Welcome to the Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster

The Political Sociology and Social Movements (PSSM) Research Cluster is looking to connect political sociologists and social movements researchers working in Canada and beyond. Building upon the 10-year long affiliation with the CSA of the Canadian Network for the Study of Identities, Mobilization, and Conflict (also known as “the Network”), the PSSM hopes to expand beyond social movements and nationalism scholars to include sociologists who engage with issues pertaining to the state and politics, broadly defined.

The 2015 CSA Call for Sessions is now open ! http://www.csa-scs.ca/files/webapps/csapress/annual-conferences/call-for-sessions/

If you have an idea about a session you would like to organize, but need some help, please feel free to contact me. The deadline to submit the session proposal is October 31, 2014.

We stay in touch via our Cluster email list, which also distributes various useful info about the jobs and recent publications. To join, please email Thomas Crosbie at  thomas.crosbie@yale.edu

We look forward to seeing you all in Ottawa!

Dr. Djordje (George) Stefanovic, Assistant Professor,

Department of Sociology and Criminology, Saint Mary’s University

923 Robie Street, Halifax, NS B3H 3C3, Canada

Phone: (1) (902) 491-6206

Fax:  (1) (902) 420-5121

E-mail (Main): djordje.stefanovic@smu.ca

About Thomas Crosbie

Thomas Crosbie is a Newfoundland-born political sociologist. His dissertation (Yale, 2014) was titled 'Democratic Oversight and Military Autonomy: The U.S. Army’s Management of American Journalism, 1939-2004'. He's currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Research on Military Organization at the University of Maryland.
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