American Sociological Association


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  1. Syllabus Exchange

    The science of global and transnational sociology is a fast changing body of work.  Faculty within our section have volunteered this collection syllabi as a way to help others organize courses of their own or discover the introductory literature within our field.

  2. Bylaws

    (Approved: August 7, 1994, Amended in June, 2012)

    The purpose of the Section on International Migration is to foster the development of the sociological study of international migration through organized meetings, conferences, newsletters, publications, awards, and other means deemed appropriate by the Council of the Section.

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  4. awards

    Section on Latino/a Sociology

    Section on Latino/a Sociology

  5. Call for Papers

    Section on Latino/a Sociology

    Conferences and Calls For Papers


  6. Latina/o Sociology

    Section on Latino/a Sociology


  7. Section Meetings

    Section on Latino/a Sociology

    2014 Annual Meeting


    Schedule of Events


  8. Officers

    Section on Latino/a Sociology

    Section Officers

    Chair: Zulema Valdez, University of California Merced

  9. Resources

    Section on Latino/a Sociology


    Here you will find useful resources for sociologists interested in Latino issues.


    Inter-University Consortium for Latino Research, University of Notre Dame (

  10. Awards


    Purpose of the Awards

    The Paul F. Lazarsfeld Award recognizes a scholar who has made a career of outstanding contributions to methodology in sociology. The Leo Goodman Award recognizes contributions to sociological methodology or innovative uses of sociological methodology made by a scholar who is no more than 15 years past the date of the Ph.D. Each award is considered annually, although an Awards Committee may choose not to give an award in a given year.