New York Univ.
Univ of Toronto
On Friday, August 19, at Seattle University, we had the pleasure of coordinating the tenth Junior Theorists’ Symposium (JTS). We think it prudent not only to celebrate this year’s event, but also to wax poetic about what we hope will be JTS’ long and vibrant future. Rather than having a continuous leadership, JTS relies on a stewardship model in which the power to select papers and assemble panels fully rotates from year to year. By nature of its design, therefore, JTS is constantly evolving, and is heterodox in “its” interests and emphases. We believe JTS is all the stronger for this.
2016 Junior Theorists’ Symposium
Only 10% Human: Gut Bugs and the Curious Prevalence of Autism Among Somali Refugees
The 2015 Junior Theorists’ Symposium
The 2016 Junior Theorists’ Symposium
Seattle, Washington, August 19, 2016
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 22, 2016
We invite submissions of extended abstracts for the 10th Junior Theorists Symposium (JTS), to be held in Seattle, WA on August 19th, 2016, the day before the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA). The JTS is a one-day conference featuring the work of up-and-coming sociologists, affiliated with the Theory Section of the ASA. Since 2005, the conference has brought together early career-stage sociologists who engage in theoretical work, broadly defined.
We are pleased to announce that Mounira Charrad (UT Austin), Ann Mische (Notre Dame), and Tukufu Zuberi (UPenn) will serve as discussants for this year's symposium. In addition, we are pleased to announce an after-panel on the relationship between theory and method featuring Christopher Bail (Duke), Tey Meadow (Harvard), Ashley Mears (Boston University), and Frederick Wherry (Yale).
The conference program for the 2015 JTS, hosted at the University of Chicago on August 21, 2015
The Use(fulness) of Theory
FALL 2022 Content
Letter from the Chair: "Theory as Translation"
"An Interview with Jordanna Matlon, author of A Man Among Other Men"
Book Symposium on A Man Among Other Men by Jordanna Matlon
Colonialism, Modernity and the Canon: An Interview with Gurminder K. Bhambra
Emerging Social Theorists Spotlight