The Edited Collections (2022)

In a recent blog on The Sociological Review Magazine, we outline a case for developing a sociological imagination for the Anthropocene. We suggested that:

A sociological imagination for the Anthropocene must find innovative, productive and critical ways to move beyond the anthropocentrism, human exceptionalism and methodological individualism that underpins the more conventional sense of a sociological imagination that characterises orthodox sociologies of childhood and youth.

We illustrated this call by referencing the soon to be published two volume edited collection that emerged from the conference that we held in Bilbao in 2019

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