Month: April 2021

Watch the Webinar: The State of Trans Studies in the 2020s

With the 2021 publication of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Trans Studies, a timely question is, what is the state of trans studies now and in the future? In this archived webinar, a panel of leading scholars in the field — all contributors to the encyclopedia — discuss this topic.

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Quick Tips on Being an Ethical Co-Writer

Co-authorship is now for many social science disciplines the default mode of academic authorship. Reflecting on this, Helen Kara provides insights and advice for authors looking to co-write and co-publish in an ethical way.

8 months ago
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Rich Milner Voted AERA President-Elect

H. Richard Milner IV of Vanderbilt University, whose study of urban education and teacher education has focused on issues of equity and justice, has been voted president-elect of the American Educational Research Association

8 months ago
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Jim Scott on Resistance

When Jim Scott mentions ‘resistance,’ this recovering political scientist isn’t usually talking about grand symbolic statements or large-scale synchronized actions by thousands or more battling an oppressive state. He’s often referring to daily actions by average people, often not acting in concert and perhaps not even seeing themselves as ‘resisting’ at all.

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