Endorsed by Curators:
Oberlin College Hosts the 5th Annual Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium on April 14th 2018. This year our theme is#sociology:as relevant as ever. The symposium will showcase the scholarly work of undergraduates from across the region with interests in sociology, criminology/criminal justice, gender studies, LQBTQI studies, Black studies, Pan-African studies, environmental studies, Latinx studies, Asian studies, as well as a range of other social sciences. The conference will provide students with an opportunity to present their work as part of a poster, panel, or roundtable session. We are dedicated to providing a friendly and supportive forum which students and faculty from a large number of colleges and universities can network and exchange ideas.
To submit, students need only prepare ashort abstract.We also encourage students to submit full papers to our paper competition (winnners will be announced at the meeting and receive a cash prize).
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Our keynote speaker this year is Dr. Stephen J. Scanlan, Associate Professor of Sociology at Ohio University. The title of his talk isSociology and Its Discontents: The Ongoing Significance, Persistence, and Necessity of the Sociological Imagination.
If you have any questions, please email us at NEOUSS@oberlin.edu.
The deadline for submissions are:
ABSTRACTS FOR PRESENTATIONS: February 8th, 2018
PAPERS FOR CONTEST: March 15th, 2018
Submit as PDF documents to NEOUSS@oberlin.edu