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Racial & Ethnic Relations

The ASA’s TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology) is soliciting teaching materials for the subject area of Racial & Ethnic Relations. This area is relatively well-represented in terms of syllabi for basic sociology of racial and ethnic relations courses (although post-2010 undergraduate and graduate syllabi are needed). It is under-represented, or not represented at all, in terms of contemporary ethnic groups, Hispanic immigration, antiracist education, whiteness studies, critical race theory, and other recent developments in the field. All submissions are welcome, including syllabi, pedagogical essays, class activities and exercises, PowerPoints, lectures, annotated film lists, and bibliography raisonnés. Submissions from graduate student instructors and junior faculty are welcomed. Publications in TRAILS are peer-reviewed. Guidelines and instructions for submitting teaching materials are available on the ASA TRAILS website trails


Marxist Sociology

The ASA’s TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology) is soliciting teaching materials for the subject area of Marxist Sociology. This area is relatively well-represented in terms of syllabi for Marxist Sociology courses prior to 2011. It is not represented at all in terms of post-2010 undergraduate and graduate syllabi, pedagogical essays, class activities and exercises, PowerPoints, lectures, annotated film lists, and bibliography raisonnés. All submissions are welcome, including those from graduate student instructors and junior faculty. Publications in TRAILS are peer-reviewed. Guidelines and instructions for submitting teaching materials are available on the ASA TRAILS website trails


Stratification/Mobility

The ASA’s TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology) is soliciting teaching materials for the subject area of Stratification/Mobility. This area has published only four post-2010 resources. Much needed are undergraduate and graduate syllabi, pedagogical essays, class activities and exercises, PowerPoints, lectures, annotated film lists, and bibliography raisonnés. Teaching materials on recent trends in 1) wealth and poverty by race, class, and sex, 2) deindustrialization and disinvestment, 3) uneven development, and 4) mobility prospects would be of interest. All submissions are welcome, including those from graduate student instructors and junior faculty. Publications in TRAILS are peer-reviewed. Guidelines and instructions for submitting teaching materials are available on the ASA TRAILS website trails

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