New Books in Sociology

Interviews with Sociologists about their New Books

https://newbooksnetwork.com/category/politics-society/sociology/

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episode 58: Rita Kesselring, "Bodies of Truth: Law, Memory, and Emancipation in Post-Apartheid South Africa" (Stanford UP, 2017)


Kesselring seeks to understand the embodied and everyday effects of state-sponsored violence as well the limits of the law to produce social repair....


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episode 378: T. L. Bunyasi and C. W. Smith, "Stay Woke: A People’s Guide to Making All Black Lives Matter" (NYU Press, 2019)


Bunyasi and Smith compile social science research and data to explain the current situation for white citizens, African-American citizens, Latinx citizens, and citizens of other races in the United States...


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episode 375: C. Strachan and L. Poloni-Staudinger, "Why Don′t Women Rule the World?: Understanding Women′s Civic and Political Choices" (Sage, 2019)


"Why Don′t Women Rule the World?" is a comprehensive and useful addition to the established literature on women and politics...


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episode 47: Elizabeth Cullen Dunn, "No Path Home: Humanitarian Camps and the Grief of Displacement" (Cornell UP, 2018)


"No Path Home" is the engaging result of more than sixteen years of fieldwork in Georgian IDP camps.


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episode 24: Stephen Hamnett, "Planning Singapore: The Experimental City" (Routledge, 2019)


Two hundred years ago, Sir Stamford Raffles established the modern settlement of Singapore...


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episode 136: Remi Joseph-Salisbury, "Black Mixed-Race Men: Transatlanticity, Hybridity and 'Post-Racial' Resilience" (Emerald, 2018)


Joseph-Salisbury explores the double consciousness of black mixed-race men in America and the UK...


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episode 179: Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, "The Dark Fantastic: Race and the Imagination from Harry Potter to the Hunger Games" (NYU Press, 2019)


"The Dark Fantastic" is an engaging and provocative exploration of race in popular youth and young adult speculative fiction...


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episode 169: Rachel Werczberger, "Jews In The Age Of Authenticity: Jewish Spiritual Renewal In Israel" (Peter Lang, 2016)


Werczberger examined two Israeli communities of spiritual seekers in Israel..


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episode 55: Benjamin Tausig, "Bangkok is Ringing: Sound, Protest, and Constraint" (Oxford UP, 2019)


The political protests of the “Red Shirts” movement in Thailand in April-May 2010 ended in tragedy...


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