Draws on expertise from across disciplines to gain international and comparative perspectives on how to extend cultural membership within societies, better understand social and cultural processes behind recognition gaps, and determine ways to make societies more inclusive.
What we are talking about
- According to @Opportunity1, "it's time for a Third Reconstruction: a fundamental reconsideration of our Constitution, systems, institutions, & practices to uphold human rights and ensure equal opportunity for all." t.co/Ko8UynBPS1
- Cluster steering committee member and WCFIA director @MelaniCammett describes the skillsets a successful political scientist needs... t.co/H9i1RmxNgP
- "...there are so many millions of people across this country who do not understand the history of slavery in any way that is commensurate with the actual impact that it had on our history and on our contemporary landscape of inequality..." t.co/OsbpJCPZLD
- Chinese nationalism shouldn't be seen as one-dimensional, argues former undergrad associate and @HKS_BizGov fellow Richard Yarrow. It bolsters economic growth on many levels. Read his new essay with Zeying Wu of @BU_GRS for @east_asia_forum. t.co/z4LNwV7ui1
- A network of women social scientists in Germany interviews @MelaniCammett about the skillset of a successful political scientist and the elements of a winning paper. Sage advice on fieldwork, attitude and how to juggle work/life demands. t.co/OBrr2mNOaK
- My new article on urban inequality, drawing on field research in São Paulo, is out now in Theory and Society. Very interested to hear what you think (and please don't be shy to share)! Embeddedness and cohesion: regimes of urban public goods distribution t.co/0T9jWtGA4d t.co/bYBYTq2yvM