In a new episode of WNCU’s “The Measures of Everyday Life,” Kieran Healy, associate professor in sociology and the Kenan Institute for Ethics, shares insight into his research on nuance, performativity and ethics.
The weekly public radio show highlights researchers, practitioners, and professionals discussing their work to improve the human condition.
Among his recent work, Healy co-authored two papers with Kimberly Krawiec, a Senior Fellow at Kenan and the Katherine Everett Professor of Law at Duke’s School of Law. Those works focused on moral repugnance in markets and innovation and changes in organ transplantation. This spring, Healy examined the impact social media has had on public sociology and shifting acceptance of nuance in Sociological Theory.
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