Call for Papers: Bourdieu and Education at the BSA Annual Conference



The Bourdieu Study Group will be having another sub-stream in the Education Stream at the British Sociological Association’s annual conference: Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression?  The conference will take place at the Glasgow Caledonian University from 15-17 April 2015.

We invite submissions relating to the broad theme of Bourdieu and education and would particularly welcomed submissions for symposiums consisting of three to four papers.

The BSA Annual Conference is the primary annual conference for sociology in the UK with opportunities for everyone connected to the discipline and we would encourage member to submit abstracts to other streams if your work does not fall into our study group category. The themes of the BSA annual conference is deliberately broad and all-encompassing, designed to appeal to the entire spectrum of sociologists


Abstract Submission
Please submit your abstracts to the main BSA abstract submission site. For papers wanting to present in the Bourdieu sub-stream please use the heading: ‘For the attention of the Bourdieu Study Group’.  If the abstract is part of a symposium please also include in the heading: ‘ Symposium and then the symposium’s name.

The abstract submission deadline is 17 October 2014


17 October 2014 – Abstract submission deadline.

5 December 2014 – Abstract decision received no later than this date.

16 January 2015 – Presenter booking deadline.

20 February 2015 – Early booking rates end.

6 April 2015 – Registration closes.


One thought on “Call for Papers: Bourdieu and Education at the BSA Annual Conference

  1. […] mentioned theorist overall and in particular outside the theory stream – perhaps explained by the special call for Bourdieusian papers and symposiums from the education stream. In fact, the Bourdieu Study Group saw more submissions of abstracts using […]

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