How do inequalities in access to digital technologies persist after everyone gets an iPad and access to a hotspot?
We discuss Eli Wilson’s research on inequality in the restaurant industry.
What effect will social isolation and physical distancing have on already marginalized communities during the COVID-19 pandemic?
We speak to Victor Ray about racialized organizations.
We discuss NPR as a racialized organization.
An interview with Judith Stacey (NYU), a towering figure in gender studies, interviewed by Philip Cohen (Maryland)
Amaka Okechukwu discusses her new book about the historical politics of affirmative action and open admissions in college admissions.
Rengin Firat (UC Riverside) discusses how human neurology shapes the social phenomena that sociologists study.
Recently, Georgetown students voted to pay an additional fee in an attempt to atone for the school’s past with slavery. We discuss the idea of reparations as a means for atoning for America’s past with slavery. Cristobal Young is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Cornell University. He is the author of The Myth of […]
An interview with James R. Jones about his work on race. Neda Magbouleh is an Assistant Professor of Sociology from the University of Toronto. She wrote The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race (2017, Stanford). Click here to hear other segments featuring Neda. Clayton Childress is an Assistant Professor of […]