Research News – October 2021

Awards Fay Dennis has been awarded the Sociology of Health & Illness New Writer’s Prize for her article Drug fatalities and treatment fatalism: Complicating the ageing cohort theory. Faten Khazaei (Postdoctoral Researcher) has been awarded the Brigitte-Schnegg-Prize for 2021 for her thesis entitled Manufacturing Difference: Double Standard in Swiss Institutional responses to Intimate Partner Violence. … Continue reading Research News – October 2021

Research News – May 2021

Publications   Christos Varvantakis has a chapter published in a recent edited volume on photography and collective identities in Greece: Varvantakis, C. (2021) ‘Η Ακρόπολη από μακριά: Απόσταση, εγγύτητα και αφή’ (‘Acropolis from a distance: Distance, proximity and touch.’), in Petsini, P. and Stathatos, Y. (eds) Φωτογραφία και συλλογικές ταυτότητες: Ελληνικές φωτογραφικές μελέτες Ι (Photography … Continue reading Research News – May 2021

Research News – April 2021

Publications Martin Savransky has published an essay titled “After Progress: Notes for an Ecology of Perhaps” in the latest issue of Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organisation, as part of a special issue on “Standby: Organising modes of in/activity”. It’s open access! Natassia Brenman has recently had a book review published in the Sociology of … Continue reading Research News – April 2021

Research News – February 2021

Awards Congratulations to Yesim Yildiz, who has been awarded a 3-year funded ESRC New Investigator’s Grant, entitled: Official Archives of State Violence, starting 1 March. Congratulations, also to Miranda Armstrong who received an award of £8385 from the grassroots organisation Resourcing Racial Justice to further develop her PhD research and undertake some advocacy around the … Continue reading Research News – February 2021

Can you hear me? Poppy September-Peters and Rosette Jaminki In Conversation with Kiran Grewal and Svenja Bromberg

14th July 2020 Poppy September-Peters and Rosette Jaminki In Conversation with Kiran Grewal and Svenja Bromberg about the 2019 and 2020 University and College Union  (UCU) strikes, pandemic and online teaching. Organised by Yasmin Gunaratnam. In March 2020, after the strikes held by the academic staff concluded, the sociology department of Goldsmiths University was ready … Continue reading Can you hear me? Poppy September-Peters and Rosette Jaminki In Conversation with Kiran Grewal and Svenja Bromberg

Latin America: Translation Attempts

“Latin America: Translation attempts” series is supported by the Unit of Global Justice Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths; Latin Elephant; and the Latin American Hub, Goldsmiths. The films take place at Goldsmiths University of London as follows: 15/03 Daughter of The Lake (2015, Peru, 87 minutes), directed by Ernesto Cabellos. Q&A (online) with director Ernesto Cabellos. 29/03 … Continue reading Latin America: Translation Attempts

13 Dead, Nothing Said: Photography as Political Witness

10 May 2017 4-6.00pm RHB137a, Goldsmiths University of London On 2nd March 1981 a protest took place called the Black People Day of Action. On their placards was written the slogan “Thirteen dead and nothing said”. Vron Ware photographed this historic moment and the event will use this exhibition to explore the relationship between photography, … Continue reading 13 Dead, Nothing Said: Photography as Political Witness