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Mike Savage on The Old New Politics of Class

Mike Savage’s inaugural lecture at the LSE is now available as audio and video. It’s on the topic of The Old New Politics of Class. In the lecture Mike talks about his work on class, and how his previous work … Continue reading

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The special issue on ‘Field Analysis in Cultural Sociology’ is currently open access

The special issue of Cultural Sociology on ‘Field Analysis in Cultural Sociology‘ edited by Mike Savage and Elizabeth B. Silva is currently available open access. This includes all of the articles in the special issue. My piece on ‘Genre, Boundary … Continue reading

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The Social Life of Methods…a new special issue of Theory, Culture & Society

Theory, Culture & Society have just published a special issue on ‘The Social Life of Methods’. It has been edited by Evelyn Ruppert, John Law and Mike Savage. The issue covers a range of issues about the role of method … Continue reading

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Genre, Boundary Drawing and the Classificatory Imagination (and a special issue on Field Analysis and Cultural Sociology)

A special issue on Field Analysis in Cultural Sociology has just been published in the journal Cultural Sociology. It’s been edited by Mike Savage and Elizabeth B. Silva. The issue covers a range of topics from art, to music, to … Continue reading

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