fellowships and other opportunities 

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Fellowships & Publishing Opportunities

  • Psychiatric Epidemiology Program

    Columbia University Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program announces openings for pre- and postdoctoral fellows beginning September 2014. The program provides social scientists, epidemiologists, psychologists, and psychiatrists with research skills in psychiatric epidemiology. Training involves coursework in substantive issues and research methods, and participation in an affiliated research unit. Postdoctoral stipends range from $39,264 to $54,180, depending on years of experience. Pre-doctoral stipends are $22,032. Application deadline: December 1, 2013. Contact: Training Coordinator, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, 722 West 168th Street, Room 720-B, New York, NY 10032; e-mail: PET@columbia.edu. Columbia University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Additional information can be obtained from this link.

  • Call for Monographs: Interdisciplinary Disability Studies

    Ashgate Publishing is delighted to announce the launch of a new series Interdisciplinary Disability Studies. Edited by renowned disability studies scholar, Mark Sherry (author of Disability Hate Crimes), this series will reflect the great strides disability studies has made in exploring the relationship between power and the body. By extending the interdisciplinary dialogue between disability studies and other disciplines, books published in this series will show how a deep engagement with disability studies changes our understanding of the following fields: sociology, literary studies, gender studies, bioethics, social work, law, education, and history. This ground-breaking series identifies both the practical and theoretical implications of such an interdisciplinary dialogue and challenges people in disability studies as well as other disciplinary fields to critically reflect on their professional praxis in terms of theory, practice, and methods. If you have a proposal you think would be suitable for the series, please contact Claire Jarvis: cjarvis@ashgatepublishing.com

  • A preliminary call for abstracts for the RC49 Assembly in Aalborg, Denmark, July 3-13, 2013
  • This announcement is for an Assembly being sponsored by the International Sociological Association’s Committee on Mental Health. The Assembly will take place in Aalborg, Denmark, on July 3-13, 2013. Click here for the details. ​