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  1. 2018 Annual Meeting - Mini-Conference

    The International Migration Section of the American Sociological Association (ASA)holds a mini-conference every four years on the day prior to the annual ASA meeting. The 2018 Annual ASA Meeting: “Feeling Race: An Invitation To Explore Racialized Emotions” will be held 11-14 August in Philadelphia, and the steering/planning committee (of which Penn Professors Chenoa Flippen, Emilio Parrado, Amada Armenta, and Onoso Imoagene are members) has selected the campus of the University of Pennsylvania as the location for the Mini-Conference on The Future of Immigration Scholarship.


  2. 2018 Mentorship Luncheon Registration Information

    Please see the link below to learn more about the 2018 Mentorship Luncheon, including how to register:


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  3. 2018 ASA Annual Meeting - International Migration Section Schedule

    Please see the PDF below for a list of all section events at the 2018 Annual Meeting:

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  4. Children and Youth Award Nomination Calls

    Distinguished Career Service Award of the Section on Children and Youth

    Deadline:  March 1, 2021
    Contact: Ingrid Castro, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (

  5. Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity Award Nominations Calls

    Distinguished Career Award

    Deadline: March 1, 2021
    Contact: Wesley Longhofer, Emory University

  6. Teaching and Learning in Sociology Award Nominations Calls


  7. Sociology of Education Award Nominations Calls

    James Coleman Award for Best Article

    American Sociological Association Section on Sociology of Education James Coleman Award for Best Article. The James Coleman Award annually honors the author of the best article in the field of sociology of education published in the preceding two years - 2019 and 2020, in this case, and based on the date of the paper's journal's volume-issue.

  8. Comparative-Historical Award Nominations Calls

    Global Note: All nominees must be members of the ASA to be considered for section awards.


    The section presents the Ibn Khaldun Distinguished Career Award every year in order to recognize a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the subfield of comparative-historical sociology. This is one of the most celebrated awards given by the section presented only to scholars of the utmost distinction.

  9. Environmental Sociology Award Nominations Calls

    Robert Boguslaw Award for Technology and Humanism