Call for participants. Spaces of Attunement: Life, Matter & the Dance of Encounters Venue: Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University, UK Date: March 30th & March 31st, 2015 Organisers: Julian Brigstocke (Cardiff University) & Tehseen Noorani (Johns Hopkins University) Plenary speakers: Ben Anderson (Reader in… Read More ›
Archive for February 2015
This morning Mark Carrigan opined on twitter that it would be great to have at least one chair in Public Understanding of Sociology, given how such chairs have benefited not only the natural sciences, where they began around 1990, but… Read More ›
This podcast is a lecture given by Deborah Lupton at the University of Warwick on January 13th:
An important event for anyone interested in self-tracking: CALL FOR SUBMISSION The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) invites submissions for its 2015 conference in Denver, Colorado, November 11-14. There are numerous open panels to which submissions are invited,… Read More ›
This podcast is an introduction to social ontology given by Margaret Archer at a Centre for Social Ontology event in June 2014
For a couple of years I’ve been striving to empty my e-mail inbox on a daily basis. It doesn’t particularly bother me if I don’t succeed and I often don’t. I go through phases of doing this daily and then, for… Read More ›
My response to a lecture by Deborah Lupton on Digital Sociology at the University of Warwick on January 13th.
Available online here. It would be great if more academics did this.
Balihar Sanghera (Kent) Tuesday, February 17th 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM, R1.04 Ramphal Building, University of Warwick This paper examines how charitable giving is an outcome of different interacting elements of lay morality. Charitable giving reflects people’s capacity for fellow-feeling… Read More ›