The Southern Sociologist Volume 52 Number 4 is out now!

The Executive Office is pleased to announce that TSS Volume 52 Number 4 is now available! Volume 52 Number 4 can be found on our website here. Check out this issue to find: a letter from SSS President Adia Harvey Wingfield, a Grad Column piece on the pandemic and job market trends, Lisa Conley writing on … Read more

The Southern Sociologist Newsletter is Seeking Submissions

Hello SSS Community! Do you have any news regarding recent publications, awards, nominations, promotions, grants/fellowships, social activism, media appearances, retirement, or any other great professional news? Have it featured in our next TSS newsletter! Please submit your accomplishments this form by Thursday, February 10th! If you have questions, please email me directly at manuel.ramirez@uconn.edu. Best, Manuel A. Ramirez, … Read more

Call for Submissions – The Southern Sociologist Teaching Corner

Call for Submissions – TSS Teaching Corner

Do you have teaching tips, strategies, activities, or tools you want to share?  Write a short column for the Teaching Corner!

Teaching corner offers faculty and graduate students the opportunity to share a short teaching strategy or tool with their peers through the quarterly newsletter of The Southern Sociologist (approximately 1,000 words).

Teaching Corner focuses on effective teaching strategies/methodologies, tools, or activities used in the classroom to engage students. In addition to teaching strategy/methods pieces, the column historically also contained some writings on teaching experiences and departmental teaching-related issues/concerns. This piece can be something you are exploring for later publication in Teaching Sociology or something far less research oriented but still important!

You can find the newsletter here: www.southernsociologicalsociety.org/TSS.html

If you want more information, email Sarah E. Cribbs, Teaching Corner editor, at SarahCribbs@rmc.edu