Researchers may access back issues of the Philippine Sociological Review from JStor. Issues are made available in this platform a year after the release in print. The 2014 issues (Volume 61 and the Special Issue on the Sociology of Religion) are now available online. To access the articles, visit: http://www.jstor.org/journal/philisocirevi JStor has Continue reading.
The Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) Foundation invites scholars from Southeast Asia to participate in the research project leading to a publication on “Placemaking in Southeast Asia”. For details, please see the download the call for papers here. Deadline of submission of concept notes: 15 July 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org For Continue reading.
Last 18 May, UP Diliman’s Sociosphere hosted the forum “Socio Track: Opportunities and Sociology.” Yvan Ysmael Yohana from UP Los Baños was one of the speakers. We are reposting his speech here. It was around 9 years ago when I sat down our family table to fill out that UPCAT form. I Continue reading.
Call for Papers: Australian Sociological Association’s Annual Conference on Cities and Successful Societies
The Australian Sociological Association’s (TASA) invites members of the Philippine Sociological Society to submit a paper for their annual conference with the theme “Cities and Successful Societies.” The conference will be on November 28 – December 1, 2016 Melbourne, Australia. This year’s conference will explore the theme ‘Cities and Successful Societies’. Despite Continue reading.
Limited slots are available for observers in #KabataanNgayon: A Workshop on Youth and Social Change. The workshop will run on 19-20 May 2016 at the Thomas Aquinas Research Complex, University of Santo Tomas. Interested parties may email email@example.com. Registration is a must. This event is a two-day intensive workshop that aims Continue reading.