Congratulations to the successful candidates for this year’s Sociological Review Seminar Series competition:
- Konstanze Spohrer, Rosie Germain, Carly Bagelman for a single seminar event entitled Funds of Knowledge for the 21st century: Towards pedagogical justice in diverse societies, Liverpool Hope University.
- Lakshmi Bose, Rebecca Gordon, Arif Naveed, Sharon Walker for a single seminar event entitled The Visual and Critical Representation in an Age of Impact, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
- Akile Ahmet, Carly Guest, Magali Peyrefitte, for two events entitled Authoring decolonisation: Power and Privilege in the Academy and Enacting Change: working with autobiography, LSE.
The Sociological Review Foundation (SRF) makes available up to £10,000 each year to fund the organisation of scholarly seminars on any subject broadly within the publishing interests of the journal. It particularly supports research seminar series and/or research symposia that bring together established and new researchers to share and produce imaginative cutting-edge work of cultural and social significance. This was a particularly competitive year and our warmest congratulations are extended to all the winners, with our thanks to everyone who submitted.
More details of the seminars will be released later this year.