Announcements

  • Introduction to the New Manager and VP and Vol.7 Call for Reviewers and Submissions

    2022-02-11

    Hello everyone!

    Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Jewel Chidiebere (she/her) and I am your new Journal Manager for INvoke and VP Mentorship and Academic Journal for SUSA. I’m in my first year of the Sociology program and am very excited to be taking on this position.

    As some of you already know, Vol. 7 of INVOKE was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and fell into hiatus. Our goal for this semester is to finish up the great work that Angéle Chenard and Freya Hammond-Thrasher, our previous journal managers, and all the peer reviewers have done and publish this volume in April 2022. INVOKE will be accepting new or additional submissions for this volume; the manuscripts being published are from both the Winter 2020-Winter 2022 call for submissions. 

    As I am writing this in February I am also asking for submissions that have a focus on BIPOC History and subjects as a highlight in the next volume.

    As for vol. 7, submissions opened November 15, 2020. I still plan on publishing those submissions as well as any new ones, while leaving time for each to be reviewed and edited before the deadline. The deadline will be to follow but expect it to be some time in April. Make sure when you’re submitting to check the Submissions Page under the About section of the INvoke site for a checklist and tips for your manuscripts.

    I also wanted to promote that SUSA has started a discord for sociology students! Hopefully, some of you will consider joining and using it as a way to connect with others in the department despite the pandemic. Use this link to join: https://discord.gg/Wdt2zyx.

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions, concerns or queries you might have at jchidieb@ualberta.ca

    Stay safe everyone,

    Jewel



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  • Vol. 6 Update and Vol. 7 Call for Submissions

    2020-11-15

    Hi everyone,

    Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Angèle Chenard (she/her) and I am the incumbent Journal Manager for INvoke and VP Mentorship and Academic Journal for SUSA. I’m in my fourth year of the Honors Sociology program and am very excited to be taking on this position.

    As some of you already know, vol. 6 of INVOKE was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our goal for this semester is to finish up the great work that Freya Hammond-Thrasher, the previous journal manager, and all the peer reviewers have done and publish this volume in December 2020. INvoke will not be accepting any new or additional submissions for this volume; the manuscripts being published are from the Winter 2020 call for submissions.

    As for vol. 7, submissions will open today, November 15, 2020. This earlier date is to hopefully give everyone ample time, myself included, to peer review, edit and publish this next volume. The deadline will be to follow, but expect it to be some time in March. Make sure when you’re submitting to check the Submissions Page under the About section of the INvoke site for a checklist and tips for your manuscripts.

    I also wanted to promote that SUSA has started a discord for sociology students! Hopefully some of you will consider joining and using it as a way to connect with others in the department despite the pandemic. Use this link to join: https://discord.gg/Wdt2zyx.

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions, concerns or queries you might have at achenard@ualberta.ca

    Stay safe everyone,

    Angèle  

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  • Volume 5 Published

    2020-02-14

    We are thrilled to announce the publication of INvoke Volume 5: Gender, Colonization, and Violence. We would like to thank the anonymous peer reviewers for their time and constructive comments; INvoke could not have published such an insightful volume without you. Additional thanks to the six bright undergrad students who contributed their pieces to this volume. Scroll down to read!

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  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

    2019-12-01

    Fantastic term papers and research papers wanted. Invoke is accepting submissions for Volume 5 until the end of December. We accept all articles that take a sociological approach to research. Click the "Make a Submission" button on our homepage or email the Journal Manager at freya@ualberta.ca with any inquiries.

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  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

    2019-09-26

    Wrote a great paper in Spring/Summer term? Invoke is now accepting submissions for journal Volume 5. The focus and scope of the journal includes anything sociological, that is presenting scholarly research with a sociological perspective. Sociology is a broad and overlapping field- related submissions from other disciplines will be accepted. Email the Journal Manager at freya@ualberta.ca with questions about how to submit.

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  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: INVOKE JOURNAL

    2017-10-31
    The focus and scope of the journal comprises of anything sociological, that is presenting scholarly research with a sociological perspective. This does not completely exclude perspectives of other disciplines; sociology is a very broad and overlapping field and submissions with overlapping perspectives will be accepted. Please fill out this form to receive more information about how to submit your work:  https://goo.gl/forms/StxJIEnZ7HLyA5Cl1 Read more about CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: INVOKE JOURNAL
  • Invoke: Undergraduate Journal of Sociology is back!

    2014-09-08

    All of us here at Invoke are happy to announce that we will be returning for the 2014-2015 school year! After a year long hiatius, we are hoping this year to coordinate the rebirth of Invoke: Undergraduate Journal of Sociology. We hope not only to expand the journal itself, but also to increase the level student interest and contribution associated with it. We hope to get as many people as possible actively involved in the sharing of ideas, and hope to facilitate scholarly dicussion in the areas of Sociology and Criminology.

    Corey Li - VP Undergraduate Journal of SUSA

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