduce economic and colonial power relations. Thus, this paper offers three core points of departure from dominant understandings of the state of exception. First, we urge a rupture of the crude opposition between positive law and the state of exception. Second, we argue for a rejection of limited Western concept of (liberal, political) rights. Finally, we argue for an attention to the materiality of power relations, rather than a narrow focus on the power projected by formal institutions of state power.

Para acceder al contenido de la revista oprima en este enlace.

Stanford Center for Law and History Fellowship

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The Stanford Center for Law and History is a residential fellowship that provides an opportunity to conduct research in the dynamic environment of Stanford University. We prefer two-year fellowships to help the fellow complete a significant body of independent scholarship, but we are willing to consider one-year terms. We expect that fellows will dedicate most of their time to pursuing their proposed research projects, and the fellowship is designed to ensure meaningful mentorship from faculty within both the Law School and the History Department. All applications should be submitted no later than Friday, February 15, 2019.

Para más información y acceder a la solicitud del ‘fellowship’ oprima en este enlace.

Encuentro de Pensamiento y Praxis: el Derecho en la Reconfiguración del Capital

El encuentro es un espacio bienal que se propone analizar y comprender al derecho moderno capitalista como un discurso del poder cuyos mecanismos se encuentran en permanente reconfiguración con el metabolismo social del capital. En este encuentro se analizarán ambos sentidos del discurso del derecho: como poder hegemónico y como disputa; para explicar y proponer alternativas a los problemas que aquejan a la sociedad en su conjunto en la dinámica económica y la dominación política, racial y patriarcal a la que nos somete el capital en sus diversas expresiones.

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Hacemos extensiva la invitación a este encuentro que es un espacio académico y político en construcción para pensar la realidad social más allá de sus representaciones fenomenológicas   y de las determinaciones universales, invitamos a pensar desde nuestras distintas realidades históricas y geográficas desde la que se constituyen nuestras epistemologías. Su organización se basa en mesas de trabajo divididas por ejes de análisis en las que se fomentará el diálogo y debate de las ideas.

-Fecha límite de envío: 15 de febrero del 2019

-Notificación de propuestas aceptadas: 25 de febrero del 2019

-Envío de los textos completos: 19 de abril del 2019

Para más información oprima en este enlace

2019 Law and Society Association International Prize

The Law and Society Association International Prize is offered to a scholar, normally in residence outside the United States, in recognition of significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the field of law and society.

submit-headerIt is not a book award, nor is it a career achievement award, but is given in recognition of a body of scholarly work, including some portion of the work should that has been completed within the past few years, and self-nominations are accepted.

The award carries a cash prize of $500.

Más información en este enlace.

Baldy Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies 2019

The Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy, the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, plans to award several fellowships to scholars pursuing important topics in law, legal institutions, and social policy. Applications are invited from junior and senior scholars from law, the humanities, and the social sciences.

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Primary criteria for selection include importance of the research topic, intellectual strength of the proposal, demonstrated academic achievement, and promise of future success. Additional considerations include the overall mix of topics, disciplines, and backgrounds of the selected group of Fellows. For information on current and past Baldy Fellows, see the Baldy Center website.

2019 John Hope Franklin Prize

The Franklin Prize is awarded for an article published in the two calendar years prior to the award year. The competition is open to all forms of law and society scholarship, to authors at any stage of their careers, and to authors from any country of origin. Articles may be published in any scholarly journal, including socio-legal journals, journals in other disciplines, and law reviews, or may be a chapter in a book volume. Co-authored articles, and self-nominations, may be submitted for consideration. The award carries a cash prize of $500. Ends on February 1, 2019

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Para más información oprima en este enlace.

Convocatoria para Investigadores/as – RIVERS – “Water/human rights beyond the human? Indigenous water ontologies, plurilegal encounters and interlegal translation”

El Instituto de Derechos Humanos de la Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao, España), abre una convocatoria para un/a (1) investigador/a de doctorado, dos (2) investigadores/as postdoctorales y un/a (1) gestor/a de investigación – investigador/a en el proyecto RIVERS – Water/human rights beyond the human? Indigenous water ontologies, plurilegal encounters and interlegal translation (Acuerdo de subvención: ERC-2018-StG-804003), financiado por el Consejo Europeo de Investigación (ERC) y coordinado por la Dra. Lieselotte Viaene.

A continuación indicamos el link cada una de las plazas abiertas en la convocatoria:

RIVERS – Project manager and Researcher / Gestor de Proyectos e Investigador/a: https://deusto.talentclue.com/en/node/39001427/4590/modal

RIVERS – Post-doctoral researcher / Investigador/a postdoc: https://deusto.talentclue.com/en/node/39001078/4590/modal

RIVERS – Post-doctoral researcher / Investigador/a postdoc: https://deusto.talentclue.com/en/node/39000491/4590/modal

RIVERS – PhD researcher / Investigador/a predoctoral: https://deusto.talentclue.com/en/node/38999978/4590/modal

Fecha fin de recepción de solicitudes: 30 de enero de 2019.

Law and Society 2019 Junior Scholars Workshop Application

law and societyThe Law and Society Association is pleased to accept applications for the 2019 Junior Scholar Workshop. The workshop will begin mid-day on Tuesday, May 28, and continue through the day on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. The workshop immediately precedes the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association in Washington DC.

We invite applications from junior scholars in any field whose scholarly interests involve socio-legal studies. Specifically, we welcome applications from graduate students (including advanced law students), post-doctoral fellows, and assistant professors (or other pre-tenure faculty). The program will consist of panel presentations on professional development topics, breakout sessions to discuss participant’s research in small groups, and informal discussions over shared meals. The goals are to build intellectual community among the emerging next generation of Law and Society scholars, to foster collegial networks between junior scholars, and to promote constructive dialogue among participants and workshop facilitators about junior scholars’ individual research projects. 

Previously, the Junior Scholars Workshop entailed separate Graduate Student Workshop and Early Career Workshop. Recognizing the continuity in challenges and opportunities facing graduate students and early career scholars, as well as the importance of encouraging connections across ranks, this year, we have combined these workshops into one workshop in which a range of junior scholars can learn and discuss together. 

Note that an individual student may only participate in two workshops during his/her graduate career and two workshops during his/her early career. For those not reimbursed by their home institution for airfare and lodging expenses, LSA will offer up to $300 for participants from the US and up to $650 for international participants toward the costs of attending the workshop. Although membership in LSA is not required, members will be given priority. Registration for the annual meeting is required (NB: registration deadline is 2/1 for participants on the meeting program). 

Please complete the submission form by January 15 to be a part of the 2019 Junior Scholar Workshop. The LSA workshops have a competitive application process, and those applicants selected as members of the cohort will be informed prior to February 1, 2019. 

Applications require: 

  • Application form
  • A current curriculum vitae
  • 1-2 page letter describing the applicant’s research interests (including an in-progress paper, chapter, or proposal/prospectus, a draft of which they would like to present at the workshop), current status in the applicant’s career stage (i.e., current stage in graduate school, duration of post-doc, year as faculty), and how attending the Workshop will benefit the applicant.

All supporting documents must be submitted in English and be in .DOC, .RTF, or .PDF format.

More information: https://lawandsocietyassoc.submittable.com/submit/cce6c9f2-8f48-4435-851a-4ff6f0a18597/2019-junior-scholars-workshop-application

Law and Society 2019 Herbert Jacob Book Prize

law and societyEstablished in 1996 as the LSA Book Award, and re-named in memory of Herbert Jacob, past President of LSA, the competition is open to books from all fields of, and approaches to, law and society scholarship—excluding only works of socio-legal history, which are considered for the Hurst Prize.

Herbert Jacob was the founder of the first internet book review in the field, Law and Politics Book Review. He was a creative, energetic scholar who took on a wide variety of questions and issues and a warm human being whose own work has been a major contribution to the field of law and society. The award is intended to recognize new, outstanding work in law and society scholarship.

Textbooks, casebooks, and edited collections are not eligible for the award, but monographs will be considered. Nominations are accepted from all aspects of the field and any country of origin and may include first books of young scholars and books that are capstones of long careers in law and society research and publication. Nominators must be a current LSA member (will be verified). Self nominations are accepted.

The responsibility of ensuring that a work is submitted for the most appropriate book prize rests with the nominator. As a rule of thumb, books that have a significant historical focus should be directed to the Hurst Prize, while other works of socio-legal scholarship should be directed to the Jacob Prize.  A book submitted for both prizes may end up being considered for neither. 

The award carries a cash prize of $500.

Nominations require: 

  • To stress the restriction stated above, books eligible for the Jacob Prize may be from any field of socio-legal scholarship except history; books with a significant historical focus should be submitted instead to the Association’s Hurst Prize.
  • Only one single-authored work by the same author in a given year will be accepted. Two works by the same author will be accepted if one or both works are jointly authored.
  • Books must be published in English, or be English translations of original works.
  • Books submitted must have a publication date during the calendar year prior to the award ceremony.
  • Page proofs may be sent if the book will be published soon with the proper year’s date.
  • A letter of support from the nominator, including a synopsis of the book.
  • Only nominations from an LSA member will be considered. Self-nominations are accepted.
  • Copies of the book are required to be sent directly to the Herbert Jacob Book Prize Committee Members. Addresses will be provided after the nomination is submitted.

All supporting documents must be submitted in English and be in .DOC, .RTF, or .PDF format.

Deadline: January 18, 2019.

More information: https://lawandsocietyassoc.submittable.com/submit/125738/2019-herbert-jacob-book-prize

 

“Hacer Sociología en Córdoba. Entre las aulas y las calles” Entrevista a Adrian Scribano

Esta entrevista forma parte del documental “Hacer Sociología en Córdoba. Entre las aulas y las calles” desarrollado por la Licenciatura en Sociología (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales/Universidad Nacional de Córdoba) sobre la historia de la Sociología en la provincia de Córdoba.

La entrevista puede encontrarse en el siguiente link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDa8nS_z11o

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“Hacer Sociología en Córdoba. Entre las aulas y las calles” Entrevista a Patricia Scarponetti

Esta entrevista forma parte del documental “Hacer Sociología en Córdoba. Entre las aulas y las calles” desarrollado por la Licenciatura en Sociología (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales/Universidad Nacional de Córdoba) sobre la historia de la Sociología en la provincia de Córdoba.

Se puede encontrar en este link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxmcg73kuD0

 

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