Arlie Russell Hochschild

Arlie Russell Hochschild is a UC Berkeley sociology professor   emerita. 

About

Her books include The Second Shift, The Managed Heart, Global Woman, (co-edited) and most recently, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, a  2016 New York Times best seller and finalist for the National Book Award.   She is currently  collaborating with a documentary film- maker on  a film focusing on  the Tea Party perspective and race.

She’s twice spoken at meetings of Democratic Members of Congress.  Her work is available in 17 languages.

 

 

Arlie Russell Hochschild es profesora emérita de sociología en la UC Berkeley. Entre sus libros están The Second Shift (La doble jornada), The Managed Heart [El corazón administrado], Global Woman [La mujer global], en el que fue editora, y más recientemente Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (Extraños en su propia tierra: Réquiem por la derecha estadounidense), que ocupó un lugar en la lista de los bestsellers del New York Times en el 2016 y fue finalista para el National Book Award. Actualmente colabora con un cineasta documentalista que está realizando un largometraje centrado en la raza y la perspectiva del Tea Party. Russell Hochschild ha hablado en dos ocasiones en reuniones de miembros demócratas del Congreso. Su obra se ha traducido a 17 lenguas. 

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Agenda

Oct
19
Panel 3 - Finding Belonging in a Climate of Loneliness, Conspiracy, and Mistrust in Government
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the very real threat that disinformation, entrenched individualism, and low trust in institutions pose in tackling a deadly global crisis. While the arrival of multiple Covid-19 vaccines earlier this year seemed to suggest a hopeful resolution to the crisis, low rates of vaccination—driven in large part by both political leaders' strategic public skepticism and targeted disinformation online—revealed a much deeper problem around lack of faith in government and the enormous reach of conspiracy and fake news more broadly.