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- Aspiring Adults Adrift: Tentative Transitions of College Graduates
- 2014. Richard Arum ; Josipa Roksa
- Transitional Justice, Culture, and Society: Beyond Outreach
- 2014. Clara Ramírez-Barat (Editor)
- Habermas and Religion
Craig Calhoun (Editor); Eduardo Mendieta (Editor); Jonathan VanAntwerpen (Editor)
Habermas argues that the once widely accepted hypothesis of progressive secularization fails to account for the multiple trajectories of modernization in the contemporary world.
- The Children of Immigrants at School: A Comparative Look at Integration in the United States and Western Europe
Jennifer Holdaway (Editor); Richard Alba (Editor)
The Children of Immigrants at School explores the twenty-first-century consequences of immigration through an examination of how the so-called second generation is faring educationally in six countries: France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.
- 22 Ideas to Fix the World: Conversations with the World's Foremost Thinkers
- September 9, 2013. Piotr Dutkiewicz (Editor); Richard Sakwa (Editor)
- Postcommunism from Within: Social Justice, Mobilization, and Hegemony
Jan Kubik (Editor); Amy Linch (Editor)
The original essays in this volume lay out a bold new approach to research on the postcommunist region, and to democratization studies more broadly, that focuses on the social and cultural microprocesses behind political and economic transformation.
- Rhetorics of Insecurity: Belonging and Violence in the Neoliberal Era
Zeynep Gambetti (Editor); Marcial Godoy-Anativia (Editor)
The volume as a whole aims to understand one crucial question: whether securitized neoliberalism effectively spells the end of political liberalism as we know it today.
- Transitional Justice and Displacement
- 2012. Roger Duthie (Editor)
- Picturing Algeria
As a soldier in the French army, Pierre Bourdieu took thousands of photographs documenting the abject conditions and suffering (as well as the resourcefulness, determination, grace, and dignity) of the Algerian people as they fought in the Algerian War (1954–1962).
- What Matters? Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age
- 2012. Courtney Bender (Editor); Ann Taves (Editor)