Collective Behavior & Social Movements

Critical Mass is the newsletter of the Section of Collective Behavior and Social Movements. Please send all your ideas, feedback, and submissions to cbsmnews@gmail.com.

Critical Mass, Vol 46 (2)

The Summer 2021 edition of the Critical Mass Bulletin is out, and features a report from CBSM Chair Rachel Einwohner, a list of recent publications by section members, and importantly, “on-the-market” notices from junior social movement scholars. Get your PDF copy here: 

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Critical Mass, Vol 46 (1)

The Spring 2021 edition of the Critical Mass Bulletin is out, and features a report from CBSM Chair Rachel Einwohner, a list of recent publications by section members, a call for "on-the-market" notices from junior social movement scholars, and a directory of CBSM sessions at the upcoming meeting of ASA. Get your PDF copy here: 

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Critical Mass, Vol 45 (1)

The Spring 2020 edition of the Critical Mass Bulletin is out, and features rich original analyses, reports, and more. Get your PDF copy here: http://cbsm-asa.org/wp-admin/upload.php?item=1089

You can also find content from the 45-1 issue of Critical Mass Bulletin in the posted articles immediately following this one.

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Jobs, talks, PhD, and other opportunities

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Highlight your accomplishments for the job market!

Are you going on the sociology job market this year? Do you have students who are going on the market? The CBSM Section of the American Sociological Association (ASA) is publishing a special issue of Critical Mass to highlight the accomplishments of junior social movements scholars. The issue will be published in early August.

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Recent Publications

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New Books

Dromi, Shai M. 2020. Above the Fray: The Red Cross and the Making of the Humanitarian NGO Sector. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press (https://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/A/bo46479924.html)

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