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  1. Hi there! I am applying for fall 2021 and I was wondering if anyone knew of any good master’s programs where the professors and the classes have knowledge around Social Justice Art. I mainly want to concentrate on the intersection of art and social movements. I know NYU And UPenn has some pretty good professors for that but I was just wondering of more. Anything to do with Queer and Feminist Theory, as well as Latinx art. Thanks for your help and let me know if you need any more info this is my first time posting.
  2. Hello, UMass Boston is currently inviting applicants for the PhD track in Organizations and Social Change, part of the PhD program in Business Administration at the College of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston. We are seeking outstanding applicants with a broad interest in the business-society-environment interface. Prospective students with prior degrees in management, sociology, economics, political science or other relevant areas are encouraged to apply. Most successful applicants have a Master’s degree. Prior research experience (e.g. data analysis, literature reviews, a
  3. Hello to the board, I apologize in advance for a long post, but I have a question about the best best disciplinary fit for a student of social movements interested in movement culture and using qualitative methods. Read on if you have any advice. My background (BA) is in political science and I've done original research on social movements in Chile and Bolivia. I know I want to study social movements as a professional academic and I know my methods will be qualitative (ethnography, participant obs, interviews). The question is, sociology or anthropology? I know this is the sort of thi
  4. Hi all, This is a cross-post from the sociology forum. I have a question about the disciplinary differences between sociology and anthropology in the study of social movements. Briefly, my research interests are social movements, especially when considered in reference to culture, politics, symbolic meaning. I need the perspective of anth. students. Any advice is welcome! My background (BA) is in political science and I've done original research on social movements in Chile and Bolivia. I know I want to study social movements as a professional academic and I know my methods will be qualit
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