Anderson, Kevin. 2015. Marx aux Antipodes. Paris: Éditions Syllepse. (Translation of Marx at the Margins)
Doubt, Keith. 2015. Through The Window: Kinship and Elopement in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Budapest: CEU Press.
Lee, Caroline. 2015. Do-It-Yourself Democracy: The Rise of the Public Engagement Industry. New York: Oxford University Press.
Manzo, Gianluca (ed.). 2014. Analytical Sociology: Actions and Networks, Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons.
Milner, Murray, Jr. 2015. Elites: A General Model. Polity.
Waters, Tony, and Dagmar Waters. 2015. Weber’s Rationalism and Modern Society: New Translations on Politics, Bureaucracy, and Social Stratification. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Articles and Book Chapters
Abrutyn, Seth, and Anna S. Mueller. 2014. "The Socioemotional Foundations of Suicide: A Microsociological View of Durkheim's Suicide." Sociological Theory 32(4):327-51.
Abrutyn, Seth. 2015. "Pollution-Purification Rituals, Collective Memory, and the Evolution of Religion: How Cultural Trauma Shaped Ancient Israel." American Journal of Cultural Sociology 3(1):123-55.
Abrutyn, Seth. 2015. "The Institutional Evolution of Religion: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ancient Israel." Religion DOI: 10.1080/0048721X.2015.1009864.
Anderson, Kevin, 2014. “Karl Marx and Intersectionality,” Logos: A Journal of Modern Society & Culture 14(1).
Anderson, Kevin. 2014. “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations and Interimperialist Rivalry,” New Politics 15(1): 65-70. Spanish translation in Viento Sur (Spain, August 11); French translation in Avanti (Belgium, Sept. 26).
Anderson, Kevin. 2015. “The Paris Assassinations in Global Context,” The International Marxist-Humanist (Jan. 12).
Ermakoff, Ivan. 2014. “Exceptional Cases : Epistemic contributions and Normative Expectations,” European Journal of Sociology 55(2) : 223-243.
Goldstein, Warren S. 2014. “Reconstructing the Classics: Weber, Troeltsch and the Historical Materialists.” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 26: 470-507.
Gunderson, Ryan. 2014. "Erich Fromm's Ecological Messianism: The First Biophilia Hypothesis as Humanistic Social Theory." Humanity & Society 38(2):182-204.
Gunderson, Ryan. 2014. "Habermas in Environmental Thought: Anthropocentric Kantian or Forefather of Ecological Democracy?" Sociological Inquiry 84(4):626-53.
Gunderson, Ryan. 2015. "A Defense of the 'Grand Hotel Abyss': The Frankfurt School's Nonideal Theory." Acta Sociologica 58(1):25-38.
Kalberg, Stephen. 2014. “Max Weber’s Sociology of Civilizations: The Five Major Themes.” Max Weber Studies 14 (2): 205-32.
Kearney, Matthew. 2015. “Are We Married Yet?” The Progressive 79(4):16-20.
Lamb-Books, Benjamin. 2015. “Abolitionists and the Eloquence of Abuse: Revisiting Status and Rhetoric in Social Movements.” Social Movement Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14742837.2015.1037264
Luft, Aliza. Forthcoming. "Toward a Dynamic Theory of Action at the Micro-Level of Genocide: Killing, Desistance, and Saving in 1994 Rwanda." Sociological Theory 33(2).
Malczewski, Eric. Forthcoming. “On the Centrality of Action: Social Science, Historical Logics, and Max Weber’s Legacy.” Journal of Historical Sociology. (DOI) 10.1111/johs.12081
Malczewski, Eric. 2014. “This is Social Science: A ‘Patterned Activity’ Oriented to Attaining Objective Knowledge of Human Society.” Journal of Classical Sociology 14(4): 341-62.
Menchik, Daniel A. 2014. “Simmel's Dynamic Social Medicine: New Questions For Studying Medical Institutions?” Social Science & Medicine 107: 100-104.
Mueller, Anna S., and Seth Abrutyn. 2015. "Suicidal Disclosures among Friends: Using Social Network Data to Understand Suicide Contagion." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 56(1): 131-48.
Reyes, Victoria. 2015. "Legacies of Place and Power: From Military Base to Freeport Zone." City & Community 14: 1–26.
Rodríguez-Muñiz, Michael. 2015. "Intellectual Inheritances: Cultural Diagnostics and the State of Poverty Knowledge." American Journal of Cultural Sociology 3: 89-122.
Stingl, Alexander I. 2014. “Digital Fairground: The Virtualization of Health, Illness, and the Experience of ‘Becoming a Patient’ as a Problem of Political Ontology and Social Justice.” Pp. 53-92 in Mediations of Social Life in the 21st Century, edited by Harry F. Dahms. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Stingl, Alexander I. 2015. “Braining Your Life and Living Your Brain: The Cyborg Gaze and Brain-Images.” Pp. 194-223 in Neuroscience and Media: New Understandings and Representations, edited by Michael Grabowski. New York: Routledge.
Stingl, Alexander I., and Sabrina M. Weiss. 2015. “Between Shell and Ghost: A Hauntology of Zombies in the Social Imaginary.” Pp. 69-122 in Vergemeinschaftung in Zeiten der Zombie-Apokalypse, edited by Michael Dellwing and Martin Harbusch. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
Turner, Stephen. 2014. “La Filosofía Política de la Ciencia: Una Perspectiva Histórica.” Pp. 83-107 in Aproximaciones a la Filosofía Politíca de la Ciencia, edited by Ambrosio Velasquez Gomez and Carlos Lopez Beltran. Mexico, DF: UNAM.
Turner, Stephen. 2014. “Robert Merton and Dorothy Emmet: Deflated Structuralism and Functionalism.” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 44: 817-836.
Turner, Stephen. 2014. “Teoria Social e Neurociência,” Tempo Social, Revista de Sociologia da USP 26(2): 71-88.
Turner, Stephen and George Mazur. 2014. “Hägerström and the Project of De-Ideologization”. Pp. 93-123 in Axel Hägerström and Modern Social Thought edited by Sven Eliaeson, Patricia Mindus and Stephen P Turner. Oxford: Bardwell.
Aliza Luft’s paper, "Toward a Dynamic Theory of Action at the Micro-Level of Genocide: Killing, Desistance, and Saving in 1994 Rwanda," was awarded the 2015 Candace Rogers Best Student Paper Award from the Eastern Sociological Society.
Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz will join the Department of Sociology at Northwestern University as an Assistant Professor in the fall.
Helmut Staubmann was honored with the George Sarton Medal for the History of Science by the University of Ghent, Belgium for his works on Talcott Parsons..