American Sociological Association

Thank you to everyone who participated in the ASA virtual engagement event. The online program is still available to access recorded session links until September 30. Recorded session links are only visible to people who are registered for the event. Registration is still open and will remain open until September 30. Registration is free for ASA members and $25 for non-members.

To access the online session information, you first need to log in to your ASA account. Once logged in, click on “Virtual Engagement Portal” listed under the Annual Meeting header. Then click “View the Online Program”. When you see “Welcome [Your Name]” at the top of the page, you are logged in to the online program. 

If you have questions, please email meetings@asanet.org and we’ll be glad to assist you.

 

Access for All

ASA is committed to making the Annual Meeting accessible to all.

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Travel and Housing

Please cancel your hotel reservation within 72 hours of scheduled arrival.

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Career Center

Please visit the ASA Job Bank for information on current open positions.

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Virtual Exhibits

The Virtual Exhibit Hall is closed.
 

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Child Care

Child care registration fees will be refunded.
 

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Tours

Tours have been cancelled.

 

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Land Acknowledgement and Recognition
Before we can talk about sociology, power, inequality, we must acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the Ramaytush Ohlone (pronounced Rah-my-toosh O-lone-ee). We, the American Sociological Association (ASA), acknowledge that academic institutions, indeed the nation-state itself, was founded upon and continues to enact exclusions and erasures of Indigenous Peoples. This acknowledgement demonstrates a commitment to beginning the process of working to dismantle ongoing legacies of settler colonialism, and to recognize the hundreds of Indigenous Nations who continue to resist, live, and uphold their sacred relations across their lands. We also pay our respect to Indigenous elders past, present, and future and to those who have stewarded this land throughout the generations.