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XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne,  2022

As the 2022 International Sociological Association World Congress in Melbourne approaches, TASA is appointing a local organising committee. Please click on the orange button below to access more details about the call as well as the nomination form:

TASA will be hosting the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne, 24-30 July 2022. The theme of the forthcoming Congress (July 2022) is Resurgent Authoritarianism: Sociology of New Entanglements of Religions, Politics, and Economies. We welcome, and encourage, you to spread the word using this Flyer

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Local Organising Committee
Local Organising Committee
Dan Woodman
Katie Hughes
Jo Lindsay
Events, Social Events and Tours - Anna Halafoff

Exhibition Space Management - Sonia Martin
Inclusion and Equity - Annette Bromdal
Indigenous Engagement and Support - Theresa Petray
Students/Early Career initiatives - Georgia van Toorn
Media (including Social Media) - Brady Robards
Public Engagement - Shanthi Robertson
Sustainability - Kim Humphery
Travel Assistance - Catherine Hastings

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