November conferencing

Every November I am busy going to and presenting at conferences—and, every year I tell myself not to do it. Alas, 2014 offers no reprieve, but I will hold out hope for 2015. This particular November, however, should make for some exciting interdisciplinary conversations:

Friday, November 7 at the Embassy Suites, Downtown Portland

Presenting “‘Ethnographic Reflections on Embodied Subjectivities and Performance and Image Enhancing Drug Use” at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual meeting

Friday, November 21 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis

Presenting “Seeing the Sea of Islands as Carceral Archipelago: Postcolonial Insights from the Pacific” as part of the Critical Carceral Studies panel series and on the roundtable, A New American Criminology, at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting

Thursday, November 27 at the University of South Australia (West Campus)

Presenting “Understanding the Transnational Legal Ordering of Global Sport through the Lens of the United Nations-International Olympic Committee Partnership” at The Australian Sociological Association annual meeting