The editorial team of the British Sociological Association journal Sociology are delighted to welcome Dr Wendy Bottero and Dr Remi Joseph-Salisbury as new members of the team.
Wendy is Reader in Sociology at the University of Manchester. Her work on inequalities and social hierarchies has contributed to the theorisation of stratification, class subjectivities and cultural practices. Wendy’s publications include her books Sense of Inequality (Rowman and Littlefield, 2019) and Stratification: Social Division and Inequality (Routledge, 2005).
Remi is Presidential Fellow in Ethnicity and Inequalities at the Department of Sociology, University of Manchester. His research centres on race, racism, anti-racism, the ‘post-racial’, mixedness, masculinities, and education. An important element of his work is combining scholarship and activism. Remi’s book Black Mixed-Race Men (Emerald, 2018) was awarded the British Sociological Association’s Philip Abram’s memorial prize.
Wendy and Remi join their colleagues at Manchester who have been editing Sociology since 2018.
Tarani Chandola, University of Manchester, UK
Vanessa May, University of Manchester, UK
Andrew Balmer, University of Manchester, UK
Bridget Byrne, University of Manchester, UK
Simin Fadaee, University of Manchester, UK
Helen Holmes, University of Manchester, UK
Alan Warde, University of Manchester, UK
We look forward to working with Remi and Wendy.