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2011 - 2005

Communication as social science (and more) International Journal of Communication, 5. 1479‐1496. ISSN 1932‐8036


Social science research and military agendas: safe distance or bridging a troubling divide? Perspectives on Politics, 8 (04). 1101‐1106. ISSN 1541‐0986

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Rethinking secularism Hedgehog Review, 12 (3). 35‐48. ISSN 1527‐9677

The public sphere in the field of power Social Science History, 34 (3). 301‐335. ISSN 0145‐5532

Beck, Asia and second modernity The British Journal of Sociology, 61 (3). 597‐619. ISSN 0007‐1315


Les sciences social pour un savoir publique and "Fausses divisions," in Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales Numéro 176‐177 (March 2009): 139‐140.

Cosmopolitanism and hegemony In: Brunkhorst, Hauke, (ed.) Demokratie in Der Weltgesellschaft . Soziale Welt ‐ Sonderband (18). Nomos, Germany, 17‐34. ISBN 9783832941130

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Cosmopolitan Europe and European studies In: Rumford, Chris, (ed.) The Sage Handbook of European Studies. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, USA, 637‐654. ISBN 9781412933957

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Charles Tilly's interdisciplinary influence Swiss Political Science Review, 15 (2). 333‐339. ISSN 1424‐7755

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Academic freedom: public knowledge and the structural transformation of the university Social Research: an International Quarterly of the Social Sciences, 76 (2). 561‐598. ISSN 0037‐783X

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Free inquiry and public mission in the research university Social Research: an International Quarterly of the Social Sciences, 76 (3). 901‐932. ISSN 0037‐783X

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Equivalência e conexões, direito e reconhecimento Desigualdade and Diversidade, 5. 11‐31. ISSN 1982‐3894

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Cosmopolitanism in the Modern Social Imaginary, in Daedalus 137.3 (Summer 2008): 105‐114.

Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism Nations and Nationalism Vol. 14(3), p.427‐448.

Note: Reprinted (revised) in Willem Schinkel, ed. The State of the State. London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.

The Imperative to Reduce Suffering: Charity, Progress, and Emergencies in the Field of Humanitarian Action in Thomas G. Weiss and Michael Barnett, eds.: Humanitarianism in Question: Power, Politics, Ethics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Media, Power, and Protest in China: From Cultural Revolution to the Internet, (with Guobin Yang) Harvard Asia Pacific Review.

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Media, Civil Society and the Rise of a Green Public Sphere in China, (with Guobin Yang), China Information.

Note: Reprinted in P. Ho and R. L. Edmonds, eds.: Embedded Environmentalism: Opportunities and Constraints of a Social Movement in China. London: Routledge, 2007.


Is the University in Crisis? Society (Transaction Publishers) May/June issue.

Note: Russian translation, Prognosis Vol. 3(7) 2006: 283‐320.

Pierre Bourdieu and Social Transformation: Lessons from Algeria, Development and Change, vol. 37(6), pages 1403‐1415.

The Privatization of Risk Public Culture Vol. 18(2) Spring 2006, pages 7‐43.

The University and the Public Good


Religion, Secularism, and Public Reason, from the Holbergprisens symposium 2005: Jürgen Habermas Religion in the Public Sphere

Note: Revised version forthcoming in Philip Gorksi, John Torpey and Jonathan VanAntwerpen, eds., Rethinking Secularism (New York: Columbia University Press).

The Visions and Divisions of Sociology with Troy Duster. The Chronicle of Higher Education 51(49):B7. Issue dated 12 August 2005.

The Promise of Public Sociology The British Journal of Sociology Vol. 56(3).