The BSA Scottish Studies Group is in need of new convenors who can take the Group forward.
Scottish sociology includes a broad range of interests, topics and study areas and one of the challenges for this Study Group is to find and exploit the common themes that bring diverse Scottish sociologists (and students of sociology in Scotland) together. Is there anything distinctive about sociology in Scotland, or in the way sociology is practiced north of the border (with England)? Do Scottish sociologists approach their research in the same way as British or English sociologists? Or should Scottish sociology focus on the identity of Scotland, and how it is changing?
If you are interested in joining the current convenors, or would like to create a new team, then please contact Liz Dinnie by Friday, 3 March 2017 to discuss further. Please note: you must be a fully paid up member of the BSA to become a study group convenor.