Political Power and Social Theory
Editor: Professor Julian Go
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)
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Political Power and Social Theory is an annual review, committed to advancing our interdisciplinary, critical understanding of the linkages between social relations, political power, and historical development.
This permanent forum for ideas not only fills the gap between quarterly publications and monographs, but also reveals the passionate engagement of scholars today with the social transformations in the world around them. By publishing manuscripts based on original research that challenge conventional theoretical assumptions, the series opens a space of inquiry and debate that crosses disciplinary and geographic boundaries and appeals to a broad range of social scientists as well as area specialists. All papers are double-blind peer reviewed by experts in the field.
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Congratulations to Claire Laurier Decoteau who's paper, Hybrid Habitus: Toward a Post-Colonial Theory of Practice, from Postcolonial Sociology, Volume 24, has won the 2014 Junior Theorist Award from the Theory Section of the American Sociological Association.
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Perverse Politics? Feminism, Anti-Imperialism, Multiplicity, Volume 30
Edited by Ann Shola Orloff, Northwestern University, Raka Ray, University of California at Berkeley and Evren Savci, San Francisco State University
The papers collected here offer anti-imperialist feminist alternatives to second wave feminism's often reductive understandings of freedom; emancipation; oppression; empowerment and democracy.
See the full table of contents here.
Chartering Capitalism: Organizing Markets, States, and Publics, Volume 29
Edited by Emily Erikson, Yale University
Patrimonial Capitalism and Empire, Volume 28
Edited by Mounira Maya Charrad, University of Texas at Austin and Julia P. Adams, Yale University
Fields of Knowledge: Science, Politics and Publics in the Neoliberal Age, Volume 27
Edited by Scott Frickel and David Hess
"Political Power and Social Theory has been at the leading edge of problem-oriented social science thinking, attracting prominent scholars from across the disciplines to contribute informed, provocative, and timely essays on politically important topics. For quality and breadth and creativity, there is no other forum that can touch it."
Professor Frank Dobbin, Harvard University
"Political Power and Social Theory is an essential outlet for work combining cutting-edge theory, historical depth, and astute, adventurous analyses of politics and power."
Professor Julia Adams, Yale University
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The series welcomes both empirical and theoretical work and is willing to consider papers of substantial length (up to 80 pages). Please see the Series Editor website for further information:
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Ronald Aminzade, University of Minnesota
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Texas A&M University
Michael Burawoy, University of California-Berkeley
Nitsan Chorev, Brown University
John Coatsworth, Columbia University
Diane E. Davis, Harvard University
Susan Eckstein, Boston University
Peter Evans, University of California-Berkeley
Eiko Ikegami, New School University Graduate Faculty
Howard Kimeldorf, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Florencia Mallon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ian Roxborough, State University of New York-Stony Brook
Michael Schwartz, State University of New York-Stony Brook
George Steinmetz, University of Michigan
Maurice Zeitlin, University of California-Los Angeles,
Sharon Zukin, City University of New York
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- Postcolonial Sociologies: A Reader, Volume 31
- Perverse Politics Feminism, Anti-Imperialism, Multiplicity, Volume 30
- Chartering Capitalism: Organizing Markets, States, and Publics, Volume 29
- Patrimonial Capitalism and Empire, Volume 28
- Fields of Knowledge: Science, Politics and Publics in the Neoliberal Age, Volume 27
- The United States in Decline, Volume 26
- The United States in Decline, Volume 26
- Decentering Social Theory, Volume 25
- Postcolonial Sociology, Volume 24
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 23
- Rethinking Obama, Volume 22
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 21
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 20
- Politicial Power and Social Theory, Volume 19
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 18
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 17
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 16
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 15
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 14
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 13
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 12
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 11
- Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 10