Donors

List of Donors (Aug. 21, 2019):

Anonymous Doners
An, Weihua
Bian, Yanjie
Burt, Ronald S.
Cai, Tianji
Chang, Ying-Hwa
Chen, Chih-Jou Jay
Chen, Feinian
Chen, Wenhong
Chen, Yunsong
Chen, Zongshi
Clark, Jay
Cross, Jennifer Moren
Davis, Deborah and Michael Friedmann
Fu, Qiang
Fu, Yang-chih Fu
Gao, Bai, and Hongqiu Yang
Hsung, Ray-may
Hu, Anning
Jiang, Xiangxue
Ju, Guodong
Lai, Gina
Lee, Hangyoung
Li, Angran
Lin, Thung-Hong
Liu, Weifeng
Lu, Hanlong
Luo, Ye
Martin, Nathan Douglas
McDonald, Steve
Min, Zuntao
Quesnel-Vallee, Amelie
Pan, Yu
Ruan, Danching
Shu, Xiaoling
Son, Joonmo
Song, Lijun
Spenner, Kenneth I and Barbara Thornton Spenner
Sun, Xiulin
Tian, Feng
Wellman, Barry and Beverly S. Wellman
Wen, Fangqi
Wen, Ming
Wu, Jieh-min
Wu, Xiaogang
Xu, Bin
Yang, Song
Yang, Yiqing
Ye, Xiaolan
Yeung, Wei-Jun Jean
Yi, Chin-Chun
Zhang, Baiyang
Zhang, Guodong
Zhang, Liangliang
Zhao,Wei
Zheng, Lu
Zhou, Min
Zhou, Xueguang
Zhou, Yi
Zhu, Xiumei
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2019 ICSA Annual Conference – Final Programme

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

Time Details Venue
8:10 – 8:40 Registration Atrium
8:40 – 9:00 Welcome and Opening Speech

Prof. Joanna Waley-Cohen, Provost, NYU Shanghai and Silver Professor of History, NYU

and Prof. Xiaogang Wu, President of ICSA,  Chair Professor of Social Science, HKUST

Auditorium
9:00 – 9:45 Keynote Address

Prof. Deborah Davis, Yale University

Auditorium
9:45 – 10:15 Coffee Break and Group Photo Taking Atrium
10:15 – 11:35 Parallel Sessions

1.1 (Im)migration and Marriage

1.2 Internet and Social Media

1.3 Intergenerational Relationship and Transmission

1.4 Values and Attitudes

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Room 324

11:35 – 13: 00 Lunch Atrium
13:00 – 14:20 Parallel Sessions

2.1 Health and Well-being

2.2 Gender and Sexuality

2.3 International Migration

2.4 Marriage and the Family

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Room 324

14:20 – 14:30 Coffee Break Atrium
14:30 – 15:50 Parallel Sessions

3.1 Governance and Civil Society

3.2 Educational Stratification

3.3 Population Aging

3.4 Organizations, Social Movements, and Social Change

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Room 324

15:50 – 16:00 Coffee Break Atrium
16:00 – 17:20 Parallel Sessions

4.1 Housing and Home Ownership

4.2 Migration, Urbanization and Development

4.3 Cultural Sociology

4.4 Social Capital and Cultural Capital

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Room 324

17:20-17:30 Coffee Break Atrium
17:30- 18:10 Plenary Session

Current and Future Development of ICSA

Fund Raising and Other Annoucement

Presentation of Nan Lin Student Paper Awards

Auditorium
18:30 – 20:00 Conference Dinner Chatam Square

End of Conference

Please click here for the full Programme.

2019 ICSA Annual Conference – Provisional Programme

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

Time

Details

Venue

8:10 – 8:40 Registration Atrium
8:40 – 9:00 Welcome and Opening Speech

Prof. Joanna Waley-Cohen, Provost, NYU Shanghai and Silver Professor of History, NYU

and Prof. Xiaogang Wu, HKUST, President of ICSA

Auditorium
9:00 – 9:45 Keynote Address

Prof. Deborah Davis, Yale University

Auditorium
9:45 – 10:15 Coffee Break and Group Photo Taking Atrium
10:15 – 11:35 Parallel Sessions

1.1 (Im)migration and Marriage

1.2 Internet and Social Media

1.3 Intergenerational Relationship and Transmission

1.4 Values and Attitudes

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Portrait Room

11:35 – 13: 00 Lunch Atrium
13:00 – 14:20 Parallel Sessions

2.1 Health and Well-being

2.2 Gender and Sexuality

2.3 International Migration

2.4 Marriage and the Family

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Portrait Room

14:20 – 14:30 Coffee Break Atrium
14:30 – 15:50 Parallel Sessions

3.1 Governance and Civil Society

3.2 Educational Stratification

3.3 Population Aging

3.4 Organizations, Social Movements, and Social Change

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Portrait Room

15:50 – 16:00 Coffee Break Atrium
16:00 – 17:20 Parallel Sessions

4.1 Housing and Home Ownership

4.2 Migration, Urbanization and Development

4.3 Cultural Sociology

4.4 Social Capital and Cultural Capital

 

Auditorium

Room 607

Room 701

Portrait Room

17:20-17:30 Coffee Break Atrium
17:30- 18:10 Plenary Session

Presentation of Nan Lin Student Paper Awards,

Fund Raising and Other Annoucement

Auditorium
18:30 – 20:00 Conference Dinner Chatam Square

End of Conference

 

Please click here for the full Programme.

2019 ICSA Conference Call for Papers

Call for Papers —2019 International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) Annual Conference 

New York ● August 9, 2019

Deadline for Submissions: May 12, 2019

We are pleased to announce that the Annual Conference of the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) will be held on August 9th, 2019 in New York, preceding the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association on August 10-13 in New York City. The conference will be held at New York University and partially sponsored by the New York University Shanghai Provost Office in New York City (Contact point: Patty Mouzakitis, pr46@nyu.edu, 4 East 4th Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 3003, New York, NY 10012).

The International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) was renamed in 2018 from the North American Chinese Sociologists Association (NACSA), a nonprofit organization established in 1981 to promote social scientific research on Chinese societies, cultures, and populations in the world. ICSA will continue to NACSA’s missions through organizing research symposiums and annual conferences to facilitate the interaction and collaboration between scholars in North American and scholars in the Greater China Region and elsewhere.

The program committee (Xiaogang Wu [HKUST, Chair], Siwei Cheng [NYU sociology], Sebastian Cherng [NYU Steinhardt], Lijun Song [Vanderbilt], Yao Lu [Columbia], Bei Wu [NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing], Duoduo Xu [HKUST]) welcomes submissions on the topics of interest to the ICSA members, including but not limited to 1) community and local governance; 2) education; 3) gender, marriage and family; 4) health and well-being; 5) migration, urbanization and development; 6) stratification and inequalities; 7) culture and value changes; 8) organizations and social movements. Papers offering comparative perspectives on are particularly welcome. Both complete papers and extended paper abstracts in English will be considered. Paper abstracts must contain sufficient details to suggest timely completion (normally, 5 pages or more). Please provide all authors’ names, organizational affiliations, and email addresses.

Graduate students are invited to compete for the ICSA 2019 Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award. The Award Committee consists of Dr. Zai Liang [SUNY Albany], Dr. Feinian Chen [U Maryland], and Dr. Anning Hu [Fudan U]). One paper (published or unpublished) will be selected and the award will be announced and presented with a plaque and a check of USD 500 at the conference dinner or reception.

Papers to be considered for the Nan Lin Paper Award must be (1) authored by student(s) only, (2) in English, and (3) to be presented at the 2019 ICSA Conference. Student status must be valid as of the end of Spring 2019. Only complete papers will be considered. Please mark *Nan Lin Paper Award* in the Subject Area when submitting online.

Instructions for Paper Submissions

The ICSA Paper Submission Information Submission Site is available on March 10th at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ICSA2019. The submission deadline is May 12th, 2019. In the event of any technical difficulties, submissions may be emailed to Shaoping She (spshe@ust.hk). For general enquiries, please contact Maggie Ku (icsa@caser.ust.hk).

Please note that conference participation requires membership in the ICSA. If you are not an active member yet, please become a member first through this link: https://nacsainfo11.wordpress.com/membership/. Subject to members’ approval, effective on July 1, 2019, the membership fees will be doubled: $10 for student memberships, $30 for regular membership fee, and $600 for the lifetime membership fee.

Pre-registered conference participants can stay in hotels near the NYU campus at a discount price (https://www.nyu.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/visit-nyu/hotels-discounts.html).

Important Dates

March 10, 2019: On-line submission site opens.

May 12, 2019: Submission deadline.

May 26, 2019: Formal acceptance letters distributed for visa applications.

June 30, 2019: Provisional program available on the website.

July 14, 2019: Full papers due to organizers/presiders/discussants.

August 9, 2019: Conference

 

Selected papers presented in the conference will be invited for submission to the following peer review journals:

  1. Chinese Journal of Sociology (CJS) (eISSN: 20571518 | ISSN: 2057150X), founded in 2015 and published by SAGE, is a peer-reviewed, international journal issued by Shanghai University and co-sponsored with Princeton’s Center on Contemporary China (CCC), with an aim to building an academic platform for in-depth discussion of the issues facing contemporary Chinese society from the sociological perspectives.
  2. China Review (ISSN: 16802012), published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong, is the only China-based English journal devoted to the study of Greater China and its people. The journal’s SSCI Impact Factor 0.694 in 2017, being ranked in Q2, 32/68 in area studies.
  3. Chinese Sociological Review (CSR) (Print ISSN: 2162-0555 Online ISSN: 2162-0563), founded in 1968, now published by Taylor & Francis Inc. 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106. The journal’s SSCI impact factor is 2.3 in 2017, being ranked in Q1, 21/146 in sociology.

 

CJS     TCR     CSR