[CITASA] Senior scholar article (fwd)

Barry Wellman wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Tue Aug 26 17:38:50 EDT 2014


reprinting to the wider list

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 11:45:29 -0500
From: W. james Siguru <siguru at UMN.EDU>
To: COMMUNICATION_AND_INFO_TECH-ANNO at LISTSERV.ASANET.ORG
Subject: Senior scholar article

Hi everyone,

Hope you had a great ASA and enjoying the last few days (for those whom
have not started the year yet) before school starts. For those whose year
has started hope your semester is moving along well. Just sending out a
call for an article for the senior scholar section of the CITASA
newsletter. The article can be on a topic of interest that you think would
be interesting to members. It may be on ( but not limited to)  new
developments in a section-relevant research area, sociological thoughts on
section-related recent events, etc. Should any senior scholar have a topic
in mind feel free to send a *Word Document* draft to me at siguru at umn.edu no
later than the *19th of September 2014 at 6 pm Central. *

The document should include:

1. Author name, title, institution, email, website and/or Twitter username
2. Author photo, should you want it to be published

cheers,
Wahutu




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