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  2021 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology

Get your copy of the 2021 edition of the ASA Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology today! A best seller for many years, this invaluable reference has been published by the ASA since 1965 and provides comprehensive information for academic administrators, advisers, faculty, students, and a host of others seeking information on social science departments in the U.S., Canada, and abroad.

The 2021 edition includes listings for 166 graduate departments of sociology. In addition to name and rank, faculty are identified by highest degree held, institution and date of degree, and areas of specialty interest. Special programs, tuition costs, types of financial aid, and student enrollment statistics are given for each department, along with a listing of recent PhDs with dissertation titles. Indexes of faculty, specialty programs, and PhDs awarded are provided.

New this year, departments were asked to provide the racial and ethnic composition of faculty and graduate students. This information is included in each listing.

368 pages; April 2021.

Due to recent changes in delivery costs to Canada from the US, a shipping fee of $25.00 will be added to each Guide shipped to Canada.

Previous versions of the ASA Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology are available in very limited quantities. Please contact publications@asanet.org for more information.


 

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  Virtual Pro-Seminar - Navigating Sexism and Racism in Grad School and Beyond

May 20, 2021
3:00 p.m. Eastern/12:00 p.m. Pacific

Afshan Jafar (Connecticut College)
Yung-Yi Diana Pan (Brooklyn College)
Chandra Waring (University of Massachusetts-Lowell)
Aaryn L. Green (American Sociological Association)


We know that academics from underrepresented groups encounter bias, prejudice, and discrimination. While discussions of the hidden curriculum of graduate school often discuss gaps in information and cultural capital, they less frequently address the particular challenges that racial and/or gender minority students face in their graduate studies and careers. Join us for a candid conversation with sociologists who have been there, who get it, and who want to share their wisdom with the next generation of scholars. Closed captioning provided; this event will not be recorded.

Closed captions available.

You will receive an email after your purchase with instructions on how to complete your registration.

 

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