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Michael Stambolis
Sociologist, PhD, UCLA Alum () Professor of American and Gender Studies in Bordeaux (). He/his. Il/lui.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 19
A call for sociological fiction!
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Michael Stambolis Aug 18
Replying to @EGonzaba
Makes me proud of my hometown!
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Michael Stambolis Aug 18
"We always remember the workers when it's too late. May unions continue to be watchkeepers."
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Michael Stambolis Aug 17
Who gains from discriminating against LGBTQ+ people? In what world view is this stance defensible?
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Michael Stambolis Aug 14
Cherokee citizen and Stony Brook professor: the moment has come for queer academia to seriously question the roots of their discipline and ask how the field can include more voices outside the Euro-American canon of Judith Butlers and Jack Halberstams.
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Jason Orne Aug 13
Boosting: This is completely unacceptable. On behalf of the committee on Status of LGBTQ, I apologize that this happened. It speaks to our continuing need to iterate on the policies and procedures that provide restroom equity, including training for employees. I will follow up.
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ASA Sexualities Aug 11
Descoutures & find many French same-sex couples get married in order to safeguard their parental rights. They argue this “marriage license required” mode of establishing kinship is a form of symbolic violence that perpetuates heterosexism.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 13
Replying to @LarreLionel
I think we can use race analytically even as we work to undo racist logics.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 12
Replying to @TMHaltom @MCsociology
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Michael Stambolis Aug 12
Tanya Golash-Boza asks: in what ways is our research on race working to eradicate racial oppression? This, as Dorothy Roberts argues, should be our objective.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 12
Iddo Tavory recommends we rethink causality beyond mechanisms. Think: landscapes, topography, and pilings. What shifts when and why? What holds up the landscape?
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Michael Stambolis Aug 12
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Mignon R. Moore Aug 11
Thank you Madame President Mary Romero. You are most certainly a Truth-Teller. We need you in the academy. Thank you for your Presidential Address this afternoon, thank you for a spectacular program, and thank you for your leadership this year
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Michael Stambolis Aug 11
Replying to @Daniel_Laurison
I have a hard time wrapping my mind around that but then again, I'm excited by the theme and her platform, as well as her vision for sociology. I'm as curious as you are to understand what people disagree with. I can imagine reasons but would rather know concretely.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 11
Replying to @Daniel_Laurison
There are people who took issue with her presidential statement?
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Katie Acosta Aug 11
. There is a lot of alcohol at these meetings. I don't know who needs to see this but if that's you ... This is happening tonight in the lower level of the Sheraton. 2743: Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting (for alcoholics in recovery only)
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Michael Stambolis Aug 11
Replying to @familyunequal
Yikes! Do they know that separating sociologists from their work and friends could lead to some serious griping?
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Jessica Trisko Darden Aug 11
I have a new book out in November. It will change everything you ever thought about foreign aid.
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Michael Stambolis Aug 11
Replying to @MCsociology @daiki_soc
Can't wait!
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Michael Stambolis Aug 11
A lactation room at a conference is a beautiful and important thing
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