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Question aboutUniversity of Leeds, MA in Social and Political Thought - the Bauman Institute


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I was recently accepted at the University of Leeds, to their MA program in Social and Political Thought, which is offered by the Bauman Institute at Leeds.

 

My question relates to the reception, reputation, etc. of Zygmunt Bauman's thought in contemporary sociology; it feels as though his work is not highly esteemed. Is this perception correct? Or perhaps he is less well known in America, but more well known in the EU/UK? The program does not center exclusively on his thinking (ex. I'll take Contemporary Social Theory and Critical Theory as 2 compulsory modules) but I'm still curious as to his reputation in academia.

 

Any thoughts are much appreciated.

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