The Connected Sociologies Curriculum Project is a project of The Sociological Review.
We provide free resources for the rethinking of social science concepts, categories, and topics that enable us to make better sense of the worlds we live in.
We organise events bringing together scholars, teachers, students, sixth-formers and members of the public to explore sociological issues.
We have also developed a curriculum organised in modules responding to specific debates in the social sciences. The curriculum is designed to supplement teaching at A-level (secondary school level) in related subjects. In each individual session, you will find a video recording of a lecture with accompanying transcript, podcast, slides, suggested readings (mainly open-access) and discussion questions suitable for classroom activities at secondary school and undergraduate level.
Currently we have 8 modules
- The Making of the Modern World
- British Citizenship, Race, and Rights
- Colonial Global Economy
- Policing "Crime" and "Violence"
- Modern Social Theory
- Migration, Borders, Diaspora
- The Environment & Climate Change
- The Politics of Inequality
To find out more and to stay in touch with the Connected Sociologies Curriculum Project, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on social media – Twitter and Instagram – and sign up to our mailing list here.
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Gurminder K Bhambra is Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies at the University of Sussex, a Trustee at the Sociological Review Foundation, and a Fellow of the British Academy. She is co-editor of Discover Society, an online social research magazine, and editor of Global Social Theory. She is author of the prize-winning Rethinking Modernity: Postcolonialism and the Sociological Imagination and Connected Sociologies. She is also co-editor of Decolonising the University.
Amit Singh Amit Singh is an Associate Lecturer in Cultural Geography at UCL. He is the author of Fighting Identity (Routledge 2022) and since 2017 has delivered a 26-week sociology enrichment curriculum, "Race, Class & Society," for sixth-form students in South London.
Alexandra Wanjiku Kelbert is a ESRC-funded PhD student at the University of Warwick. Her work focuses on the politics of race, class and solidarity in Britain today. Alexandra is a member of UKBLM.
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Ishan Khurana is a PhD student at UCL working on the LUX-ZEPLIN dark matter experiment and a co-organiser of Consented. Along with Lukas, he regularly runs youth projects in schools focussing on both the natural and social sciences.
Lucy Capes is a history teacher in East London. She also runs a parallel curriculum of events, workshops and short courses called The Knowledge is Power programme.
Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper is a lecturer in social and public policy, in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London. He is author of Black Resistance to British Policing, (Manchester University Press 2021) and co-author of Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State (Pluto Press, 2021). Adam sits on the board of The Monitoring Group, an anti-racist organisation challenging state racisms and racial violence.
Prof John Holmwood is Professor Emeritus in the School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham.
Dr Su-ming Khoo is Lecturer in Political Science and Sociology at Galway University.
Saquib Malik is a teacher of Philosophy, Beliefs & Ethics at Chestnut Grove Academy in Balham, South London. He is also a coordinator of the Consented Youth supplementary curriculum at Chestnut Grove.
Dr Lucy Mayblin is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Sheffield.
Dr Lisa Palmer is Deputy Director of the Stephen Lawrence Centre at De Montfort University.
Professor Ben Rogaly is a Professor of Human Geography at the University of Sussex. He lived and worked in Peterborough through the 2010s, which led to the book Stories from a migrant city: living and working together in the shadow of Brexit. He is currently involved in the Hopeful Solidarities project in Brighton and Hove.