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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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Politics of Representation

Monitoring Ethnic Monitoring

We need to constantly question and challenge categories used in government policy

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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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Global Sociology

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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Global Sociology

“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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Global Sociology

Hacer Sociología Fuera Del Norte Global

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

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