2019, issue 43, Sue Scott: I find it hard to believe that it is almost two years since I was elected President of the ESA and that this role will come to an end very soon. It has been such a busy period and the time has flown by. Unlike the UK Government the ESA has done a good deal in recent months, with the upcoming conference being the major achievement.
2018, issue 41, Sue Scott: I am delighted to be writing this report for the first issue of the new look European Sociologist, under the editorship of Dr. Dagmar Danko, and I do hope that you all agree that it looks good and will be an excellent focus for information, communication and debate. It is now just over six months since I was elected as President of the ESA and a very busy been six months it has been!
2018, issue 42, Sue Scott: I am pleased to be writing for this second issue of the new style The European Sociologist; I hope you enjoyed TES41 – we have certainly had positive feedback. Thanks again to Dagmar Danko for her editing work, and for the idea of having an issue focusing on the 50th anniversary of 1968.
2020, issue 44, Dagmar Danko, Gary Pollock and Sue Scott: Manchester clearly had a great deal to offer; Brexit hadn’t happened; the pound was weak against the Euro; the sun shone and it hardly rained at all! We had a total of 3149 registrations with 3046 delegates on site, making it the third largest ESA conference ever coming very close to Prague and Athens.