ECSR is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization that promotes theoretically driven empirical research in Sociology.
The ECSR organizes yearly conferences and annual graduate schools. It offers visitor grants for graduate students and awards a yearly prize for the best PhD thesis among candidates from the ECSR member institutes. It provides funding to organize thematic conferences and network workshop.
The European Sociological Review (ESR) is the Consortium’s official journal.
- Christopher T. Whelan in memoriamChristopher T. Whelan, who served as Chair of the Board of the European Consortium for Sociological Research from 2009-2012, has died. Chris did a primary degree in Psychology at University College Dublin followed by an MSc in Sociology from the LSE and completed his doctorate in Sociology from the University of London. He joined the … Read more
- UkraineECSR and our community of European sociological scholars are devastated about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Our hearts are with the Ukrainian people and our colleagues. But, above the personal losses, the attack puts research infrastructure under high stress. Fieldwork is interrupted, and collected data is at risk of being forever lost. Support is needed … Read more
- ECSR Annual Conference6-8 July 2022 The European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR), together with the Institutions, Inequalities, and Life courses programme group and the Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies, are pleased to announce that the next three-day conference will be held at University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands from July 6 to July 8, 2022. The conference will be fully physical. The theme of … Read more
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