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The Annex Sociology Podcast

The Annex Sociology Podcast

Sociocast Project

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219
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The Annex is an academic sociology-themed podcast. It discusses news, debates, and research findings that are of interest to professional sociology scholars.

Latest Episodes

Racialized Organizations (Victor Ray)

EIn this week's episode of The Annex, we talk about the concept of "racialized organizations" with Victor Ray (University of Iowa). Victor recently published "Why So Many Organizations Stay White" in Harvard Business Review. Special guest co-host Jason Smith from George Mason University, and recent editor of Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media (Routledge). Photo Credit By Unknown author - originally uploaded on de.wikipedia by User:MOdmate at 6 March 2007, 10:28. Filename was Datei:Direktorium LDE.JPG., Public Domain, Link

40 MIN6 d ago
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Racialized Organizations (Victor Ray)

Teaching Online (Rafalow, Medley-Rath & Silva)

EThe COVID-19 crisis thrust the academy into teaching online. In this episode, we talk to three colleagues with expertise in online pedagogy. Matthew Rafalow is a social scientist at Google who earned his doctorate in sociology at the University of California, Irvine. He is an ethnographer who specializes in human-machine interactions, and currently leads a research program on streaming experiences at Google. Stephanie Medley-Rath is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Indiana University Kokomo, and is incoming Chair of the ASA's Section of Teaching and Learning in Sociology. Derek Silva is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at King's University College. He has a forthcoming article in Teaching Sociology on the use of podcasts in pedagogy, and hosts the podcast What's That Noise? Photo Credit By Blackboard Inc. - Own work, Public Domain, Link

42 MIN1 w ago
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Teaching Online (Rafalow, Medley-Rath & Silva)

The Moral Obligation to Succeed in College (Daniel Chambliss)

EDaniel Chambliss is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Hamilton College. He recently co-published How College Works (with Christopher G. Takacs) with Harvard University Press. Today, we discuss his recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, "Go Ahead, Drop My Course", which discusses the professional philosophy of dealing with students who aren't interested in sociology or college. Photo Credits "Vidya paratishthan's college of engineering, baramati"bysonaliulapeis licensed underCC BY-NC 2.0

19 MIN2 w ago
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The Moral Obligation to Succeed in College (Daniel Chambliss)

Hijabs and Jobs

EToday, we talk about how wearing hijabs affect job prospects among Muslim women. Our guest is Eman Abdelhadi (University of Chicago) recently authored "The Hijab and Muslim Women's Employment in the United States" in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. We have two co-hosts. John O'Brien (NYU Abu Dhabi). John is author of the award-winning Keeping It Halal: The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teenage Boys with Princeton University Press. Neda Magbouleh (University of Toronto) is author of The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race with Stanford University Press.

30 MIN3 w ago
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Hijabs and Jobs

Professional Wrestling

EToday, The Annex delves into the world of professional wrestling with R. Tyson Smith, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Fighting for Recognition: Identity, Masculinity, and the Act of Violence in Professional Wrestling (Duke University Press). We have two great co-hosts. Patrick Reilly is a sociologist at the Paul Merage School of Business University of California, Irvine. He is a media sociologist, author of "No Laughter Among Thieves" in the American Sociological Review, and a part-time independent wrestling announcer in California. Timothy Gill is a sociologist at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Tim is an expert on Venezuelan politics, recently published The Future of U.S. Empire in the Americas: The Trump Administration and Beyond with Routledge, and is a former wrestler. Photo Credits "Pro Wrestling LIVE! Campaign Materials"byLindsey Wardis licensed underCC BY-NC-ND 4.0

46 MINAPR 27
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Professional Wrestling

Race and Racialized Voices at NPR

EPublic radio has sometimes criticized as being "too white". Today's episode examines the idea that NPR is a racialized organization. Laura Garbes is a doctoral student at Brown University. She studies the racialization of voice in public radio. Laura recently posted “When the “Blank Slate” Is a White One: White Institutional Isomorphism in the Birth of National Public Radio” to SocArXiv. Victor Ray is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Iowa. Victor recently published “A Theory of Racialized Organizations” in the American Journal of Sociology. Photo Credit By AgnosticPreachersKid at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

35 MINAPR 20
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Race and Racialized Voices at NPR

The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teen Boys

EToday, we discuss the everyday lives of American Muslim teen boys with John O'Brien (NYU Abu Dhabi). John is author of the award-winning Keeping It Halal: The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teenage Boys with Princeton University Press. We have two special co-hosts. Neda Magbouleh (University of Toronto) is author of The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race with Stanford University Press. Eman Abdelhadi (University of Chicago) recently authored "The Hijab and Muslim Women's Employment in the United States" in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Photo Credit "DSC09217"byStrelka Institute photois licensed underCC BY 2.0

45 MINAPR 13
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The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teen Boys

EMTs and Society

EToday, we discuss emergency medical workers' role in society, and what you can learn about contemporary American by following them around. Our guest is Josh Seim from the University of South California, Dornsife. Josh is the author of Bandage, Sort, and Hustle (University of California Press). Photo Credits By Rama - Own work, CeCILL, Link

35 MINAPR 6
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EMTs and Society

Gender, Work and Relationships

EToday, The Annex sits down with Jacklyn Wong, who researches gender, relationships, and careers to ask: What is holding women back?. Jaclyn Wongis an Assistant Professor of Sociology at theUniversity of South Carolina. She recently published “Competing Desires: How Young Adult Couples Negotiate Moving for Career Opportunities” in Gender and Society. Sarah Pattersonis a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Population Studies Center at theUniversity of Michigan. Leslie Hinksonis the National Vice President of Racial Justice and Equity at theLeague of Conservation Voters. Marybeth Stalpis a Professor of Sociology at theUniversity of Northern Iowa. Photo Credit By Jan Sanders van Hemessen - Christie's, Public Domain, Link

28 MINMAR 29
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Gender, Work and Relationships

Vocational Training and Working Class Colleges

EWe discuss whether working class students are served well by a higher ed curriculum that eschews vocational training. Recently, Albert Fu (Kutztown) pushed back on those who oppose fielding curricula with vocational focuses. The anti-job view is elitist. I'm a second-gen immigrant, that teaches a lot of first gen college students. I went to college to open up career opportunities, as do my students.— Albert S. Fu (@Professor_Fu) January 27, 2020 I teach at a school that serves working class students, and this view struck a chord with me. I assembled a panel of faculty teaching at colleges who teach at colleges that serve the working class to discuss the role of vocational training in higher ed. Albert Fu is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Kutztown University. Michelle Corbin is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Worcester State University. Colby King is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of South Carolina, Upstate. Photo Credit By Tdorante10 - Own work...

48 MINMAR 27
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Vocational Training and Working Class Colleges

Latest Episodes

Racialized Organizations (Victor Ray)

EIn this week's episode of The Annex, we talk about the concept of "racialized organizations" with Victor Ray (University of Iowa). Victor recently published "Why So Many Organizations Stay White" in Harvard Business Review. Special guest co-host Jason Smith from George Mason University, and recent editor of Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media (Routledge). Photo Credit By Unknown author - originally uploaded on de.wikipedia by User:MOdmate at 6 March 2007, 10:28. Filename was Datei:Direktorium LDE.JPG., Public Domain, Link

40 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Racialized Organizations (Victor Ray)

Teaching Online (Rafalow, Medley-Rath & Silva)

EThe COVID-19 crisis thrust the academy into teaching online. In this episode, we talk to three colleagues with expertise in online pedagogy. Matthew Rafalow is a social scientist at Google who earned his doctorate in sociology at the University of California, Irvine. He is an ethnographer who specializes in human-machine interactions, and currently leads a research program on streaming experiences at Google. Stephanie Medley-Rath is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Indiana University Kokomo, and is incoming Chair of the ASA's Section of Teaching and Learning in Sociology. Derek Silva is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at King's University College. He has a forthcoming article in Teaching Sociology on the use of podcasts in pedagogy, and hosts the podcast What's That Noise? Photo Credit By Blackboard Inc. - Own work, Public Domain, Link

42 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Teaching Online (Rafalow, Medley-Rath & Silva)

The Moral Obligation to Succeed in College (Daniel Chambliss)

EDaniel Chambliss is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Hamilton College. He recently co-published How College Works (with Christopher G. Takacs) with Harvard University Press. Today, we discuss his recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, "Go Ahead, Drop My Course", which discusses the professional philosophy of dealing with students who aren't interested in sociology or college. Photo Credits "Vidya paratishthan's college of engineering, baramati"bysonaliulapeis licensed underCC BY-NC 2.0

19 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Moral Obligation to Succeed in College (Daniel Chambliss)

Hijabs and Jobs

EToday, we talk about how wearing hijabs affect job prospects among Muslim women. Our guest is Eman Abdelhadi (University of Chicago) recently authored "The Hijab and Muslim Women's Employment in the United States" in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. We have two co-hosts. John O'Brien (NYU Abu Dhabi). John is author of the award-winning Keeping It Halal: The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teenage Boys with Princeton University Press. Neda Magbouleh (University of Toronto) is author of The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race with Stanford University Press.

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Hijabs and Jobs

Professional Wrestling

EToday, The Annex delves into the world of professional wrestling with R. Tyson Smith, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Fighting for Recognition: Identity, Masculinity, and the Act of Violence in Professional Wrestling (Duke University Press). We have two great co-hosts. Patrick Reilly is a sociologist at the Paul Merage School of Business University of California, Irvine. He is a media sociologist, author of "No Laughter Among Thieves" in the American Sociological Review, and a part-time independent wrestling announcer in California. Timothy Gill is a sociologist at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Tim is an expert on Venezuelan politics, recently published The Future of U.S. Empire in the Americas: The Trump Administration and Beyond with Routledge, and is a former wrestler. Photo Credits "Pro Wrestling LIVE! Campaign Materials"byLindsey Wardis licensed underCC BY-NC-ND 4.0

46 MINAPR 27
Comments
Professional Wrestling

Race and Racialized Voices at NPR

EPublic radio has sometimes criticized as being "too white". Today's episode examines the idea that NPR is a racialized organization. Laura Garbes is a doctoral student at Brown University. She studies the racialization of voice in public radio. Laura recently posted “When the “Blank Slate” Is a White One: White Institutional Isomorphism in the Birth of National Public Radio” to SocArXiv. Victor Ray is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Iowa. Victor recently published “A Theory of Racialized Organizations” in the American Journal of Sociology. Photo Credit By AgnosticPreachersKid at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

35 MINAPR 20
Comments
Race and Racialized Voices at NPR

The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teen Boys

EToday, we discuss the everyday lives of American Muslim teen boys with John O'Brien (NYU Abu Dhabi). John is author of the award-winning Keeping It Halal: The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teenage Boys with Princeton University Press. We have two special co-hosts. Neda Magbouleh (University of Toronto) is author of The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race with Stanford University Press. Eman Abdelhadi (University of Chicago) recently authored "The Hijab and Muslim Women's Employment in the United States" in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Photo Credit "DSC09217"byStrelka Institute photois licensed underCC BY 2.0

45 MINAPR 13
Comments
The Everyday Lives of Muslim American Teen Boys

EMTs and Society

EToday, we discuss emergency medical workers' role in society, and what you can learn about contemporary American by following them around. Our guest is Josh Seim from the University of South California, Dornsife. Josh is the author of Bandage, Sort, and Hustle (University of California Press). Photo Credits By Rama - Own work, CeCILL, Link

35 MINAPR 6
Comments
EMTs and Society

Gender, Work and Relationships

EToday, The Annex sits down with Jacklyn Wong, who researches gender, relationships, and careers to ask: What is holding women back?. Jaclyn Wongis an Assistant Professor of Sociology at theUniversity of South Carolina. She recently published “Competing Desires: How Young Adult Couples Negotiate Moving for Career Opportunities” in Gender and Society. Sarah Pattersonis a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Population Studies Center at theUniversity of Michigan. Leslie Hinksonis the National Vice President of Racial Justice and Equity at theLeague of Conservation Voters. Marybeth Stalpis a Professor of Sociology at theUniversity of Northern Iowa. Photo Credit By Jan Sanders van Hemessen - Christie's, Public Domain, Link

28 MINMAR 29
Comments
Gender, Work and Relationships

Vocational Training and Working Class Colleges

EWe discuss whether working class students are served well by a higher ed curriculum that eschews vocational training. Recently, Albert Fu (Kutztown) pushed back on those who oppose fielding curricula with vocational focuses. The anti-job view is elitist. I'm a second-gen immigrant, that teaches a lot of first gen college students. I went to college to open up career opportunities, as do my students.— Albert S. Fu (@Professor_Fu) January 27, 2020 I teach at a school that serves working class students, and this view struck a chord with me. I assembled a panel of faculty teaching at colleges who teach at colleges that serve the working class to discuss the role of vocational training in higher ed. Albert Fu is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Kutztown University. Michelle Corbin is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Worcester State University. Colby King is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of South Carolina, Upstate. Photo Credit By Tdorante10 - Own work...

48 MINMAR 27
Comments
Vocational Training and Working Class Colleges
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