October 13-15. Nashville, TN.
Millennium Maxwell House Hotel.
Beyond Sundown: Sociologists Seeking Past Truths, Present Justice, And Possible Futures
Dr. Earl Wright II (Rhodes College): “Looking Back. Leading Forward!: MSSA in the 21st Century.”
CALL FOR PAPERS
EXTENDED Deadline for paper submissions is September 25, 2022
HOTEL BOOKING IS NOW AVAILABLE
Millennium Maxwell House Hotel
2025 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN 37228
Link for MSSA block rate booking.
Book by phone: 866-866-8086
Deadline to book under the MSSA block rate: October 1, 2022
2021-2022 BOARD MEMBERS
|Past President Tina Deshotels||Committee on Nominations Lauren Norman|
|Current President Shelly McGrath||Committee on the Profession Andrea Hunt|
|President-Elect Meredith Dye||Committee on Small & Community Colleges Ashraf Esmail|
|Vice President Nicola Davis Bivens||Women, Gender & Sexualities Committee Sarah Donley|
|Vice President-Elect Melencia Johnson||Spectrum Editor Kevin Breault|
|Secretary-Treasurer Erin Rider||Forum Editor Andrew Tatch|
|Committee on Membership Justin Martin||Technology Committee Ruth Chananie|
|Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities Kristie Perry|
Organizational Identity Statement
The Mid-South Sociological Association, Inc. (MSSA, Inc.), founded in 1975, is a 501-C-(3) non-profit organization providing both professional support to, and a forum for sociologists who teach, conduct research and reside in the Mid-South region of the US. Through its publications, annual conference, academic support and collegial networks, MSSA, Inc. promotes the advancement of sociological research, the diffusion of knowledge, innovative service and teaching. From its inception, MSSA, Inc has been and continues to be committed to mentoring and enabling the growth of the next generation of sociologists in the value of high-quality research and engagement, and ethical, professional service.
Organization Inclusion Statement
The Mid-South Sociological Association Inc. embraces diversity and promotes inclusion by recruiting, including, and valuing people of all races, genders and gender identities, sexualities, ethnicities, religions, economic and employment statuses, abilities, and other dimensions. The MSSA celebrates all expressions of diversity and identity and strives to provide an environment conducive to free expression of ideas without fear of judgment in any way. Moreover, the MSSA does not tolerate any action from any member or conference participant that encourages or promotes hatred and/or intolerance in any form. Further, to the extent that the Board determines that it is not detrimental to the best interests (financial and otherwise) of the association, the MSSA will use the economic power of the annual conferences and other activities to select locations and enter into agreements with businesses that have policies and practices that reflect the values of the MSSA.
Shelly McGrath, President