Day: May 16, 2019

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After Progress: Modernity in Ruins (Seminar 1)

This symposium is the first of the After Progress symposium series. Together with fours guest speakers, we will begin to explore collectively how to understand our present as populated by the ruins of the modern idea of progress, and we’ll explore key questions concerning how we might cultivate plural arts of living and flourishing in the ruins.

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The Potentials and Pitfalls of Public Sociology

New report on the ‘Welfare Imaginaries’ seminar series by the co-organisers Kim Allen, Sara De Benedictis, Kayleigh Garthwaite, Tracey Jensen and Ruth Patrick

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Bauman and Contemporary Sociology – an interview with Ali Rattansi

Bauman and contemporary sociology – Mark Carrigan interviews Ali Rattansi about his book, ‘Bauman and contemporary sociology: a critical analysis’.

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Gendering Resistance: Multiple Faces of Kurdish Women’s Resistance

By Nisa Göksel On March 14-17, thanks to the support of Sociological Review, I had the opportunity to attend the annual conference of the Eastern Sociological Society at the Boston Park Plaza in Boston, U.S. The conference’s main theme was “Facts and Fictions: Narratives of Inequality and Difference.” There were more than 300 panels and […]

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