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The Australian National University

School of Sociology Seminar Series

The School of Sociology Seminar Series attracts Australia's — and the world's — finest sociological scholars, and is a core activity in the School's thriving social and intellectual life. The seminar series offers a constructive though supportive and erudite environment for the dissemination of both preliminary and developed research ideas. Seminars generate healthy audiences and lively discussion, and provide opportunities for developing research synergies and the sociological perspective.


Sociology seminars take place in The Larry Saha Room, Level 2, Haydon-Allen Building, ANU during term-time. They ordinarily run on Mondays from 12.00–1:00pm, although sessions will be periodically scheduled on Thursdays from 4:30–6.00pm, with an informal social event taking place after the seminar.


If you wish to have a paper considered for the series, please send a title, abstract, brief biography and preferred presentation date to the seminar coordinator, Associate Professor Paul K. Jones.

Upcoming Sociology Seminars

The School of Sociology Seminar Series is held every Monday between 12.00-1.00pm (unless otherwise stated) during Semester.

Semester 2 2017

Download the School of Sociology Seminar Series: Semester 2 2017 Program


No Sociology seminars are currently scheduled. Details of future series will be posted as they become available.

Updated: 22 September 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head of School / Page Contact:  Web Publisher