Junior Sociologists

Laboratory for PhD Students in Sociology

XVII ISA International Laboratory for PhD Students

Precarization and Resistance: Environment, Everyday Life and Citizenship
September 5-11, 2022
Tunis, Tunisia

International Sociological Association received 51 applications for its 17th International Laboratory for PhD Students in Sociology but only had the funds to accept 12 applicants. Because there were so many excellent applications, the selection process was extremely difficult. Congratulations to the selected participants!

List of the selected participants and topics of their PhD dissertations (in alphabetical order):
    
Ms.    Muntaha ABED (Palestine), Birzeit University, Palestine    
Gendering uprisings; South Korea and Palestine as case studies     

Ms.    Nour Mohammad BADER-SALHEYA (Palestine), University of Tunisia, Tunisia    
Colonialism in its daily manifestation: in the sociology of the control of military rule over Palestinian bodies and resistance

Ms.    Maya BHARDWAJ (USA), University of Pretoria, South Africa    
Queering solidarity – Diasporic South Asian activism and collaboration with black liberation

Mr.    Stefan Adam BIENKOWSKI (Poland), University of Warsaw, Poland
Ideologies of work among young workers with non-standard employment in Poland

Ms.    Maria GONZALEZ FLORES (Spain), Universidad de A Coruña, Spain
Humanitarianism as a depoliticization tool for protracted refugee situations and women’s resistance: Palestinian and Sahrawi refugees in dialogue with the Humanitarian Aid Regime

Ms.    Maria Florencia LABIANO (Argentina), National University of San Martin, Argentina
Inequality and wealth in Buenos Aires City: A sociological approach from the private rental market

Ms.    Pragya SACHAN (India), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India
Gender, intersectionality and toilet security: A study on the lived experiences of women in Haridwar, Uttarakhand (India)

Ms.    Keisha SAMLAL (Trinidad and Tobago), University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago    
Identities and self-(re)-presentations: The case of stigmatized “fat women” in Trinidad and Tobago

Ms.    Lara SARTORIO GONÇALVES (Brazil), State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil    
City of Rio de Janeiro under the prism of fear: An analysis of authoritarian regimes of subjectivation

Ms.    Pratima TETE (India), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India    
Tribes and industrial city: A study with reference to Rourkela steel city

Ms.    Michela TRINCHESE (Italy), University of Salento, Italy    
The democratic iteration proposed by climate migrations

Mr.    Ikem Godspower UJENE (Nigeria), University of Ibadan, Nigeria    
Reintegration of Boko Haram members and peacebuilding in Northeast Nigeria: A victim community perspective   
                                                
The 2022 Laboratory Precarization and Resistance: Environment, Everyday Life and Citizenship is organised jointly by the International Sociological Association, Arab Centre for Research and Political Studies, Centre for Economic and Social Researches and Studies, and Research in Enlightenment, Modernity and Cultural Diversity Lab, Tunis El Manar University. It will take place in Tunis, Tunisia, September 5-11, 2022.