Qualità della ricerca, equilibri di genere e riforma degli statuti: riportare le università italiane nelle classifiche internazionali. Una proposta
Privilegi incorporati e afasie sociologiche
Deadline for abstracts submission: 30th September 2017
Prosumers and Social Innovation in Alternative Food Networks
Deadline for abstracts submission: 1st September 2017
From the mixed embeddedness approach to what? Migrant entrepreneurship at a glance
Discussion on Michèle Lamont's "How Professors Think"
Debate on "State Transformation or Regime Shift? Addressing Some Confusions in the Theory and Sociology of the State", by Alan Scott and Paul du Gay
Understanding Social Science Blog
The 2010 Global Peace Index
Deborah Reed-Danahay is Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Jean Monnet Chair at the University at Buffalo (State University of New York). In addition to numerous articles, she has published five books, including Locating Bourdieu [Indiana, 2005]. She serves as co-editor of two book series: Palgrave Studies in Literary Anthropology and New Anthropologies of Europe. She has conducted ethnographic research in France, the U.K., and the United States on topics related to national and supranational identity, citizenship and belonging, migration, education, and memoir/autoethnography.
2017Bourdieu, Social Space, and the Nation-State, issue n°2