Job opening – Student assistantship

The Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences (Faculty of Social Sciences, January 2022-) at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg (PLUS) invites applications for a student assistantship, beginning in January 2022, for a maximum period of 24 months. The position is anchored in the project  “VISION: Envisioning Convivial Europe” with two other teams in Berlin and Amsterdam, funded by the VW Foundation. VISION_JobAd_Sociology_PLUS_StudentAssistant

Interested candidates should submit the following (in one PDF file) to Mag. Victoria REITTER, BA MA, by December 31, 2021.

  • A two-page letter of motivation covering why you would be a good fit;
  • a CV (with a link to your visual output, if applicable);
  • two references whom we might contact;
  • a writing sample (must not be published, e.g. term paper and/or journalistic article);
  • a transcript of records; and
  • graduation certificates;

If you have any questions or if you require additional information, please contact: Professor Kyoko Shinozaki, .


 

 

EUMIGS Double Degree webinar – 19.11.2021, 12-14 Uhr

–> Programme, structure and specifications for participants

 

Participants: Linköping University (SE), Malmö University (SE), Osnabrück University (DE), Universiidad de A Coruña (ES), Université de Neuchâtel (CH), Paris Lodron University Salzburg (AT), Liège University (BE)

Objective: information about the different programmes, recruitment

Date and time: 19 November 2021, 12:00-14:00


Migration and Mobilities Study Group (MMG)

The Migration and Mobilities Study Group (MMG) is a collective that brings together several thematic groups of scholars within migration and mobility studies at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg (PLUS). PLUS-MMG has become an institutional member of the IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion)! It is Europe’s largest network of scholars in the area of migration and integration.
Details:International Research Network IMISCOE


New Publications

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Kornelia Hahn & Andreas Langenohl (Hrsg.) (2021):
Protestkommunikation: Konflikte um die Legitimität politischer Öffentlichkeit.
  Informationen auf der Webseite des Verlags

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Ruth Abramowski (2020):
Das bisschen Haushalt. Zur Kontinuität traditioneller Arbeitsteilung in Paarbeziehungen – ein europäischer Vergleich. Leverkusen-Opladen: Budrich Academic Press
  Informationen auf der Webseite des Verlags

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Johannes Klopf, Manfred Gabriel, Monika Frass (Hrsg.).(2020).
Impuls – Idee – Innovation
Salzburger Kulturwissenschaftliche Dialoge Band 6.
Salzburg: Paracelsus Buchhandlung & Verlag

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Katrin Huxel / Juliane Karakayali / Ewa Palenga-Möllenbeck / Marianne Schmidbaur / Kyoko Shinozaki / Tina Spies / Linda Supik / Elisabeth Tuider (Hg.) (2020):
Postmigrantisch gelesen. Transnationalität, Gender, Care. Transcript-Verlag.

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Ito Ruri / Kyoko Shinozaki (2020):
Transnational Sociology of Domestic Work: In Quest of Decent Work

 

 

Sociology Research Colloquium

Starting in the summer term of 2018, the Department of Sociology and Cultural Studies will hold a colloquium to present current and completed research work.External speakers will also be invited to individual sessions.
The individual sessions take place on Wednesdays, 9-11 a.m., at HS 384.


Dr. Sirijit Sunanta

Dr. Sirijit SunantaDr. Sirijit Sunanta is visiting the Department of Sociology, University of Salzburg, from April 1st to May 31st, 2021, as an Ernst Mach Fellow. She is Assistant Professor in the Multicultural Studies Program, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University, Thailand. Sirijit’s research interests include gender and migration, globalization and food cultures, and the politics of diversity in Thailand. Her current research projects focus on care transnationalization and intimate and bodily labour in the Thai service industry. Examples of Sirijit’s published works are “Globalising the Thai ‘High-touch’ industry: exports of care and body work and gendered mobilities to and from Thailand” https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1369183X.2020.1711568, “German migrants in Pattaya, Thailand: gendered mobilities and the blurring boundaries between sex tourism, marriage migration and lifestyle migration” https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-030-63347-9_9, and “Gendered practices in urban ethnic tourism in Thailand” http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2017.02.004. She recently contributed a chapter on “Care as right and care as commodity: positioning international retirement migration in Thailand’s old age care regime” to an edited book on Retirement Migration to the Global South: Current Insights and Future Perspectives which is currently under review.