Reflecting on work uncovering the colonial genealogies of foundational works in the social sciences, Gurminder K Bhambra argues for a reparatory social science and highlights three challenges that any reparatory project must face in order to be successful.
Worker exploitation in garment supply chain factories is not just about sweatshops, note the authors of “After Rana Plaza: Governing Exploitative Workplace Labour Regimes in Bangladeshi Garment Export Factories” which appeared in the Journal of Industrial Relations.
John B. Diamond, professor of sociology and education policy in Brown University’s department of sociology and Annenberg Institute for School Reform, will deliver the 2022 Brown Lecture in Education Research.
In this first of a series of three blog posts, geographer Aled Singleton reflects on his research experience of taking the very naturalistic and low-tech concept of walking conversations and outdoor events into a digital form.
Community vail funds are set up as a way to help the more than 80 percent of the over 650,000 people in jail in the U.S. have not been convicted and are presumed innocent but can’t afford bail.
If traditional filters of prestige are themselves steeped in a set of tacit values that may no longer adequately respect the modes of labor (or the laborers themselves), then when better to step back for a moment to ask what we are counting — and why?