The Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) is a professional association that promotes research, publication and teaching in Sociology in Canada.
Our membership comes mainly from sociology departments in Canadian universities, but there is a notable and welcome group from other social science departments, community colleges, from a wide range of non-academic settings (government, NGO, and private sector) and from abroad. The total membership is approximately 1,000.
Existing members (from 2010 to 2016): You will need to reset your password the first time that you login to Forum.
The Association would like to recognize the work of our francophone colleagues with an award dedicated to publications in French.
The Canadian Sociological Association is pleased to present this forum highlighting media coverage of Canadian Sociology.
Members are invited to be listed among the Association’s media contact list as well as promote their latest publications through this site. Terms and conditions apply. Please review before completing this form.
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NEW - May 2020
As part of the package of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) related reforms, the CSA’s membership form is an opportunity to assess the success of the CSA in attracting members who reflect the diversity of Canadian sociology, to develop initiatives to support members belonging to socially marginalized groups, and to resist the structures of inequality that govern our everyday lives. The data collected will be optional. We commit to reporting these data only in aggregate form that does not identify any members. We will use any data collected to improve programs and services to reflect the diversity of the membership as well as ensure representation within the governing bodies of the CSA.
Payment can be made by credit card or cheque and must be in Canadian funds.
All fees are subject to tax.
The full address (including Province) is required in order to calculate applicable taxes. The Canadian Sociological Association will not process membership registration or renewals until the full fee and taxes have been paid.