Nothing against watching it, but it's not good.
I had the privilege of interviewing Judith Stacey for the Annex Sociology Podcast. Joseph Cohen asked me if I had any ideas for guest hosting the podcast, and this had been on my mind for a while -- the cohort of women who brought feminism into academia in the 1960s and 1970s. In the ongoing…
One lesson: Just don't say the part you're afraid they'll use by itself.
You may as well read Michiko Kakutani's book in one sitting.
Observations on family and fertility from a visit to China.
I bet at least a few people somewhere between Canada and Chile would find a reason to stay in their homes.
Awed by her spirit of adventure, the confidence to seize the moment, and the commitment to doing social science for the public interest.
Updating the adoption data series.
Fortunately, the hotel we're stranded at is only a few blocks from the Art Institute of Chicago. Tooling around the museum I was still thinking about sex dimorphism, especially this piece in Time where I referenced ancient art and this one where I compared depictions of Hercules. I have no expertise in art history, so…
A two-thirds drop since 2004.