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I hope you all had a good summer and you academic year has started off well. I am excited to share with you the news that the submission site for our 2018 conference is now open.
You are cordially invited to join us for our 98th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida October 10-13, 2018. The theme for the 2018 meeting is “It’s a Small, Small World”, reflecting the ever-increasing interconnectedness of people, systems and academic disciplines. We welcome the participation of all scholars and the presentation of work on all topics, methodologies, and periods or areas in the fields of Anthropology, Economics, History, International Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Women and Gender Studies. Our meeting will feature panels, poster sessions, roundtable discussions, and paper workshopping opportunities, both in the individual fields of the Social Sciences as well as within an interdisciplinary framework. Find the submission site at convention2.allacademic.com/one/sssa/sssa18/
I would also like to let you know about the SSSA Twitter feed (@SWSocSciAssn). Follow us and learn about upcoming events and academic publications, post notifications of your publications, departmental hiring’s and awards. Join the discussion!
We look forward to your submissions and seeing you in Orlando!
Evacuation orders and/or states of emergency are now in effect in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina as Hurricane #Irma charges toward the US mainland. We send our continued thoughts and well wishes to our members and friends in the area, and we ask that you be safe. ... See MoreSee Less
The disaster which has been unfolding in South Texas demonstrates that Greens are right to be proactive in approaching potential disasters, not out of pessimism but out of the realism that they will s...