Found on his website here: “The Edge: Borders and Boundaries”, Cambridge University Click here to view the lecture on YouTube. Lessingtage 2015 Click here to view the lecture on YouTube (beginning at minute 25). On the Open City at Stockholmia’s… Read More ›
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Today, we laborers in the groves of academia are pitted against one another in a quest for increased productivity. Academic departments and units compete against one another for increasingly scarce goods, such as the right to hire faculty; individual scholars… Read More ›
This panel discussion was part of an LSE event two years ago celebrating the work of Richard Sennett and exploring its broader significance:
In this new feature the Sociological Imagination invites short (2500 word max) contributions reflecting on any aspect of sociological craft. We use the term ‘craft’ in the broad sense conveyed by Richard Sennett: Craftsmanship names an enduring, basic human impulse, the desire to… Read More ›
Press below for parts 2 and 3 of the lecture.