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Early Career Researchers Day: Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges

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The below event may be of interest to some list members. 

Early Career Researchers Day: Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges 
Monday 18th June 2018, 09.30-17.00
The BALTIC, Gateshead, UK

This pre-conference day is being organised by our early career researchers editorial board. It will have a number of different workshops and panels with a particular focus on precarity for Early Career Researchers (ECR), Postgraduate Researcher Students (PRG) and Master Students, as well as for others employees working in universities. Wider issues of such as restructuring of higher education and decolonising the curriculum will be explored. There will also be a number of small practical workshops covering topics such as: action research, writings, publishing, photo elicitation, applying for academic jobs.
Confirmed Speakers and Workshop Facilitators Include:

•	Camille Barbagallo (University of Kent, Sociological Review Fellow of 2017)
•	Michaela Benson (Goldsmiths)
•	Mark Carrigan (Sociological Review Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Cambridge)
•	Adam Elliott-Cooper (Kings College London)
•	Tom Dark (Senior Commissioning Editor, Social Sciences, Manchester University Press)
•	Sol Gamsu (University of Bath)
•	Jo Grady (University of Sheffield)
•	Rosemary Hancock (University of Notre Dame, Australia)
•	Nicola Harding (leeds Trinity University)
•	Alexis Hieu Truong (University of Ottawa, Canada)
•	Deana Jovanović (Keele University, Sociological Review Fellow of 2018)
•	Chantelle Lewis (Goldsmiths, University of London)
•	Ewan Mackenzie (Newcastle University)
•	Ruth Pearce (University of Leeds)
•	Meritxell Ramírez-i-Ollé (Sociological Review Fellow of 2017, Spain)
•	Nicola River (University of Gloucestershire)
•	Remi Joseph-Salisbury (Leeds Beckett University)
•	Jack Saunders (University of Warwick)
•	Patricia Thomson (University of Nottingham)
•	Audrey Verma (Newcastle University)
•	David Webster (University of Gloucestershire)
•	Emilie Whitaker (University of Salford)

We are very much looking forward hosting this special ECR focused day.

Registration £10.00
 
Register Here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1fK_fQJ2UKnFLk2h9TyoVjmbVbv6YAuFuLhwggJB1fIw/edit) 
For enquires about this conference please contact Events Manager Jenny Thatcher: [log in to unmask] 
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Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges
Tuesday 19th June, 2018 - Thursday 21st June, 2018
BALTIC, Gateshead, UK

Undisciplining challenges the presumed mainstream of sociological thought, its geographical assumptions and disciplinary hierarchies. Our manifesto argues that, ‘to renew the critical and creative appeal of sociology, we need to be responsive to what can be opened up, conceptually as much as practically … about what could be thought differently, and how that creates more possibilities for what could and should be done next, both in the academy and outside of it’.
This event signals our renewed commitment to providing a platform for these interventions and to making the sociological matter. It builds on The Sociological Review’s rich history and future ambitions to bring the conversations at the edges into the centre, to unsettle comfortable and convenient understandings of the social world, and to recognise that the potential of sociological thought and understanding exists through debates that extend beyond disciplines and the university. This is reflected in our selection of venue and plans for the format of the conference.
We will have a wide range of keynotes, plenaries, participatory workshops, sociological walks and film showings.
View timetable here: https://undisciplining.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/timetable.pdf

In advance of our biggest ever conference in June, we got together to discuss the event and what we're hoping to achieve. Our Digital Engagement Fellow Mark Carrigan talks to Digital Editor Emma Jackson and Managing Editor Michaela Benson about the highlights of the programme, the ethos of the conference and where we might go from here: https://buff.ly/2JeJ04Y  

Registration Fee:
Standard registration fee: £100  
Concessionary registration fee: £50 

Register here: (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSekPYvqPvTeWrNAe2xw9AX2wrZMojZYUa3zIV9ArSdE9uqtpw/viewform) 

For enquires about this conference please contact Events Manager Jenny Thatcher: [log in to unmask] 

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