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

Classical Sociology (Lizardo & Abrutyn)

Classical Sociology (Lizardo & Abrutyn)

Seth Aburtyn (UBC) and Omar Lizardo (UCLA) discuss classical sociology and their Handbook of Classical Sociological Theory.

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How Americans Misunderstand China's Political System (Chua & Lei)

How Americans Misunderstand China's Political System (Chua & Lei)

What do we really know about China's political system and civil society? We discuss with two experts.

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Racism and Racial Humor (Raul Perez)

Racism and Racial Humor (Raul Perez)

We discuss racism, racial humor, and Raul Perez's new book, The Souls of Black Jokes. Guests Raul Perez, Ann Morning, and Victor Ray

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Making Governments Respect Human Rights (Hajjar, Roberts & Viterbo)

Making Governments Respect Human Rights (Hajjar, Roberts & Viterbo)

We discuss the struggle to guarantee human rights with three sociologists who specialize in human rights.

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The Economic Style of Thinking (Popp-Berman)

The Economic Style of Thinking (Popp-Berman)

Economic thinking has influenced thought on public policy. What is it, and how did it become so influential?

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Latest Live Streams

Annex Live on YouTube

This fall, The Annex Sociology Podcast will experiment with live stream roundtables on YouTube.  We will talk about disciplinary news, new research, recent currents in sociology, and real world applications of our scholarship.  Catch us on YouTube Live on selected Tuesdays, starting November 15. Click here for a post describing the series.  This is a collaboration with Contexts.

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