This is a really important post by Eric Grollman that has helped me rethink a part of Social Media for Academics that I was struggling with. The systematic generation of imposter syndrome within the academy is a crucial mechanism through which the costs… Read More ›
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The Present Situation for LGBTI People in Uganda – Dr. Frank Mugisha (Executive Director, Sexual Minorities Uganda) Tuesday 16 June, 5.00pm – 7.00pm Yudowitz seminar room, Wolfson Medical Building, University of Glasgow. On 17 June Dr Frank Mugisha, Executive Director… Read More ›
From passion to profit: exploitation under neoliberalism, or, how seriously should we take latte art?
Since I first encountered the notion of a calling, I’ve found it a difficult category to expunge from my thought. It appeals to me greatly on a personal level: it points to the higher dimension to human experience which I believe tends… Read More ›
Social science as it has developed in the western world has it as its goal to develop, catalog, understand, and organize human behavior. Sociology, Political Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Anthropology, Communications, and all the other social sciences seek to make sense… Read More ›