Deadline for 2017 Couch-Stone Symposium approaching #sssi #sociology

Fellow interactionists:

The deadline for submitting paper proposals for the 2017 Couch-Stone Symposium is Oct. 31.

The conference will be held March 30-April 2 in Milwaukee in conjunction with the Midwest Sociological Society conference. Our theme is “21st Century Interactionism.”

The submission portal for both conferences is here:

https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mymeetingsavvy.com%2Fmss%2Fnewsubmission_mss.aspx&data=01%7C01%7Cdirk.vom_lehn%40kcl.ac.uk%7C82e6bf30fcb84de2eecb08d3f262097c%7C8370cf1416f34c16b83c724071654356%7C0&sdata=rCIhpMh9pLd72eblrFsIPa4k7mvhdl6ja%2FDDMTu%2FmwQ%3D&reserved=0

When you navigate to the list of research sessions, you will notice that 16 of them are designated Couch-Stone sessions. The portal doesn’t list the sessions organizers so here are the sessions with organizers listed:

Autobiographical Storytelling (Thomas DeGloma)

Collective Action, Collective Behavior (Daniel Martin)

Dennis Brissett Memorial Session: Sociology of Everyday Life (Janelle Wilson)

Internal Conversations (David Schweingruber)

Negotiated Orders (Stefan Timmermans)

Popular Culture (Deborah L. Burns)

Pragmatic Interaction (Peter Hall)

Public Sociology and Symbolic Interactionism (Michael Spivey)

Social Movements (Angie Carter)

Social Organization (Daniel Martin)

Social Problems (Joel Best)

Sociology of Emotions (Scott Harris)

Structural Symbolic Interactionism (Christopher Kelly & Shane Soboroff)

The Supernatural and Paranormal (Dennis Waskul & Marc Eaton)

Symbolic Interactionist Methods (Abdi Kusow)

Symbolic Interactionism: Theory & Research (Couch-Stone Symposium submissions that don’t fit another session) (David Schweingruber & Laurie Linhart)

You can address any questions or feedback to me or my co-organizer Laurie Linhart.

Best wishes,

Dave Schweingruber

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