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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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Deporting ‘Black Britons’: Beyond and Against Contribution

By Luke de Noronha An anonymous piece in the Guardian recently offered a different, and in my view salutary, contribution to the public conversation on the ‘Windrush scandal’. The author describes the death of her brother David and her attempts to find her oldest brother, Ronald, who was homeless, to tell him about it. It provides […]

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The Sociological Review Fellowship 2018/2019

Originally posted 29th June 2018 The Editorial Board of The Sociological Review is pleased to launch their writing fellowship for 2018/2019. This is open to early career social scientists working in any area of sociology, social anthropology or related disciplines. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide early career sociologists and social anthropologists with […]

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Think Twice, It’s Alright: Reflections on Leaving Academia

By Meritxell Ramírez-i-Ollé I write this blog post moved by a mixture of feelings of rebellion, excitement and thankfulness. I rebel against the sense of urgency, determinism and short-sightedness that has pervaded my short postdoctoral life; I am excited about developing a more creative, unconventional and open-ended career as a sociologist; and I am extremely […]

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