Hartmut Rosa, resonance and the sociology of the good life

Julian Schaap, Hartmut Rosa, Giselinde Kuipers

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Abstract

In this episode, we are joined by Hartmut Rosa, one of today’s ‘big thinkers’ in sociology, to talk about his work on the concept of resonance and how it relates to inequalities. After becoming popular in Germany, his work is now gaining ground in anglophone sociology too. But what does resonance mean? What is a sociology of the good life? And how does resonance theory affect how we think about and understand social inequalities? By dealing with these questions, we discover blindspots of current inequality studies and explore directions for new research. Join us for this special episode with Hartmut Rosa to learn more about his social theory of resonance.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputPodcast
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2021

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