Join us in the Civil Rights Epicenter of Montgomery, Alabama for 2020 Alabama – Mississippi Sociological Association
Annual Conference.

Dear Sociologists, social science researchers, and all other leaders interested in the latest research and applications in social sciences including STEAM: Please join us in Montgomery, Alabama, for another exciting annual conference of the Alabama -Mississippi Sociological Association, at Alabama State University on Thursday, Feb 27th to Friday, Feb 28th, 2020. The conference expects more than 300 participants, well over 100 presentations, panels, posters, and workshops.


Call for Abstract

Deadaline for Submission January 20th, 2020


The current deadline for abstract submission is January 20th, 2020. Click the conference flyer on your right to access the 2020 A-MSA conference call for the abstract for individual and panel presentations, student research paper competition, and conference registration details.

Make the most of your time while attending the conference, by exploring the Civil Rights Epicenter of the Montgomery region including sites such as the Civil Rights Memorial Center, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, State Archives and History Museum of Alabama, Legacy Museum, and Museum of Fine Arts, among others. The River Region of Montgomery hosts exceptional hospitality, southern tradition, and renowned downtown eateries.


A-MSA 2019 Fall Edition of the Newsletter “Soc-Scribbles”

While we are preparing for the 2020 conference, the A-MSA Executive Committee also proudly announces the 2019 Fall Edition of the Newsletter “Soc-Scribbles.” It is completed and published. Click the image on your right –> to access the newsletter. The newsletter brings exciting news about the 2020 conference, social sciences challenges, Civil Rights, keynote personals, why A-MSA matters, the past, present and future of A-MSA, and the 2020 conference location, Montgomery Alabama, in general. We hope you will enjoy the 2019 edition.


Montgomery AL, Civil Rights, and A-MSA 2020 Conference

During your time at the 2020 A-MSA conference at Alabama State University in Montgomery, please visit some of the famous places around the city and enjoy your stay in the River Region of Montgomery, Alabama.

Civil Rights Memorial Center
Montgomery Alabama

Dexter Avenue King Memorial
Baptist Church

The Rosa Parks Library
and Museum

Freedom Rides Museum,
Montgomery Alabama

Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice

The United States
Civil Rights Trail

The State Archives and
History Museum

Museum of Fine Arts,
Montgomery Alabama

The First White House
of the Confederacy

Hank Williams Museum

Restaurants in Montgomery Alabama

Montgomery Zoo & Mann Wildlife Learning Museum