Saturday, April 10, 2004

Shelving sociology
Kieran Healey, at Crooked Timber, has a funny piece about what we can learn about our disciplines based on what's shelved in their sections at Borders or Barnes & Noble.

Sociology: Dominated in the 1990s by research on the O.J. Simpson trial, sociologists have recently turned their attention to Frank McCourt's early adulthood and life in the year 2000.

Crooked Timber: Shelf Life


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