International Sociological Association's Research Committee on Economy & Society

Call for Proposals: Forthcoming Series on New Scholarship in Political Economy

Series Editors: David Fasenfest, SOAS University of London, and Alfredo Saad-Filho, SOAS University of London

New Scholarship in Political Economy seeks contributions from early career scholars whose research is broadly located in the Marxist traditions in the social sciences. This includes heterodox economic analysis, critical social science research, and an array of inquiries ranging across cultural studies, gender, race and ethnicity research, and more. By early career, we mean scholars in the beginning of their academic or intellectual trajectory who can benefit from having their work appear in print.

For consideration in New Scholarship in Political Economy, authors should send the following: a) working title, b) a precise outline of the scope and focus of their work, and c) a tentative table of contents with a brief annotation describing each chapter. Please do not send full manuscripts until asked to do so. Once a contract has been issued, contributors will receive guidelines and specific instructions on submitting their work.

See the following page for more information on submission: https://brill.com/page/nspe

Funding Call for Professorships in the UK, deadline: 19 February 2020

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