Biosocial Matters: Rethinking the Sociology-Biology Relations in the Twenty-First Century features a collection of readings from scholars on the vanguard of a reframing of biology/society debates within the sociological disciplines.
- Brings together voices who are contributing to a reframing of the biology/sociology debate within sociology and sister disciplines such as anthropology, history, and philosophy
- Gathers theoretical and historically-oriented contributions to gain an understanding of the current renegotiation of the biological/social boundaries
- Presents in-depth analyses of two frontiers of ongoing biology/sociology debates: epigenetics and neuroscience
- Reveals how a new biosocial terrain can revitalize both sociology and the biological imagination