Category: Sociology

Queering Tango

Queering Tango

—Kathy Davis
Queer tango activism belongs to a new kind of cultural politics which celebrates embodied difference, making intersectionality and inclusion its centrepiece.

Cultural Cognition in Time, from Memory to Imagination

Cultural Cognition in Time, from Memory to Imagination

—Peter Hart-Brinson
“[M]inds imagine things just like minds remember things, but the resources and the effects of imagination and memory are cultural and social.” Original post by Culture, Cognition, and Action blog.

Mobilizing Threat

Mobilizing Threat

—Greg Prieto
Avoidance and isolation offer immigrants short term protection from the reach of law enforcement, but also form a barrier to participation in the form of agency that is most likely to deliver long term relief: social movement organizing.