BREAKING NEWS (JANUARY 2013): AES’s graduate student representative, Jessica Hardin (firstname.lastname@example.org) has assembled the following graduate-student workshops for the spring meetings. We are pleased to announce that AES will provide a subsidy of $160 (the cost of one night conference hotel) for graduate students who participate in any of the following three workshops (A-C). Details on subsidy eligibility and workshop registration is forthcoming. We will also be hosting a grad student mixer at the meetings, details to come!
A) Methodological and Ethical Issues in Ethnographic Research on Conflict and Violence, led by Carolyn Nordstrom (U of Notre Dame) and Sally Engle Merry (NYU) (subsidy available)
B) Managing Careers, Balancing Personal Life, led by Andrew Buckser (Purdue U) (subsidy available)
C) Conflict and New Media, facilitators TBA (subsidy available)
We also are offering a workshop at the spring meetings called “Grant Proposal Writing for Recent PhDs,” facilitators TBA (no subsidy for this one!). Info on how to register is forthcoming.
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