Some thoughts about Brexit and the possibilities of using the Sociology of Ignorance.
A colleague told me this sad case about the precarious state of working for the Higher Education sector in the UK. In short, neither payment should be taken for granted nor knowing how much you’ll be paid.
Stuart Hall’s considerable influence in the UK and abroad stems from his cultural, sociological and political trajectories (Back & Moreno Figueroa, 2014; Roman, 2015; Zhang, 2017), as these areas perfectly articulated throughout his life (Solomos, 2014). Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands (Penguin, 2017) is an excellent opportunity to glance over them in both […]