Abramson, Corey. 2015. The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Baker, Joseph O., and Buster G. Smith. 2015. American Secularism: Cultural Contours of Nonreligious Belief Systems. New York: NYU Press.
Daipha, Phaedra. 2015. Masters of Uncertainty: Weather Forecasters and the Quest for Ground Truth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Duyvendak, Jan Willem, and James M. Jasper, eds. 2015. Breaking Down the State: Protestors Engaged. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Duyvendak, Jan Willem, and James M. Jasper. 2015. Players and Arenas: The Interactive Dynamics of Protest. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Jasper, James M. 2014. Protest: A Cultural Introduction to Social Movements. New York: Polity.
Jung, Moon-Kie. 2015. Beneath the Surface of White Supremacy: Denaturalizing U.S. Racisms Past and Present. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Markofski, Wes. 2015. New Monasticism and the Transformation of American Evangelicalism. New York: Oxford University Press.
McCormick, Lisa. 2015. Performing Civility: International Competitions in Classical Music. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
McGarry, Aidan, and James M. Jasper, eds. 2015. The Identity Dilemma: Social Movements and Collective Identity. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Royce, Edward. 2015. Classical Social Theory and Modern Society: Marx, Durkheim, Weber. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield.
Savelsberg, Joachim J. 2015. Representing Mass Violence: Conflicting Responses to Human Rights Violations in Darfur. Oakland: University of California Press.
Stones, Rob. 2015. Why Current Affairs Needs Social Theory. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
Articles and Book Chapters
Blute, Marion. 2015. “Modes of Variation and Their Implications for an Extended Evolutionary Synthesis.” Pp. 59-75 in Handbook on Evolution and Society: Toward an Evolutionary Social Science, edited by Jonathan H. Turner, Richard Machalek, and Alexandra Maryanski. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers.
Ermakoff, Ivan. 2015. “The Structure of Contingency.” American Journal of Sociology 121(1): 64-125.
Fein, Lisa C., and Jeremy B. Straughn. 2014. “How Citizenship Matters: Narratives of Statelessness and Citizenship Choice in Estonia.” Citizenship Studies 18(6/7): 690-706.
Fridman, Daniel. 2014. “Resisting the Lure of the Paycheck: Freedom and Dependence in Financial Self-Help.” Foucault Studies 18: 90-112.
Hall, John R. 2015. “Patrimonialism in America: The Public Domain in the Making of Modernity—from Colonial Times to the Late Nineteenth Century.” Political Power and Social Theory 28: 7-41.
Lopes, Paul. 2015. “The Heroic Age of American Avant-Garde Art.” Theory and Society 44(3): 219-49.
Luft, Aliza. 2015. “Genocide as Contentious Politics.” Sociology Compass 9(10): 897-909.
Mayrl, Damon. 2015. “How Does the State Structure Secularization?” European Journal of Sociology 56(2): 207-39.
Menchik, Daniel. 2014. “Decisions about Knowledge in Medical Practice: The Effect of Temporal Features of a Task.” American Journal of Sociology 120: 701-49.
Reyes, Victoria. 2015. “Global Borderlands: A Case Study of Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines.” Theory and Society 44(4): 355-84.
Turner, Stephen. 2015. “Entzauberung and Rationalization in Weber: A Comment on Iván Szelényi, and Incidentally on Habermas.” International Political Anthropology 8(1): 37-51.
Velitchkova, Ana. 2015. “World Culture, Uncoupling, Institutional Logics, and Recoupling: Practices and Self-Identification as Institutional Microfoundations of Political Violence.” Sociological Forum 30: 698-720.
Aliza Luft won the 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award (Honorable Mention) for the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section of the American Sociological Association.
Richard York won the 2015 Distinguished Scholarship Award from the Animals and Society Section of the American Sociological Association.