Category: PSA News

PSA Demand for Racial Justice and Equity

The Pacific Sociological Association condemns racism, anti-Blackness, and white supremacy and its vestigial appendage, police brutality. We support the Black Lives Matter movement. As practitioners of a discipline that studies individuals in society and social institutions, we recognize and acknowledge

Call For Papers: Special Issue of Sociological Perspectives: COVID-19 and Society (by May 21, 2020)

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Sociological Perspectives on Guns: A Sociology of Firearms for the 21st Century (by April 30, 2020)

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Announcement: PSA 2020 will not convene in Eugene due to the novel coronavirus

March 11, 2020 Message from the PSA Council Dear PSA Community, With very heavy hearts, the PSA Council has decided that our annual conference cannot convene as scheduled in Eugene this month. The health of participants and communities is first

January 2020 newsletter out now

Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Report out now

FY 2018-19 Annual report to Board and Members

PSA Fall 2019 Newsletter

The Pacific Sociologist, September 2019

Article in Sociological Perspectives nominated for international award

We are thrilled to announce that the article, “Intentional invisibility: Professional Women and the Navigation of Workplace Constraints” by Swethaa Ballakrishnen, Priya Fielding-Singh, and Devon Magliozzi, published in Sociological Perspectives Volume 62(1), has been nominated for the annual Rosabeth Moss

Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills, named Outstanding Professor

Dr. Katy Pinto is the 2019 recipient of the California State University, Dominguez Hills, Outstanding Professor Award.

PSA January-June 2018 Report

This report provides information on PSA’s programs, governance, and finances for this period.