News & announcements from ASA Marxist Section members

Spatial Planning and Marxism

From a left perspective, current capitalist crises need to be solved through devaluation of old fossil and capitalist landscapes, and new landscapes and new spaces for housing, leisure, work, transportation, production and agriculture need to be produced. Considering how dependent our current cities, countries, and global infrastructure are on capital [...]

By |2021-03-24T10:17:14-04:00Mar 24, 2021|

Announcement: New International Labour and Logistics Research Network

The newly established International Labour and Logistics Research Network invites all scholars, researchers, labour activists, and organisers interested in collaborating with others on critical global research on contemporary labour issues facing logistics workers, unions, and the international labour movement, to join this new exciting research project, hosted by the Centre for Decent Work at [...]

By |2021-03-03T07:58:14-05:00Mar 3, 2021|

Marxist Sociology Section Election Results

It is our pleasure to announce the winners of the ASA Marxist Sociology section elections (2020). They are: Chair-Elect: Michael McCarthy, Marquette University Secretary: Leslie C. Gates, SUNY Binghamton Treasurer: Lorna Zukas, National University Council Members: Gretchen Purser (Syracuse University) and Atef Said (University of Illinois at Chicago)

By |2020-06-13T11:30:09-04:00Jun 13, 2020|

Announcing the Marxist Sociology Section Award Winners

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners of the Marxist Sociology Section Awards! The Winner of the Albert Szymanski-T.R. Young Marxist Sociology Graduate Student Paper is  David B, Feldman, for his article, “Beyond the Border Spectacle: Global Capital, Migrant Labor, and the Specter of Liminal Legality,” published [...]

By |2020-05-15T17:11:01-04:00May 15, 2020|

2019 Marxist Section election results & award winners

Please join us in congratulating our distinguished section members who have been elected this year to serve in various positions as listed below: Chair-Elect: Dr. Hannah Holleman, Amherst College Council Member: Dr. Daniel Auerbach, University of Utah Council Member: Dr. Michael McCarthy, Marquette University Student Representative: Ms. Karen Xuan Zhang [...]

By |2019-07-16T16:02:06-04:00Jul 16, 2019|

Maryville College – Faculty Vacancy – Tenure-Track Sociology

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FACULTY VACANCY Assistant Professor of Sociology (Tenure-track) The Division of Social Sciences at Maryville College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Sociology position beginning in August 2019. Candidates are expected to have research and teaching strengths in social scientific methods, including both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Preference is given [...]

By |2018-11-13T12:49:57-05:00Nov 13, 2018|

The Formation of Workers’ Councils in the Abode of the Islamic Republic’s Chicago Boys and the Striving of Democracy Promoter Vultures in Iran

Soheil Asefi, a section member writes about the rise of neo-liberal ideology in worker and student councils in Iran. Check out their article below!

By |2018-11-13T12:48:15-05:00Nov 13, 2018|

Marxist Sociology Blog relaunch: Theory, research, politics

We are delighted to announce a relaunch of the Marxist Sociology Blog! The blog – which now has a new editorial team – is a public sociology blog aimed at publishing Marxist theory, research, commentary and debate for a general public audience. We will be regularly publishing short articles (around 1,000 words each) in accessible language with minimal academic jargon. We aim to bring you short articles summarizing cutting-edge research and theory from Marxist scholars. We also provide a forum for debate among Marxists and those who wish to engage Marxism. Much of the work published here will be commissioned by our editorial team, but we will consider publishing unsolicited articles.

By , |2018-10-08T08:52:58-04:00Oct 8, 2018|
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