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American Sociological Association: Former News and Announcements
News items in this list may or may not be current, but they are listed here, from most recent to oldest, as a record of past news. Thus, some deadlines may be obsolete, so read items carefully. The date within brackets following some news items below is the date of the item's initial posting on the main homepage (www.asanet.org) or the date of the item's last editing.
Register for a December 12, 3-4 pm ET, webinar "Using Wikipedia Writing Assignments in Graduate and Undergraduate Courses."
Speak4Sociology is back! Visit our blog and post a comment.
New edition of ASA Style Guide now available.
Applications are invited for the editorships of three ASA journals
Lisa Keister and James Moody selected inaugural editors of new ASA open access journal
2013 ASA audit now available
Register for the September 30 webinar: Making the Connections Between Human Rights and Sociology
Other ASA elected leaders speak out on Salaita matter
ASA presidents and secretary express concern about academic freedom and Dr. Salaita's non-appointment
Contexts (Summer 2014) online free until 9/22
Journal Citation Reports: ASR #1 in sociology
Marrett steps down as NSF deputy director
Margaret Abraham elected ISA President
2014 ASA election results are online
Applications invited for City & Community editorship
SA files amicus brief supporting a suit to overturn gay marriage ban in U.S. 6th Circuit Court
ASA launches Member-Get-a-Member campaign
Applications invited for ASA open access journal editorship
New in the ASA bookstore: 2014 Guide to Graduate Departments
Give a student the gift of ASA membership
ASA amicus brief supports suit to overturn Virginia’s gay marriage ban
ASA editors' reports for 2013 now online
Donate to digitizing 1990-2010 ASA editorial files
ASA to launch open access scholarly journal for all sociology subfields
ASA Amicus Brief supports suits to overturn Utah, Oklahoma gay marriage bans
Contexts (Winter 2014 issue) available online free through March 18
ISA World Congress travel grants are now available
Student members invited to participate in ASA membership video contest
ASA is looking for feedback on www.asanet.org
Applications invited for Minority Fellowship Program