About the Journal

The Sociological Teaching journal is a project created by the Thematic Group 09 of the International Sociological Association (ISA). The main objective of the journal is to bring together international sociologists who have an active research interest in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, that specialize in teaching sociology, and incorporate sociological insights into their teaching practices. Sociological Teaching aims to facilitate transnational discussions and to promote the exchange of both research findings and specific teaching practices. It intends to develop, curate, and coordinate a peer-reviewed journal of sociology teaching examples, including articles, teaching practices and strategies (encompassing the integration of theory and practice from different world contexts), interviews and dossiers.


Sociological Teaching is published every six months 


Access to the online journal is open and free of charge.

All the content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC attribution license.

ISSN 2965-6397

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2023)
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As the summer commences, we are pleased to deliver the sixth issue of the Pedagogy Series, housed on the ISA’s Social Justice and Democratization Space. The goal of the Pedagogy Series is to facilitate global sharing of teaching practices and reflections dialogue between sociology educators. This issue features scholarship from three nations across three continents: South America (Brazil), Europe (Barcelona), and North America (United States).

Published: 17-11-2023

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