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Intersectionality in the Archive: Power Structures, ‘Absences’ and Partiality in Archival Research

By Hannah Martin The first week in April 2019 saw over 9,000 geographers and social scientists arrive in Washington D.C. for the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG). Due to the generous support of the Sociological Review Foundation, I was able to attend and present a paper at this internationally renowned conference. […]

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Sorry To Interrupt. It’s My Job

By Teresa Perez It’s been nearly eight weeks since I returned from The Sociological Review’s writing retreat. Facilitated by Rowena Murray on her home turf in Scotland, there are four phrases that have endured. I can’t prove causality but when I hear these phrases in my head, they always have a Scottish accent. In 1000 […]

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Challenging ‘Crime’ and ‘Crime Control’ in Contemporary Europe

By Ana Ballesteros Pena The last 13-16 September 2017, thanks to the support provided by the Sociological Review to Early Career Researchers, I had the opportunity to attend the 17th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology in Cardiff, UK Challenging ‘Crime’ and ‘Crime Control’ in Contemporary Europe. On arrival, I met a colleague who […]

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Launching Our Kick Start Grants Scheme

Originally postd 20th January 2018 As part of its support for early career researchers, The Sociological Review Foundation has allocated an annual budget of £30,000 for ‘kick start’ grants. The scheme is designed to support individuals or small teams of early career researchers pursuing field-based sociological research. We support discrete research projects and/or ‘pump-priming’ activities […]

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The Moral Rhetoric of a Civilized Society

By Susanna Menis This year the annual Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference was organised by the University of Bristol Law School. I was able to attend thanks to the support that the Sociological Review Foundation offers to Early Career Researchers.  The main venue was the breath taking neo-gothic Will Memorial Building. The conference involved a tour […]

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Political Indignation, Protest and Privilege in Brazil

By Andreza Aruska de Souza Santos In the spring of 2017 I had the opportunity to organize a panel in the 1st Congress for the Association of Brazilianists in Europe (ABRE), which took place at the University of Leiden. Brazilian Studies’ conferences are not new and perhaps BRASA is the most known example. Brazilian studies […]

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The Winners of Our First Kick Start Grants Competition

Originally posted 24th July 2018 We’re delighted to announce the winners of our first Kick Start Grants competition. The scheme is designed to support individuals or small teams of early career researchers pursuing field-based sociological research. We’ll hear more about these projects as the year progresses but for now we’re pleased to introduce our first […]

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Strictly Come Writing: The Sociological Review’s Early Career Researchers’ Writing Retreat 2019

Since 2016 The Sociological Review Foundation have been organising an early career researcher writing retreat. This year’s retreat will be 24th to 26th July at Gladstone’s Library, Wales.

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Mark Twain was wrong: land is still being made

In 2014 we ran our conference funding for Early Career Researchers scheme for the first time. In this series of posts, some of the winners report from the conferences they attended with our support.  By Tim Braunholtz-Speight Mark Twain was wrong: land is still being made. As Kristina Svels of Abo Akademi University told us, […]

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The Association for the Study of Nationalities World Convention

In 2014 we ran our conference funding for Early Career Researchers scheme for the first time. In this series of posts, some of the winners report from the conferences they attended with our support.  By Marie-Eve Hamel The Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) hosted its 20th Annual Convention in New York this April, […]

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The 3rd Postgraduate Research Student Conference at Staffordshire University: Conference Reflections

In 2014 we ran our conference funding for Early Career Researchers scheme for the first time. In this series of posts, some of the winners report from the conferences they attended with our support.  By Fouzia Choudry I attended the 3rd Postgraduate Research Student Conference at Staffordshire University on Monday 13th July 2015 and presented […]

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Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression? Conference Reflections

In 2014 we ran our conference funding for Early Career Researchers scheme for the first time. In this series of posts, some of the winners report from the conferences they attended with our support.  By Harriet Gray The sun was shining in Glasgow for the British Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, which engaged with the theme […]

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Fiction futures and the global grip of neoliberalism: conference reflections

In 2014 we ran our conference funding for Early Career Researchers scheme for the first time. In this series of posts, some of the winners report from the conferences they attended with our support.  By Emilie Whitaker I was very fortunate to receive funding from the Sociological Review to attend the International Conference in Interpretive […]

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