This was reported in the following news outlets:
Buka magazin: http://www.6yka.com/novost/62291/banjalucanin-sinisa-malesevic-postao-clan-evropske-akademije-nauka
Frontal – http://www.frontal.ba/novost/71921/banjalucanin-sinisa-malesevic-postao-clan-evropske-akademije-nauka
Vijesti.at – http://www.vijesti.at/tekst/bih/tehnologija/banjalucanin-sinisa-malesevic-postao-clan-evropske-akademije-nauka/2157141
Christopher R. Paparone’s long review of ‘The Sociology of War and Violence’ published in Contemporary Sociology (2014) 43: 304–311. http://csx.sagepub.com/content/43/3.toc
History as Sociology, Sociology as History
On 27 August 2014, the School of Sociology, University College Dublin, will host a one-day conference on the theme of ‘History as Sociology, Sociology as History’.
Participants include Peter Burke (Cambridge), Michael Mann (UCLA), Dennis Smith (Loughborough) and – to be confirmed – Maria Lúcia Pallares Burke (Cambridge), as well as Stephen Mennell, Siniša Malesević , Steve Loyal, Robert Gerwarth and Andreas Hess of UCD.
There is no conference fee, and all are welcome. Further information from: Oskar.Milik@ucdconnect.ie
|10.15||Registration and coffee|
|10.55||Steve Loyal: Conference Opening|
|11.00||Michael Mann: ‘Have Societies Evolved?’Response by Dennis Smith and discussion|
|12.00||Peter Burke: ‘Comparison in History’Response by Andreas Hess and discussion|
|14.00||Stephen Mennell: ‘Sociogenesis and Psychogenesis: Norbert Elias’s Historical Social Psychology as a Research Tradition in Comparative Historical Sociology’Response by Steve Loyal and discussion
|15.20||Sinisa Malesevic: ‘The End of War and Historical Sociology’Response by Robert Gerwarth and discussion|
|16.20||Steve Loyal: Closing Remarks|
Audio Recordings from the Oxford Workshop on Michael Mann’s recent work
(2nd and 3rd May 2014, Oxford Internet Institute Seminar Room)
John Ikenberry – The Last Empire? American Power, Liberalism, and World Order
John Darwin – Michael Mann and the Problem of Empire
Siniša Malešević – Nationalism and Military Power in the 20th Century and Beyond
Michael Mann: Have Societies Evolved?
Liliana Riga – Ethnicity, class and the social sources of U.S. exceptionalism
Georgi Derluguian – The Rise and Demise of the Soviet Model
David Priestland – The Sources of Social Power and the Problem of Ideology
Ralph Schroeder – Mann’s Globalizations and their Limits
Review in Polish Journal Social Space (Przestrzeń Społeczna) (http://socialspacejournal.eu/7%20numer/Z.%20Rykiel%20-%20Ideological%20and%20banal%20rather%20than%20normative%20nationalism.pdf).
Review in US review journal Choice: https://library.villanova.edu/Find/Record/1469896/Reviews
Review in the European Journal of Sociology (in French) : http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9517220&fulltextType=BR&fileId=S0003975614000241