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Do Those Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Disease Lose Their Souls? Whitehead and Stengers on Persons, Propositions and the Soul

An interview with Michael Halewood, author of Do Those Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Disease Lose Their Souls? Whitehead and Stengers on Persons, Propositions and the Soul, shortlisted for The Sociological Review Award for Outstanding Scholarship 2016. What is Alzheimer’s Disease? As soon as you start trying to define Alzheimer’s Disease, you run into problems. If it is classed […]

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Eros in the Field? Bourdieu’s Double Account of Socialized Desire

An interview with Helene Aarseth, author of Eros in the Field? Bourdieu’s Double Account of Socialized Desire, shortlisted for The Sociological Review Award for Outstanding Scholarship 2016. What role did psychoanalytical theory play in Bourdieu’s later works? In his later works Bourdieu draws extensively on psychoanalytic ideas. He talks, for instance, about projections, energies, drives, sublimations, desire […]

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Exploring Micro-Sociality through the Lens of Figurational Dynamics

By Rachel Swann and Gordon Hughes An interview with Rachel Swann and Gordon Hughes, authors of Exploring Micro-Sociality through the Lens of ‘Established-Outsider’ Figurational Dynamics in a South Wales Community, shortlisted for The Sociological Review Award for Outstanding Scholarship 2016. What was The Established and the Outsiders? Rachel: E&O is a seemingly standard community case study of […]

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