SSSI 2022 Awards – Call for Nominations

Dear Colleagues, 

As a reminder, the due date for nominations for 2022 awards is rapidly approaching. Please forward all award nominations to the appropriate committees by April 1, 2022. The list of awards and committees follows below:

Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

On behalf of the Executive Committee, I’m pleased to share with you that the nominations for the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction’s annual awards are now open. With the exception of the Cooley book award, all nominations are due to committee chairs by April 1, 2022. Please submit your nomination(s) directly to the relevant committee chair and committee members via email. Thank you to all of our committee chairs and members for their service in adjudicating these awards. 

Herbert Blumer Award for Best Graduate Student Paper in Symbolic Interaction

Chair:                  Alexander Hoppe – ahoppe2@gmx.com

Committee:       Lisa-Jo van den Scott – lvandenscott@mun.ca

                            Michaela DeSoucey – mdesoucey@ncsu.edu

Kathy Charmaz Early-in-Career Award

All nominations should include (a) a letter of nomination detailing the candidate’s contributions to symbolic interaction and most noteworthy research and publications thus far, (b) letters of support that address the award criteria, and (c) the candidate’s CV. 

Chair:                  Baptiste Brossard – baptiste.brossard@york.ac.uk

Committee:        Natalia Ruiz-Junco – ncr0007@auburn.edu

J. Sumerau – jsumerau@ut.edu

Charles Horton Cooley Award for Best Recent Book in Symbolic Interaction

Nomination deadline: March 4, 2022. Copies of the books must be received by the committee by the deadline. If you are submitting a nomination for the Cooley Award, please ensure that you contact the publisher as soon as possible to allow sufficient time for copies of the books reach the committee. Electronic copies are permitted and are preferable where shipping will cause delays.  Nominated books must have been published within the three preceding years of the award (i.e. between March 2019 and March 2022). 

Chair:                  Anne Rawls – ARawls@bentley.edu and Waverly Duck – wod1@pitt.edu

Committee:        Carole Gayet – carole_gayet@yahoo.fr

Clemens Eisenmann – clemens.eisenmann@uni-konstanz.de

Peter Manning – Manningpk@hotmail.com

Helena Lopata Award for Excellence in Mentoring

All nominations should include (a) a letter of nomination and, (b) multiple letters of support, ideally from people with different mentoring relations with the candidate, that testify to a sustained career of outstanding mentorship. 

Chair:                  Timothy Hallet – hallett9@indiana.edu

Committee:        Anne Groggel – Anne.Groggel@anu.edu.au 

Jelani Ince – jince@uw.edu 

 

George Herbert Mead Award for Lifetime Achievement in Symbolic Interaction

Mead award nominations should include (a) a letter of nomination from a current member of SSSI, (b) at least two letters of support, and (c) a current CV. 

Chair:                  E Doyle McCarthy – mccarthy@fordham.edu

Committee:        Gary Alan Fine – g-fine@northwestern.edu

Rebecca J. Erikson – rericks@uakron.edu

 

 

More information about the awards and criteria can be found at: http://symbolicinteraction.org/awards-distinctions/

Best wishes, 

Stacey Hannem

Secretary, SSSI

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