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2004 - 1998

A World of Emergencies: Fear, Intervention, and the limits of Cosmopolitan Order The 35th Sorokin Lecture Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 41(4), pages 373‐95.

Gerhard Lenski, Some False Oppositions, and The Religious Factor, Sociological Theory, Vol. 22(2): 192‐204.

Peter Michael Blau: February 7, 1918 ‐ March 12, 2002 Biographical Memoirs

Toward a More Public Social Science in Items and Issues a newsletter of the Social Science Research Council. v. 5/1‐2, p. 12‐14.


The Variability of Belonging: A Response to Brubaker. Ethnicities, Vol. 3(4), pages 558‐568.

The Elusive Ideal of Cosmopolitan Democracy. Berkeley Journal of Sociology 47: 3‐26.

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European Studies: always already there and still in formation, Comparative European Politics 1(1).

'Belonging' in the Cosmopolitan Imaginary Ethnicities Vol. 3(4).


The Class Consciousness of Frequent Travelers: Toward a Critique of Actually Existing Cosmopolitanism, The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 101(4), Fall 2002.

Imagining solidarity: Cosmopolitanism, constitutional patriotism, and the public sphere Public Culture Vol. 14(1): 147‐171.


The Specificity of American Higher Education, Comparative Social Research Vol. 19 pages 47‐81.

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Charles Taylor on Identity and the Social Imaginary, in Cahiers du PEQ (Programme d'études sur le Québec. Vol. 19, June; pages 2‐9.


Nationalism, Political Community, and the Representation of Society: Or, Why Feeling at Home Is Not a Substitute for Public Space, European Journal of Social Theory, Vol.2(2) pages 217‐31.

Legacies of radicalism: China's cultural revolution and the democracy movement of 1989 with Jeffrey Wasserstrom Thesis Eleven No. 57.

Chinese translation as "Wenhua da geming yu 1989 nian minzhu yundong zhijian de lishi guanxi," in Xianggang shehui kexue xuebao [Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences], no. 11 (Spring 1998), pages 129‐149.

Reprinted as "The Cultural Revolution and the Democracy Movement of 1989: Complexities of Historical Connection," Pp. 241‐61 in Law, Kam‐yee, ed.: The Chinese Cultural Revolution Reconsidered: Beyond a Purge and a Holocaust (London: Palgrave/MacMillan, 2003.)


Explanation in historical society: Narrative, general theory, and historically specific theory American Journal of Sociology Vol. 104(3) November 1998.

Note: Reprinted in Roger V. Gould, ed.: The Rational Choice Controversy in Historical Sociology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005.

Nationalism and the Contradictions of Modernity, Berkeley Journal of Sociology, Vol. 42, pages 1‐30.

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Community without Propinquity Revisited: Communications Technology and the Transformation of the Urban Public Sphere, Sociological Inquiry, Vol. 68(3), pages 373‐397.