News and Announcements
  • We regret to announce that the 2011 HMSS Seminar scheduled for 9-11 August has
    been cancelled.

  • Sociological Origins welcomes Deborah Ruigh as a new Graduate Assistant Editor.

  • ProQuest now distributes Sociological Origins online via ProQuest Social Science
    Journals, ProQuest Sociology, and ProQuest Research Library.

  • Mary Jo Deegan, Professor of Sociology in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a
    frequent contributor to this Journal was presented with the 2008 Robin Williams, Jr.
    Award for Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship, Teaching and Service by the
    American Sociological Association Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict during
    ceremonies in Boston.

  • Mary Jo Deegan, Professor of Sociology in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was
    presented with the 2007 Harriet Martineau Sociological Society Award for her many
    Contributions to the History of Early Women Sociologists.  The award was presented in
    ceremonies during the 2007 HMSS International Working Seminar at the National
    University of Ireland, Maynooth

  • Sociological Origins is honored to announce its selection and licensing for worldwide
    electronic distribution as part of a new full-text Sociology database marketed by EBSCO
    Publishing of Ipswich, Massachusetts, a leading provider of online databases for
    academic libraries. Articles appearing in Sociological Origins will soon be identifiable via
    keyword searches and be downloadable as PDF documents by patrons of subscribing
    libraries throughout the developed world and (thanks to generous philanthropic grants to
    EBSCO) by scholars in all college and university libraries in these additional countries:
    Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana,
    Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti,
    Kazakhstan, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malawi, Moldova, Mongolia,
    Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,
    South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Zambia, and
    Zimbabwe.  We are excited by this international development.

  •  November 4, 2005:  Celebrate the centenary of Nebraska's first Ph.D. in sociology.   
    Mary Jo Deegan and Miichael R. Hill will present a colloquium on the 1905 doctoral
    work of Anderson William Clark.  12:30 P.M., Oldfather Hall, Room 707, on the city
    campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  For more information, contact:      Read the related press release. [PDF 330KB]

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