What the Study of Leisure Teaches Us About Families (Marybeth Stalp)

Episode 28 December 09, 2019 00:29:06
What the Study of Leisure Teaches Us About Families (Marybeth Stalp)
Annex Sociology Podcast
What the Study of Leisure Teaches Us About Families (Marybeth Stalp)
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Show Notes

Today, we meet Marybeth Stalp, whose recent work on the sociology quilting explores the intersection of leisure, gender, and family.

Our guest today is Marybeth Stalp from the University of Northern Iowa. We are also joined by special guest host Sarah Patterson from the University of Michigan.

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