Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology

The Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology encourages the development and application of social and political theory throughout the world. Our peer-reviewed social theory journal, Thesis Eleven, has been in publication since 1980.

We are located in the sociology program, Melbourne (Bundoora) Campus in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University.

Centre objective

  • To encourage the development and application of social and political theory throughout the world through publishing and presenting material in printed and electronic form and through delivering educational workshops, forums and conferences.
  • To facilitate international exchanges of internationally recognised scholars in the field of social and political theory.
  • To attract overseas students to enrol in the Faculty’s postgraduate programs in the field of social and political theory.
  • To encourage local postgraduate research culture and scholarly research in the field of social and political theory.
  • To promote Thesis Eleven as an international journal of social and political theory.
  • To significantly expand the opportunities for research in the field of social and political theory.
  • To promote the teaching and research activities of members of staff of the University in the field of social and political theory.
  • To promote the training of postgraduates in research in the field of social and political theory.
  • To do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above aims.

Annual reports

To obtain either older reports or the listed reports in an alternative format, please contact the Thesis Eleven team. E: Thesis11@latrobe.edu.au.

Staff

Name Position Telephone Email
Dr. Trevor Hogan Senior Lecturer 03 9479 1116 T.Hogan@latrobe.edu.au

Affiliations

The Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology is a supporter of initiatives such as the International Social Theory Consortium and the development of centres of social and political and historical theory, and critical social and cultural thought. A list of centres can be browsed at the University of South Florida's Center for Social and Political Thought.