- Just Research in Contentious Times: Widening the Methodological Imagination By Michelle Fine
In this intensely powerful and personal new text, Michelle Fine widens the methodological imagination for students, educators, scholars, and researchers interested in crafting research with communities. Fine shares her struggles over the course of 30 years to translate research into policy and practice that can enhance the human condition and create a more just world. In ...
- Assistant Professor of Sustainable Urban Development, Urban Studies Program, Trinity College
The Urban Studies Program (URST) at Trinity College announces a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level focused on Sustainable Urban Development, with a comparative global perspective. We particularly encourage applications from candidates with some range of the following preferred qualifications and expertise: sustainable urban development and environmental policy, international comparative urban environmental policy, urban ...
- The Fight For America’s Schools: Grassroots Organizing in Education, edited by Barbara Ferman
In The Fight for America’s Schools, Barbara Ferman brings together a diverse group of contributors to investigate how parents, communities, teachers, unions, and students are mobilizing to oppose market-based reforms in education. Drawing on a series of rich case studies, the book illustrates how disparate groups can forge new alliances to work together toward common goals.
- Assistant Professor Tenure Track Position, Sociology/Community BasedResearch and Qualitative Methods
The Department of Sociology at California State University, San Bernardino invites applicants for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in sociology beginning September 2018. Applicants should be able to teach courses in community based research and qualitative methods. Secondary teaching areas should include the ability to teach in at least one of the following: social inequality, migration, ...
- URBAN Education Node: Human Rights Webinar in Education Coalition-Building
URBAN Education Node Human Rights Webinar (Wed, May 24, 12pm-1:15pm Mountain Standard time): The purpose of the webinar is to facilitate coalition building that helps educators understand how to partner with human rights organizations and use human rights frameworks to support cities, schools and communities in addressing human rights violations. Learn more here.