Sociology in Dialogue is a new Podcast run by MPhil students at the Department of Sociology. The podcast opens up conversations between departments with students from Education, World History and Geography, in order to explore the opportunities that come from interdisciplinary study.

Meet the Hosts

Seetha


Hi! I’m Seetha and I’m an MPhil student on the Political and Economic sociology track, originally from Australia. I am researching the role of the diaspora and social movements in transnational politics. I studied Political Science and Middle Eastern studies during my undergraduate in France, but I have a secret soft spot for history. I am interested in interdisciplinary research methods and practices and how we can borrow and learn from other disciplines.


Lorna

Hi! I am Lorna, an MPhil student on the Marginality and Exclusion pathway. My research looks at school choice in Wales, which is where I am from, and explores connections between inequalities, education, culture and language. After less than a term at Cambridge my ideas have been challenged and reworked as I constantly learn more from the amazing academics and my peers in the department. This podcast is an exciting chance for us to put Sociology in dialogue with other disciplines and see what we can learn from them too!


Laura

Hi! I’m Laura and I am an MPhil student on the Marginality and Exclusion pathway. My research, focusing on former European colonies, considers how coloniality is (re)produced in modern tourism. Before studying Sociology, I came from the discipline of Human Geography, so I am excited to put these two disciplines into conversation with one another, and to find out what Geography can teach Sociology and vice versa. I’m still yet to fully understand all the differences between the two disciplines so hopefully this podcast can be an educational experience for everyone involved.


Stay tuned, we’ll be releasing a new episode tomorrow (Fri 14 June)! Follow us on SoundCloud.

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