Special edition of the Journal of Sociology 2019 on inequalities in the gig economy era: gender and generation challenges edited by Brendan Churchill, Signe Ravn and Lyn Craig, University of Melbourne. The special edition will focus on the intersecting implications for gender and generational inequalities in the ‘gig economy’ era, a term which we use to describe the contemporary labour market characterised by precarious employment and new (digital) forms of job seeking and entrepreneurship that expose workers to greater financial risks, social insecurities and inequalities. It will also consider the gendered dimensions of educational participation outcomes in the light of these changed labour market conditions. Deadline for submission of a 300-word abstract for consideration: 8 April 2018. More details: http://arts.unimelb.edu.au/e/gig-economy
The 12th semi-annual Gender, Science, and Organizations Workgroup will take place from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on Thursday, February 9th 2017 – the day of the opening evening reception for the Sociologists for Women in Society winter meetings in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The workgroup is targeted at sociologists who are already doing research on studies of gender & academic careers, scientific workplace organizations, organizational transformations to promote gender equality, etc. We are a growing, loosely organized group of sociologists who focus on science as a workplace and many workshop participants work on NSF-funded ADVANCE research projects.
The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University seeks to hire a research associate with expertise in race/ethnicity and organizational behavior to contribute to the Institute’s research agenda on advancing women’s leadership and creating inclusive organizations. This is a two year fixed term position after which time there may be an opportunity to extend the position.
The 11th semi-annual Gender, Science, and Organizations Writing Workshop will take place from 8:30 am to 5 pm on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 at the Sociologist for Women in Society winter meeting in Memphis, Tennessee.
A reminder that the call for papers for the Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium ends November 15th. Details regarding this conference can be found below.
Call for Papers:
The Krannert School of Management and the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University invite all interested scholars to submit papers for the Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium. The submission deadline is November 15, 2015 and the conference will be held at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University on March 28-30, 2016.
The Associate Director (AD) leads the Institute’s strategic focus, operations, and academic and community relations. The AD manages the Institute team and reports to the Executive Director as a member of the Executive Committee that includes members from the Institute and the Center. The AD works with the Faculty Director to set the annual thematic focus and guide the research agenda.
Interested candidates please submit your application at jobs.stanford.edu. Job # 68110.
Section members may be interested in the announcement of the Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium, hosted by the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University on March 28-30, 2016.
This is the Inaugural Leader Excellence Research Symposium organized by the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence and the Krannert School of Management, among other partners.
The purpose of this symposium is to highlight cutting edge research and evidence-based practice regarding the creation and sustainment of
work–especially within the context of organizational, managerial, and occupational environments–that supports gender equality, leader excellence
and career success in organizations. More details regarding this interdisciplinary symposium can be found at:
On the link above, you will find a call for abstracts, for which the deadline is November 15th, 2015 (though earlier submissions are encouraged,
as space will be limited). Students and faculty from organizational behavior and theory, sociology, human resource management, psychology, economics, industrial relations, science, engineering, technology, strategy, education, political science, women’s studies, public health, communications, and all other disciplines which share a common research interest in gender and the workplace are invited to submit an abstract for consideration. Instructions for abstract submission can be found in the symposium link above.
Call for Papers: Gender and Work
2016 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers
March 17-21, 2016
Gender plays a profound role in the way in which we all experience everyday life. Work, a major facet of society, is deeply affected by gender. While the wage gap between men and women has decreased over the past several decades, it persists nonetheless. This session is looking for research that examine gender disparities in both unpaid and paid work and how these disparities affect everyone’s lives (regardless of gender) and society at large. Papers that focus on uncovering issues such as wage gap, traditional gender roles, and gendered jobs are encouraged. Please submit abstracts (not longer than 250 words) to Deniz Yucel (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline for abstract submission: October 25, 2015.