A discussion about how the organization of science affects the behavior of scientists and departments, and in turn knowledge. With JP Pardo-Guerra (UC San Diego) and Charles Gomez (Arizona).
Join us on Tuesday, December 6 at 12:15 PM Eastern time for a discussion about racism and white supremacy in everyday culture, featuring three top sociologists of race and culture. CLICK HERE FOR THE YOUTUBE STREAM Some manifestations of racism are easily identifiable. Practices that do things like promoting racial residential segregation, facilitating race-based job […]
CLICK HERE FOR YOUTUBE SHOW PAGE Political campaigns are critical to American governance and democracy, but we often do not consider how campaigns and the people who run them influence elections and policy. In this episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, we sit down with Daniel Laurison (Swarthmore College) to discuss his acclaimed new book, Producing […]
In this episode of The Annex, we meet Casey Jakubowski (University of Maryland, Eastern Shore) and Chea Lynn Parton (Purdue). We'll explore the unique experiences and observations that led our guests to develop a keen interest in teaching rural students. We'll also dive into the similarities and differences between teaching rural and urban students and how culture conflicts, […]
As more of our culture is produced and consumed on digital platforms, state actors seek to influence international politics through them. In this episode of The Annex, we discuss cultural production and influence operations with Dana Weinberg (CUNY Queens College), Ashely Mears (Boston University), and Ori Swed (Texas Tech).