Workshop: Central and eastern European employment relations, University of Greenwich, UK

Please note the upcoming workshop on Central and eastern European employment relations in perspective: history, geography and variegation, which will take place on the 30th January 2015 at University of Greenwich.  The workshop is organized by the Work and Employment Research Unit of the University of Greenwich and  International Employment Relations Association (Europe). It aims to provide transdisciplinary and critical perspectives on political and socio-economic restructuring that has characterised post-socialist central and eastern European (CEE) countries in order to discuss changed and transnationalised employment relations, re-valuation and (self)disciplining of subjectivities, resistance and variegated forms of capitalisms that characterise contemporary CEE region and its relations with the West.

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Two conference call for papers

1) Transformative Possibilities in the Global South

The 4th annual conference of the Sociology of Development Section
March 13-15, 2015
Brown University, Providence, RI

2) Sub-theme 44: Marxist Organization Studies: Structures, Systems and Power
European Group for Organizational Studies
31st Colloquium
July 2–4, 2015
Athens, Greece

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Job: University of Texas at El Paso, Sociology and Anthropology, Assistant Prof

The University of Texas at El Paso, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Assistant Professor

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Texas at El Paso is seeking an Assistant Professor of Sociology with research specializations in education, work/occupations, sociology of science, or medicine, with a focus on social inequalities. We seek a scholar with an interest in underrepresented minorities and women in higher education, the training and retention of health scientists and professionals, academic research careers, or professional and workplace diversity issues. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers undergraduate majors and minors in Sociology and Anthropology and a MA degree in Sociology.

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Job: Penn State, School of Labor and Employment Relations, Assistant/Associate Prof

Assistant/Associate Professor of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State, School of Labor and Employment Relations, University Park, PA

The School of Labor and Employment Relations at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a tenure track or tenured faculty appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank to begin August 2015. The School seeks candidates with research and teaching interests and expertise in international/comparative labor and employment relations or labor and employment law. Applicants should possess a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline. Candidates for the Assistant Professor rank must have completed all of their requirements for a Ph.D. by the appointment date and possess significant research potential; candidates for the Associate Professor rank must have a strong research record. External funding potential will also be considered.

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New editors of Social Psychology Quarterly

Dear Section Members,

We are writing because we have learned that a significant number of members in this section also are members of the social psychology section. Effective August 1, 2014, we became the new coeditors of Social Psychology Quarterly. In an effort to expand the breadth of the journal, we are reaching out to you to encourage you to consider submitting your work to SPQ. We would like to attract more contributions to the journal from a broad base of researchers who use social psychological approaches. We think that for many in this section, this would include your work.

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The Economic Sociology and Political Economy online academic community

Dear Colleague,

With the beginning of the new academic year, I would like to kindly draw your attention to the Economic Sociology and Political Economy online academic community.

The ES/PE community’s goal is to disseminate the insights of socio-political research of the economy to the public and academics; and to serve as a platform on which our members (already more than 23,000 researchers, students, practitioners and activists from 90 countries) share relevant information, exchange ideas and create collaborations (generating about 50,000 monthly website visits)

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Job announcement: SUNY-Brockport Sociology, tenure track assistant prof

The Department of Sociology at the College at Brockport, State University of New York invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position beginning fall 2015.  We seek an active scholar with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching excellence. Ph.D. in Sociology is required, with primary teaching and research interests in globalization and/or immigration. ABDs may be considered, but those hired ABD must earn their doctoral degree within six months of being hired.  The successful candidate must be able to teach sociological theory. Secondary interests should ideally be in one or more of the following areas: work and organizations or politics and social change. Scholarship, professional development, student advising and mentoring, departmental  and college service, and an ability to teach a diverse student population are expected.  Financial support for research and scholarship is available. For further details on the position and to apply, see the college’s official employment website:  For best consideration, applications should be received by October 20, 2014.  Brockport is a medium sized college located 20 minutes from Rochester, a vibrant intellectual and cultural center, situated between the scenic Finger Lakes region and Lake Ontario.  For more information about the department and the College, go to  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply (AA/EOE).