“Working in the Global Academy: Precarity, Rights, Opportunities and Resistance”
At the upcoming TASA 2018 conference there will be a fascinating plenary session entitled “Working in the Global Academy: Precarity, Rights, Opportunities and Resistance”. This session will cover many of the current challenges faced by sociologists and practitioners in allied disciplines within the higher education sector. Matters close to many of TASA’s membership.
The plenary session will held by Associate Professor Fran Collyer, who has recently been named Sociologist of the month by the journal Current Sociology for her work onGlobal patterns in the publishing of academic knowledge Global North, global South. Other speakers will include: Nour Dados and James Goodman (UTS); Fabian Cannizzo(RMIT) and Christian Mauri (Murdoch); and Grant Banfield (Flinders) and Ann Lawless(UWA).
Information on other plenary sessions will be available soon.