Newsletter January 2016

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  • 2 February, 2016
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Dear RC 36 members, download the Newsletter clicking on the file bellow ISA RC36 Newsletter 31 January 2016

Call for Papers: Sociologies in Dialogue

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  • 20 November, 2015
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Dear colleagues The Brazilian Sociological Society invites you to read its now available new journal, Sociologies in Dialogue. Aimed at promoting transnational dialogues in the field of social theory and research, Sociologies in Dialogue is published semiannually and offers innovative contributions by leading scholars on cutting-edge empirical and theoretical research addressing social processes.   Sociologies in Dialogue is open to new submissions, which can be made online at: . Please follow the … Continue Reading →

Letter from the president

Dear Colleagues and Friends! The ISA has posted a Call for Sessions on their website ( for the Third ISA Forum of Sociology, which will be held in Vienna, Austria, 10-14 July 2016. All session proposals must be submitted electronically on the ISA website between 2 February 2015 and 15 March 2015, 24:00 GMT. The Forum theme is: THE FUTURES WE WANT: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better … Continue Reading →

Letter of the President of RC36

Dear friends and colleagues! Yet another eventful year is coming to an end and a new and hopefully very successful one for all of us is about to begin. This year we had a wonderful time in Yokohama, where our RC36 presented 12 very interesting and highly appreciated Congress sessions. Our business meeting, where we elected our new 10-member board, was both well attended and inspiring in light of the … Continue Reading →

Our Traditional RC Dinner! This time in Yokohama, Japan

Here we are at the traditional ISA World Congress RC 36 Dinner in Yokohama, Japan.   Good Food and Great Folks! Stay tuned for further plans and updates!    

Nominations for the New Board

Dear members, Here are the nominations we now have for members of the new RC36 board. If you will be not able to attend our business meeting, you are very welcome to either send us your vote for any of the candidates on the list below, or make new nominations. Your letters need to reach the Chairperson of the Nomination and Election Committee – our Secretary Miriam Adelman  (Miriam Adelman … Continue Reading →


Dear members of RC36 Alienation Theory and Research, You can read the last Newsletter on this website on its link ( or download it in a PDF file: NewsletterRC36

Letter of the President

Dear RC36 Members, The most important event in the life of all RCs – the World Congress of Sociology – is fast approaching. The primary focus of all ISA members is now the 2014 Yokohama meeting of the world’s sociological community. Those of you who will be with us in Yokohama will have the opportunity to combine the unique scholarly opportunities which a World Congress offers with the advantages provided … Continue Reading →

RC 36 Sessions in the ISA World Congress – Yokohama

Dear RC36 members, we are pleased to inform you about our schedule in the ISA World Congress in Yokohama, Japan (13-19 July 2014). Our sessions will be: Alienation and Sub-Alterity: Race, Ethnicity, and Struggle, Part I -Session Organizer: Lauren LANGMAN, Loyola University of Chicago, USA Alienation and Sub-Alterity: Race, Ethnicity, and Struggle: Part II Disrespect and Misrecognition -Session Organizer: Michael J. THOMPSON, William Paterson University, USA Global Protest and Alternative … Continue Reading →

Check the list of all accepted presenting authors – RC 36 Yokohama 2014

RC 36 Yokohama 2014   List of All ACCEPTED Presenting Authors   Arizono, Masayo,, Research Committees, Abstract #51980 – Communal Life Practices in a National Sanatorium for Hansen’s Disease Bartolucci, Valentina,, Research Committees, Abstract #65197 – Alienation and Islamophobia: New Inisghts Benski, Tova,, Research Committees, Abstract #42484 – Moblilizing for Dignity: Recognition and Social Movements Berruecos, Luis,, Research Committees, Abstract #32631 – Alienation, Emotions, and Well-Being … Continue Reading →