Updating a series I started in 2013. Despite what people in my generation were told, it's not true that, "facts are useless in an emergency." Knowing basic facts is the key to detecting bullshit, which thrives in conditions of basic ignorance. In this post I suggest you and your students memorize a small number of…
This week it's back to teaching Family Demography. I added a few weeks of pandemic related readings. And some things I never read before.
An introductory lecture and reading list for Social Problems, pandemic edition
Sabbatical over / Syllabuses done / Welcome all students / Come many come one
Breaking down the year's best blog posts for use in teaching this fall.
One new book, two new editions. Books are back!
New and old posts for teaching family sociology, by topic.
One of my favorite courses, new and improved.
If you (or I) read all this, we'll know a lot more than we did before.
The syllabus for my new graduate seminar.