Goldsmiths’ Sociology and Warwick’s Politics departments discuss books

As part of their 50 year celebrations Goldsmiths Sociology department have a new Open Books feature on their website. It features staff and students reflecting on their current reading. It features three entries so far, maybe there will be more to follow.

The Warwick Politics and International studies department have something similar on their blog. In that case though members of staff nominate one of their own books/articles and another book that they would suggest reading (I found this via Stuart Elden’s blog).

If I get chance, I might put together a post on ‘reading about reading’ to sit alongside the one I did on reading about writing and a post on Reading…How Much and What Type?.

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2 Responses to Goldsmiths’ Sociology and Warwick’s Politics departments discuss books

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Goldsmiths’ Sociology on the books they’re reading – plus Warwick’s Politics as linked from here before.

  2. Pingback: Current reading…Foucault and Ajana | Thinking culture

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