360° - Sociology Stories

hand-painted banner reading "feminismo" held by women at an outdoor march

360°: Feminisms in Latin America

As part of a genealogy of feminisms within the Global South, feminisms in Latin America have critically engaged with mainstream euro-centric feminist debates but also contributed theoretical, political, epistemological, and socio-cultural approaches and tools to identify, examine, interrogate, contest, and dismantle structural oppressions.

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360°: Pathways to Policy

This cluster focuses on how policies in particular domains -- environment, economy, health, and education -- are developed and implemented in different national contexts.

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Six students cluster on a wooden platform with volcanic mountains, voluminous grey clouds, and a calm lake in the background. A student and a facilitator converse in the foreground, standing on large rocks near a retaining wall.

360°: Decolonizing Knowledges

This cluster uses the lenses of physics, sociology, and literary studies to critically and comparatively examine the ways we imagine and reimagine the worlds in which we live, from the cosmos to social structures and from cultural to personal experiences.

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360°: Children's Books

Through the College’s Ellery Yale Wood Collection of children’s and young adult books, students will investigate childhood, explore literature, and creatively engage in the process of writing children’s literature.

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360°: Migrations

This 360° uses the lenses of cultural studies, history, and sociology to critically and comparatively examine migration in different national contexts and historical moments.

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