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Journeys through Sociology


Executive Committee 2010-2014

On this page you will find interviews with each of the 22-member Executive Committee of the ISA. The interviewer is Laleh Behbehanian, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley. She asks these senior sociologists how they made it into sociology and what challenges they faced. Did they ever dream of being anything else but a sociologist? Every week a new interview will be posted, so you will be able to follow the fascinating biographies of the ISA leadership, their divergent roads to sociology, what sociology means to them, and how the pursuit of sociology looks different across the planet.







 

 

 

 

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