BSA Annual Conference
- Date: Wednesday 23 April 2014
- Location: University of Leeds
- Type: Seminars
- Cost: Free
The 2014 annual conference promises to be dynamic, informative, inspiring and is definitely not to be missed.
Our themes are deliberately broad and all-encompassing, designed to appeal to the entire spectrum of sociologists and stimulate lively debate. You are at the heart of the discipline. Your voice is important. Join the finest scholars from across the globe to lead the debate. Policy makers are coming to hear what you – the people with real experience – have to say.
Who should attend?
Senior academics looking to engage in a lively, stimulating debate with peers and bright new stars.
Researchers looking to connect with like-minded colleagues.
Teachers looking for new ideas and inspiration.
Students looking and learn from experts and Postgraduates looking to present and get ideas on their research.
Policy-makers looking for scientific facts to back or steer their ideas or to develop new directions in policy.
Anyone looking to engage with the wider sociological community.
The aims of this conference are: to showcase the latest sociological research; to attract a concentration of international specialists in our major research fields; to provide a forum in which to discuss the teaching of sociology and the professional practice of being a sociologist; and to facilitate debate, networking and professional development opportunities.
The BSA annual conference is the primary annual conference for sociology in the UK with opportunities for everyone connected to the discipline.
See you there!
Location to be confirmed.