The Sociological Review Foundation supports a diverse programme of events aimed at different audiences both within and outside academia.
The Sociological Review Annual Lecture, Conferences and Symposia
Each year, the Sociological Review Foundation organises the Sociological Review Annual Lecture, conferences and symposia that bring together established and new researchers in any area of sociology. As part of our remit to make sociology available to wider audiences, we make debates and events public on our website and through social media.
The Sociological Review Seminar Series
Each year, the Sociological Review Foundation funds one research seminar series (consisting of three seminars) and two research symposia that bring together established and new researchers to share and produce imaginative cutting-edge work of sociological significance. We seek proposals that involve collaborations across institutions and disciplines and welcome those that connect to wider communities and the arts. Read more.
Events for Early Career Researchers
The Sociological Review Foundation organises a number of specialist workshops for Early Career Researchers each year, aimed at improving their research and writing skills, and developing their academic careers. Read more.
Additionally, and subject to available funds, the Sociological Review Foundation supports “rapid response” workshops and seminars that seek to make sense of unforeseen societal and political events.
Details of our rolling programme of events can be found here.