The American Sociological Association is committed to supporting sociologists working as contingent faculty. If you have a suggestion for a resource you would like to see posted on this page, please email Diego de los Rios at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Task Force on Contingent Faculty Report
ASA Council has approved the final report from the Task Force on Contingent Faculty. Members of the task force spent three years researching and analyzing data to better understand the dynamics and implications of the recent growth of contingent employment among sociologists and used this research to make recommendations. You can read the full report below.
Contingent Faculty Listserv
The listserv is a space where people can share and discuss resources, announcements, and thoughts on issues related to contingent faculty. This list open to anyone, regardless of their membership status.
To sign of up for the listserv, please follow these instructions:
- Send a message to email@example.com
- Leave the subject field blank
- In the body of the message, type: "subscribe ASA_contingent_faculty"
- Send the message
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Sociological Insights Videos
ASA has put together a number of videos highlighting sociological research that are great for in-class use. Click here to see the full collection.