Publications

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Authored Books:

S. Malesevic (2017) The Rise of Organized Brutality: A Historical Sociology of Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press ( in press).

S. Malesevic (2013) Nation-States and Nationalisms: Organization, ideology and Solidarity. Cambridge: Polity Press. 238 pp. HB & Pb; Croatian translation to be published in 2017 with Jesenski & Turk, Zagreb).

S. Malesevic (2010). The Sociology of War and Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hb & Pb pp. 364 (Reprinted in 2012; Croatian translation published in 2011 with Jesenski & Turk, Zagreb, Turkish translation to be published in 2017 with Hece Yayinlari, Istanbul).

S. Malesevic (2006). Identity as Ideology: Understanding Ethnicity and Nationalism. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 264. Hb (Persian translation in preparation).

S. Malesevic (2004). The Sociology of Ethnicity. London: Sage, pp.200. Hb & Pb (Serbian translation published in 2009 with Fabrika Knjiga, Belgrade, pp. 352; Persian translation published in 2011 with Sabzan, Tehran; reprinted in 2013; Turkish translation forthcoming with Nobel Akademik, Ankara in 2017).

S. Malesevic (2002). Ideology, Legitimacy and the New State: Yugoslavia, Serbia and Croatia. London: Frank Cass/Routledge, pp. 338 Hb. Reprinted in 2008 and in paperback in 2016 by Routledge (revised Serbian translation published by Fabrika Knjiga, Belgrade 2004; Croatian translation published by Jesenski and Turk, Zagreb 2004, pp. 511).

S. Malesevic, et al. (1995) Cultural Centres in Central and Eastern Europe. Zagreb: IMO, pp. 142.

Authored Booklets:

S. Malesevic (2011) Sociological Theory and Warfare. Stockholm: Forsvarshogskolan. pp. 23. (Spanish translation, Prohistoria, Argentina, 2015).

Edited Books and Volumes:

S. Malesevic (2015) Ernest Gellner and Historical Sociology. Special Issue. Thesis Eleven 126 (1) London: Sage.

J. Hall and S. Malesevic (eds.) (2013) Nationalism and War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp. 380.Hb& Pb.

S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds). (2007). Ernest Gellner and Contemporary Social Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 274  Hb & Pb.

S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds). (2002). Making Sense of Collecitivity: Ethnicity, Nationalism and Globalization. London: Pluto, pp. 226. Hb & Pb.

S. Malesevic and I. MacKenzie (eds.) (2002). Ideology after Poststructuralism. London: Pluto, pp. 180.  Hb and E-book  (sections translated into Spanish).

S. Malesevic (ed.) (1997) Culture in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutional and Value Changes. Zagreb: IMO, pp. 151. Pb.

Articles in Peer Reviewed International Academic Journals:

S. Malesevic (2017) The Organisation of Military Violence in the 21st Century. Organization (in press).

S. Malesevic (2017) The Mirage of Balkan Piedmont: State Formation and Serbian Nationalisms in the 19th and early 20th century. Nations and Nationalism 23 (1):129-150.

S. Malesevic (2016) Civil Wars and Virtous Violence. Journal of Political  Power . 9 (2): 309-317.

S. Malesevic (2016) How old is Human Brutality?: The Structural Origins of Violence. Common Knowledge 21 (2) 81-104.

S. Malesevic (2015) Where does Group Solidarity come from? Gellner and Ibn Khaldun revisited. Thesis Eleven 126 (1) 85-99.

S. Malesevic (2015) Introduction: Ernest Gellner and Historical Sociology. Thesis Eleven 126(1): 3-9.

S. Malesevic (2014) Is War Becoming Obsolete? A Sociological Analysis. The Sociological Review 62 (S2): 65-86. (Reprinted in J. Kilby and L. Ray (eds) Violence and Society. London: Blackwell/Wiley).

S. Malesevic (2014) ‘Irishness and Nationalisms’ Irish Journal of Sociology 22 (1) (reprint);

S. Malesevic (2014) Taming or Disguising Violence?:  War, Civilisation and Social Theory. Journal of Political Power 7 (2) 325-334.

S. Malesevic (2013) Making Boundaries and Fighting Wars: Ethnicities, Nation-States and Empires. European Journal of Sociology 54 (3) 507-514.

S. Malesevic (2013) Is Nationalism Intrinsically Violent? Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 19 (1):12-37 (Chinese translation forthcoming).

S. Malesevic (2013) Forms of Brutality: Towards a Historical Sociology of Violence. European Journal of Social Theory. 16 (3): 273 – 291.

S. Malesevic and K. Ryan (2013) The Disfigured Ontology of Figurational Sociology: Norbert Elias and the Question of Violence. Critical Sociology 39 (2):165-181.

S. Malesevic (2012) Wars that Make States and Wars that Make Nations: Organised Violence, Nationalism and State Formation in the Balkans.  European Journal of Sociology 53 (1): 31-63.

S. Malesevic (2012) Did Wars Make Nation-States in the Balkans? Nationalisms, Wars and States in the 19th and early 20th Century South East Europe  Journal of Historical Sociology 25 (3): 299-330.

S. Malesevic (2011) The Chimera of National Identity. Nations and Nationalism 17 (2): 272-290.

S. Malesevic (2011) Ethnicity in Time and Space: A Conceptual Analysis. Critical Sociology 37 (1) 67-82.

S. Malesevic (2011) Nationalism, War and Social Cohesion. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34 (1): 142-161 (Chinese translation forthcoming).

S. Malesevic (2010) Violence, Nationalism and Secession: The Case of Bosnian Serbs’ World Tensions/ Tensoes Mundiais  6 (11): 39-80   (published in English and in Portuguese translation).

S. Malesevic (2010) How Pacifist were the Founding Fathers?: War and Violence in Classical Sociology. European Journal of Social Theory. 13(2): 193-212. (reprinted in D. R. Segal and J. Burk (eds) (2011) Military Sociology. London: Sage.

S. Malesevic (2008) The Sociology of New Wars?: Assessing the Causes and Objectives of Contemporary Violent Conflicts. International Political Sociology 2(2): 97-112.

S. Malesevic (2008) Solidary Killers and Egoistic Pacifists: Violence, War and Social Action. Journal of Power. 1 (2): 207-216.

S. Malesevic and G. Uzelac (2007) A Nation-state without the Nation?: The trajectories of nation-formation in Montenegro  Nations and Nationalism 13(4): 695-716.

S. Malesevic (2006) Violence, Power and Nation-States: A Sociological Assessment. World Tensions/ Tensoes Mundiais  2 (3): 12-77  (published in English and in Portuguese translation)

S. Malesevic J. Breuilly, D Cesarani, B Neuberger, M Mann (2006) ‘Debate on Michael Mann’s The Dark Side of Democracy: Explaining Ethnic Cleansing’ Nations and Nationalism 12 (3) 389-411.

S. Malesevic (2004) ‘Divine Ethnies’ and ‘Sacred Nations’: Anthony D. Smith and the Neo-Durkhemian Theory of Nationalism. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 10 (4): 561-593.

S. Malesevic (2003) Researching Social and Ethnic Identity: A Sceptical View. Journal of Language and Politics 2 (2): 265-287.

S. Malesevic (2002) Rational Choice Theory and The Sociology of Ethnic Relations: A Critique. Ethnic and Racial Studies 25 (2): 193-212.

S. Malesevic (2002) From Organic Legislators to Organicistic Interpreters: Intellectuals in Yugoslavia and Post-Yugoslav Sates. Government and Opposition 37 (1): 55-75. (translated into Serbian and published in Rec, Belgrade, June 2003).

S. Malesevic and V. Malesevic (2001) Ethnic Identity Perceptions: An Analysis of Two Surveys. Europa Ethnica 58 (1-2):30-45.

S. Malesevic (1999) Globalism and Nationalism: Which One is Bad? Development in Practice 9 (5): 579-583. (reprinted in D. Eade (ed.) (2002) Development and Culture Reader. Oxford: Oxfam, pp. 38-44).

S. Malesevic (1998). Ethnic Relations in Contemporary Sociological Theory: One Taxonomy. Europa Ethnica. 55 (3-4): 105-121

S. Malesevic & G. Uzelac (1997). Ethnic Distance, Power and War: The Case of Croatian Students. Nations and Nationalism.  3 (2): 291-298.

S. Malesevic (1996). Utopia and Dystopia After Communism: Visions of an Ideal Society among ZagrebUniversity Students. East European Quarterly vol. XXX, No. 2, June, pp. 250 -269.

S. Malesevic (1994). Identity, Stratification, Ethnicity and ‘New Societies’. Culturelink. Special Issue. pp. 15-19.

S. Malesevic (1994). An Evaluation of the Meaning and Function of the Culturelink Network of Networks. Culturelink. No. 12, pp. 145-164.

S. Malesevic (1994). Percepcija etnickog porijekla: Aplikacija jednog modela.  Migracijske teme. Vol. 10, No.1, pp. 31-54.

S. Malesevic (1993). Percepcija ‘etnickog porijekla’ i ‘zivotnih ciljeva’ kao determinanti etnickog identiteta. Revija za sociologiju. Vol.24, no.1-2, pp. 87-99.

S. Malesevic (1988). Sudar kultura. Obelezja. No. 2/3 pp. 72-82.

S. Malesevic  (1987). Abeceda antropologije s posebnim osvrtom na funkcionalizam u antropologiji. Lica, No. 1, pp. 21-32. (reprinted as ‘Funkcionalizam u antropologiji’ in Medjaj, December 1987 ).

S. Malesevic (1987). Zasto su socijalna i kulturna antropologija nedovoljno razvijene u Jugoslaviji? Lica, No.  7-10, pp. 35-43.

Book Chapters

S. Malesevic and C. Ollson (2017) War. In  W. Outwhite and S. Turner (eds) The Sage Handbook of Political Sociology. London: Sage. (in press).

S. Malesevic and S. Scriver (2017) Warfare, New Wars, and Warlordism. In Bryan S. Turner (ed) Encyclopaedia of Social Theory. London: Routledge/Wiley (in press).

S. Malesevic (2016) Nationalism and Military Power in 20th Century and Beyond. In R. Schroeder (ed). Global Powers: Mann’s Anatomy of the 20th Century and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

S. Malesevic (2015) ‘Violence, Coercion and Human Rights’ In: M. Holborn (ed) Contemporary Sociology. Cambridge: Polity.

S. Malesevic (2016) War and Nationalism. In: J. Stone and A.D. Smith (eds). Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. London: Routledge. London.

S. Malesevic (2014) ‘Irishness and Nationalisms’ In T. Inglis (ed) Are the Irish Different. Manchester: Manchester Univeristy Press.

S. Malesevic and N. O’Dochartaigh (2014) ‘Sociological Approaches’ In: K. Derouen and E. Newman (eds) Compendium on Civil War Studies. London: Routledge pp. 54-66.

S. Malesevic (2013) Obliterating Heterogeneity through Peace: Nationalisms, States and Wars in the Balkans. In: J. Hall and S. Malesevic (eds.) Nationalism and War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

J. Hall and S. Malesevic (2013) Introduction: Nationalisms and Wars In: J. Hall and S. Malesevic (eds.) Nationalism and War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

S. Malesevic and J.A. Hall (2012) The Political Sociology of Power. In M. Haugaard and K. Ryan (eds.) Political Power: The Development of the Field. Leverkusen and Berlin: IPSA and Budrich Publishers.

S. Malesevic and N. O’Dochartaigh (2011) Secession and Political Violence. In: A. Pavkovic and P. Radan (eds.) Research Companion on Secession. Aldershot: Ashgate.

S. Malesevic (2011) ‘Ideology’ in K. Dowding (ed.) Encyclopeadia of Power. London: Sage. pp. 333-339.

S. Malesevic and V. Malesevic (2009) Gellner’s Civil Society Theory. In H.K. Anheier and S. Toepler (eds). International Encyclopaedia of Civil Society.New York: Springer pp. 404-408.

S. Malesevic (2009) Collective Violence and Power. In S. Clegg and M. Haugaard (eds.) Sage Handbook of Power.London: Sage. pp. 274-290.

S. Malesevic (2008) ‘War’ in V. Parrillo (ed.) Encyclopeadia of Social Problems. London: Sage. pp. 1010-1012.

S. Malesevic (2007) Between the Book and the new Sword: Gellner, Violence and Ideology. In: S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds.) Ernest Gellner and Contemporary Social Thought. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press. pp. 140-167.

M. Haugaard and S. Malesevic (2007) Introduction: An Intellectual Rebel with a Cause. In: S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds.) Ernest Gellner and Contemporary Social Thought. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press . pp. 1-28.

S. Malesevic (2006) Nationalism and the Power of Ideology. In G. Delanty and K. Kumar (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Nations and Nationalism. London: Sage.

S. Malesevic and J.A. Hall (2005). Citizenship, Ethnicity and Nation-States. In C. Calhoun, C. Rojek and B. S. Turner (eds) The Sage Handbook of Sociology. London: Sage, pp. 561-578.

S. Malesevic (2002) Identity: Conceptual, Operational and Historical Critique. In S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds.) Making Sense of Collecitivity: Ethnicity, Nationalism and Globalization. London: Pluto, pp. 195-215.

S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (2002) Introduction: The Idea of Collectivity. In S. Malesevic and M. Haugaard (eds.) Making Sense of Collecitivity: Ethnicity, Nationalism and Globalization. London: Pluto, pp. 1-11.

S. Malesevic (2002) Rehabilitating Ideology after Poststructuralism. In S. Malesevic and I. MacKenzie (eds.) Ideology after Poststructuralism. London: Pluto, pp. 87-110.

S. Malesevic and I. MacKenzie (2002) Introduction: De Tracy’s Legacy. In S. Malesevic and I. MacKenzie (eds.) Ideology after Poststructuralism. London: Pluto, pp. 1-8.

S. Malesevic (2000) Ethnicity and Federalism in Communist Yugoslavia and its SuccessorStates. In: Y. Ghai (ed.) Autonomy and Ethnicity. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, pp. 147-170.

S. Malesevic (1998). Ustashas and Chetniks: Delegitimisation of an Ethnic Enemy in Serbian and Croatian War-Time Cartoons. In: Lowney, Ch. (ed.). Identities: Theoretical Considerations and Case Studies.Vienna: IWM, pp. 223-264.

S. Malesevic (1997) The Czech Republic and Slovakia: Two Different Roads to Cultural Development. In: S. Malesevic (ed.) Culture in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutional and Value Changes. Zagreb: IMO, pp.51-69.

S. Malesevic (1997) Introduction. In: S. Malesevic (ed.) Culture in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutional and Value Changes. Zagreb: IMO, pp. 1-7.

S. Malesevic (1996). Cultural Centres in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Hamersveld, I. & van der Wielen, N. (eds.) Cultural Research in Europe.Amsterdam: Boekman Foundation & Circle, pp. 92-96.

S. Malesevic (1995) Changes in the Status and Functioning of Cultural Centres in Central and Eastern European Countries in Transition. In: S. Malesevic et al. Cultural Centres in Central and Eastern Europe. Zagreb: IMO, pp. 9-85.

S. Malesevic (1994). Neki aspekti identiteta novih zemalja i njihov medjunarodni polozaj. In: Svob-Djokic, N. (ed.) Medjunarodni polozaj novih evropskih zemalja. Zagreb: IRMO, pp. 63-81.

S. Malesevic and B. Culig (1992). Situacijski i anticipacijski defetizam. In: Caldarovic, O., Mesic, M & Stulhofer, A. (ed.) Sociologija i rat. Zagreb: Croatian Sociological Association, pp. 185-195.

Short Essays, Reference Works and Book Reviews:

S. Malesevic (2017) Review of The Stone Soup Experiment:Why Cultural Boundaries Persist. Common Knowledge. 23 (1): (in press).

S. Malesevic (2017) Violence. In Bryan S. Turner (ed) Encyclopaedia of Social Theory. London: Routledge/Wiley (in press).

S. Malesevic (2016) Review of N. Levinson War Is Not a Game: The New Antiwar Soldiers and the Movement They Built Common Knowledge 22(3): 505.

S. Malesevic (2016) Anthony D. Smith (1939-2016) Croatian Political Science Review (published in English and Croatian). 53(2): 153-156.

S. Malesevic (2016) Small is Beautiful? Dublin Review of Books, July.

S. Malesevic (2016) Review of R. Brubaker Grounds for Difference. H-Nationalism. H-Net Reviews. http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=45973

S. Malesevic (2016) Review of J. Obradović-Wochnik Ethnic Conflict and War Crimes in the Balkans: The Narratives of Denial in Post-Conflict Serbia. Nationalities Papers 44 (1).

S. Malesevic (2016) Ernest Gellner. In: J. Stone and A.D. Smith (eds) Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. London: Routledge.

S. Malesevic (2015) Review of E. Becirevic Genocide on Drina River. Nationalities Papers. 43(3): 518-21.

S. Malesevic (2014) Review of A. Ichijo Nationalism and Multiple Modernities. Nations and Nationalism 20 (2): 376-378.

S. Malesevic (2014) Review of J. Levy and W. Thompson The Arc of War. Journal of World-Systems Research. 20 (1); 141-144.

S. Malesevic (2014) Review of B. Huszka Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict: Debate-Framing and Rhetoric in Independence Campaigns. London and New York: Routledge. e-International Relations. 1-3 http://www.e-ir.info/2014/01/23/review-secessionist-movements-and-ethnic-conflict/

S. Malesevic (2014) Review of Martin Bulmer and John Solomos (eds) Nationalism and National Identities. London: Routledge. In Insight Turkey. Istanbul 16 (1) 2-3.

S. Malesevic (2014). T. Harrison and S. Drakulic (eds) Against Orthodoxy: Studies in Nationalism. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development. 35(2) 199-202.

S. Malesevic (2013) J.A. Hall ‘Ernest Gellner: An Intellectual Biography’ Thesis Eleven 116 (1): 124-129.

S. Malesevic (2013) M.I. Midlarsky ‘Origins of Political Extremism’, Perspectives on Politics 11(2); 705-706.

S. Malesevic (2012) M. Valenta and S. Ramet (eds) The Bosnian Diaspora: Integration in Transnational Communities. Ethnic and Racial Studies 35 (12): 2222-3.

S. Malesevic (2012) J. Brewer ‘The Peace Processes: A Sociological Approach’ Review Symposium, Sociology 46 (1) 159-166.

S. Malesevic (2011) Preface for the Persian translation of The Sociology of Ethnicity, pp 1-3 in Persian translation .

S. Malesevic (2011) ‘Montenegrins’ in J. Cole (ed). Ethnic Groups of Europe. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, pp 265-269.

S. Malesevic (2011) ‘‘Ideas’ in K. Dowding (ed.) Encyclopeadia of Power. London: Sage. pp. 332-3.

S. Malesevic (2009) A. J. Echevarria II ‘Clausewitz and Contemporary War’ Political Studies Review, 7:1, pp, 96-7.

M. Haugaard and S. Malesevic (2008) Editorial: The Ubiquity of Power. Journal of Power. 1   :1, pp. 1-3.

S. Malesevic (2008) B. Magas ‘Croatia through History: The Making of a EuropeanState’ Irish Times Weekend Review, p. 13 (29/3/08).

S. Malesevic (2006) R. Brubaker ‘Ethnicity without Groups’ Nations and Nationalism, 12:4 , pp.699-700.

S. Malesevic (2005) M. Mann ‘The Dark Side of Democracy’ Nations and Nationalism, 11:4, pp. 637-8.

S. Malesevic (2005) J. Stone & R. Dennis (eds.) ‘Race and Ethnicity’, Nations and Nationalism, 11: 3, pp. 466-7.

S. Malesevic (2004). Predgovor Beogradskom i Zagrebackom izdanju. (Preface for the Serbian and Croatian translation of Ideology, Legitimacy and the New State) pp.7-10.

S. Malesevic (2003) I. Colovic ‘The Politics of Symbol in Serbia’ and J. Dragovic-Soso ‘Saviours of the Nation’ Nations and Nationalism, 9:4, pp.636-8.

S. Malesevic (2001) E. Gordy ‘The Culture of Power in Serbia’ Extremism and Democracy 2:3, pp.11-12.

S. Malesevic (1992) I. Cifric ‘Sociologija sela’, Socijalna ekologija (Zagreb), 1:2, pp. 244-6.

S. Malesevic (1991) C. Levi-Strauss & D. Eribon ‘Izbliza i izdaleka’, Revija za sociologiju (Zagreb), 22:3-4, pp. 385-7.

Online publications

S. Malesevic (2006) ‘Ethnicity and Nationalism in Contemporary Sociology’ Full transcript of the lecture given in Moscow  http://www.thinkingrussia.org/eng/lecture_hall/events/3/record_eng/ (English) http://www.thinkingrussia.org/eng/lecture_hall/events/3/record_rus/ (Russian translation)

Peer Reviewed Research Reports

S. Malesevic (2013) How Will Ideology Affect Notions of Identity in the Next 10 Years?  London: BIS Foresight project, Future of Identity. 10 pp.

S. Malesevic, P. Middlebrook, S. Prasad and E. Saunier (2006) The Political Economy of Change in the Western Balkans. London: DFID. 58 pp.


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