American Sociological Association Call for Papers

November 29, 2000

American Sociological Association: 2001 Annual Meeting The 96th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA) will be held on Saturday through Tuesday, August 18-21, 2001 in Anaheim, California. A wide variety of sessions will be offered related to the theme chosen by ASA President Douglas Massey, "Cities of the Future." Members of the ASA and other interested individuals are invited to submit formal papers and informal topics to be considered for inclusion in the 2001 Annual Meeting Program.

The Call for Papers is posted on the ASA website at: www.asanet.org/convention/2001/call4papers.html The deadline for submission of papers is January 10, 2001.
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