Adam Slez (Virginia) discusses political populism in the 19th century American West.
The back story on George Herbert Mean, with Daniel Huebner.
How do inequalities in access to digital technologies persist after everyone gets an iPad and access to a hotspot?
We talk about urban doomsday preppers with Anna Bounds (CUNY Queens College)
Today, we learn about the sociology of food with Sarah Bowen, Jennifer Gaddis, and Kara Young.
We talk about the politicization of the Census with Rob Santos, incoming President of the American Statistical Association
Jonathan Wynn leads a discussion of the challenges facing sociology chairs.
We discuss occupational equality in the medical profession with Tania Jenkins (UNC-Chapel Hill)
We talk about Twitter has altered journalism, the news, and our world of information.
What effect will social isolation and physical distancing have on already marginalized communities during the COVID-19 pandemic?