New Live Sociology site

Goldsmiths sociology have launched a new ‘Live Sociology‘ web resource. It is still in its beta stages, so it is under development, but it already has links to lots of resources. The idea seems to be to provide a single space that brings together the things that they find interesting and that explore and enchant the sociological imagination in different ways. It looks like it will be a key resource. The title is taken from an article by Les Back in this collection (which is one of my favourite sociology articles of recent years). Here is the description of the live sociology site:

This site curates sociological resources that staff and students at Goldsmiths, University of London (and beyond) have found useful in enlivening their sociological imaginations.
It includes blogs, websites, journals and other materials that we routinely draw upon in our various attempts to cultivate a live sociology drawing upon a range of inventive methods.

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