A podcast about academic sociology for academic sociologists
A podcast about academic sociology for academic sociologists

The Annex Sociology Podcast

The Annex Sociology Podcast is a podcast that features and speaks to academic sociologists. Our episodes feature discussions with leading academic sociologists from across the world on the more niche topics that draw interest within our occupation, like current research, disciplinary politics, teaching, advisement, grantmaking, writing and publishing, or higher education administration.

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Recent Podcast Episodes

Jessica Calarco on Holding it Together

Jessica Calarco on Holding it Together

Jessica Calarco discusses the many ways American society traps women and sells myths that harm women and families.

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Jenn Sims on the Fallacies of Racism

Jenn Sims on the Fallacies of Racism

Jennifer Patrice Sims discusses twelve commonly-held, but faulty, ideas about race and racism.

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Andrews and Colleagues on Banished Men

Andrews and Colleagues on Banished Men

Abigail Andrews, Ana Lopez-Ricoy, and Pamela Elguezabal on their research into the impact of deportation on men's lives in Mexico, detailed in their 2023 book, Banished Men.

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Anna S. Mueller and Seth Abrutyn on Life Under Pressure

Anna S. Mueller and Seth Abrutyn on Life Under Pressure

Examines youth suicide clusters, and the social environmental forces that cause psychological pain and suffering.

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Michelle S. Phelps on The Minneapolis Reckoning

Michelle S. Phelps on The Minneapolis Reckoning

Efforts at police reform before and after the murder of George Floyd in 2020.

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