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|2018 Meeting of the International Society for Justice Research: Interrogating Injustice|
|July 25-28, 2018 || Emory University|
The hosts (Emory University, in conjunction with Georgia State University and University of Georgia) invite paper and poster submissions for the 2018 biennial conference of the International Society for Justice Research. The theme,Interrogating Injustice, will highlight issues related to race and to the distribution of health care resources. Scholars from an array of disciplines whose work touches upon social justice concerns from both basic and applied perspectives are encouraged to submit their research for presentation. QTM is a co-sponsor of this event. The submission portal opens November 15, 2017. Scholars may submit individual papers, paper symposia including 3-5 papers from individual scholars, or posters. For submission and conference details, see:http://sociology.emory.edu/isjr2018 or a link at https://www.isjr.org/. Submit your paper, symposia, or poster here.
In addition to program sessions, a training workshop for graduate students will be held on July 25. Conference attendees may opt to attend: the gala dinner at the Carter Presidential Center and Library; a tour of the Martin Luther King Center and the Center for Civil and Human Rights; and an evening excusion to Ponce City Market. Accommodations are available at the Emory Conference Center and in univeristy residence halls.
Registration opens February 1, 2018. For further inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2013, we have hosted Meet & Greets for graduate students. The purpose of these events is to facilitate networking between students from different academic backgrounds who work with similar quantitative research methods. Each Meet N' Greet will be organized around an identified theme.
To suggest a theme, contact IQTM@emory.edu.
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