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Hacer Sociología Fuera Del Norte Global

reflexiones acerca de trabajar sociología del sur global en el Norte global

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The Sociological Review at the European Sociological Association Conference 2019

The Sociological Review is delighted to announce that it will be collaborating with Discover Society at 14th European Sociological Association (ESA) Conference, Manchester to bring you a midday special: ‘Making sociology matter beyond the academic journal’.

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Call for Sociological Fiction

We are seeking submissions of sociological short stories that critically and creatively explore the social as well as the politics and consequences of sociology itself.

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After Progress: Decolonial Alternatives (seminar 2)

Date: Thursday 12th September 2019, 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM BST Location: Goldsmiths, University of London, 8 Lewisham Way, London, SE14 6NW Room: Richard Hoggart Building (RHB) 274 Can we reimagine human and more-than-human arts of living and flourishing from the ruins of the modern idea of progress? Continuing our collective experimentation with this question, […]

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Book Review: Race and Sexuality by Vidal-Ortiz, Robinson and Khan

Review by Katalin Halász Race and Sexuality by Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, Brandon Andrew and Cristina Khan, was published by Polity in 2018. Salvador Vidal-Ortiz (Ph.D.) is associate professor in the sociology department at American University (AU), in Washington, DC. Besides co-authoring Race & Sexuality, he coedited The Sexuality of Migration: Border Crossings and Mexican Immigrant Men and Queer Brown Voices: […]

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Literary Sociology: An Interview with Dr. Patricia Leavy about ‘Spark’

Interview by Adrienne Trier-Bieniek Acclaimed sociologist Dr. Patricia Leavy has published over twenty-five books, earning critical and commercial success in both fiction and nonfiction, and her books have been translated into numerous languages. She’s a leading research methodologist best known for her advocacy of arts-based research. She pioneered the method of “social fiction” which refers […]

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Book Review: Public Relations Capitalism by Anne Cronin

Review by Paul Jones Public Relations Capitalism: Promotional Culture, Publics and Commercial Democracy by Anne Cronin was published by Palgrave in 2017. Dr Anne Cronin is a Reader in the Sociology department, Lancaster University, UK. Her research focuses on consumer capitalism, PR, advertising and the logics of market societies. Her other books include: Advertising, Commercial […]

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Introduction to the Global Sociology Collection

By Irmak Karademir-Hazir and Luke de Noronha In recent years, there has been a growing awareness about the hierarchical structure of the academic fields. Increasingly sociologists put effort in to decolonizing their curricula in their teaching of the discipline. And many colleagues make an attempt to learn from methodological and theoretical perspectives that emerged outside […]

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“You would be branded an Eastern Researcher!”

The Global South provides a re-imagination of what could constitute as canonical sociological knowledges

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Searching for Classical Social Theory in Thailand

Thailand has deep traditions of literacy, scholarship, and philosophical thought

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Homelessness and the Turbulent Cycle of Displacement

By Jessie Speer The annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers is the largest geography conference in the world, and hosts researchers engaged in cutting edge scholarship. Alongside fifteen internationally-based scholars, I took part in a paper session organised around the theme of “floating life,” conceptualized as a transitory mode of dwelling shaped by […]

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Book Review: The Dark Side of Podemos? by Josh Booth and Patrick Baert

Review by Federico Brandmayr The Dark Side of Podemos? Carl Schmitt and Contemporary Progressive Populism by Josh Booth and Patrick Baert was published by Routledge in 2018. Josh Booth is an academic translator and editor. He completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge, specialising in social theory, political and economic sociology, and the sociology […]

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Book Review: Canguilhem by Stuart Elden

In his new book, his ninth authored volume, Stuart Elden casts his laser vision on the frequently overlooked work of Georges Canguilhem.

Review by David Beer.

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