Fwd: RC25 Language & Society - Call for Abstracts

Alon Lischinsky alon at lischinsky.net
Tue Jun 4 13:16:33 UTC 2013

(with apologies for cross-posting)

The RC25's call for abstracts for the ISA XVIII World Congress of
Sociology in Yokohama, Japan, July 13-19 2014, is open.
Please, circulate this call for papers through all of your
professional networks.

RC25 Program Theme: The Language of Inequality.

Full description of the sessions here:

Abstracts are limited to 300 words. While RC 25 supports a wide
variety of scholarship, please keep in mind that papers must look at
language in interaction and in systems of representation. Please
identify the theoretical/methodological approach that you will use in
your papers.

Guidelines for the submission process can be found at:

Link for abstracts submission: https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/wc2014/cfp.cgi

Deadline:  September 30, 2013

List of RC25 Sessions & Session Organizers:

- Migrations and Conditions of Belonging. Organizer: Erzsébet Barát,
University of Szeged,   zsazsa at lit.u-szeged.hu
- Online interaction: The changing meanings of social context.
Organizer: Anders Persson, Lund University, anders.persson at soc.lu.se
- Popular & Sociological Discourses on Inequality. Organizer: Frédéric
Moulène. University of Strasbourg,  frederic.moulene at voila.fr.
- Identity and institutional categorization.  Organizer: Frida
Petersson, University of Gothenburg, frida.petersson at socwork.gu.se
- Activism, Media and Justice. Co-organized by Roberta Villalon, St.
John’s University, villalor at stjohns.edu  and Natalie Byfield, St.
John’s University,  byfieldn at stjohns.edu
- Old and new conditions of language endangerment. Organizer: Olga
Kazakevich, Lomonosov Moscow State University,
kazakevich.olga at gmail.com
- Producing Counter-Hegemonic Knowledge. Organizer: Nadezhda
Georgieva-Stankova, Trakia University,  nadyageorgieva at abv.bg
- The Language of Borders: Exclusion and Resistance. Organizer:
Trinidad Valle, Fordham University, valle at fordham.edu
- Privilege and Stigma. Organizer: Thomas Horejes, Gallaudet
University, Thomas.Horejes at gallaudet.edu
- Markets, Power and Language. Organizer: Laura García Landa.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,  garlanster at gmail.com
- Current debates in Japanese Scholarship on Language & Society.
Co-organized by: Amado Alacón , Rovira & Virgili University,
amado.alarcon at urv.cat, and Keiji Fujiyoshi, Koyasan University,
fjosh524 at hotmail.com
- Sociological Analyses of Language. Organizer: Celine-Marie Pascale,
American University, USA, pascal at amercian.edu
- Language and Work: Representations of Psychosocial Health at Work
Joint Session: RC 25 and RC 30 Sociology of Work. Co-Organizers:
Stéphanie Cassilde, Centre d’Études en Habitat Durable,
stephanie.cassilde at cehd.be,  Adeline Gilson, Laboratoire d’Économie et
de Sociologie du Travail, adeline.gilson at univ-amu.fr
- Naming Marriage as Gendered. Joint Round table session: RC32 Women
in Society and RC25. Co-Organizers: Shobha Gurung,  Southern Utah
University, gurung at suu.edu, and Melanie Heath, McMaster University,
mheath at mcmaster.ca

Looking forward to seeing everyone next year!

Amado Alarcón (Rovira & Virgili University) and Celine-Marie Pascale
(American University), RC25 Program Coordinators
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