American Sociological Association

Program Information

ASA President Michèle Lamont (Harvard University) and the 2017 Program Committee are pleased to announce the theme for the 2017 Annual Meeting: “Culture, Inequalities and Social Inclusion Across the Globe.” Many Invited Sessions have been created to examine, expand, and celebrate this theme.

The Annual Meeting App is Live! Download the ASA 2017 Program app to seamlessly navigate the Annual Meeting. To download the app, go to the App Store or Google Play and search for “ASA Annual Meeting” or scan the QR code. To access program content and much more, select the 2017 Meeting under “Upcoming Meetings.” For all other device types (including BlackBerry, Windows, and other web browser-enabled devices), point your mobile browser to m.core-apps.com/asaannual to be directed to the proper download version for your phone. Should you have any questions about downloading the app, please contact support@core-apps.com.

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You can view and search the 2017 ASA Annual Meeting Program here.

To create and save your personalized schedule you will need to login to the ASA Portal before proceeding to the online program. On the ASA portal page, click on "2017 View the Online Program." To add sessions to your schedule, click on the session and then click on "Add to Personal Schedule." To view your personal schedule, click on the calendar icon in upper right-hand corner. You can then print your schedule or download it in icalendar format.

Download a pdf version of the Preliminary Program (files are current as of June 12):

Friday, August 11 and Saturday, August 12

Sunday, August 13

Monday, August 14

Tuesday, August 15 and Wednesday, August 16

 

Mark Your Calendar

March 15, 2017: Submitters notified about acceptance decisisons.

May 1, 2017: Program schedule announced; no scheduling information is available prior to that date.

May 11, 2017: Registration Deadline for all Program Participants

June 1, 2017: Deadline to receive ALL program changes for the Final Program

Supporters

Pearson 2017
University of McGill Department of Sociology 2017
CIFAR Promo
Quebec Research Fund-Society and Culture
Federation for the Humanities
Concordia 2017
HarvardSoc2017
UMontreal 2017
fondation-chagnon
UQAM