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The Sociological Review Podcasts

Mar 3, 2020

In October 2019, Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Professor of indigenous education at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, gave the Sociological Review Annual Lecture in London. This marked twenty years since the publication of her book Decolonizing Methodologies. This pathbreaking volume presented a significant challenge to...


Apr 15, 2019

This episode brings Chantelle Lewis, editorial manager for The Sociological Review, into conversation with Ronda Daniels and Steph Lacey. They talk about their experiences of being young working class women in Higher Education, of becoming aware of their class backgrounds in these spaces. Reflecting on their initial...


Mar 30, 2019

This episode brings our Managing Editor Michaela Benson into conversation with Maggie O’Neill (University of York) and Holly Argent (Artist, Northern Charter), the instigators the Feminist Walk of Newcastle that took place at the Undisciplining conference. This was a feminist intervention in a city, which, like...


Mar 15, 2019

In this episode, Imogen Tyler, editor of The Sociology of Stigma, talks with Jenna Loyd (University of Wisconsin, Madison) about the neglect of grounded histories of racial segregation, displacement in the conceptual framework of territorial stigmatisation. Thinking with her empirical research in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,...


Feb 28, 2019

In this episode, our managing editor Michaela Benson talks with Imogen Tyler (Lancaster University) about her recent work on the sociology of stigma. In keeping with the theme of the conference, Imogen advocates an approach that recognises that sociological knowledge might be produced from outside rigid...