Journal of Applied Social Theory Special Edition on Character Assassination
by Sergei Samoilenko | Latest Posts, Theory | 0
Character assassination is a timeless cross-cultural phenomenon. It has been observed by...Read More
The ontological conservatism and the new left
by Thiago Pinho | Latest Posts, Theory | 1
The disputes that take place in society, between left and right, however tense they may be, and...Read More
Introducing Institutional Ethnography for Research in Education
by Clare Sutton | Editor's Choice, Foucault, Knowledge, Latest Posts, Theory | 2
As a College-Based Higher Education (CBHE) course leader I continually, and often frustratingly,...Read More
To cut off the King’s Head: Foucault goes to Pakistan
by Ali Sameer | Knowledge, Latest Posts, Theory | 0
Kafkaesque, a term which can be used to construe a postcolonial confusion called Pakistan. It is...Read More
THE SOCIOLOGICAL VIRUS: Pandemic, Humans, and A.S.T (Alternative Social Theory)
by Thiago Pinho | Latest Posts, Theory | 0
Everything seemed solid until recently as if the certainty of tomorrow was an obvious guarantee, a...Read More
Bruno Latour and Me: the further adventures of a Slow Associate Professor
by Jonathan Tummons | Editor's Choice, Latest Posts, Latour, Theory | 0
About two years ago, I wrote about my ongoing reading of An Inquiry into Modes of Existence – AIME...Read More
New event: Hybrid social theory and education research: working with conceptual interdisciplinarity
by Mark Murphy | Latest Posts, Theory | 0
This all-day event, taking place in the University of Glasgow on Tuesday July 9th, 2019, is geared...Read More
How does critical realism relate to critical theory?
by Joe Whelan | Theory | 1
Critical realism: What is it and does it relate to the broader discipline of critical theory?...Read More
Call for Chapters: Social theory, digital education and the Global South: Critical perspectives
by Cristina Costa | Bourdieu, Civil Society, Critical pedagogy, Culture, Theory | 0
Call for chapter submissions for a new edited collection, entitled: Social theory, digital...Read More
Ever greater scrutiny: Researching the bureaucracy of educational accountability
by Mark Murphy | Governance, Habermas/Parsons, Latest Posts, Method, Theory | 0
This is the title of a book chapter in the following book: Education Governance and Social Theory:...Read More
Why we need social theory …now!
2018 has been a strange year. Actually, the world has become a particular strange place to me...Read More
Bourdieu and Reflexivity: opportunities through the habitus clivé?
by Ciaran Burke | Bourdieu, Habitus, Inequalities, Latest Posts, Self and Identity, Social Justice, Theory | 0
I was recently asked to present as part of a master class on Bourdieu and Higher Education...Read More
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