Thank you to Envision Apparel Solutions, Inc. https://envisionapparel.com for their support in designing and producing the green bandanas for reproductive justice.
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The Pacific Sociological Association is committed to serving sociologists in our region–faculty, applied professionals, and students—by providing opportunities for networking and professional development designed to advance scholarly research, promote high-quality teaching and mentorship, and encourage applied sociology for the public good.
For more information on PSA, visit: The Pacific Sociological Association
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The UCSB Sociology Department supports Sociologists for Women in Society. Our highly ranked department is among the most diverse nationwide in terms of both professors and students. Our faculty includes internationally renowned scholars whose research and teaching have influenced intellectual developments that have changed the landscape of the discipline, including in the study of gender and sexualities, intersectional analysis of social phenomena, social movements as drivers of social and political change, and the “cultural turn” in Sociology. In 2022, the US News and World Report Guide to Graduate Departments ranked USCB Sociology 3rd nationwide in the subfield of Sex and Gender, and 10th in Sociology of Culture. Our other core areas of long-standing strength include Race, Ethnicity, and Nation; Global Sociology; and Conversation Analysis; and we are building specializations in Immigration and Demography; Environmental Sociology; Health and Medicine; and Justice, Law and Human Rights. Many of our faculty and graduates of our program model interdisciplinarity, social justice, and public-facing scholarship through their work. And we also have many faculty and graduate students active in SWS.
The Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at Tulane offers a broad interdisciplinary investigation of gender and sexuality as social, cultural, and political phenomena. The program offers a Major and Minor in addition to a Graduate Certificate.
Thank you to Tulane for sponsoring the panel:
Migrations and Sexualities: A Preview of the 2023 Winter Meeting in New Orleans
- Melanie Heath, SWS Co-President-Elect, McMaster University
- Mary Osirim, SWS Co-President-Elect, Bryn Mawr College
- Members from the Program Committee
- Ophra Leyser-Whalen (Chair), The University of Texas at El Paso
- Pallavi Banerjee, University of Calgary
- Paulina García-Del Moral, University of Guelph
- Alexis Grant-Panting, Texas Woman’s University
- Fumilayo Showers, University of Connecticut
- Amy Stone, Trinity University
- Members from the Local Arrangements Committee
- Andrea (Drea) S. Boyles (Chair), Tulane University
- D’Lane Compton, The University of New Orleans
- Annie McGlynn-Wright, Loyola University
- Lisa Wade, Tulane University