The Academy of Sociology maintains a moderated mailing list (email@example.com; homepage: https://www.listserv.dfn.de/sympa/info/as) where the following information can be distributed:
- Calls (conference contributions, conferences, etc.)
- Information on job vacancies
- Latest news and reports
The mailing list is open to members and non-members of the Academy. You can subscribe to it and send messages (in English or German).
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and enter as text in the subject line of your message: subscribe email@example.com First name Last name (For example, Max Weber would have registered with the following subject line: subscribe firstname.lastname@example.org Max Weber). You can leave the main body of your message empty. Next, you will receive a confirmation email to which you have to reply. This prevents you being registered without your knowledge and consent. Once the registration is complete, you will receive all future messages sent via the mailing list.
If you want to send an email via the mailing list:
We appreciate contributions that are relevant to the readership of the mailing list (in German or English). To send a message to the mailing list just send an email to: email@example.com. After approval by the moderator your original email, an "[AS]" will be automatically added to the subject line you specified and your message will be send to all recipients of the mailing list. Make sure you include an informative text in the subject line, e.g. "PhD-Position in Quantitative Methods, LMU Munich". You can also add attachments (e.g. job advertisements) to your e-mail (max. 1 MB).
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and enter the following text in the subject line of your message: unsubscribe email@example.com. Please leave the main body of the email empty. Make sure to send the email from the address that you used to subscribe to the mailing list in the first place.
Further Information about the functions of the mailing list can be found here (in German only).