This is a new monograph series on public sociology which will include work that addresses public and community engagement and the relationship between sociologists and their publics. This series will address not only what sociologists do, but what sociology is for and focus on the commitment to enhance understanding of the social condition so that the lives of people are materially improved.
After almost a year of extreme uncertainty and ruptures in our educational experiences – in schools, in preschools, in higher… Read more 18th Annual Kaleidoscope Conference at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge – online 3rd & 4th June 2021
By Mark Carrigan and Ana Canhoto What training should PhD students receive during their doctorate? It’s increasingly recognised by funding… Read more Equipping PhD researchers for social media success
Globalisation, Societies and Education, Special Issue Events and trends of recent years are prompting critical transformations to the geopolitical landscape,… Read more CfP: The New Geopolitics of International Higher Education
By Lakshmi Bose & Rebecca Gordon One of the greatest gifts of the doctoral programme is the time and space… Read more The Death of a Profession? The Doctoral Programme Amidst the Crisis of Higher Education
By Sebastian Ansaldo This is a work in progress reflection from CPGJ’s Realist Social Theory reading group In his seminal… Read more Agency and Structure: a reflection and a practical exercise
By Mark Carrigan This extract from Danielle Allen’s superb Why Plato Wrote brought to life an issue which I’ve found myself returning… Read more The light we steal when we learn
By Mark Carrigan In recent years, the term ‘platform’ has become ubiquitous, taken up by both business gurus and critical… Read more The Platform University