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Things We Say in the Dark: A Sociological Response from Laura Harris

This post is part of The Sociological Review’s exploration of what it means for something to be ‘sociological literature’. In this strand of the work, practice-researchers and sociologists reflect on sociological encounters with contemporary poetry and prose. Laura Harris ‘Girls are Always Hungry When all the Men are Bite-Size’ is a short story nestled in the middle […]

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A Sociological Encounter: Kayo Chingonyi interviews Jay Bernard, author of Surge

This interview is part of The Sociological Review’s exploration of what it means for something to be ‘sociological literature’. In this strand of the work, practice-researchers and sociologists reflect on sociological encounters with contemporary poetry and prose. Surge is ‘a fearlessly original exploration of the black British archive: an enquiry into the New Cross Fire […]

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