Deadline to Register for LSA – Feb 8th

Don’t forget to register for the 2019 Law and Society Association’s annual meeting, the final deadline of which is February, 8th (this Friday) at 11:59pm EST.

ALL participants must register, using this link, in order to remain on the program. According to the LSA website: REGISTRATION FOR MEETING PRESENTERS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 8th 11:59 EST. THERE ARE NO FURTHER EXTENSIONS, NO EXCEPTIONS. If you are unable to attend, a 50% refund can be granted until April 1st.

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Nominations for 2019 LSA Awards

The deadline for the Law and Society Association’s 2019 awards is approaching! Consider nominating a colleague or student for one of the awards:

The deadline is February 1, 2019. The link for submissions is available through the LSA website.

2019 Law and Society Assocation Call for Abstracts – DEADLINE EXTENDED

washingtondc2019logoThe next annual meeting of the Law and Society Association (LSA) is set to take place in Washington, DC on May 30 – June 2, 2019. The theme is Dignity.

The deadline for proposal submission has been extended to November 14, 2018. Registration will begin in January 2019. The full call for participation is available on the LSA website. To ensure your panel is affiliated with the CRN on Ethnography, Law and Society, please indicate CRN 3 when completing the submission process.

As a participant, you are limited to “one participation as a Paper Presenter, Roundtable Participant, Author, or Salon Presenter” but can serve as a Chair and/or Discussant for unlimited panels. For this reason, if you plan to attend the meeting as a paper presenter, we may ask you to volunteer to serve as a Panel Organizer or Discussant if you have interests that overlap with another session.

For participants who need help placing their paper on a panel, stay tuned! The CRN will announce a separate process soon.

If you have any questions, please contact the Ethnography, Law & Society Co-Chairs, Allison Fish and Kate Henne.

15th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Resistance

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA
15-18 May 2018

The 2019 congress is committed to a politics of active and passive resistance, to non-violence, to bearing witness to injustice, to refusing to take no as an answer, refusing to be silenced, refusing to accept assaults on critical, interpretive inquiry, refusing to abandon the goal of social justice for all. It is committed to confronting structures of repression which keep people in marginalized states by repressing critical consciousness. The truth cannot be repressed. Justice will prevail. We call for a politics of hope, acts of activism, discourses of resistance which imagine the impossible.

We are global citizens trapped in a world we did not create, nor want any part of. Our public institutions are under assault. Academics and pacifists critical of the public order are branded as traitors. The 2019 Congress offers scholars the opportunity to foreground, interrogate, imagine and engage new ways of a politics of resistance and critical qualitative inquiry in these troubling times. Sessions will take up such topics as: research as resistance, redefinitions of the public university, neoliberal accountabil­ity metrics, attacks on freedom of speech, threats to shared governance, the politics of advocacy, value-free inquiry, partisanship, the politics of evidence, public policy dis­course, indigenous research ethics, decolonizing inquiry.

Scholars come to the Congress to resist, to celebrate community, to experiment with traditional and new methodologies, with new technologies of representation. Together we seek to develop guidelines and exemplars concerning advocacy, inquiry and social justice concerns. We share a commitment to change the world, to engage in ethical work that makes a positive difference. As critical scholars our task is to bring the past and the future into the present, allowing us to engage realistic utopian pedagogies of hope.

Scholars from around the world have accepted the challenge to gather together in common purpose to collectively imagine creative and critical responses to a global community in crisis. The Fifteenth International Congress offers us an opportunity to experiment, take risks, explore new presentational forms, share experiences, problems and hopes concerning the conduct of critical qualitative inquiry in this time of global uncertainty.

More information available on the ICQI website.

Submission Deadline: December 1 2018

JOB: Urban Ethnography at Concordia University

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University would like to invite applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Urban Ethnography. The position requires a strong research dossier in this area and the ability to teach at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. In an effort to build the department’s profile in experimental methodologies, we seek a researcher with a strong background in ethnographic methods, and an interest in interdisciplinary innovation. While this position is open to all geographical areas, we are particularly interested in the study of cities in Asia, the Middle-East or the Global South. Knowledge of the French language is an asset. A PhD in Anthropology or a related discipline will be required at the time of appointment.

Ours is a dual department encompassing research and teaching in both Sociology and Anthropology at all levels of the university curriculum. It builds on a rich and creative tradition to address pressing contemporary social problems in a variety of cultural contexts relating to the personal, the local, and the global. The diverse variety of student and faculty interests and backgrounds makes working in our department a unique and rewarding experience.

Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications, statement of teaching philosophy/interests, a statement of research achievements, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Candidates must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the departmental contact.

Dr. Danielle Gauvreau, Chair & Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3G 1M8
chair.socanth.fas@concordia.ca
www.concordia.ca/artsci/sociology-anthropology.html

Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position, normally at the rank of Assistant Professor, for August 1, 2019. All applications should reach the department no later than Friday, November 2, 2018. All inquiries about the position should be directed to Dr. Danielle Gauvreau (chair.socanth.fas@concordia.ca).

Employment equityConcordia University is strongly committed to employment equity within its community, and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff. The University encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including women, members of visible minorities, Indigenous persons, members of sexual minorities, persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to diversification; candidates are invited to self-identify in their applications.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian and Permanent Residents will be given priority. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the University is obliged to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens. While applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship, all applications must include one of the following statements: 

Yes, I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
or
No, I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

JOB: Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northern Arizona University

We are seeking applicants for a full-time, nine month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the Flagstaff mountain campus.  The teaching load will be 3/2 courses a year, with an expectation to participate in learner-centered pedagogy and teaching that both supports the core curriculum of the department and integrates the unique research interests of the individual.  An active research agenda is expected, and while the department is seeking someone with expertise in the areas of transnational crime and global justice, indigenous justice and/or expertise in community-based research, the specific research focus is somewhat open. All applications and specializations will be considered that provide both depth and breadth to existing department areas. Those with expertise and active research agendas in transnational crime and global justice, indigenous justice, and community-based research are encouraged to apply. Active participation in service to the department, college, university, and to the discipline is also expected.

The department prefers candidates whose application portfolios include the following:

  • Evidence of an active research agenda preferably with a track record of publications and demonstrated ability to develop successful grant applications.
  • Evidence of a commitment to social justice in both teaching and research.
  • Evidence or willingness to contribute teaching courses in the department’s core curriculum.
  • Ability to add content to our graduate program via courses that involve the individual’s research interest and match curricular needs.
  • Evidence of effective classroom teaching, innovative approaches to instruction and curriculum design, and effective support for student success.
  • Evidence of community engagement research in underrepresented communities.
  • Evidence of ability to work effectively in a diverse university community.

To apply for this position, please click on the “Apply” button at the end of the job description if viewing this position through the NAU HR website. Otherwise, to view the original post and to apply, proceed to nau.jobs, follow the ‘Faculty and Administrator Openings’ links, locate vacancy 603918, and then “Apply” at the bottom of the page.

Application must include an attachment that contains: (1) a cover letter highlighting your particular qualifications for this position; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) unoffical transcripts of all college-level work and graduate degrees; (4) a teaching portfolio, should include the following: statement of teaching philosophy, sample syllabi and course/student evaluations; and (5) names and contact information for three references.  Save all items, in the order stated, as a single PDF or Word document.

If you have problems submitting application attachments in the form of a Word or PDF document please contact the department for assistance.

If you need assistance completing your application there are instructions available online at http://hr.nau.edu or in person in the Human Resources Department located in Building 91 on the NAU Campus – on the corner of Beaver and DuPont Streets.

If you are an individual with a disability and need reasonable accommodation to participate in the hiring process please contact the Office of Equity and Access at: 928-523-3312/TDD – 928-523-1006 or PO Box 4083, Flagstaff AZ 86011.

JOB: Criminology, Law & Society at University of Toronto – Mississauga

The Department of Sociology at University of Toronto Mississauga within the University of Toronto invites applications for one (1) full-time tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the areas of Criminology and Law & Society. The appointment will begin July 1, 2019.

The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. in Sociology, Criminology, Law & Society or a closely related field by the date of the appointment or shortly thereafter. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct innovative, independent, impactful research and to establish an outstanding, externally funded research program with a primary focus on criminology and law & society. The successful candidate will also contribute to developing and implementing innovative teaching programs for our highly diverse student body.

Candidates must have a record of excellence in research as demonstrated by publications in top ranked and field relevant academic journals or a publication pipeline that is at high international levels, presentations at significant conferences, awards and accolades, a demonstrated capacity to attract external research funding, and strong endorsements by referees of high international standing. Evidence of excellence in teaching will be demonstrated through teaching accomplishments, letters of reference and the teaching dossier, including a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching evaluations, and sample course materials, submitted as part of the application. The successful candidate must demonstrate that they have a proven record of activities that contribute to equity and diversity with respect to indigeneity, gender, sexuality, (dis)ability, race, and ethnicity among others, addressing this in their letter of application.

The successful candidate will teach in the undergraduate program at the University of Toronto Mississauga, contributing primarily to our Criminology, Law & Society program. They will also be a member of the Graduate Department of Sociology, University of Toronto and will teach and supervise students in the tri-campus graduate program housed at the St. George (downtown) campus. Additional information on the Department can be obtained at www.utm.utoronto.ca/sociology (for undergraduate studies), and www.sociology.utoronto.ca (for graduate studies).

The successful candidate will join a vibrant intellectual community of world-class scholars at Canada’s leading university. The University of Toronto offers a wide range of opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary research and teaching, the excitement of working with a highly diverse student population and actively encourages innovative scholarship, including, for example, community-based research and activities that contribute to wider knowledge transfer. The Greater Toronto Area offers amazing cultural and demographic diversity and one of the highest standards of living in the world.

Salary is commensurate with qualification and experience.

To be considered for this position, all application materials must be submitted by clicking the link below. Applicants should include 1) a letter of application describing their research agenda and contributions to equity and diversity, 2) a curriculum vitae, and 3) a teaching dossier (including a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching evaluations, and sample course materials). They should also request three (3) confidential signed letters of reference on letterhead to be sent directly to Ms. Diana Becevello, socadmin.utm@utoronto.ca. All application materials should be received by October 9, 2018, 11:59PM EST.

Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. Please submit attachments in PDF format only and label each file accordingly as cover letter, CV, or teaching dossier. We recommend combining documents into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format.

If you have questions about this position, please contact Ms. Diana Becevello, socadmin.utm@utoronto.ca.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons/persons of colour, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.