Cohen, Ira J. 2016. Solitary Action: Acting on Our Own in Everyday Life. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kalberg, Stephen. 2016. The Social Thought of Max Weber. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Kemper, Theodore D. 2016. Elementary Forms of Social Relations: Status, Power, and Reference Groups. New York: Routledge.
Lidz, Victor, and Helmut Staubmann, eds. 2016. Talcott Parsons and Winston White: Values of American Society. LIT: Verlag.
Mayrl, Damon. 2016. Secular Conversions: Political Institutions and Religious Education in the United States and Australia, 1800-2000. New York: Cambridge University Press.
McDonnell, Terence E. 2016. Best Laid Plans: Cultural Entropy and the Unraveling of AIDS Media Campaigns. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Roudometof, Victor. 2016. Glocalization: A Critical Introduction. London: Routledge.
Snyder, Benjamin H. 2016. The Disrupted Workplace: Time and the Moral Order of Flexible Capitalism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Wiley, Norbert. 2016. Inner Speech and the Dialogical Self. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Articles and Book Chapters
Avishai, Orit. 2016. “Theorizing Gender from Religion Cases: Agency, Feminist Activism, and Masculinity.” Sociology of Religion 77(3): 261-79.
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. CITY: Paradigm Publishers.
Blute, Marion. 2016. “Density-Dependent Selection Revisited: Mechanisms Linking Explanantia and Explananda.” Biological Theory 11(2): 113-21.
Gorski, Philip S. 2016. “Just How Pascalian are the Pascalian Meditations? Critical Reflections on the Theological Unconscious of Bourdieusian Theory.” Sociology of Religion 77(3): 280-96.
Halley, Jeffrey A. 2016. “Art, Immanence, and Critique: A Dialogue between Alain Badiou and Theodor Adorno.” Logos 15(2/3): 17.
Halley, Jeffrey A. 2016. “Esquisse d’une Théorie de la Rationalisation et de la Résistance dans le Domaine de la Culture [An Outline of a Theory of Rationalization and Resistance in Culture].” Pp. 117-26 in Les Friction Créatives Art-Politique. Vol. 3, L’Art, le Politique, et la Creation [Creative Frictions of Art/Politics. Vol. 3, Art, Politics, and Creation]. Paris: L’Harmattan.
Jansen, Robert S. 2016. “Situated Political Innovation: Explaining the Historical Emergence of New Modes of Political Practice.” Theory and Society 45(4): 319-60.
Jasso, Guillermina. 2016. “(In)Equality and (In)Justice.” Civitas – Revista de Ciências Sociais 16(2): 189-217.
LaRossa, Ralph. 2016. “Warfare and Parent Care: Armed Conflict and the Social Logic of Child and National Protection.” Pp. 103-22 in War and Family Life, edited by Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth and David S. Riggs. New York: Springer.
Marshall, Douglas A. 2016. “The Moral Origins of God: Darwin, Durkheim, and the Homo Duplex Theory of Theogenesis.” Frontiers in Sociology 1(13), doi: 10.3389/fsoc.201600013
Matlon, Jordanna. 2016. “Racial Capitalism and the Crisis of Black Masculinity.” American Sociological Review 81(5): 1014-38.
McDonnell, Erin Metz. 2016. “Conciliatory States: Elite Ethno-Demographics and the Puzzle of Public Goods within Diverse African States.” Comparative Political Studies 49(11): 1513-49.
Roudometof, Victor. 2015. “The Glocal and Global Studies.” Globalizations 12(5): 774-87.
Roudometof, Victor. 2016. “Theorizing Glocalization: Three Interpretations.” European Journal of Social Theory 19(3): 391-408.
Roudometof, Victor. 2016. “Globalization.” Pp. 505-24 in Handbook of Religion and Society, edited by David Yamane. New York: Springer.
Winchester, Daniel. 2016. “A Hunger for God: Embodied Metaphor as Cultural Cognition in Action.” Social Forces 95(2): 585-606.
Winchester, Daniel. 2016. “Religion as Theoretical Case, Lens, and Resource for Critique: Three Ways Social Theory Can Learn from the Study of Religion.” Sociology of Religion 77(3): 241-60.
Corey M. Abramson’s recent book, The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years (Harvard University Press 2015), was awarded the 2016 Outstanding Publication Award by the American Sociological Association section on Aging and the Life Course. The End Game was also selected for an author meets critic session at the 2016 ASA annual meeting in Seattle and featured in various media outlets including The New York Times and The Atlantic. A Korean translation is forthcoming later this year.
Norbert Wiley gave one of the keynote addresses at the Pragmatism Today conference in Aarhus, Denmark in November.