American Sociological Association

Footnotes 2017

January-March 2017 (Volume 45, Number 1)

  • Bienvenue à Montréal! (Greg Nielse and Jean-Francois Coté)
  • Recipients of the 2017 ASA Awards
  • Candidates for the 2017 ASA Election
  • President’s Proposed Budget Blueprint Significantly Threatens Research and Education Funding
  • Sociology in the News
  • Science Policy: NCSES Publishes Report on Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering; HHS Announces Changes to the “Common Rule”; NSF Announces its Plan for Public Access to Foundation-funded Research
  • ASA President Michele Lamont Awarded 2017 Erasmus Prize
  • Trails Top 10 Downloaded Resources of 2016
  • Why and How to Conduct Alumni Surveys (Mary Senter)
  • TRAILS Welcomes New Area Editors; Thanks to Outgoing Editors (Jaime Hecht)
  • Interfaith Leadership and Sociology: An Interview with Eboo Patel (Michele Lee Kozimor-King)
  • Community Colleges: Great Places to Start and Great Places to Stay (Rebecca Romo)
  • Teaching Sociology at a Community College: Transforming Sociology through a Cultural Lens (Aurora Bautista, Latasha Sarpy and Carlos Maynard)
  • Please Grant Permission to Use Your ASR Manuscripts and Reviews in the ASA Digital Archive
  • ASA President-Elect Bonilla-Silva Speaks at DCSS
  • What Does It Mean to Have a Right to Science?
  • Sociologist Bernice Pescosolido Elected to National Academy of Medicine
  • Pat White, a Force for Sociology, Retires from the NSF (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Thank you, ASA Members!
  • Announcements
  • Funding: ASA Student travel award
  • Deaths: Henry A. Landsberger; Paul Luebke; and Ronald M. Pavalko
  • Obituaries: Hugh F. “Tony” Cline; Robert Fulton; and Sheldon Stryker

May-June 2017 (Volume 45, Number 2)

  • Sex and the Province: A Short History of Quebec (Poulami Roychowdhury)
  • Proposed Change to the Selection Process for Status Committee Membership
  • A New Membership Category for High School Teachers
  • Sociology at the March for Science
  • Science Policy: Census Bureau Director Resigns, Complicating Outlook for 2020 Decennial; Federally Funded R&D Center Funding Rebounded in FY 2015 after Four Years of Declines; Report on the Indicators of Higher Education Equity in the United States
  • Engaging in Policy-Making during a Period of Political Change (Emerald Nguyen)
  • New for 2017: An Employment Fair at the Annual Meeting
  • Imprisonment of a Sociologist and Many Other Social Scientists in Turkey on Trumped-Up Charges (Fatma Muge Gocek)
  • Sociologist Receives Pulitzer Prize
  • Montreal’s Distinctive Cultural Diversity (Victor Armony)
  • ASA Awards Four FAD Grants to Advance Sociology
  • A Few Reasons to Attend the ASA Annual Meeting in Montreal
  • Council Establishes Task Force on First-Generation and Working-Class People in Sociology
  • Sociological Research on the Effects of Concealed Carry on College Campuses
  • Using Twitter (Tyson Smith)
  • Thank you, ASA Members!
  • ASA Welcomes New Director of Communications
  • The State of Higher Education in Uganda from a Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow Perspective (Johnson W. Makoba)
  • Departmental Performance Metrics and the University Audit Culture
  • ASA Launches 2017 Member-Get-A-Member Campaign
  • Sociologists Awarded Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
  • Announcements
  • Funding: 
  • Deaths: Ai-li S. Chin
  • Obituaries: Jack Elinson; Henry Landsberger; Krishnan Namboodiri; Ronald M. Pavalko

July-August 2017 (Volume 45, Number 3)

  • The 2017 ASA Election Results
  • Brashears and Simpson will edit Social Psychology Quarterly (Dawn T. Robinson)
  • ASA Harassment Group Formed
  • Bringing Sociology to the Public (Carmen Russell)
  • Science Policy: Report Calls for NSF to Develop Strategic Plan Specifying SBE Sciences Research Priorities; NIH OBSSR's Director Blog on Increasing Mortality of Working Class Whites; In 2015, U.S. institutions awarded most doctorates ever recorded
  • Havidan Rodriguez Makes SUNY History
  • Sociology's Contributions to Addressing Global Climate Change
  • COSSA and Social Science Advocacy
  • Thank You, ASA Members!
  • Robert Hauser Named Executive Officer of the American Philosophical Society
  • The Clothesline Project: Promoting Gender Violence Awareness and Student Activism (Tanice Foltz)
  • It's Not Every Day that You Get to Design a New Sociology Major (Jessica Holden)
  • ASA Announces Cohort 44 for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
  • Promoting Transgender Justice through Sociology (Erik Anthony Grollman and Laurel Westbrook)
  • From Book to Book Talk: Taking the Show on the Road (Mindy Fried)
  • 2017 Howery Teaching Enhancement Fund Winners
  • Sociologist Receiving Honors
  • 2016 Journal Manuscript Summary Reports
  • Funding: Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline
  • Annoucements
  • Deaths: Enrico L. Quarantelli
  • Obituaries: Charles W. Smith

September/October (Volume 45, Number 4)

  • Introducing Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, 2018 ASA President (David G. Embrick)
  • ASA Welcomes New Rose Series Editors from CUNY (Judith Gerson)
  • Communicating Across Difference: Free and Responsible Speech
  • Meri Beaucoup, Montreal! See You in Philadelphia in 2018
  • OBSSR Director on How to Help Social and Behavioral Research Findings Make their Way into Practice Settings
  • U.S. Census Barriers, Attitudes and Motivation Survey
  • From the Russian Revolution to her PhD, a Member Celebrates 100
  • ASA Task Force on Contingent Faculty Interim Report
  • Call for Volunteers: ASA Status Committee Membership
  • ASA Member-Get-A-Member Campaign a Success
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • 2017 ASA Award Recipients Honored in Montreal
  • ASA Statement on Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals
  • Exciting New Community Action Reseach Initiative Grants
  • Announcements
  • Funding: The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies; The Center for the Study of Religion and Society
  • Obituaries: John S. Holik, Saad Z. Nagi, and Eleanor Singer

November/December (Volume 45, Number 5)

  • Preview the 2018 ASA Election Candidates
  • Contexts Welcomes Its Newest Editors, Rashawn Ray and Fabio Rojas (Quincy Thomas Stewart)
  • Teaching What and Why: New Guidelines for the Undergraduate Sociology Curriculum
  • Prepare for a Vote: Understanding the Proposal Revision to the ASA Code of Ethics
  • Sara Goldrick-Rab Wins Top Education Award
  • Your Membership Supports the Discipline
  • ASA Minority Fellowship Program Call for Applications
  • Sociologists Receive ASA Funding to Study Impact of Laws Permitting Concealed Weapons on College Campuses
  • 2019 Annual Meeting Theme: Engaging Justice for a Better World
  • Invited Session Proposals Are Solicited for the 114th Annual Meeting
  • ASA Awards Four FAD Grants to Advance Sociology
  • C. Matthew Snipp Joins ASA Committee on Executive Office and Budget
  • Tally's Corner Revisited (Hilary Silver)
  • Announcements
  • Funding: The Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP)
  • Obituary: Irving Tallman