Thanks to someone for this mash up of academia and Precious Moments figurines! About him or herself, he or she writes:
I’m the sort of person who (a) constantly saw, and was occasionally given, Precious Moments figures as a kid, despite finding them creepy; and (b) now makes a living in, and constantly thinks about, academia, despite finding it creepy.
Scroll through some of my favorites below or see them all!Lisa Wade, PhD is an Associate Professor at Tulane University. She is the author of American Hookup, a book about college sexual culture; a textbook about gender; and a forthcoming introductory text: Terrible Magnificent Sociology. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
Rowan — June 29, 2014
Hi, since Sociological Images is critical of the gender binary and the ways it's enforced socially do you think you could avoid gendered people in a way that excludes non-binary gendered people please? It's not hard - singular they/their/them has been used extensively, especially historically, but still in the modern day to represent people who are non-binary gendered or those whose gender you are not aware of. By using he or she etc you exclude the possibility of someone being neither, in ways that are harmful and hurtful but especially in this sort of context.
In some ways the existence of us as living outside this perceived binary, as well as binary gendered trans* people is a very strong argument about the social nature of gender and one I would have hoped you supported.
Debra Robertson — January 27, 2021
The scholar have done lots of work in their life and sometimes they cant get the time to make their work public like if they want to write on wiki about their work the need a proper time to make it better or best thats why they need a service from Wikipedia page creation agency
Joshua — April 25, 2021
These are Precious Moments that you can create by doing great work and proper research. I do my perfect words reviews where I always share my personal experience.