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Due to recent changes in delivery costs, we are unable to ship the Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology outside the U.S. 

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ASA Retro


Career Publications
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

Purchase in bulk here.
Purchase the e-book here


Member Price:$3.00 Non-Member Price:$3.00 Student Member Price:$3.00 Availability: Available
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition (100-pack)

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

U.S. Destinations: Expedited shipping only available through USPS for this item.

Purchase single copies here.
Purchase the e-book here.

We are unable to ship printed copies of the 100-pack 21st Century Careers Booklet outside of the U.S. Please use the link above to purchase the e-book.


Member Price:$135.00 Non-Member Price:$150.00 Student Member Price:$135.00 Availability: Available
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition (E-book) Single-User License

New E-book Format!

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

This e-book is licensed for a single user and may not be shared. We ask each reader to purchase their own copy of the e-book. Click here to purchase a multi-user e-book license.

Purchase single print copies here.
Purchase bulk print copies here.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$2.00 Non-Member Price:$2.00 Student Member Price:$2.00 Availability: Available
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition (E-book) Multi-User License

New E-book Format!

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

This e-book is licensed for the number of copies ordered and may not be shared beyond that number. Click here to purchase a single-user e-book license.

Purchase single print copies here.
Purchase bulk print copies here.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$2.00 Non-Member Price:$2.00 Student Member Price:$2.00 Availability: Available
Brochure: Sociology--A 21st Century Major (50-pack)
This glossy, colorful, printed tri-fold brochure is designed to help departments reach out to potential majors. It answers the question question 'What is sociology' and includes quotes from students about why they chose to major in the discipline. It also includes a list of specific employable skills that students gain by studying sociology, and reflections from recent graduates about the jobs they entered after graduation.

To download and print free copies of this brochure, click here.


Member Price:$18.00 Non-Member Price:$20.00 Student Member Price:$18.00 Availability: Available


Contexts Magazine
Contexts on Aging

A special electronic collection of articles from the Fall 2009 and Winter 2010 issues of Contexts on the topic of aging. Featuring Vincent J. Roscigno, Phyllis Moen, Eric Utne, Deborah Carr, Stacy Torres and the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on an Aging Society.

28 pages, March 2010.

This item is available for free to ASA members. Log in to the member portal for access.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$5.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available


Curriculum Development and Departmental Management


E-Books
2023 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology (E-book)
NOTE: The updated 2024 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology will be available for order by March 1, 2024. Returns for the 2023 Guide will not be accepted after this date.

PDF e-book version. For personal use only. Do not copy, forward or otherwise transmit it.

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 2022 edition includes listings for 145 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. Departments were asked to provide the racial and ethnic composition of faculty and graduate students. This information is included in each listing.

332 pages; March 2023.

Print version is available for purchase here.


Member Price:$30.00 Non-Member Price:$55.00 Student Member Price:$20.00 Availability: Available
Contexts on Aging

A special electronic collection of articles from the Fall 2009 and Winter 2010 issues of Contexts on the topic of aging. Featuring Vincent J. Roscigno, Phyllis Moen, Eric Utne, Deborah Carr, Stacy Torres and the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on an Aging Society.

28 pages, March 2010.

This item is available for free to ASA members. Log in to the member portal for access.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$5.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Ambition and Attainment: A Study of Four Samples of American Boys (E-book)
This monograph by Alan C. Kerckhoff is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 106 pages; 1974.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Attitudes and Facilitation in the Attainment of Status (E-book)
This monograph by Ruth M. Gasson, Archibald O. Haller, and William Sewell is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 37 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Black and White Self-Esteem: The Urban School Child (E-book)
This monograph by Morris Rosenberg and Roberta G. Simmons is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 160 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Black Students in Protest: A Study of the Origins of the Black Student Movement (E-book)
This monograph by Anthony M. Orum is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 89 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition (E-book) Single-User License

New E-book Format!

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

This e-book is licensed for a single user and may not be shared. We ask each reader to purchase their own copy of the e-book. Click here to purchase a multi-user e-book license.

Purchase single print copies here.
Purchase bulk print copies here.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$2.00 Non-Member Price:$2.00 Student Member Price:$2.00 Availability: Available
Booklet: 21st Century Careers with an Undergraduate Degree in Sociology, Second Edition (E-book) Multi-User License

New E-book Format!

This booklet is designed to help undergraduates understand the skills that today’s employers are seeking, and the ways a sociology major helps build those skills. The 2nd Edition includes photos and profiles of more than a dozen individuals with a BA in sociology – including a marketing consultant, a high school teacher, a probation officer, a research associate, a public health consultant, and a college president. Each profiled individual describes their professional position, how they use sociology in their daily work, and their advice to current students in sociology classes. Action Boxes, excerpts from actual entry-level job postings, and tips on searching for a job on the internet are also featured. The overarching theme is that students must take an active role in composing their own 21st century career. 42 pages, 2014.

This e-book is licensed for the number of copies ordered and may not be shared beyond that number. Click here to purchase a single-user e-book license.

Purchase single print copies here.
Purchase bulk print copies here.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$2.00 Non-Member Price:$2.00 Student Member Price:$2.00 Availability: Available
Deviance, Selves and Others (E-book)
This monograph by Michael Schwartz and Sheldon Stryker is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 128 pages; 1971.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Ethnic and Social Stratification in Peninsular Malaysia (E-book)
This monograph by Charles Hirschman is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 115 pages; 1975.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
The Greek Peasant (E-Book)
This monograph by Scott G. McNall is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 112 pages; 1974.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Interorganizational Activation in Urban Communities: Deductions from the Concept of System (E-book)
This monograph by Herman Turk is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 67 pages; 1973.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Looking Ahead: Self-Conceptions, Race and Family as Determinants of Adolescent Orientation to Achievement (E-book)
This monograph by Chad Gordon is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 120 pages; 1972.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Patterns of Contact with Relatives (E-book)
This monograph by Sheila R. Klatzky is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 117 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Patterns of Scientific Research: A Comparative Analysis of Research in Three Scientific Fields (E-book)
This monograph by Lowell L. Hargens is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 95 pages; 1975.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Scaffolding for Student Success in Learning (E-book)

Edited by Bernadette E. Dietz and Lynn Harper Ritchey. This publication contains sections on foundational ideas for undergraduate learning, active learning strategies, collaborative learning, and the use of instructional technologies. From teaching with case studies to incorporating service learning in sociology courses, this resource provides an introduction to cutting-edge techniques for engaging undergraduate sociology students. 220 pages, 2008.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$7.00 Non-Member Price:$10.00 Student Member Price:$7.00 Availability: Available
Socioeconomic Background and Educational Performance (E-book)
This monograph by Robert M. Hauser is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 166 pages; 1972.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
The Study of Political Commitment (E-book)
This monograph by John Delamater is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 104 pages; 1973.

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available


History/ASA Centennial


Journal Special Issues and Indexes
Contexts on Aging

A special electronic collection of articles from the Fall 2009 and Winter 2010 issues of Contexts on the topic of aging. Featuring Vincent J. Roscigno, Phyllis Moen, Eric Utne, Deborah Carr, Stacy Torres and the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on an Aging Society.

28 pages, March 2010.

This item is available for free to ASA members. Log in to the member portal for access.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$5.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available


Merchandise
Embroidered Canvas Tote Bag

See other sale items here!

100% Cotton canvas tote bag with ASA logo embroidered on one side. The bag is 20" wide and 12.5" deep. The 5” flat bottom and 29” straps (13.5” drop) make this bag ideal for carrying books, groceries, or dissertation materials. A snap closure makes this tote perfect as a travel carry-on. Look stylish and professional while you attend the ASA Annual Meeting.

Due to the cost of international shipping, this item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.


Member Price:$6.00 Non-Member Price:$6.00 Student Member Price:$6.00 Availability: Available
Metal Water Bottle

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This lightweight, stainless steel water bottle holds 16 ounces of liquid, topped by a secure lid with convenient open-handled design. The vibrant green base features the ASA logo, and an insulated strip for a comfortable grip. Makes a great gift!

Due to the cost of international shipping, this item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses. 


Member Price:$8.00 Non-Member Price:$9.00 Student Member Price:$8.00 Availability: Available


Reference Materials
ASA Style Guide, Seventh Edition

New!

The seventh edition of the ASA Style Guide features guidelines for the most common situations encountered by authors and editors in the ASA journal publication process. It is designed to serve as the authoritative reference for writing, submitting, editing, and copyediting manuscripts for journals and other materials using or requiring ASA style.

While the structure of this edition is consistent with past editions, some changes have been made to the content. All links and reference sources have been updated or veried for accuracy. This edition also updates ASA policy on the use of the singular "they" as a generic pronoun, and includes new preferred terminology and capitalization for race/ethnicity.

Coil binding. 163 pages, June 2022.


Member Price:$17.00 Non-Member Price:$34.00 Student Member Price:$17.00 Availability: Available
2023 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology

NOTE: The updated 2024 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology will be available for order by March 1, 2024. Returns for the 2023 Guide will not be accepted after this date.

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 2023 edition includes listings for 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. 

Departments were asked to provide the racial and ethnic composition of faculty and graduate students. This information is included in each listing.

332 pages; March 2023.

Due to recent changes in postal regulations outside the U.S., we are unable to ship printed copies of the Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology outside of the U.S. An e-book is available for purchase here.


Member Price:$35.00 Non-Member Price:$55.00 Student Member Price:$25.00 Availability: Available
2023 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology (E-book)
NOTE: The updated 2024 Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology will be available for order by March 1, 2024. Returns for the 2023 Guide will not be accepted after this date.

PDF e-book version. For personal use only. Do not copy, forward or otherwise transmit it.

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 2022 edition includes listings for 145 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. Departments were asked to provide the racial and ethnic composition of faculty and graduate students. This information is included in each listing.

332 pages; March 2023.

Print version is available for purchase here.


Member Price:$30.00 Non-Member Price:$55.00 Student Member Price:$20.00 Availability: Available


Research Briefs and Volumes


Rose Monograph Series
Ambition and Attainment: A Study of Four Samples of American Boys (E-book)
This monograph by Alan C. Kerckhoff is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 106 pages; 1974.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Attitudes and Facilitation in the Attainment of Status (E-book)
This monograph by Ruth M. Gasson, Archibald O. Haller, and William Sewell is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 37 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Black and White Self-Esteem: The Urban School Child (E-book)
This monograph by Morris Rosenberg and Roberta G. Simmons is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 160 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Black Students in Protest: A Study of the Origins of the Black Student Movement (E-book)
This monograph by Anthony M. Orum is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 89 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Deviance, Selves and Others (E-book)
This monograph by Michael Schwartz and Sheldon Stryker is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 128 pages; 1971.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Ethnic and Social Stratification in Peninsular Malaysia (E-book)
This monograph by Charles Hirschman is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 115 pages; 1975.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
The Greek Peasant (E-Book)
This monograph by Scott G. McNall is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 112 pages; 1974.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Interorganizational Activation in Urban Communities: Deductions from the Concept of System (E-book)
This monograph by Herman Turk is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 67 pages; 1973.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Looking Ahead: Self-Conceptions, Race and Family as Determinants of Adolescent Orientation to Achievement (E-book)
This monograph by Chad Gordon is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 120 pages; 1972.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Patterns of Contact with Relatives (E-book)
This monograph by Sheila R. Klatzky is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 117 pages; 1972.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Patterns of Scientific Research: A Comparative Analysis of Research in Three Scientific Fields (E-book)
This monograph by Lowell L. Hargens is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 95 pages; 1975.
 

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Socioeconomic Background and Educational Performance (E-book)
This monograph by Robert M. Hauser is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 166 pages; 1972.
Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
The Study of Political Commitment (E-book)
This monograph by John Delamater is one of the original 13 volumes published in the ASA Rose Monograph Series. 104 pages; 1973.

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$0.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available


Social Policy Volumes


Syllabi Sets


Teaching Techniques
Scaffolding for Student Success in Learning (E-book)

Edited by Bernadette E. Dietz and Lynn Harper Ritchey. This publication contains sections on foundational ideas for undergraduate learning, active learning strategies, collaborative learning, and the use of instructional technologies. From teaching with case studies to incorporating service learning in sociology courses, this resource provides an introduction to cutting-edge techniques for engaging undergraduate sociology students. 220 pages, 2008.

E-Book edition. Only available in the online bookstore. (No phone or mail orders accepted.) Purchasers will receive access immediately in their ASA Member Portal. The item will be available for download and/or print for 30 days. Access information will be provided on your receipt.


Member Price:$7.00 Non-Member Price:$10.00 Student Member Price:$7.00 Availability: Available


TRAILS
Subscription to TRAILS (Non-Member)

TRAILS is an online, peer-reviewed library of teaching resources, including syllabi, class activities, assignments, lectures, with new resources added regularly. Subscription to TRAILS provides access to the entire library for one year. We offer a 50% discount on TRAILS subscription for non-members who work or study in an ASA Department Affiliate; contact your department to find out if they are an affiliate.

Please note: TRAILS is always free for ASA members.

If you would like to join or renew your membership to get free TRAILS access, click here.


Member Price:$100.00 Non-Member Price:$100.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available


Webinars & Pro-Seminars
Virtual Proseminar: Negotiating the Academic Job Offer

February 15, 2024
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EST

Michelle Camacho, University of Utah

You’ve received an academic job offer. Congratulations! Now what? Effectively navigating this step in the job search process is important. Of course, you want to secure a favorable package, and you want to do so while developing a good collegial relationship with your soon-to-be colleagues.  Join us to discuss issues such as how to time responses, salary evaluation, and identification of non-compensation benefits that might be attractive for your circumstances. Closed captioning avaialable. Free for members.


Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$20.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Virtual Proseminar: The Ins and Outs of Publishing as a Graduate Student

March 21, 2024
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EST

Shaonta Allen, Dartmouth University

During this pro-seminar, we will discuss the time-consuming process of preparing and submitting a publishable manuscript during graduate school. We’ll address practical steps for balancing this work with coursework, research, and the many other professional and personal demands on your time. Closed captioning available. Free for members.


Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$20.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Webinar: A Neurodivergent Inclusive Approach to Academic Policies and Practices
April 11, 2024
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST

Chantelle Lewis, University of Oxford
Jason Arday, University of Cambridge


Join a discussion led by neurodiverse scholars whose work critically explores how colleagues and higher education institutions can better support neurodiversity in academia. As we seek to develop a more equitable discipline that respects and appreciates neurodiversity and its intersections with other identities, we’ll explore issues such as expectations for hyper productivity and promotion timelines through a different lens. Closed captioning available. Free for members.

Member Price:$0.00 Non-Member Price:$20.00 Student Member Price:$0.00 Availability: Available
Virtual Proseminar: Art of Fieldwork: How to Develop Fieldwork Resiliency

April 18, 2024
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EST

Tania Aparicio, Teacher's College - Columbia University
Lucia Trimbur, CUNY - John Jay College

Fieldwork often requires a lot of time and involves many unforeseen challenges. Join a panel of experienced fieldworkers as we delve into the intricacies of conducting effective fieldwork, offering invaluable insights and practical tips for how to navigate and stay resilient in the face of on-site fieldwork challenges. Our experienced speakers will share firsthand experiences, methodological approaches, and ethical considerations. Closed captioning available. Free for members.


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Webinar: Advocating for Sociology
May 9, 2024
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST
 
This workshop will explore ways that sociologists can proactively advocate for the discipline to a variety of audiences including policymakers, higher ed administrators, and their local communities. It is designed for those confronting attacks on sociology at the state level as well as anyone interested in raising awareness about the value of the discipline for students, communities, or society as a whole. The workshop will feature staff from the National Humanities Alliance, who lead advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill and support advocacy on campuses around the country, as well as a campus-based government relations officer with expertise in advocacy at the state level. Closed captions available. Free for members.

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