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Yi-Fu Tuan, 1930-2022: The Father of Humanistic Geography
Career
December 14, 2022

Yi-Fu Tuan, 1930-2022: The Father of Humanistic Geography

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Webinar Discusses Promoting Your Article
News
November 3, 2022

Webinar Discusses Promoting Your Article

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Bruno Latour, 1947-2022: France’s Least Understood Philosopher
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October 17, 2022

Bruno Latour, 1947-2022: France’s Least Understood Philosopher

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New Initiative Takes Aim at Sexual Misconduct During Scientific Fieldwork
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October 13, 2022

New Initiative Takes Aim at Sexual Misconduct During Scientific Fieldwork

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Webinar Examines Open Access and Author Rights

Webinar Examines Open Access and Author Rights

The next in SAGE Publishing’s How to Get Published webinar series honors International Open Access Week (October 24-30). The free webinar is […]

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What Can This Year’s Nobel Prize Winners in Economics Teach Us About Crises?

What Can This Year’s Nobel Prize Winners in Economics Teach Us About Crises?

This year’s Nobel prize in economics has gone to Douglas Diamond, Philip Dybvig and former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke for their work on banks and how they relate to financial crises. “The laureates’ insights,” said Tore Ellingsen, chair of the Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences, “have improved our ability to avoid both serious crises and expensive bailouts.”

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An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

As academic conferences and events re-emerge after a period of COVID-19 induced absence, Mark Carrigan, takes stock of the new post-pandemic world of academic meetings and provides four strategies for how academics can productively navigate and build networks in a world of hybrid interactions.

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How African Ubuntu Might Help Decolonize Research

How African Ubuntu Might Help Decolonize Research

The author and her colleagues identified four practical ways that a complementary use of ubuntu can positively shape how research is done.

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Arati Prabhakar Named as Lead of White House’s OSTP

Arati Prabhakar Named as Lead of White House’s OSTP

Engineer Arati Prabhakar was confirmed by the Senate to lead to White House’s Office of Science and Technology (OSTP) on September 20.

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Feeling Saved by Feedback? Six Strategies That Help Academics to Cope

Feeling Saved by Feedback? Six Strategies That Help Academics to Cope

Six coping strategies drawn from positive psychology can help us cope with the sting of negative feedback.

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Webinar Takes a Deep Dive into Peer Review

Webinar Takes a Deep Dive into Peer Review

In honor of Peer Review Week (September 19-23), the next in SAGE Publishing’s series of ‘how to get published’ webinars will shed […]

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‘Organization Studies’ Seeks to Award Impactful Student Papers

‘Organization Studies’ Seeks to Award Impactful Student Papers

The Organization Studies and SAGE Student Paper Impact Award is awarded annually to reward post-graduate students who have written a paper that has generated considerable societal impact.

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