American Sociological Association

Sociology of Sex and Gender

The purpose of the Section on Sociology of Sex and Gender is to encourage research and curriculum development on the organized patterns of gendered social relations and sexuality. The Section examines face-to-face interaction, political processes, culture and mass media, the medical, judicial, and educational systems.

Annual Report (2020)
Award Recipients 

Section Council 

Chair: Kimberly Kay Hoang, University of Chicago
Chair-Elect: Joya Misra, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Past Chair: Sara L. Crawley, University of South Florida
Section Secretary/Treasurer: Kjerstin Gruys, University of Nevada, Reno
Katie Linette Acosta, Georgia State University
Jennifer Carlson, University of Arizona
Georgiann Davis, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Dawn M. Dow, University of Maryland-College Park
Susila Gurusami, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nik Lampe, University of South Carolina (Student Representative)
Emily S. Mann, University of South Carolina-Columbia
Michela Musto, Stanford University
Natasha Quadlin, University of California-Los Angeles
Aliya Hamid Rao, Stanford University
Alithia Zamantakis, Georgia State University (Student Representative)
Section Webmaster: Morgan Carey Matthews, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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