SASE interviews Julia Lynch on health care
Sylvia Walby is Professor of Sociology and Gender Research at the University of Lancaster. Her recent book Crisis (Polity, 2015) is a concise analysis of the present social, political, and economic moment in the UK, the EU, and advanced capitalist societies more broadly. Walby provides scholars of socio-economics with a conceptual architecture through which to […]
“In general, I am more interested in identifying possibilities for inclusion and change rather than being satisfied with more conventional left and social democratic concerns for “critique” or identifying how bad capitalism is now or how even worse it is becoming.” Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your intellectual […]
We took advantage of the SASE/Lyon 2017 meeting to interview some lively SASE scholars. Here is the first in the series.
Patrik Aspers speaks with us in advance of his featured talk at the Bringing The New Economic Sociology Back Into the Sociological Analysis Workshop in Warsaw next May.