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  1. Listserv

    Discussion List

    The discussion listserve for Evolution, Biology & Society is an open forum for you to exchange ideas on science, evolution, biology, genes, society or any topic relevant to our section. Membership in Discussion Listserv is voluntary (i.e., discussion listserv is not automatically populated with e-mail addresses of section members). To join our members only listserve, just follow the instructions below:

  2. 2009 Council

    Election Results for Chair-Elect and Council (2009)

    Chair: George Ritzer, University of Maryland
    Chair-Elect: George Thomas, Arizona State University

  3. 2010 Section Awards

    The ASA Section on Global and Transnational Sociology is pleased to announce the distinguished winners of this year’s section awards. We will introduce the honorees and their work at the business meeting in Atlanta. Congratulations to all! For the award committees’ explanations of their decisions, and descriptions of the winners’ works, see: SGTS.awards2010.pdf.

  4. 2010 Council

    • Chair: George Thomas, Arizona State University
    • Chair-Elect: Sarah Babb (Boston College)
    • Secretary/Treasurer: Gili Drori (Stanford University) and Maria Charles (University of California, Santa Barbara)

    Council

    • Liz Boyle, University of Minnesota
    • Lauren Langman, Loyola University Chicago
    • Peggy Levitt, Wellesley College
    • Francisco (Chiqui) Ramirez, Stanford University
    • Roland Robertson, University of Aberdeen
  5. 2011 Awards

    Distinguished Career Award

    John W. Meyer
    Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Stanford University

    Award committee: Salvatore Babones, Terence Halliday, and Hwaji Shin

    Best Scholarly Book Award

    Sarah Babb
    Behind the Development Banks: Washington Politics, World Poverty, and the Wealth of Nations (University of Chicago Press, 2009)

    Susan Eva Eckstein
    The Immigrant Divide: How Cuban Americans Changed the US and their Homeland (Routledge, 2009)

  6. 2011 Council

    • Chair: Sarah Babb (Boston College)
    • Chair-Elect: Julia Adams, Yale University
    • Secretary/Treasurer: Gili Drori (Stanford University) and Maria Charles (University of California, Santa Barbara)

    Council

    • Lauren Langman, Loyola University Chicago
    • Peggy Levitt, Wellesley College
    • Nitsan Chorev, Brown University
    • Alex Hicks, Emory University
    • Nina Bandelj, University of California at Irvine
  7. Call for Nominations - Global and Transnational Sociology Awards for 2012

    Nominations (including self nominations) are now being accepted for the 2012 Global and Transnational Sociology awards! The deadline for all nominations is March 1 2012, and the winners will be announced at the section reception in Denver. The awards are described below.

  8. 2012 Awards

    Announcing the G&TS awards for 2012! The awards will be presented at our section reception at ASA on Friday, August 17th at 6:30 p.m. Many thanks to everybody who sent in nominations; and a very special thanks to our hard-working Awards Committee!

    Best Book

    Julian Go. 2012. Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires, 1688 to the Present. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  9. 2012 Council

    • Chair: Julia Adams, Yale University
    • Chair-Elect: Ann Swidler, University of California at Berkeley
    • Secretary/Treasurer: Colin Beck, Pomona College

    Council

    • Nitsan Chorev, Brown University
    • Alex Hicks, Emory University
    • Nina Bandelj, University of California at Irvine
    • Sigrid Quack, Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany
    • Kiyoteru Tsutstui, University of Michigan
    • Pamela Paxton, University of Texas
  10. Denver 2012: Global and Transnational Sociology Section ASA Pre-Conference

    Thursday, August 16, 2012
    Room 112, Colorado Convention Center

    The Global and Transnational Sociology pre-conference will provide an opportunity for section members to get better acquainted with one another and to engage in lively intellectual conversations related to global and transnational sociology.