This article analyzes the recent #MeToo campaign through the lens of the notions of testimonial and hermeneutical injustice, formulated by Miranda Fricker as the two most typical instances of epistemic injustice.
Watch Sandra Smith and Dave Harding’s lecture, “Criminal Justice Reform in the Era of Trump,” part of the teach-in seminar series: “What Next? Sociologists Speak on the Future of the World.”
Watch Raka Ray’s lecture, “Redistribution, Recognition, and the Male White Working Class Vote,” part of the teach-in seminar series: “What Next? Sociologists Speak on the Future of the World.”
In this photo essay, Siddhi Bhandari explores gender relations in the context of holi, the Hindu festival of colors, as celebrated in the village of Chilkiya in the foothills of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India.
Over the past six months, three prominent cases of sexual harassment at UC Berkeley have garnered international attention and have resulted in two faculty resignations. But many students argue that the university has done too little, too late – and has severely mishandled sexual harassment investigations.
Long before “intersectionality” gave us a language to analyze the interactions of race, class, and gender, W.E.B. Du Bois examined the particular experience and role of black women in American capitalism.