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  1. FAD Grant

    Application Deadlines: June 15 & December 15

  2. Invited Sessions Proposals Solicited for the 2018 Annual Meeting

    The substantive program for the 2018 Annual Meeting continues to develop under the leadership of President-Elect Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and the 2018 Program Committee. The meeting’s theme of “Feeling Race: An Invitation to Explore Racialized Emotions” invites participation across the discipline and provides many opportunities to bring together a variety of sociological work in diverse program formats.

  3. America’s Poverty and Inequality Course

    How much does the average person in the U.S. know about domestic poverty and inequality? The best evidence is … not much. When asked, for example, to characterize the amount of wealth inequality in the U.S., most people vastly underestimate how much inequality there is.

  4. 2017 Annual Meeting Call for Papers

    The 2017 Annual Meeting Call for Papers Online Submission system is now available at The Submission System opened on November 1, 2016. Authors may submit their scholarly work to Regular Session, Section Paper Sessions and Roundtables, and Open Refereed Roundtables. The deadline for all submissions is January 11, 2017.

  5. Annual Meeting Town Hall Discussion Continues: Join Us for a Twitter Chat

    Twitter#InclusiveASA Twitter chat with Tanya Golash-Boza, ASA Council member

    Tuesday, December 6 at1:00 p.m. EST and
    Wednesday, December 7 at 1:00 p.m. EST

  6. 2017 ASA Annual Meeting in Montréal: Don’t Miss It / C’est à ne pas manquer!

    As one of the rare Québécoise to serve as President of the American Sociological Association, if not the only one, I am thrilled that ASA’s 2017 Annual Meeting will be held in Montréal. I very much hope you will join me there and encourage your colleagues and graduate students to attend as well.

  7. Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in Seattle

    The American Sociological Association (ASA) presented the 2016 major awards at this year’s Annual Meeting on August 21 in Seattle. The Awards Ceremony, followed by the Presidential Address by Ruth Milkman, was well attended. These awards are given to sociologists for their outstanding publications, achievements in the scholarship, teaching, and practice of sociology, as well as for their overall advancement of the discipline. Below are the profiles of all of the awardees.

  8. ASA Section News

    Nominations Sought for 2017 Section Awards

    Each year the ASA’s 52 sections celebrate the achievements of sociologists working in their topic areas. Awards are given to authors of books, dissertations, or articles, to students, and to celebrate career achievements. Please consider nominating colleagues and students who are doing outstanding work. For more information about individual section awards, see