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  • Census 2000: Counting on a Civic Moment (Terri Ann Lowenthal, Felice J. Levine)
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: You're Invited! (Joe R. Feagin)
  • The Open Window: Training Opportunities for Minorities: Sociology Can Heed the Call (Felice J. Levine)
  • Public Affairs Update: ASA Speaks anities Alliance Hosts Jefferson Day; National Institto Science Policy; New Funding Initiatives; National Association of Graduate Professional Students to Conduct Web-Based Survey; National Humute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Alcohol Research Mentoring Program; Office of Behavior and Social Science Position Search Extended
  • Public Forum: "More Commentary on the ASR Editor Decision and the Statement by the Section on Racial and Ehtnic Minorities" (Naomi L. Lacy; Miguel Angel Centeno, et al; Mary C. Waters, et al; Kenneth Liberman)
  • Deaths: Warren Breed, Holley Gimpel, Everett K. Wilson
  • Obituaries: Howard W. Beers, Daryl P. Evans
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  • 2000 Annual Meeting: Off the Beaten Path: Advice from Local Sociologists About What to See in DC (Carla B. Howery)
  • Departments Ranked by Journal Publications (Barry Markovsky)
  • The Open Window: ASA Sections. . . Opportunity Becomes Reality (Felice J. Levine)
  • Congressional Fellow Update: Finding a Hill Placement as an ASA Congressional Fellow (George Dawdall)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • More National Science Foundation Funding on Education and Learning Research
  • Nominations Sought for 2001 Major ASA Awards
  • ASA Part of Preparing Future Faculty Project
  • Get Real Comics Reveal a Sociological Touch (Carla B. Howery)
  • Sociologist Launches Civic Action Network (Redante Asuncion-Reed)
  • The Sociology of Consumption: A Sub-Field in Search of Discovery (George Ritzer)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Pitzer College in a Live Video Conference with China (Charmaine Samaraweera)
  • The Rural Life Center Engages Campus and Community (Carla B. Howery)
  • Introducing the British Sociological Association (Elizabeth Ettorre)
  • Public Forum: "More on ASR: Clarification of Editors' Support" (Barbara J. Risman, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey); "Politics and Sociology" (Hernan Vera); "No ASA in 2000" (John C. Pock);
      "Reorienting the ASR" (James V. Fenelon); "Proposal for Additional Sessions at the Annual Meetings" (David W. Britt, et al)
  • National Association of Graduate-Professional Students to Conduct Web-Based Survey
  • From the National Science Foundation: Notice to Principal Investigators
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1998-1999 Council Minutes (August 9, 1999)
  • Deaths: Michael E. Eckstein, Fenton Keyes, Elizabeth Briant Lee, Fred Thalheimer
  • Obituaries: Fred Hoffman
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  • 2000 Annual Meeting: National or International Capital? The African Immigrant Presence in Washington, DC (Kinuthia Macharia)
  • The Beginning of a Virtual Community for ASA Members
  • Council Appoints New ASA Editors
  • The Open Window: Use of ASA Mailing List for Rushton Book
  • Referendum on the Spring Ballot to Expand Representation on the Committee on Sections
  • Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities Speaks to Council on American Sociological Review
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Congressional Fellow Update: Working as a Congressional Fellow for Senator Biden (George Dowdall)
  • Task Force Reflects on ASA Governance (Myra Marx Ferree)
  • Sociology's Diversity: ASA's Annual Meeting Enriched by "Other" Sociology Organizations (Stephen Steele)
  • Carnegie Foundation Selects Five Sociologists as Pew Scholars (Carla B. Howery)
  • ASA Journals Look Ahead: American Sociological Review: Looking Forward, Looking Back (Glenn Firebaugh);Contemporary Sociology: Sociologists Design the Future
  • The Credit Card Nation Begins in College (Amy Hartlaub)
  • New On-Line Technology Leads to Innovative Offerings for ASA Members
  • Profile of ASA Membership (Roberta Spalter-Roth and Sunhwa Lee)
  • 2000-2001 Candidates Announced for ASA Officers
  • Deaths: Ronald J. Lorimor, Steling Schoen
  • Obituaries: James Stephen Brown, Robert Blair Campbell, Raymond Paul Cuzzort, Elizabeth Briant Lee, Hermann A. Roether, Fred Thalheimer, William Ward, Everett K. Wilson, Eleanor Paperno Wolf
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • 2000 Annual Meeting: The Sociology of Selected Monuments in Washington, DC or Stories Behind the Stones (James W. Loewen)
  • ASA Council Approves First Section Journal: City and Community
  • Conference on Sociology and Education: The Spencer Foundation and ASA Join Forces to Look Ahead
  • The Open Window: Institutional Review Boards and Sociologists' Experiences (Felice J. Levine)
  • Murray Webster Returns to National Science Foundation Sociology Program
  • Public Affairs Update
  • The Sloan Center: Unparalleled Research on Working Families (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • American Association for Higher Education Hires Sociologist to Promote Diversity in Learning (Edward Murguia)
  • What Do We Mean By "Assessment?" (Charles F. Hohm)
  • Community Action Research Grants Announced
  • Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports New Projects (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Forum: "The Meaning of Departmental Rankings" (Robert J. Stevenson); "Rethinking Departmental Productivity" (Margaret L. Andersen); "Menage a Trois: ASA, American Sociological Review and Politics" (Marcelo Aftalion); "University4Sale-dot-com: The Educational Cost of Free Notes on the Internet" (Mathieu Deflem)
  • Congressional Fellow Update: Working in a Senate Office as a Congressional Fellow (George Dowdall)
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1999-2000 Council Minutes, August 10, 1999
  • Deaths: Sidney Robert Davis, Richard A. Smith, Kathryn M. Taylor
  • Obituaries: Kurt W. Back, Jack Scott, Conrad Taeuber
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  • 2000 Annual Meeting: A Vibrant Latino Presence in Washington, DC (Rose Ann M. Renteria)
  • A Dream Team: Perrucci, Miller, and Contemporary Sociology (Earl Wysong)
  • The Open Window: ASA?s Member Forum: Join the Talk (Felice J. Levine)
  • Larry Burnmeister Selected as Next Congressional Fellow
  • Rachel Rinaldo Selected Fourth ASA-AAAS Media Fellow
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Past-President Portes Elected to National Academy of Sciences Nebraska-Lincoln and Tulane Celebrate Centennials: Sociology at Nebraska-Lincoln is 100 Years Old in 2000 (Mary Jo Deegan, Tulane's Sociology Department Celebrates 100th Anniversary (James D. Wright)
  • Alba and Edelman Win Guggenheims
  • Seven Projects Receive ASA-NSF Small Grant Awards
  • Teaching and Research on Disabilities: Only for Individuals with Disabilities? (Rosalyn Benjamin Darling)
  • Back by Popular Demand (Amy Hartlaub)
  • New Editor for Journal of Health and Social Behavior
  • Departments Undertake Projects to Prepare Future Faculty (Carla B. Howery)
  • College Works to Ease Racial Tension on Campus (Kim Cameron-Dominguez)
  • National Conference on Re-Envisioning the PhD
  • Public Forum: Scholarship and Departmental Rankings Revisited (Bruce Keith); No Reserve Army of Faculty (Linda D. Molm); and Footnotes Deserves a Pulitzer (Barry Schwartz)
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: Preliminary Program
  • BA Growth Trend: Sociology Overtakes Economics (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Deaths: E. Gartly Jaco, George Stabler
  • Obituaries: Donald Adamchak, Hylan G. Lewis, Floyd M. Martinson, Archibald Ward
  • Call for Submissions: Promoting the Success of Students of Color
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: Combined Book Exhibit Reservation Form
  • Journals in Transition: New Submission Addresses
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  • Major ASA Award Winners Announced for 2000
  • ASA Election Results: Reskin Elected ASA President; Anderson is VP
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: Behind the Monuments: Taking a Sociological Look at Life in the Nation's Capital (Samantha Friedman)
  • Call for Nominations for ASA Offices
  • The Open Window: Professional Service: Take Up a Task (Felice J. Levine)
  • Nominations Sought by Council for Two New Task Forces; Advanced Placement Course in Sociology for High Schools, ASA Statement on Race
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: attend Open Forums; Task Force on the Reexamination of COC and CON; Task Force on ASA Journal Diversity
  • Alfonso Latoni to Lead Minority Affairs Program (Edward Murguia)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Congressional Fellow Update: Completing an ASA Congressional Fellowship (George W. Dowdall)
  • Sociology Web-Lab Featured at CNSF Exhibit
  • Spotlight on Departments: CSU-Sacramento Showcases its Electronic Portfolio
  • 2000 Annual Meeting: Come to the Nation's Capital
  • Minority Fellowship Program Presents New Fellows (Edward Murguia)
  • Ross Stolzenberg to Edit Sociological Methodology (Kenneth E. Land)
  • New Flowers and New Florists in the ASA Rose Garden (Jay Demerath)
  • Michael Hughes to Edit JHSB (Walter R. Gove)
  • ASA-AAAS Media Fellow Report: A Letter from Raleigh (Rachel Rinaldo)
  • Preparing Future Faculty Project Launched (Carla B. Howery)
  • Council on Undergraduate Research to Include all Social Sciences (K. Elaine Hoagland)
  • Carnegie Scholars Work on Teaching and Learning Projects
  • Public Forum: What Happened to the Interest? Sociology, Disability, and Scholarship; Departmental Article Production Reconsidered
  • Deaths: C. Eric Lincoln
  • Obituaries: Wade H. Andrews, Bernard Farber, Charles E. Fritz, Clay Allen Haney, David Hale Malone, Seymour Sudman, Solomon Sutker, N.J.C. Vasantkumar
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  • NIMH Awards $2.7 Million to continue Minority Fellowship Program (Edward Murguia and Alfonso Latoni)
  • Hot News: ASA Membership Dues Held at 2000 Level; 2001 ASA Annual Meeting Program Now four Days: August 18-21, 2001
  • The Open Window: The 2001 ASA Annual Meeting: A Four-Day Event (Felice J. Levine)
  • Suggestions Solicited for 2002 Annual Meeting Program
  • 2002 Annual Meeting Theme: Allocation Process and Ascription Puublic Affairs Update
  • 2000 Preliminary Program: Your Reactions?
  • Major Award Recipients Honored in Washington, DC
  • Scenes from the 2000 Annual Meeting
  • Colleagues Salute William Foote Whyte
  • Profile of the President: The Massey Odyssey
  • New Works Encourage New Focus on Hate Crime (Abby L. Ferber)
  • Regional Meeting Schedule
  • Two Task Forces Meet at Annual Meeting, Seek Member Comments
  • International News and Notes: International Institute of Sociology Holds 34th World Congress; Sociologists Selected for Advanced Human Rights Training; Global Networks, A Journal of Transnational Affairs Makes its Debut
  • McAdam to Direct Center for Advanced Study at Stanford
  • Public Forum: Sociologists to the Barricades (Richard Tomasson); A Response from (Past) President Feagin (Joe R. Feagin); A Response from the Organizer of the Session in which Nader Appeared (Stephen J. Rosenthal); The Dangerous Theory of "You Have to Be One" (Raymond W. Mack); Protection of Human Subjects (Murray L. Wax)
  • The 1999 ASA Audit: A Sound Financial Picture at ASA
  • Spotlight on Departments: Theory@Madison: New Directions for Wisconsin Sociology
  • New Staff Join the ASA Executive Office
  • Matilda White Riley Returns to Maine
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1999-2000 Council Minutes
  • Deaths: Thomas J. Duggan, Hilda Skott, Selma Sternig, John Useem
    Obituaries: Frank A. Darknell, A.M. Denton, Jr., Israel Gerver, David Goldberg, Derek L. Jackson, Moshe Kerem, George Carleton Myers, Harman J. Sander, William Simon, Henry Hadley Stewart, Jr., Gus Tuberville, George Katsuichi Yamamoto
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  • Neighborhoods are Topic of Discussion at ASA Congressional Briefing (Johanna Ebner)
  • Decade of Behavior Launched on Capitol Hill
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Sociology Workshop Is a Catalyst (Carla B. Howery)
  • The Open Window: Thanks-and-Giving (Felice J. Levine)
  • Call to Serve on ASA 'Status' Committees
  • ASA Council Calls for Task Force Proposals
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Update from the National Science Foundation: Pampel Joins the Sociology Division of the NSF; NSF Sociology Program Announces 2000 Grants
  • Congratulations to 2000 Section Award Winners
  • 2001 Coupon Listing
  • Obituaries: Leslie Kish; Ned Polsky; John Useem
  • ASA Funding Opportunities
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  • Candidates for ASA Offices, Council, Committees
  • It's Not Too Early to Think About 2002
  • 2002 Annual Meeting Theme: Allocation Process and Ascription
  • Investing in Our Future
  • The Open Window: Sociologists at Work (Felice J. Levine)
  • James Griffin Joins Office of Science and Technology and Policy
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA's Members' Forum Activated
  • Teaching Norms and the ASA's Code of Ethics (Alan E. Bayer and John Braxton
  • Four Projects Receive ASA-NSF Small Grant Awards
  • FAQ's About the ASA Annual Meeting (Janet L. Astner)
  • Requests for Space at 2001 Annual Meeting
  • 2001 Call for Papers Update
  • Section-in-Formation Status Approved for Animals & Society (David Nibert and Anna Williams)
  • Sociologists Selected for AAHE Campus Compact Consulting Corps
  • High School Fellowship Program Gives Research Experience (Meghan Rich)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Anne Arundel's Career Efforts (Meghan Rich)
  • Changes in Graduate Enrollments: Increases Followed by Declines
  • Public Forum: Justice Served (Ronald Freedman)
  • A New British Monograph Publisher: sociologypress (Martin Albrow)
  • Thank You, ASA Contributors!
  • ASA Funding Opportunities
  • Call for ASA Section Award Nominations for 2001
  • Deaths: Christos Apostle, Morris Mitzner, Samuel A. Mueller, Sherwood Slater, Charlotte Wolf
  • Obituaries: Charles P. DeSanto, Martin M. Grossack, Earle MacCannell
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1999-2000 Council Minutes, Tuesday, August 15, 2000
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