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1996 - 1990

Rights after Liberation: A Report from Eritrea, (with Pamela DeLargy), Dissent (Summer), pages 129‐133.

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E.P. Thompson and the Discipline of Historical Context, Social Research, pages 1‐21.


'New Social Movements' of the Early 19th Century, Social Science History, Vol. 17(3), pages 385‐427.

Note: Reprinted in M. Traugott, ed.: Repertoires and Cycles: Studies in the Transformation of Social Protest. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1995.

Reprinted in K. Nash, ed.: Democracy, Culture, and Power: Readings in Contemporary Political Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell, 1999.

Nationalism and Civil Society: Democracy, Diversity and Self‐Determination, International Sociology, Vol. 8(4), pages 387‐ 411.

Note: Reprinted in J.H. Moore, ed.: Legacies of the Collapse of Communism. Arlington, VA: George Mason University Press, 1994.

Reprinted in C. Calhoun, ed.: Social Theory and the Politics of Identity. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1994.

Chinese translation in Zhang, Xiaojin, et al., eds.: Civil Society: A Research Framework for State/Society Relations. Beijing, 1995.

Reprinted in J. Szacki, ed.: The Idea of Civil Society. Warsaw: Znak, 1995.

Reprinted in W. Outhwaite and L. Martell, eds.: The Sociology of Politics. Cheltenham Glos: Edward Elgar, 1996.

Civil Society and the Public Sphere, Public Culture Vol. 5(2), pages 267‐280.

Note: Chinese translation in Stephen C.K. Chen, ed.: Identity and Public Culture: Critical Essays in Cultural Studies. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1997, pages 47‐64.

Nationalism and Ethnicity, Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 19: 211‐39.

Note: Reprinted in J. Huthinson and A. Smith, eds.: Nationalism: Critical Concepts. London: Routledge, 2001.

Hungarian translation pp. 346‐375 in Zoltan Kantor, ed.: Nacionalizmuselméletek (Theories of Nationalism), Budapest: Rejtjel Kiado, 2004.

Chinese translation in Xuewei Zhai and Huibin Gan, eds., Globalization and National Identity. Nanjing

Postmodernism as Pseudohistory, Theory, Culture, and Society, Vol. 10(1), pages 75‐96.

Note: Previous version appeared as Working Paper #40 of the Center for Psychosocial Studies, Chicago.

Reprinted (revised) in P. Sztompka, ed.: Agency and Structure: Reorienting Social Theory. Yverdon, Switzerland: Gordon and Breach, 1994, pages 167‐96.


Quelques reflexions sur une revolution manque: Champ intellectuel, champ de pouvoir et "democratie" en Chine, Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales, No. 95, pages 61‐88.

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Beyond the Problem of Meaning: Robert Wuthnow's Historical Sociology of Culture, Theory and Society, Vol. 21, pages 419‐444.

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Morality, Identity, and Historical Explanation: Charles Taylor on the Sources of the Self, Sociological Theory, Vol. 9(2), pages 232‐263.


The Ideology of Intellectuals and the Chinese Student Protest Movement of 1989, Praxis International, Vol. 10(1‐2), pages 313‐160.

Reprinted (condensed) in C. Lemert, ed.: Intellectuals and Politics: Social Theory Beyond the Academy. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1991, pages 113‐140.

Reprinted (revised) in L. Fink, S. Leonard and D. Reid, eds.: Intellectuals and the Public Sphere. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996.

Toward a Sociology of Business, Comparative Social Research, Vol. 12, pages 1‐15.

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