Research Committees

RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups



Established in 1992

Objectives

To establish contacts and to encourage collaboration among scholars working in the field of sociology of occupational/professional groups throughout the world; to encourage the international exchange of research findings in the sociology of occupational/professional groups.

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Board 2014-2018

President

Helena SERRA, New University Lisbon, Portugal (from July 2016)helena.serra@fcsh.unl.pt 
Ellen KUHLMANN, Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, Germany (until 2016)

Vice-President

Debby BONNIN, University of Pretoria, South Africa (from July 2016)
Mike SAKS, University Campus Suffolk, United Kingdom (until 2016)

Secretary-Treasurer

Jens-Christian SMEBY, Oslo University College, Norway, jens-christian.smeby@hioa.no

Board Members

Viola BURAU, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Teresa CARVALHO, University of Aveiro, Portugal (Associate member, President of ESA RN19 Professions) 
Florent CHAMPY, France
Mike DENT, Staffordshire University, United Kingdom 
Julia EVETTS, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (Honorary member) 
Elena IARSKAIA-SMIRNOVA, Russia
Lara MAESTRIPIERI, Italy (Representative of Early Career Researchers/PhD students and blog Manager)

Country Experts Advisory Group

Edgar BURNS, Latrobe University, Australia
Javier HERMO, Buenos Aires University, Argentina
Virendra P. SINGH, University of Allahabad, India

XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Program Coordinator: Helena SERRA, helena.serra@fcsh.unl.pt

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