Contexts

understanding people in their social worlds

Grad team

Women’s March: Big Tents Require Both/And

We won’t agree on everything, and that process of engaging with one another is what will lead to a strong movement and better outcomes. Read More

The case for seeing your Trump-voting family this holiday season

Three members of my immediate family voted for Trump. Then we had the talk. Read More

Feminist Fight Club, for grad students?

We had high hopes that this self-proclaimed feminist manifesto would have some nuggets of wisdom for graduate students. Although we found the book … Read More

Don’t use wounded veterans as symbols for your cause

The misappropriation of images of wounded veterans isn’t something new to this community. Read More

Contexts Quicklit: Digital Sociology

If you want to learn more about how the digital relates to your sociological research, here are some great places to start. Read More

How to end institutional racism

Politicians promise. Sociologists can help. Read More

Podcasts for the sociologically inclined

Some of us here at Contexts Grad Team are big fans of podcasts. Here are our top picks. Read More

Contexts quicklit: 8 Agenda-setting articles on the sociology of rape

The latest issue of Gender & Society sets a course for the sociology of rape. Read More

7 things maps tell us about neighborhoods

Sociologists can use mapping to describe communities and analyze relationships within them, painting a picture of how individuals interact with their neighborhoods and how those … Read More

Book gift ideas from the Contexts grad team

It’s the end of the year, and time for sociology grad students everywhere to buy last-minute gifts for their family and friends — who presumably love … Read More