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Call for Books for the 2023 Annual Meeting – Author Meets Critics Sessions
Author Meets Critic Sessions are designed to bring authors of recent books considered to be important contributions to the study of social problems and the advancement of social justice together with discussants chosen to provide different viewpoints. Only books published in 2021 or 2022 are eligible for nomination. You must be a current SSSP member to submit a nomination. Self-nominations are not accepted. At the discretion of the Program Chair, the Committee may invite authors whose work is particularly relevant to the year’s theme, “Same Problem, Different Day: Recognizing and Responding to Recurring Social Problems.”
Author Meets Critics Session proposals must be submitted to the Program Chair by December 15, 2022.
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