" Michael Burawoy, Editor Global Dialogue 7.1"

   

 

Letter from Michael Burawoy, Editor of Global Dialogue

March 16, 2017

The March issue of Global Dialogue (GD7.1) has now been posted. We lead with interviews of four distinguished sociologists from four different continents: Mona Abaza reflects on the fate of Post-Revolutionary Egypt and the militarization of life in Cairo; Luc Boltanski tells us how detective novels can be a basis of a sociology of critique; Sarah Mosoetsa recounts the engaging of an amazing institute she directs in South Africa; and Patricia Hill Collins presents her famous critique of the media representation of African-American women.  Then there follows five articles on Singapore’s flourishing sociology after the authoritarian rule of Lee Kuan Yew.  We have two articles on the rightward shift in Polish politics, specifically the anti-gender politics around abortion rights, and the protests they engendered. We end with a report on the thriving ISA Junior Sociologists Network and introductions to the Indonesian editorial team. 

I will be stepping down from being editor of Global Dialogue at the end of the year.  The ISA is looking for a successor editor.  You can find the call for applications at the ISA website.
          

    
   

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