III Forum of Sociology
July 10-14 2016
The next 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology is taking place 10-14 July
An overview of all RC25 sessions can be found on the ISA website.
To take part on the conference you must submit you abstract (300 words) through the ISA Online system:
Deadline for abstracts submission: 30 September, 2015
Acceptance, registration, membership and grants:
Acceptance notification letters will be sent to authors by 30 November, 2015.
Authors of accepted abstracts must be registered and be ISA/RC25 members before April 6th 2016.
A limited number of ISA registration grants will be available after abstracts acceptance. See:
Academic discourse. Organizer: Maria Guadalupe González, Universidad Pedagógica, México
Classifications of Otherness. Organzers: Stephanie Cassilde, Centre d'Etudes en Habitat
Discourse in Practice: Microsociology of Social Exclusion and Control. Organizer: Frida Petersson,
Discourses on Risk. Organizers: Emmanuel Henrique Souza Rodrigues. Universidade de Brasília & Viviane de Melo Resende, Universidade de Brasília
Ethnic Minority Mobilization: Intersections of Distribution and Recognition. Organizers: Maria Martinez-Iglesias, Universitat Rovira I Virgili,
Identity, Agency and Representation. Organizers: Attila Krizsán, University of Turku, Finland & Lotta Lehti, University of Turku, Finland.
Language Diversity and Social Cohesion. Organizer: Cecilio Lapresta,
Neutrality in Language Policy. Organizer: Mark Fifer Seilhamer,
Sociological Studies of Language: Theory & Method. Organizers: Celine-Marie Pascale, American University, United States of America & Amado Alarcón, Universitat Rovira I Virgili, Spain
Virtual Workplace Talk. Organizer: Johanna Woydack, Wirtschafts Universität Wienn - Vienna University of Economics and Business,
Language and Childhood Socialization.
Joint Session with RC53 [Sociology of Childhood] and RC25
Organizers: Federico Farini,
Language on Health and Disease.
Joint Session with RC15 [Sociology of Health] and RC25
Organizers: Keiji Fujiyoshi, Otemon Gakuin University, Japan & Miwako Hosoda, Seisa University, Japan
Re-Imagining Gendered & Raced Representations in the Public Sphere.
Joint Session with RC 32 [Women in Society] [Host Committee]. Oganizers: Roberta Villalón, St. Johns University, United States & Natalie Byfield, St. Johns University, United States
RC25 JOINT SESSIONS HOSTED BY OTHER ISA RESEARCH COMMITTEES
The Use of Language and Silences in Coping with Everyday Nationalism, Racism and Sexism.
Joint session with RC05 [Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations] [Host Committee] and RC25.
Organizers: Helma Lutz, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany & Stéphanie Cassilde, Centre d'Etudes en Habitat Durable, Belgium
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