The Book Exhibit will be held in Ballroom East located on Level 4. Name badges are required for entry to all meetings, exhibits, and functions.

Book Exhibit Hours

Thursday: 2:00pm-6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am-2:00pm

The Scholar’s Choice will again be managing the book exhibit at our conference taking place August 9-11, 2024. It may be possible for your recently-published book(s) to be included in their display. Please refer to the guidelines below:

Any members interested in having their book displayed at the upcoming SSSP meeting should contact their publisher as soon as possible to say they would like to see their book included in the display. Please keep in mind that the publishers pay a fee to display with The Scholar’s Choice and may not have the marketing budget necessary to honor all requests, particularly for older titles.

The Scholar’s Choice has a long and successful history of managing academic book exhibits and we’re looking forward to welcoming them back to our meeting!

The Scholar’s Choice
6300 West Port Bay Road
Suite 101
Wolcott, NY 14590

Committed to publishing the highest quality scholarship that addresses the global social challenges facing the world today, Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, collaborates with the Society for the Study of Social Problems by publishing their agendas for social justice and recent titles addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, including, Social Problems in the Age of COVID-19 Volumes and Global Agenda for Social Justice 2.

Publish with Bristol University Press

Bristol University Press aims to make a positive contribution from the advancement of ideas through to practical implementation. It provides an internationally respected platform for the global scholarly community to disseminate work that matters.

If you would like to discuss your new publishing projects in Sociology, please contact our editor Emily Ross (

Don’t forget to visit our Bristol University Press SSSP24 stand at the exhibition hall to find all the book and journal highlights, including information about the newly launched information about our key series in Sociology and our new non-profit and fully Open Access Global Social Challenges Journal.

Conference Discount

All Sociology books are offered at a 50% discount for the duration of the SSSP conference. Use code CNF24 at the checkout at:

Kersplebedeb is pleased to join the 74th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems! Kersplebedeb is an independent, radical publisher and distributor of left-wing literature, based in Montreal since 1998. The project has a non-­exclusive focus on anti-­patriarchal and anti-­imperialist politics, framed within an anticapitalist perspective. We distribute a wide range of perspectives, including anarchist, communist, feminist, anticolonial, and anti-racist texts, on a non-sectarian basis and in the spirit of mutual respect and learning. Check us out at!

Parallel Cultures is a non-profit organization that focuses on promoting cultural knowledge, enhancing self-awareness, and providing educational opportunities for vulnerable K-12 student populations. We achieve this through workshops, activities, and curriculum centered around the cultures and histories of Africa and the African Diaspora.

Parallel Cultures’mission is to Illuminate new possibilities, Enrich cultural awareness, and Inspire a generation of successful global citizens. Parallel Cultures offers these workshops and activities for free to students, ensuring that all children have access to cultural education regardless of their background or financial status.

Parallel Cultures also provides educational resources for teachers, including lesson plans and curriculum materials centered around African and African Diaspora cultures. We offer professional development opportunities for educators, equipping them with the knowledge and tools to effectively teach about these cultures.

Parallel Cultures is part of a global network of activists, organizers, and social entrepreneurs in the African Diaspora. The products featured at our #ShopPCbooth spotlight social entrepreneurship, resistance and sustainability in the African Diaspora. All proceeds from purchases contribute to the mission of Parallel Cultures as well as our featured Partners. Learn

Parallel Cultures #ShopPC SSSP Hours:
Thursday- TBD
Friday- 11am-4pm