Call for 2022 Community & Urban Soc. Awards

Below are the 2022 award calls for the CUSS section. All award submissions are due March 1st. Please contact the committee chair with any questions regarding any of these awards. This call is also posted on the section website – https://www.asanet.org/communities-sections/sections/section-award-nomination-calls#communityandurbansociology

Jean Beaman

Community and Urban Sociology Section’s Robert E. Park Award
The Park award (formerly the Park Book Award) goes to the author(s) of the best book published in the past 2 years (2020/2021). Please send nomination or self-nomination letters to the award committee co-chairs via email. Also, mail a hard copy of the book to each committee member.

Committee chair: Marco Garrido, U of Chicago, garrido@uchicago.edu (last year’s winner)
4715 S. Greenwood Ave., Unit 2, Chicago, IL 60615 (also wants electronic copies)

Zachary Levenson, U of North Carolina-Greensboro, zblevens@uncg.edu
108 Berkshire St, Greensboro, NC 27403

Ryan Center, London School of Economics, R.O.Centner@lse.ac.uk 
8 Canal Mill Apartments, Laburnum Street, Haggerston E2 8FY, London, England

Walter J. Nicholls, UC-Irvine, wnicholl@uci.edu
4843 Algoma Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90041


Community and Urban Sociology Section’s Jane Addams Article Award
The Jane Addams Award (formerly the Park Article Award) goes to authors of the best scholarly article in community and urban sociology published in the past 2 years (2020/2021). Please send nomination or self-nomination letters and publications to the award committee chair via email.

Community and Urban Sociology Graduate Student Paper Award
The CUSS Student Paper award goes to the student author of the paper the committee regards as the best graduate student paper in community and urban sociology. Please send nomination or self-nomination letters and publications to the award committee chair via email.

Community and Urban Sociology Section’s Robert and Helen Lynd Award for Lifetime Achievement
This award recognizes distinguished career achievement in community and urban sociology. No self-nominations for this award. Please send nomination letters to the award committee chair via email.

Community and Urban Sociology Section’s Excellence in Teaching in Community and Urban Sociology (new award in 2022) – This award recognizes members who are outstanding teachers in the field. Please send nomination or self-nomination letters to the award committee chair via email.

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