American Sociological Association



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  1. Applications Invited for ASA Editorships

    Applications are invited for the editorships of the American Sociological Review, Social Psychology Quarterly, and Sociological Theory.

    The official terms for the new editors (or co-editors) will commence in January 2021 (the editorial transition will begin in summer 2020) and is for a minimum of three years (through December 2023), with a possible extension of up to an additional two years.

  2. ASA Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline

    Application Deadline: December 15

  3. Send Nominations for the ASA Dissertation Award

    Deadline January 1

    The ASA Dissertation Award honors the best PhD dissertation from among those submitted by advisers and mentors in the discipline. Dissertations from PhD recipients with degrees awarded in the current year, will be eligible for consideration for the following year’s award (e.g., PhD recipients with degrees awarded in the 2019 calendar year will be eligible for consideration for the 2020 ASA Dissertation Award.) 

    Nominations Procedure: 

  4. ASA Awards Four FAD Grants to Advance Sociology

    The Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) is a small grants program jointly funded by ASA and the Sociology Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Applications are reviewed by an advisory panel composed of ASA Council members. 

  5. 2020 ASA Election Candidates

    The American Sociological Association announces the 2020 slate of candidates for ASA Officers, Council, Committee on Committees, Committee on Nominations, and Committee on Publications. Ballots for the 2020 ASA election will be distributed to eligible members in April 2020. Voting will close on May 29, 2020.


    Vote for 1; the elected person will be President-Elect in August 2020, President in August 2021, and Past-President in August 2022

  6. What Does Sexual Harassment Tell Us about the Construction of Ethnographic Knowledge?

    Patricia Richards is a member of the ASA Working Group on Harassment. This article is part of a series of articles from that working group.