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Arlie Hochschild Sociology Professor Emerita, UC Berkley, NYT Bestseller
An interview with Archon Fung at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
Sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild set out to explore what she saw as a paradox in American political life: red states depend the most on the federal government, but also distrust it the most. It's the topic of her new book, “Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right,” for which she traveled to Louisiana to research the phenomenon. She sits down with Jeffrey Brown.
Lecture by Arlie Russell Hochschild (University of California, Berkeley, USA) Right-winging US-American election results cannot simply be analyzed as «vote against one's own interests» of people in socially challenging living conditions by forced neoliberalism. Hochschild focusses on class, gender and race and new ethnic disruptions.
Humanity in Action held a Video Keynote discussion with Arlie Russell Hochschild, author of "Strangers in Their Own Lands," and Humanity in Action Fellows and Senior Fellows on September 11, 2017. A finalist for the National Book Award, Hochschild's book is a probing investigation into Louisiana communities and the economic and cultural conditions that underpin the Tea Party and Trumpism. Thirty Humanity in Action Fellows, Senior Fellows, staff and board members joined the discussion.