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Welcoming Our New Sociological Review Fellow

Originally posted 6th November 2018 By Michaela Benson My own relationship with the Sociological Review started when I was appointed as the Sociological Review Fellow. As I discuss here, this was an invaluable experience that gave me a year of funding to write my first monograph The British in Rural France (Manchester University Press, 2011). And so, […]

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Stating the Sociological

Stating the Sociological: an introduction

By Michaela Benson This autumn marks 10 years of my relationship with the Sociological Review. I remember the day I travelled to Keele University for my interview, the critical interest and enthusiasm with which the interview panel talked with me about my research with British people living in France, the suggestions of new directions I […]

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The Highlights of Undisciplining

In advance of our biggest ever conference in June, we got together to discuss the event and what we’re hoping to achieve. Our Digital Engagement Fellow Mark Carrigan talks to Digital Editor Emma Jackson and Managing Editor Michaela Benson about the highlights of the programme, the ethos of the conference and where we might go […]

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News from the Managing Editor

Originally posted 2nd September 2018 The last five years at the Sociological Review have been an exciting time. There have been many changes as we have risen to the challenge of making the sociological vital and relevant. We have come a long way: establishing the Sociological Review Foundation Limited; developing our digital and social media platforms; investing […]

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Publishing Advice For ECRs: Monographs and Papers

Originally posted Sunday 7th May 2017 Advice from our managing editor Michaela Benson and Manchester University Press editor Tom Dark about publishing sociological monographs and journal articles. This was an early career event organised by The Sociological Review and held at the Manchester Museum on April 28th 2017. Publishing Advice For ECRs: Monographs and Papers

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