American Sociological Association

Section on Evolution, Biology, and Society

Awards

 

2018 Recipients

Best Book Award

Rosemary L. Hopcroft, Evolution and Gender: Why It Matters for Contemporary Life


Anne Eisenberg, Book Award Committee Chair (left) and Rosemary Hopcroft (right)
 

Dalton Conley & Jason Fletcher, The Genome Factor: What the Social Genomics Revolution Reveals about Ourselves, Our History, and the Future


Dalton Conley (left) and Anne Eisenberg, Book Award Committee Chair (right)
 

Best Student Paper Award

Robbee Wedow, Meghan Zacher, Brooke Huibregtse, Kathleen Harris, Benjamin Domingue, and Jason Boardman, “Education, Smoking, and Cohort Change: Forwarding a Multidimensional Theory of the Environmental Moderation of Genetic Effects” (forthcoming in the American Sociological Review)

Mr. Wedow's award was accepted by Dalton Conley.

Congratulations!

(See link below for past recipients)

 

Call for Award Nominations

 


The Evolution, Biology & Society Section of the American Sociological Association invites submissions for the Best Book Award for the best book published between 2017 and 2019 by a member (or members) of the EBS section. 


Nominations (including self-nominations) and a copy of the article should be sent electronically to all three members of the committee by April 3, 2020. If you have any questions about this award, please direct your inquiries to the committee chair. At least one author of the nominated article must be a member of the EBS. 
The committee for this award is composed of: 
Professor Dudley Poston, Texas A&M, Chair, d-poston@tamu.edu  
Professor Ken Hudson, University of South Alabama, ckhudson@southalabama.edu  
Professor Tomasz Drabowicz, University of Lodz & European University Institute, tomasz.drabowicz@eui.eu  


 
The Evolution, Biology & Society Section of the ASA also invites submissions for the Annual Best Paper Award for Student Members of the Evolution, Biology & Society Section. 


Published or unpublished articles are acceptable, as long as the publication date or acceptance is within the period 2017-2019. Co-authored papers, including with faculty, are eligible as long as a student is the first author. All author(s) must be members of the Evolution, Biology & Society Section at the time of submission to qualify for the award. The award is shared among all student authors. 
Nominations (including self-nominations) and copies of the paper should be sent electronically to the committee members listed below by April 3, 2020. 
The committee for this award is composed of: 
Professor Joseph Dippong, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Chair, jdippong@uncc.edu 
Professor Douglas Marshall, University of South Alabama, dougmarshall@southalabama.edu 
Emeritus Professor Marion Blute, University of Toronto, marion.blute@utoronto.ca 

 

Past Award Winners

http://www.asanet.org/asa-communities/asa-sections/current-sections/evolution-biology-and-society/evolution-biology-and-sociology-award-recipients