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Free University Brighton: Education for Love, Not Money

By Lambros Fatsis, Haley Freeman, Jo O’ Gorman, Dyanne Parish, and Adam Sauerteig In the not-so-immediate, yet still acutely felt, aftermath of strike action over proposed changes (=cuts) to academics’ pensions last winter, debates about who “the University” is and what universities are (for) have taken centre stage. But they have haunted the minds of those working in […]

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On Goffman: Ethnography and the Ethics of Care

By Michaela Benson Since its publication last year, Alice Goffman’s On the Run has been subject to a growing chorus of scrutiny and scepticism. Important questions have been raised about various aspects of Goffman’s conduct, amidst a wider sea of criticism that some have found excessive. In this post our editorial board member Michaela Bensonargues that […]

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Teaching Racism, Classism and Patriarchy with Emotions

By Lisa Kalayji What are you teaching this year? If you were inspired by Lisa Kalayji’s suggestions then why not write your own? We’d love to receive reading lists on any sociological topic, following a similar format to Lisa’s. Please contact community@thesociologicalreview.com if you are interested. The autumn teaching term is coming up, so over the next […]

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