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Nominations (including self nominations) are now being accepted for the 2014 Global and Transnational Sociology awards. The deadline for all nominations is March 1st 2014, and the winners will be announced at the section reception in San Francisco. The awards are described below.
Anyone wishing to join the section can do so when joining the American Sociological Association or renewing their annual membership. A good way to get involved would be to come to the section’s business meeting during the ASA annual convention.
First, on Thursday, August 16, there will be a Global and Transnational Sociology Pre-Conference at the Colorado Convention Center. You can look at the schedule here. For further information, contact Elizabeth Boyle at email@example.com.
Second, on Friday, August 17, there are two important G&TS events:
- Chair: Nitsan Chorev, Brown University
- Chair-Elect: Peggy Levitt, Wellesley College
- Secretary/Treasurer: Kristen Shorette, Stony Brook University
Welcome to the American Sociological Association's Section on Global and Transnational Sociology. For information about the section, our research, and our activities, please check the links above.
Current Newsletter: Volume 3, Issue 3, Summer 2013
August 18th, 2014, 4:30-6:30
The Comparative Historical and Global Transnational Sections of the ASA are pleased to announce that their successful joint mentoring event held last year in at the ASA Annual Meeting in New York will be repeated again on Monday, August 18th during the ASA meetings in San Francisco.
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The science of global and transnational sociology is a fast changing body of work. Faculty within our section have volunteered this collection syllabi as a way to help others organize courses of their own or discover the introductory literature within our field.
(Approved: August 7, 1994, Amended in June, 2012)
The purpose of the Section on International Migration is to foster the
development of the sociological study of international migration through
organized meetings, conferences, newsletters, publications, awards, and
other means deemed appropriate by the Council of the Section.