#SSSI Call for Session Proposals – Annual Meeting 2015

Dear SSSI members,

I have two announcements today:

The deadline to submit session proposals for our next annual conference in Chicago (2015) is coming up very soon, December 1. Please send a title, a short abstract describing your proposed session, and organizer contact information to Tony Puddephatt (apuddeph@lakeheadu.ca). Sessions addressing the conference theme “Symbolic Interaction and Public Sociology” are especially welcome but this is not a requirement. We also welcome suggestions for invited sessions, workshops, panel discussions and other events. The complete call with detailed information about the 2015 conference is attached.

[if !supportLists](2)  [endif]Here is a friendly reminder to please renew your SSSI membership, and subscription to Symbolic Interaction, for 2015. For online renewal, either reply to notifications from Wiley or go to:


If your status or income category has changed, we ask that you please adjust your membership category accordingly. Please also make sure to enter your current email address, update your mailing address, and list all first and middle names in the field titled “first name” to avoid system confusion.

 Thanks, and happy holidays to all.

 Maggie Kusenbach

President of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction

email: mkusenba@usf.edu

website: http://sociology.usf.edu

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The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI) is an international professional organization of scholars interested in the study of a wide range of social issues with an emphasis on identity, everyday practice, and language.
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