Wrestling with talk and action in crisis time Hello to all as we round the corner towards spring! In this Chair’s letter, I would like to update you on the work of our section committees, with a focus on how we have been trying to expand our attention to diversity, inclusion and racial justice in all areas of the section’s social and intellectual life. I … Continue reading Letter from the Chair, Winter 2022
Summary of ASA Panels A. Report on Panel New Perspectives in Sociology of Art and Music: BIPOC Artists and Creative Agency Organized by Fiona Greenland (University of Virginia)and Patricia Banks (Mount Holyoke College) Race has historically been a neglected topic in sociology of art. Studies of how art is produced, evaluated, collected, and displayed have typically had little to say on the contributions of racialized … Continue reading ASA Culture Section 2021
Greetings to all Culture Section members as we near the end of yet another challenging semester. We may be back in the classrooms (for the most part), but the pandemic is not over yet, and we are far from being “back to normal.” While it feels wonderful to be “in the room” with real human beings after an isolating year, other challenges seem to have … Continue reading Letter from the Chair, Fall 2021
Bowen, J. R., Dodier, N., & Duyvendak, J. W. 2021. Pragmatic inquiry: Critical concepts for social sciences. New York, NY: Routledge This book examines a range of critical concepts that are central to a shift in the social sciences toward ‘pragmatic inquiry,’ reflecting a twenty-first century concern with particular problems and themes rather than grand theory. Taking a transnational and transdisciplinary approach, the collection demonstrates a … Continue reading New Book Summary
During the onset of the pandemic, academic job market appeared to be less promising. Many institutions and universities suddenly stopped hiring new talent. Nevertheless, a number of graduate students managed to land themselves in desirable positions. In this section, we have three students sharing their inspirational stories. At the height of the pandemic, my supervisor and I published a short paper about how COVID19 exacerbated … Continue reading Graduate Students’ Stories in Getting Jobs during COVID19 Pandemic
Andrea Sempertegui Lafayette College Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.andreasempertegui.com/ Andrea Sempertegui is an interdisciplinary researcher. His work focuses on struggles over territory and natural resource extraction, indigenous politics, popular feminist movements, and decolonial thought in Latin America. Dr. Sempertegui received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the Justus Liebig University, Gießen, Germany. She is currently serving as a visiting instructor in Anthropology and Sociology at Lafayette … Continue reading Job Market Profiles
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