Upcoming Opportunities

The current Editors of Current Sociology, Karim Murji and Sarah Neal, will complete their term of service at the end of June 2024. The ISA is now seeking expressions of interest for this position. The new editor (or editors) will take on responsibilities from July 2024. The term of office is three years, with the possibility of renewal (for two years, plus a further two years). Below is further information on the journal, the asks associated with the editorship, and instructions on how to submit your expression of interest. Expressions by 15 February 2024Read More.


Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Social and Environmental Sustainability (School of Language, Social and Political Sciences, University of Canterbury). Applications close 18 February 2024Read More.


PhD summaries
As of 2024, New Zealand Sociology intends to annually publish summaries of recently completed PhD theses to showcase and add visibility to the wide range of sociological scholarship being generated by emerging researchers in Aotearoa New Zealand.

We now invite all PhD candidates or graduates who have graduated and/or successfully defended their PhD dissertation in the year 2023 to submit a summary to New Zealand Sociology. The summaries will be published in Volume 39, Issue 1, in March 2024.

Summaries are due by 10 February 2024.

Please see the flyer for details.