E044 Surviving Society with the BSA: Hannah Jones

The murder of Jo Cox and white supremacy: Hannah talks us through the domestication of misogynist white supremacy and the assassination of Jo Cox during the EU referendum campaign.

Click here to read Hannah’s paper on Jo Cox’s murder.

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Special thanks to Aaron Winter, Nasar Meer and the BSA for the support and funding that made our trip to Glasgow possible!

E042 Surviving Society with the BSA: Neema Begum

Ethnic minority Leave voters: Neema talks us through her PhD research where she breaks down the reasons why approximately a third of ethnic minorities in the UK voted to Leave the European Union in 2016.

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Special thanks to Aaron Winter, Nasar Meer and the BSA for the support and funding that made our trip to Glasgow possible!

E040 Surviving Society with the BSA: Imogen Tyler

Stigma machines: Imogen talks us through the way the state continues to use ‘stigma’ to justify harmful policies like austerity.

Go to the Sociological Review website to read more about Imogen’s work on stigma.

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Special thanks to Aaron Winter, Nasar Meer and the BSA for the support and funding that made our trip to Glasgow possible!

E038 Surviving Society with the BSA: Derron Wallace

The racial politics of cultural capital: Derron recalls his journey through academia and what it was like being Black and from a working class background at University of Cambridge.

We discuss Derron’s reflections and research on Bourdieu and the racial politics of cultural capital. You can read more on this in his latest publication.

 

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Special thanks to Aaron Winter, Nasar Meer and the BSA for the support and funding that made our trip to Glasgow possible!

E031 Jason Arday: Growing up Black in the 90s

In this bonus episode we are joined by Jason Arday to relay our experiences of growing up Black in the 1990s, our relationships with popular culture and contemplate whether much has changed in terms of racialisation and racism in the UK. We share some cultural analysis through music, raving, gigging and finish with a little bit of academic fashion tips!

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