To many, Amanda Gorman stole the show at Biden’s inauguration with her poem, The Hill We Climb. If you listen closely, the references to sociology are everywhere. Amanda Gorman recently [...]
Interesting article from HUFFPOST by a sociology graduate student, Megan Kang. Nice example of ethnographic research methodology.
Came across their website (here) that describes a community-engaged learning course that involved a number of faculty, community organizations and over 100 undergraduate students. I found the [...]
In Community Initiatives, CSA Applied Sociology, Links that Matter, Social Research, Student ResearchPosted
Have a look at an excellent resource from my colleague Dr. Katie Warfield and students from Kwantlen Polytechnic University. The site has tons of online lecture material, videos and links to [...]
Pearson asked me to offer some thoughts about teaching and the pandemic. May as well share. The short article is here and the video here.
Community Cabbage is a food reclamation initiative by UVic students. Recently, a short video was created by two former students that won the Peoples Choice – Social Media Award at Research [...]
I have been fortunate to have worked with Marko and the Existence Project as part of my Soci 438 class. This organization brings people together to share stories, build communities and save [...]
Gotta admit, this was a GREAT class to teach. What a fantastic group of intelligent, passionate and sincere students. It was a pleasure working with each and every one of them. Short article [...]