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XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology – Power, Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities

Connect with SAGE during the ISA World Congress 15-21 July, Toronto, Canada. Whether you are attending or not, bookmark this page today to find the latest news, events and free content across our portfolio of journals, books and digital products.

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Key events at the ISA World Congress 

For the full conference programme, visit the ISA conference website.

Monday 16 July

19:30-20.50 ISA Print Publications, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)

Tuesday 17 July

12:30-13.30 Meet the Editor, The Sociological Review, SAGE Booth #10, Exhibition Hall

13:30-14.30 Meet the Editor, Irish Journal of Sociology, SAGE Booth #10, Exhibition Hall

19:30-20:50 ISA Publications in Digital Worlds, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)

Wednesday 18 July

12:30-13:30 Meet the Editor, Work, Employment and Society, SAGE Booth #10 Exhibition Hall

19:30-20:50 Publishing for Publics, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)

Thursday 19 July

12:30-13:30 Meet the Editor, Sociology, SAGE Booth #10 Exhibition Hall

19:30-20:50 Making Connections: Bridging Generations, 501 (MTCC SOUTH BUILDING)


Articles from the ISA journals

Journal News and Announcements 

Save the date! TASA will be hosting the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne, 24-30 July 2022.


Journal Articles of Interest: 


After Charlottesville by Rashawn Ray, et al 


Making Protest Great Again by Michael T. Heaney  


Journal Special Issues:

Books & Reference Titles: 

Facing An Unequal World

Facing An Unequal World by Raquel Sosa Elizaga

Understanding Conflict Resolution 5e

The SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations by Andreas Gofas, 
Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Nicholas Onuf

Childhood, Culture and Society

Childhood, Culture and Society by Michael Wyness

After Capital

After Capital by Couze Venn

Social Scientific Research

Social Scientific Research by Dawn Brancati

Social Changes in a Global World

Social Changes in a Global World by Ulrike Schuerkens

The Data Gaze

The Data Gaze by David Beer  




Digital Products: 

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