Contemporary Sociology: As of August 1, 2019, all books, reviews, and correspondence should be sent to the new editor: Yasemin Besen-Cassino, Department of Sociology, Montclair State University, 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043; email@example.com.
Special Symposia at the 2019 Annual Meeting in New York
Sociology in Practice Settings
Saturday, August 10
The preliminary Annual Meeting program is now posted and searchable on ASA’s website. Any changes or updates to session listings for the final program must be received by ASA Meeting Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than June 1, 2019 for inclusion in the printed program. Changes can only continue to be made in the online program and the mobile program app after that date. To search the program, visit convention2.allacademic.com/one/asa/asa19/.
The Department Resources Group has been renamed ASA Program Reviewers and Consultants. Although many sociologists are familiar with the work of the Department Resources Group (DRG), a significant proportion continue to ask “What is the DRG?” To address this issue, we have confronted it directly, choosing a moniker that explicitly addresses what this set of ASA-trained consultants do to support and strengthen sociology departments. Namely, the consultants serve as external program reviewers and consult with departments on departmental priorities, retreats, and leadership.
TRAILS, the Teaching Resources and Innovation Library for Sociology, is ASA’s online, peer-reviewed repository for teaching and learning materials. Access to TRAILS is a benefit of ASA membership.
In accordance with election policies established by the ASA Council, biographical sketches of the candidates for leadership positions in the ASA election appear in alphabetical order by office below.
Candidates for President-Elect
The ASA sexual harassment working group (HWG), of which I am a member, was organized nearly two years ago following allegations of sexual harassment, including of women of color, at our annual meetings. We understand that sexual harassment and predatory sexual behavior in academia are not necessarily best treated as the work of a few bad actors, but rather are systemic issues that need to be dealt with as such.