The new website of Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty in online!
a new and updated website of Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty
Here you will find news and links to our academic activities all over the world, online archives and resources. A blog section is open to discuss and share about the following topics:
- Decolonizing Risk Sociology (Maria Grazia Galantino, Jens Zinn)
- Intersectionality (Anna Olofsson/Susanna Öhman/Katarina Giritli-Nygren)
- Metropolis (Fabio D’Andrea)
- Environment and Risk (Ignacio Rubio Carriquiriborde)
- Body, Emotions and Risk (Fabio D’Andrea/Jens Zinn)
- Risk and the Media (Brenda Focás)
- Risk and Health (Bert de Graaff)
- and more…
Please feel free to contact the blog coordinators above or the editorial staff (email@example.com) if you wish to write a post or contribute in other forms (photos,videos, interviews, etc.).
Our special thanks to Fabio D'Andrea and his team at the University of Perugia for implementing and maintaining the website. It is still a work in progress so expect more changes soon.
We count on your inputs and contributions to render our website an informative and useful resource for all those interested in risk and uncertainty research.
Maria Grazia (ESA RN22) & Jens (ISA TG04)
|Call for papers
A call for a special issue of Journal of Risk Research (JRR) on Intersectional Analysis of risk, edited by Katarina Giritli Nygren, Anna Olofsson and Susanna Öhman, will open soon.
The call invites insights and viewpoints from scholars regarding intersectional analyses of risks associated with inequality on an individual, group or community level, including analyses of individual perception and behaviour, policy, mass media and discourses.
More details soon on the journal webpage.
Call for papers for a Sociology of Vaccines collection which aim
s to provide a sociological analysis of the breadth of social and cultural issues surrounding vaccination. The scope encompasses studies of existing issues as well as emerging trends and welcomes papers with an international focus.
1st August 2022
More info available here
Call for Proposals for an edited book
on Gender and the Built and Natural Environment
to be published by Emerald – Advances in Gender Research
Vasilikie Demos & Marcia Texler Segal
Proposals must be at least 500 words and include details about the research question, theory, methods, and any findings by August 15.
All correspondence should be sent to both editors firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Versions due February 15, 2023
Projected Publication: 2023
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XX ISA World Congress of Sociology
Authoritarianism: The Sociology of New Entanglements of Religions, Politics, and Economies
Melbourne, Australia – June 25-July 1, 2023
Thematic Group sociology of Risk and Uncertainty received interesting thematic proposals for sessions and panels.
Abstract submission will be open from July 1 to September 30, 2022.
We will keep you updated!
SAVE THE DATE!
The 16th Conference of the European Sociological Association
will take place in Porto, Portugal
, on 27-30 August 2024
devoted to the theme “Tension, Trust and Transformation
Actualizing Robert Castel’s Legacy: The International Circulation and Reception of his Work
April 3 and 4, 2023
Campus Condorcet, Aubervilliers-Paris, France
More info here
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
6th SRA-E Benelux Conference “Risk Perception: From Science to Policy”
October 4th, 2022
Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
Abstracts can be submitted (until Friday June 17th) via: email@example.com
More info on the Conference webpage