Mathematical sociologists use the language of mathematics to describe the structure, explain the events, and predict the dynamics of the social world. The effort is a inter-disciplinary, with contributions from physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists, psychologists, economists, etc.
   
 
NEWS
 
   
 

Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Mathematical Sociology newsletter now available
12/20/2013

The new issue of The Mathematical Sociologist is now available for download.

Call for Papers: The Journal of Gerontology: The Social Sciences
8/14/2013

The Journal of Gerontology is requesting papers for a special edition on social networks, edited by editor-in-chief Merril Silverstein, Benjamin Cornwell (Cornell University), and Christopher Marcum (NIH). Please see the information brief for more.

   
 
OLDER NEWS
 
   
 

Mathematial Sociology Section Databank now available
8/5/2013

The Mathematical Sociology section data depository is now available! If you have a dataset you would like to donate, please contact the section webmaster.

Post-Doc at the NIH.
5/28/2013

A new post-doctoral fellowship in Social Networks and Health is being offered by the NIH. Please see the call for more information.

 

   
 
   
 


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