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  1. Resources

    Resources

    Organizations

    Institute for Social Research (ISR) -- The Institute for Social Research (ISR) at the University of Michigan is one of the nation's longest-standing laboratory for interdisciplinary research in the social sciences

  2. Announcements

    Section Announcement Listserv:

    ASA provides each section with an Announcement List for the purpose of disseminating announcements and other important and timely information to section members. Please send your announcements to any of the following officers and they can post your announcement to the listserv. Chari, Chair-Elect, Sectretary-Treasurer and immediate Past Chair. Message are automatically sent to all section members via email. Messages are routed via

  3. Section Bylaws

    BY-LAWS: SECTION ON RACE, GENDER AND CLASS

    Approved 1996, Revised 2010

  4. Conferences & Calls for Papers

    Race, Gender, and Class Section

    This page lists announcements, upcoming conferences, and calls for papers relevant to Race, Class and Gender. Please send other conference announcements and calls for papers to the webmaster for posting.

  5. Landa Abstract

    “It’s Just Completely Different For Them:” Gender Differences In Black Experiences Of An Urban-To-Suburban School Integration Program

  6. Past Awards

    Race, Gender, and Class Section

    Past Awards

    Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Book Award

    This award recognizes scholars who have made a distinguished and significant contribution to the development of the integrative field of race, gender, and class through the publication of a book on the "cutting edge" of sociological inquiry. Links are to the publisher's book page.

  7. Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility

    The purpose of the Section on Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility is to foster research and disseminate knowledge on the distribution of material and nonmaterial resources, and the economic, social, and cultural forces that generate and perpetuate unequal distributions of these resources. The Section welcomes members of all theoretical and methodological persuasions and embraces work that considers inequalities in all institutions and social contexts.

    Comments welcome: email asaipmsection@gmail.com