I’m so excited the book I’ve been working on with Lambros Fatsis over the last few years is coming out in June. It’s the result of a long conversation we’ve had about our mutual frustrations concerning ‘public sociology’ which led us to rethink what it means to be public scholars once digital platforms are ubiquitous and the public sphere has been decimated by COVID-19.
Chapter 1. Defining ‘the Public’
Chapter 2. The History of Platforms
Chapter 3. Between Publics and Platforms
Chapter 4. Sociology and its Platforms
Chapter 5. The Past, Present, and Future of Public Sociology
Chapter 6. Making Sociology Public
Chapter 7. Making Platforms Public
Chapter 8. Assembling Public Sociology
It’s available with a 50% discount if you use code BSA2021 at bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/the-public-and-their-platforms between April 13th-15th when we’ll be launching it at the BSA conference.
Categories: Digital Sociology of Higher Education