European Sociological Association - Sociology of Families and Intimate Lives research network / by Katy Barbier-Greenland

The European Sociological Association research network that I'm a part of, Sociology of Families and Intimate Lives, has just published a callout for my project in their Spring newsletter! It's only emailed out to members, not published anywhere online, so I haven't been able to link it.

This research network is all about family sociology and supports research in this area on a wide range of topics including family forms, marriage and cohabitation, multicultural and transnational families, same-sex couples and rainbow families, family planning and fertility, infertility and reproductive technologies, parenting, mothering and fathering practices, intergenerational relationships and kinship networks,  cultural understandings of family, theories and methodologies of research on families and many more.

As previously blogged, I'm going to be attending their 2018 conference, 'Families Known and Unknown', at the University of Kuopio in Finland in June, and will share updates on the presentations. 

Thanks ESA!