It is with great pleasure that the Department of Sociology is able to announce that Professor Gurminder K Bhambra has been elected to the 2016 Boaventura de Sousa Santos Chair in the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra. This is an honorary position and will involve a series of high-profile activities in Coimbra in the autumn.
The Department of Sociology is very proud to announce that Professor Gurminder K Bhambra has been named Current Sociology’s Sociologist of the Month. Current Sociology is the International Sociological Association’s main journal and they will be featuring a profile of Professor Bhambra and her publications over the month of March.
The call for papers has been released for an upcoming event, Arguing with Justice. This event is being organised by Ros Williams and Amy Hinterberger and sponsored by our Markets, Technology, Expertise research theme. We look forward to abstracts from Early Career Researchers interested in the broad intersection of social justice and the biosciences. More information can be found here: https://arguingwithjustice.wordpress.com/cfp/
SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE
The Lens of Race: Conceptualizing Difference in Italy and the United States
19 May, 2016 in S0.11 from 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Department of Sociology
Co-hosted by the Inequalities and Social Change & Economy, Technology, Expertise Research Groups
Ann Morning, Department of Sociology, New York University
Marcello Maneri , Department of Sociology, University of Milan – Bicocca
New article by Professor Gurminder K Bhambra looks at the dominant intellectual genealogy of the concept of citizenship and examines its deeper racialized structures. The article, ‘Citizens and Others: The Constitution of Citizenship through Exclusion’ is published in the journal, Alternatives. You can read it here. http://gkbhambra.net/articles/