The Philippine Sociological Review welcomes submissions for the Special Issue “Imagined Democracies: Transformations of Power in Philippine Society.” This Special Issue aims to bring together manuscripts that critically examine the ways in which democracy is enacted, embodied, contested and negotiated in contemporary Philippines. The Special Issue welcomes papers drawing from various Continue reading.
Dr Jose Jowel Canuday from Ateneo de Manila University’s Sociology and Anthropology Department will deliver a plenary session entitled “When Inclusion Unsettles and Democracy Disorders: The Intelligibility of Non-Representation in the Bangsamoro and Indigenous Peoples Contrasting Struggles for Self Determination” at the PSS National Conference at the Ateneo de Davao University. Continue reading.
Paper presenters and guests for the PSS National Conference at the Ateneo de Davao University must register today. Registration closes at 11:59 pm tonight. Relevant documents may be downloaded by clicking on the links below. Please contact email@example.com for queries. Registration form (Due 15 September) Welcome pack Conference timetable (tentative) Continue reading.
The draft Book of Abstracts for the 2016 Philippine Sociological Society Annual Conference will be uploaded in our website and emailed to participants on 23 September. The Secretariat requests all participants to review the draft and identify corrections before 28 September. In the meantime, participants are requested to email their registration forms on/before Continue reading.
Participants in the PSS National Conference are invited to join the pre-conference tour on 6 October at Samal Island. To join the tour, please fill out the conference registration form. Only conference participants (paper presenters and registered guests) may join the tour. Assembly time: 6:30 am Pick up point: Ateneo Continue reading.