A few recent publications


Celine Cantat, Ian Cook and Prem Kumar Rajaram (eds). Opening Up the University: Teaching and Learning with Refugees. New York: Berghahn, 2022.

Celine Cantat, Ian Cook and Prem Kumar Rajaram, "Introduction". In Opening Up the University: Teaching and Learning with Refugees. New York: Berghahn, 2022.

Prem Kumar Rajaram, "The Refugee Outsider and the Active European Citizen: European migration and higher education policies and the production of belonging and non-belonging." InOpening Up the University: Teaching and Learning with Refugees. New York: Berghahn, 2022.

Prem Kumar Rajaram, "Marxism and Refugees". In Marxism; From the Past into the Future, eds: Selin Dilmaç & Ulaş Bager Aldemir & Sıla Sandal, Istanbul: Pindal Publishing, 2022.


Fabiani, Jean-Louis. Pierre Bourdieu. A Heroic Structuralism, Boston/Leyden, Brill, 2021.

Fabiani, Jean-Louis. La Sociologie. Histoire, idées et courants, Auxerre, Sciences Humaines, 2021.

Geva Dorit. Orbán’s Ordonationalism as Post-Neoliberal Hegemony. Theory, Culture & Society. April 2021. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0263276421999435

Grosglik, Rafi, Handel, Ariel and Monterescu, Daniel. In Press. “Soil, Territory, Land: The Spatial Politics of Settler Organic Farming in the West Bank” Environment and Planning D. doi: 10.1177/02637758211041121 

Kaddar M. and Monterescu D. 2021. “The Rise and Fall of the Political Hipster: Binational Eros and Alternative Culture in a Changing Urban Space” Ethnic and Racial Studies 44(6): 925-945. 

Monterescu D. and Hart, J. 2021. “The Sensorial Life of Amba: Taste, Smell and Culinary Nostalgia for Iraqi Jews in London and Israel” In Ferne Edwards, Roos Gerritsen and Grit Wesser (eds.) Food, the Senses and the City. Routledge.  

Daniel Monterescu and Yael Shmaryahu-Yeshurun "The Hebronization of Jaffa" Haaretz May. 5, 2021. https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium.HIGHLIGHT.MAGAZINE-the-hebronization-of-jaffa-1.9775349

Sopranzetti, Claudio. Shifting informalities: Motorcycle taxis, ride-hailing apps, and urban mobility in Bangkok. Geoforum. 2021 May 24.

Sopranzetti, Claudio, and Chiara Natalucci. The King of Bangkok. University of Toronto Press, 2021.

Sopranzetti Claudio. Thai Ideas of Power: The Challenge of Legitimacy in Contemporary Thailand in Coup, King, Crisis: A Critical Interregnum in Thailand, edited by Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Yale University Press

Wu, Qiong (Miranda) and Michael Wallace. 2021 “Hukou Stratification, Class Structure, and Earnings in Transitional China.” Chinese Sociological Review, 53(3): 223-53. https://doi.org/10.1080/21620555.2021.1878019 

Wu, Qiong (Miranda). 2021. “Social Stratification and Housing Inequality in Transitional Urban China.” Contemporary Social Science, 16(3): 384-99. https://doi.org/10.1080/21582041.2020.1797148 

Wu, Qiong (Miranda) and Michael Wallace. 2021. “Social Networks and Workers’ Earnings in Contemporary China.” East Asia 38: 39-60. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12140-020-09347-6 


Vlad Naumescu. 2020. A World to be Transfigured': Shaping a Cold War vision of Orthodoxy from the South. In Defending the Faith. Global Histories of Apologetics and Politics in the Twentieth Century, edited by T. Weir and H. McLeod. London: Proceedings of the British Academy. The British Academy.
Vlad Naumescu, Jeanne Kormina. 2020. A new ‘Great Schism'? Theopolitics of communion and canonical territory in the Orthodox Church. Anthropology Today36 (1):7-11.

Jean-Louis Fabiani, "Clint Eastwood", Paris, La Découverte, «Repères sociologie».

Alexandra Kowalski, “The Wandering Memorial. Ambivalence and Symbolic Displacement in Budapest” in Olivette Otele, Luisa Gandolfo, and Yoav Galai ed. Post-Conflict Memorialization: Missing Memorials, Absent Bodies, Palgrave. 


Daniel Monterescu, Ariel Handel, "Liquid indigeneity.Wine, science, and colonial politics in Israel/Palestine." American Ethnologist.

Dorit Geva, Non Au Gender: Anti-Gender Mobilization and French Conservative Bourgeois Strategies of Distinction.” European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology.

Dorit Geva,  “Non-State Community Virtual Currencies.” In Private Law Implications of Virtual Currencies, Edited by David Fox and Sarah Green. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Co-authored with Benjamin Geva.

Judit Bodnar, “Comparing in Global Times: Between Extension and Incorporation” Critical Histrical Studies, (Spring 2019): 1-32.  

Alexandra Kowalski, “Commodity, Public Good, or Commons? Radical insights from the 19th Century Heritage Movement” in Elise Billiard ed., Three days in Utopia, European Capital of Culture Valetta 2018.

Vlad Naumescu, "Pedagogies of Prayer: Teaching Orthodoxy in South India." Comparative Studies in Society and History 61 (2):389-418. 

Vlad Naumescu, "Exploring Religion through Text and  Film"  


Judit Bodnar, Critical Discussion Forum: 1968 edited with an introduction, Slavic Review, 77, 4 (Winter 2018). http://www.slavicreview.illinois.edu/current/

Dorit Geva, "Daughter, Mother, Captain: Marine Le Pen, Gender, and Populism in the French National FrontSocial Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, jxy039, https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxy039


Balazs Vedres: "Forbidden triads and creative success in jazz: the Miles Davis factor", Applied Network Science, September 2017.

Dorit Geva: "Globalizing Gender." in Social Theory Now, edited by Claudio E. Benzecry, Monika Krause, and Isaac Ariail Reed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Jean-Louis Fabiani: "Contract, Context, Social Action " in Werner Gephardt und Daniel Witte (Eds.) The Sacred and the Law: The Durkheimian Legacy, Frankfurt am Main, Vittorio Klostermann, 2017, 203-212. 

book coverAlexandra Kowalski: That Banal Object of Nationalism. 'Old Stones' as French Heritage in the Early Days of Public Television in Genevève Zubrzycki ed., National Matters. Stanford University Press.

Daniel Monterescu: “Border Wines: Terroir Across Territory in Central Europe and Israel/Palestine” Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies Volume 17, Issue 4, Winter 2017.

book coverJean-Louis Fabiani: "Pierre Bourdieu. Un structuralisme héroïque", Paris, Le Seuil, avril 2016, 312p (translations : Arabic, Chinese underway).  

Jean-Louis Fabiani: "La question disciplinaire", in Andrew Abbott et l’héritage de l’école de Chicago, directed by Didier Demazière and Morgan Jouvenet, Paris, Editions de l’Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales,  2016, 237-256. 

Ju Li: “Victory and Defeat: The Contentious Politics of One Generation of State Workers in China since the 1960s,” International Review of Social History, volume 61, issue 02, 2016, pp. 197-222.

Ju Li: “A harmadik front építésének diszkontinuus története,” Eszmélet, 109, SZÁM (2016 TAVASZ)

Heide Castañeda, Seth M. Holmes, Annastiina Kallius, and Daniel Monterescu: Virtual Issue: Introduction: Anthropology and Human Displacement: Mobilities, Ex/inclusions, and Activism in American Ethnologist, 1991–2016 

Vlad Naumescu: “The End Times and the Near Future: The Ethical Engagements of Russian Old Believers in Romania." JRAI (N.S.) 22 (2):314–331.

Annastiina Kallius, Daniel Monterescu, Prem Kumar Rajaram: “Immobilizing mobility: Border ethnography, illiberal democracy, and the politics of the “refugee crisis” in Hungary”, American Ethnologist 43 (1), 25-37


Judit Bodnar, "Reclaiming Public Space" Urban Studies, 52, 12 (2015): 2090-2104. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0042098015583626

Dorit Geva: "Selective Service, the Gender-Ordered Family, and the Rational Informality of the American State." American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 121, 1 (July): 171-204.

Dorit Geva: "Dependency as a Keyword of the American Draft System and Persistence of Male-Only Registration." Polity, Vol. 47: 199-165, Spring 2015.

Jean Louis Fabiani: "On Social Guilt " in Werner Gephart und Jan Christoph Suntrup,(Hesg.) Rechtanalyse als Kultuforschung II, Francfort, Vittorio Lostermann, 2015, p. 427-438. 

Ju Li: “How It Was/Is Told and How It Is Remembered: History and Memory of the Third Front Construction,” Journal of Historical Sociology Vol. 28 No. 3 September 2015.

Ju Li: “From ‘Master’ to ‘Loser’: Changing Working-Class Identity in Contemporary China,” International Labor and Working-Class History, No. 88, Fall 2015, pp. 190–208, Cambridge University Press.

Daniel Monterescu:  Jaffa Shared and Shattered: Contrived Coexistence in Israel/Palestine, Indiana University Press. Series: Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa.   http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/product_info.php?products_id=807546

Daniel Monterescu: “Creative Marginality: Jews, Palestinians and the Alternative Cultural Scene in Tel-Aviv-Jaffa”; “Marginalité Créative: La Scène Alternative Judéo-Arabe de Tel-Aviv-Jaffa” Ethnologie Française 45(2): 297-312 (French and English). Special issue on Israel (eds. Fran Markowitz and Nir Avieli).