Research Committees

RC16 Sociological Theory



Objectives

The goal of the RC in Sociological Theory is to organize open interrelationship among its various schools, helping resolve its recurring crises and define its future prospects.

Board 2014-2018

Co-Chairs Patrick BAERT, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, pjnb100@cam.ac.uk
Agnes KU, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, soagnes@ust.hk
Secretary/treasurer Bradley WEST, University of South Australia, Australia, brad.west@unisa.edu.au
Newsletter Editor Erik SCHNEIDERHAN, University of Toronto, Canada, e.schneiderhan@utoronto.ca
Daniel SILVER, University of Toronto, Canada
Board Jeffrey ALEXANDER, Yale University, USA (resigned 2016)
Craig BROWNE, Sydney University, Australia
Fuyuki KURASAWA, York University, Canada
Martina LOEW, Free University Berlin, Germany
Hans-Peter MUELLER, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Philip SMITH, Yale University, USA
Lynette SPILLMAN, University of Notre Dame, USA
Frederic VANDENBERGHE, Univesidade Estatal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gilles VERPRAET, Ecole de Hautes etudes en Sciences Sociales, France
Ronald JACOBS, ex-officio
Giuseppe SCIORTINO, ex-officio

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