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Special Congratulations !!!
To Union Students and Faculty
For the eighteenth installment of our residency conference series, we invite proposals for individual or group presentations that critically and/or creatively grapple with questions related to the broad theme of “perspectives.” The following list of potential topics is suggestive rather than exclusive:
- New Perspectives on Leadership
- Social and Global Perspectives
- Standpoint Theory UI&U l Call for Papers l January 2017 3
- Re-envisioning Education
- Standpoint Theory and Social Movements
- Radical Perspectives
- Standpoint Theory and Public Policy Impacts
- The Art of Shifting Perspectives
- Challenging Points of View
- Engaging Multiple Perspectives on Social Justice
- Reframing Debates Through the Humanities
*Invitation and Submissions Guidelines can be found at:
Alumnus Dr. Eric Bates (Ph.D. 2014) has been awarded the prestigious and highly competitive Part Time Faculty Excellence in Instruction Award for 2016 at Northern Kentucky University, where he teaches in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy. As award recipient, Dr. Bates will receive a Certificate presented in person by NKU President Dr. Geoffrey S. Mearns as well as his choice of a cash award or professional development credit of $1500. Congratulations, Eric!
The Interdisciplinary Studies Field major at UC Berkeley invites applications for a pool of temporary instructors for 2016-2017:
This search is independent of the Instructor position which closed April 11th. To be considered in the pool (33%-100% time), applicants to the earlier search must reapply to the pool.
Professor of History
Director, Interdisciplinary Studies Field
Division of Undergraduate Studies
259 Evans Hall
(510) 664 4315
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Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit: Call for Proposals
The Sexual Freedom Summit features human rights activits, sexuality educators and researchers, professionals from the legal and medical fields, authors, sexual freedom movement leaders and organizational partners all working toward the time when sexual freedom is fully recognized as a fundamental human right
Deadline: February 1, 2016
For more info: https://www.sexualfreedomsummit.org/workshop-proposals/