Welcome to the ISA’s Research Committee
on the Sociology of Religion
ISA Forum of Sociology postponed to February 23-27
The 4th ISA Forum of Sociology has been postponed.
It will meet in Porto Alegre, Brazil, February 23-27, 2021.
Participant Registration has been extended to December 15, 2020
Full details of the postponement can be found in the ISA’s announcement: HERE.
These include other details about conference participation and
participants’ opportunity to modify their paper titles and abstracts.
About the Research Committee
The Research Committee on the Sociology of Religion (RC22) is the section of the International Sociological Association tasked with advancing theory and research in the sociology of religion, in the context of world sociology.
Formed in 1959, the Research Committee has set the following goals:
- to develop and support personal and institutional contacts between sociologists of religion throughout the world;
- to encourage the international dissemination and exchange of information on significant developments in the sociology of religion;
- to promote the development of scientific activities in the sociology of religion world-wide;
- to facilitate and promote international meetings and research in the field of the sociology of religion;
- to pay special attention to the development of the sociology of religion in countries without strong national support for the sub-discipline.
Membership in the Research Committee is open to all members of the International Sociological Association. Membership is also open to non-ISA members, though only ISA members get discounts on conference attendance, access to electronic journals, discounts on Sage Publications books, etc. Get details at our membership page.
RC-22 Statement of Opposition to the U.S. Restrictions on Visas and International Travel
31 January, 2017
The Board of the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on the Sociology of Religion expresses its opposition to the restrictions on international travel, visas, and immigration that have been imposed by the President of the United States and his administration. We join with many other scholarly associations to protest this restriction on the free movement of people and ideas across national borders. As scholars of religion, we particularly protest the unjust singling out of Muslims and the residents of Muslim majority countries. … [Click here to read the rest of the statement.]