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Ayn Rand on Love and Happiness

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As much as I dislike…

Sociology’s Promise and the Sociological Imagination

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The concept of Sociological Imagination…

Rediscovered: C. Wright Mills’ 1951 book “White Collar – The American Middle Classes”

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by Hannes Antonschmidt* If he…

The Sociological Imagination Today: The Need for Biology

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C.W. Mills’ (1959) call for…

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The Sociological Imagination Revisited

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Let me confess a sin….

The (un)intelligibility of academics and being ‘a mere journalist’

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In many academic circles today…

Intellectual Craftsmanship As Refusal

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Today, we laborers in the…

Making the familiar strange

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In this video, Dalton Conley…

An early review of the Sociological Imagination

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“Imagine a burly cowpuncher on…

Charles Wright Mills documentary

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A short documentary on C….

C. Wright Mills’ Pragmatism

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Often when speaking of post-war…

“You ask for what one should be keyed up?”

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“You ask for what one…

The Life and Work of C. Wright Mills

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“C. Wright Mills” on Bundlr

The Independent Artist and Intellectual

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By permission of the estate…

No nation now, but the imagination

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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of…

C. Wright Mills at work

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Les Back on Sociology’s Promise

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In this podcast Les Back discusses the…

What does the Sociological Imagination mean today?

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It has been over 50…