Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nick Gane on ‘The governmentalities of neoliberalism’

My colleague and collaborator Nick Gane has just had a great article published in the Sociological Review. It’s called ‘The governmentalities of neoliberalism: panopticism, post-panopticism and beyond‘. Really interesting stuff. Here is the abstract: This paper draws on the writings … Continue reading

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An interesting blog…

Ana Canhoto from Oxford Brookes Business School has a really interesting blog here. Ana works in marketing, and particular digital marketing. So there are loads of posts on digital data and the like.

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Reflecting on 2012 research and thinking about 2013

Apart from starting this blog near the start of 2012, I’ve also been writing quite a few different things. I’ve been trying to reflect a bit on what I’ve done this year as part of my attempt to plan ahead … Continue reading

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Bev Skeggs and Les Back discussing the contemporary sociological imagination

When I was on the Goldsmiths website I came across this transcription of a Bev Skeggs and Les Back discussing the contemporary sociological imagination. The discussion is available here. They explore a range of issues to do with the form … Continue reading

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Socio-legal studies association conference at York

The next Socio-Legal Studies Association conference will be at York early next year. There is currently a call for papers on the conference website. This might not seem like it is a suitable post for a blog on culture, but … Continue reading

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Goldsmiths podcast archive

I just came across a great resource at Goldsmiths. It’s an archive of podcasts from various events. There is some really interesting stuff here already and it looks like they are building up. Given the range if interesting events they … Continue reading

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A special issue on ‘The social dynamics of Web 2.0’

The journal Contemporary Social Science has a special issue on ‘ The social dynamics of Web 2.0 ‘.

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