Edited by Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey
Academic and general interest in the politics and nature of ignorance has grown steeply in recent years. The Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies is the first comprehensive volume on the legal, social, economic and scientific uses of ignorance to date.
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Chapter 23; Global White Ignorance, by Charles Mills
Onofrio Romano is Professor of Sociology at the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Bari, and the author of The Sociology of Knowledge in a Time of Crisis: Challenging the Phantom of Liberty. Find out how this approach to the evolution of social and political thought differs to other perspectives in the field, and what direction or focus this may take in the next few years. Read the interview here
Last month saw the release of The Contradictions of Love: Towards a feminist-realist ontology of sociosexuality, by Lena Gunnarsson. Have a read through our interview with Lena to learn about what led her to write the book, and the power that women really have over men...!
Author M. Joseph Srigy sat down with Routledge to discuss his new title, Real Estate Marketing and how it is specifically designed to educate real estate students with the art and science of the real estate marketing profession.
Sonia Hirt, co-editor of The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs, discusses her recently published book and the influence of Jacobs in 20th-century urban design and planning thought.
Author Margaret Cowell talks about her recently published book, Dealing with Deindustrialization, and how the ‘reshoring’ of manufacturing jobs extends the book's focus on the deindustrialization of the Midwest during the 1970s and '80s.
Eric Bruun, author of Better Public Transit Systems, answers a few questions about his book and makes suggestions on transit systems analysis.
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