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Call for Proposals: The Sociological Review Monograph Series

Originally posted 7th February 2018 We are looking to commission two monographs to be published in March and July 2020 respectively. The monograph series is an integral part of the journal. It publishes themed collections of articles of approximately approximately 80,000-100,000 words (around 256 pages). Dedicated to showcasing the very best and most innovative sociologically […]

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The Sociology of Occupy

This podcast is one of a number of special features highlighting our monograph, Radical Futures, collecting research from the FP7 funded MYPLACE Project. Phil Mizen, Professor of Sociology and Policy at Aston University, discusses his research on a local occupy camp and the broader questions of political sociology posed by the international occupy movement:   Originally posted 16th […]

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The Sociological Review Podcast: Sociologies of Moderation

In the second instalment of our new podcast series, Dr Alex Smith (University of Warwick) discusses the sociology of moderation: an idea which was the topic of a recent monograph we published. Though usually seen as a simple absence of extremism, Alex argues for a much more substantive understanding of moderation, arguing for moderation as a theory […]

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Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain: Ethnographic, Theoretical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Time: 5:45pm – 7:30pm, Thursday 11th May, 2017 Location: Wolfson Lecture Theatre, SOAS, University of London The Sociological Review is thrilled to be launching the latest of their monographs Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain. For over fifty years, our monograph series has showcased the best and most innovative sociologically informed work, producing intellectually stimulating volumes that promote […]

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Care and Policy Practices

Time: 5:45pm – 7:30pm, Friday 10th November, 2017 Location: Senate House, University of London The Sociological Review is thrilled to be launching the latest of their 2017 monographs, Care and Policy Practices. For over fifty years, our monograph series has showcased the best and most innovative sociologically informed work, producing intellectually stimulating volumes that promote emerging and established […]

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Intimate Entanglements

Time: Monday 19th February, 2018 – Tuesday 20th February, 2018 Location: York Medical Society The Sociological Review Foundation is delighted to bring this two-day workshop to you. Supported by the University of York’s Department of Sociology and organised by Professor Daniel Lopez and Sociological Review editorial board member Professor Joanna Latimer, this workshop builds upon themes and […]

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The Sociology of Stigma Monograph launch: Rethinking Stigma

Wednesday 20th June 2018, 16.00-18.00 Panel Discussion with Imogen Tyler, Tom Slater, Jenna Loyd, Virgílio Borges Pereira, João Queirós and Joanna Latimer – chaired by Stephen Crossley This session at our Undisciplining conference is a launch event for a Sociological Review Monograph on The Sociology of Stigma, edited by Imogen Tyler and Tom Slater. It […]

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Unboxing the Sharing Economy

Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm, Wednesday 25th July, 2018 Location: River Room, King’s College London The Sociological Review is thrilled to be launching the first of their 2018 monographs, Unboxing the Sharing Economy, edited by Davide Arcidiacono (Universita Cattolica, Milan), Alessandro Gandini (King’s College, London) and Ivana Pais (Universita Cattolica, Milan). For over fifty years, our monograph series […]

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Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain

Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain Originally posted Wednesday 17th May 2017.

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Biosocial Matters: Rethinking the Sociology-Biology Relations in the Twenty-First Century

Following the launch of our most recent monograph, Biosocial Matters, our Digital Fellow Mark Carrigan spoke to joint editor Maurizio Meloni about the transformation of the relationship between Sociology and Biology and what this means for the social sciences and social life more broadly. Originally posted 15th June 2016.

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