Awards Emotion Section

ASA's Sociology of Emotions Section’s Recent Contribution Award 

Nominations are being sought for the most outstanding article published in the last two years that advances the sociology of emotions empirically, theoretically, or methodologically. To submit a nomination, please send a PDF file of the paper to Amy Wharton (wharton@vancouver.wsu.edu) by March 1, 2013.

ASA’s Sociology of Emotions Section’s Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award

Nominations are being sought for the most outstanding, article-length graduate student paper that contributes to the sociology of emotions empirically, theoretically, or methodologically. Authors of eligible papers must be graduate students at the time of the paper's submission. Multiple-authored papers are eligible for the award if all authors are graduate students. Papers that have been accepted for publication at the time of nomination are not eligible. To submit a nomination, please send a PDF file of the paper to Miliann Kang (miliannkang@gmail.com). Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2013.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Awarded to a member of the Section with a record of several years of scholarly work of exceptional merit and who has developed and extended the sociology of emotions empirically, theoretically, or methodologically.

2012 Committee: Brian Powell, Indiana University (Chair) Will Kalkoff, Kent State University
Doug Schrock, Florida State University Amy Wharton, Washington State University

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