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Making Sociology Matter Beyond the Academic Journal

Watch the panel discussion from The Sociological Review/Discover Society session at the European Sociology Association Conference in August 2019.

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Degrowth as Social Movement and Economic Strategy

By Kevin Pijpers Degrowth is both a social movement and an economic strategy that presents a radical alternative to capitalist growth paradigms. Its researchers and practitioners are diverse and heterogeneous and are broadly united in their critique of planetary destruction for the imaginary gains of the few. The community brings together artists, activists, academics, politicians, […]

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What Did You Think of #Undisciplining?

Originally posted 29th June 2018 What did you think of #undisciplining?

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I’m A Disabled Academic…Get Me In There!

By Stephie Lacey As a woman who is fairly new to academia and in fact disability (I have been using a wheelchair full time since 2015), I find myself increasingly exposed to, though less surprised by, exclusionary practices in academic spaces. What became evident was that, in some cases, the people I was with had […]

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Undisciplining: Pre-Conference Early Career Researcher Day

Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm, Monday 18th June, 2018 Location: The Baltic, Gateshead A conference brought to you by the Sociological Review Foundation Limited This is the registration for the pre-conference Early Career Researcher Day for The Sociological Review’s Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges conference, Monday 18th June 2018, 09.30-17.00, The BALTIC. This pre-conference day is being organised […]

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Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges

Time: Monday 18th June, 2018 – Thursday 21st June, 2018 Location: Gateshead, UK The Sociological Review aims to foster collaborations and dialogues across disciplines and beyond academia in order to shape the nature and scope of the sociological. Undisciplining challenges the presumed mainstream of sociological thought, its geographical assumptions and disciplinary hierarchies. Our manifesto argues that, ‘to renew the […]

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Dirt: Where Sociology Fears to Tread?

By David Evans I try very hard to keep my mind out of the gutter. This is especially true when I am in the company of fellow sociologists who I imagine are too high-minded and professional to find my double entendres and toilet humor all that amusing. However I recently found myself attending ‘Down the […]

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The Accelerated Academy

In recent years, a rich vein of criticism has emerged concerning the speeding up of higher education and the possible virtues of slow scholarship as a response to this. We’re very pleased to now share podcasts from the Accelerated Academy conference organised by Mark Carrigan and Filip Vostal itself:  Originally posted 5th February 2016.

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