A really interesting project by an inspiring organisation. See more here: To this end we have built upon the historical tradition of pamphlets and aimed to re-imagine this for a contemporary audience. Pamphlets can provide information and context to a… Read More ›
Archive for April 2016
Call for papers Fieldwork: Doing Ethnographic Research Friday 24th June, Birmingham City University Confirmed Keynotes: Professor Elijah Anderson, Yale University Professor Karen O’Reilly, Loughborough University Please send an abstract of no more than 250 words to Kehinde.email@example.com by Friday 1st April… Read More ›
A two-day postgraduate workshop that explores, defines and practices digital sociological research Are you curious about Digital Sociology? Consider, or already conducting, a postgraduate study on the subject? Want to explore the relations between Data, Society and the Self? Want… Read More ›
You can see endorsements of it here and there’s a chapter available online here..
There’s a lovely reflection in Les Back’s Academic Diary, released soon by Goldsmiths Press, concerning the role of Twitter in academic life. He suggests that Twitter sometimes facilitates our “inhabiting the attentiveness of another writer” by providing “signposts pointing to… Read More ›
The Sociological Review Annual Sociology Lecture Friday May 20th 2016, 17.45-21.00 SOAS, University of London Keynote: Professor Éric Fassin (Université Paris-8) Discussants: Professor Gurminder K Bhambra (University of Warwick, UK and Linnaeus University, Sweden) and Dr Imogen Tyler (Lancaster University)… Read More ›
I’m an enthusiast about social media for academics. But for all the examples I see around me of social media enriching and enhancing scholarly practice, it’s hard not to be concerned by the broader context within which this is taking place…. Read More ›