Comparative and Historical Sociology Section


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Stanford University Graduate School of Education

Title: Faculty Position in International Comparative Education
Position/Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor
Areas/Special Programs: Education, Global and Transnational Sociology

Roger Williams University Anthropology+Sociology Department

Title: Assistant Professor of Sociology
Position/Rank: Assistant Professor
Areas/Special Programs: Sociological Practice , Global and Transnational Sociology

Truman State University Society and Environment Department

Title: Temporary Assistant Professor of Sociology
Position/Rank: Lecturer
Academic Positions: Assistant Professor
Areas/Special Programs: Race, Class and Gender, Global and Transnational Sociology

St. Louis College of Pharmacy Department of Liberal Arts

Title: Assistant Professor in Medical Sociology
Positions: Assistant Professor
Areas/Special Programs: Medical Sociology, Global and Transnational Sociology


Abe Fellowship (SSRC, CGP)

The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) announce the annual Abe Fellowship competition. The Abe Fellowship is designed to encourage international multidisciplinary research on topics of pressing global concern. The Abe Fellowship Program seeks to foster the development of a new generation of researchers who are interested in policy-relevant topics of long-range importance and who are willing to become key members of a bilateral and global research network built around such topics.

For more information on fellowship research themes, eligibility, and the application process, visit or contact SSRC staff at



Working Paper Series: National Culture and National Habitus

Editors: Andreas Pickel and Gad Yair

The contributions to this series attempt to zero in on this misunderstood and undertheorized area by providing theoretical, conceptual, and/or empirical arguments and evidence with the aim of creating a broader debate on the significance of national culture and national habitus in the global age. Contributions are invited from scholars who would like to participate in such a debate.

More information is available here: