The Challenge of Chairing (Wynn, Besen-Cassino and Weeden)

Episode 2 September 21, 2020 00:46:01
The Challenge of Chairing (Wynn, Besen-Cassino and Weeden)
Annex Sociology Podcast
The Challenge of Chairing (Wynn, Besen-Cassino and Weeden)
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Show Notes

Today, The Annex is pleased to present a very special episode assembled by Jonathan Wynn from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst on the challenges of chairing sociology departments in the face of COVID19 and the many other challenges society faces. He is joined by two experienced departmental leaders, Yasemin Bessen-Cassino (Montclair State) and Kim Weeden (Cornell University).

 

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