American Sociological Association



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  1. Job Seekers

    The ASA Career Center will once again host the Annual Meeting Employment Fair as well as the popular Prep Talks series.

    Prep Talks

    This year we are excited to expand on the Prep Talk series. Prep Talks are short dynamic presentations on an array of topics that will be helpful to job seekers at all stages of their career search. The presentations are scheduled for Saturday, August 10 in conjunction with the Employment Fair. Your meeting badge will be required to enter.

  2. Teaching and Learning in Sociology Symposium

    ASA invites you to attend the Annual Meeting symposium on the practice of teaching and learning in sociology; it is open to all who have registered for the Annual Meeting. This symposium was established by ASA Council in response to the recommendations of the Task Force on Community College Faculty in Sociology and was inaugurated in 2018 to create new pathways to engage a broader array of sociologists in discussions of teaching and learning in the discipline.

  3. 2020 Annual Meeting Theme

    Each year, ASA’s president chooses a theme on which to focus some of the programming for the ASA Annual Meeting—a tradition that ensures our meetings reflect the rich diversity of perspectives and subject matter in our discipline.  2020 ASA President Christine Williams chose the theme “Power, Inequality, and Resistance at Work.” Her conception of the theme is below.

  4. 2020 Call for Session Organizer Volunteers

    Call for Volunteers

    The 2020 Program Committee is seeking volunteers to organize sessions for the open submission regular session paper topics. Volunteers will be taken beginning January 31, 2019. The deadline to volunteer is March 15, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern. Volunteering does not guarantee an invitation to organize. Anyone volunteering to organize an open submission regular session must abide by the guidelines governing such work and meet the eligibility requirements.

    Organizer Guidelines

  5. 2020 Call for Invited Session Proposals

    Call for Invited Session Proposals

    Members are encouraged to submit session proposals for the following components of the program. Proposals for Invited Sessions are due March 15, 2019.  

  6. 2020 Program Committee

    Each Program Committee plans one Annual Meeting. The committee is constituted in August two years in advance of the meeting for which it is responsible, and is charged with developing a timely program that will service the diverse discipline of sociology, enhance the meeting theme chosen by the President-Elect, and broaden participation by sociologists in the United States and around the world.

    Members of the Program Committee for the 2020 Annual Meeting

  7. 2020 Regular Session Paper Topics

    Regular Session Paper Topics

    Applied Social Research/Evaluation
    Asians and Asian Americans
    Biosociology/Biosocial Interaction
    Blacks and African Americans
    Care Work/Caring Labor
    Collective Behavior
    Collective Memory
    Comparative Historical Sociology
    Consumers and Consumerism
    Conversation Analysis
    Criticial Theory
    Cultural Studies
    Culture and Identity
    Culture and Inequality
    Culture and Narrative
    Development and Gender

  8. Tours

    Information will be posted soon.

  9. Registration

    Information will be posted soon.