Sociological Futures Book Series
Our first three titles launched at the BSA Annual Conference 2016!
An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology? Trends and Challenges in Social Research, edited by Linda McKie and Louise Ryan
Drinking Dilemmas: Space, Culture and Identity, edited by Thomas Thurnell-Read
Bourdieu: The Next Generation: The Development of Bourdieu's Intellectual Heritage in Contemporary UK Sociology, edited by Jenny Thatcher, Nicola Ingram, Ciaran Burke, and Jessie Abrahams
Sociological Futures is a BSA-Routledge book series for monographs and edited collections.
This peer reviewed book series is inspired by the vibrant wealth of BSA events and presentations. It aims to enable the fruits of these events to reach a wider audience and offers a new publishing outlet for sociologists at all career and publishing stages, from the well-established to emerging sociologists, BSA or non-BSA members, from all parts of the world.
Sociological Futures is interested in focused proposals for monographs and edited collections that feature contemporary work that is theoretically and methodologically innovative, has local or global reach, as well as work that engages or reengages with classic debates in sociology bringing new perspectives to important and relevant topics.
Edited by a team of experienced researchers, Sociological Futures aims to be a flagship for new and innovative theories and approaches to ‘the social’ in the 21st century.
Have an idea for a book?
We accept proposals at any time: there is no deadline. Download the book proposal form for more details.
Contact BSA Publications Officer Alison Danforth to discuss your proposal.
- Eileen Green, Professor Emerita, Teesside University
- John Horne, Professor of Sport and Sociology, University of Central Lancashire
- Caroline Oliver, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Roehampton University
- Louise Ryan, Professor of Sociology, University of Sheffield