Publications

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Authored Books:

S. Malesevic (2017) The Rise of Organised Brutality: A Historical Sociology of Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University 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; Persian translation to be published by Kavirbook, Tehran, 2017).

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 published  by Kavirbook, Tehran, 2017).

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 (ed.) (2017) Empires and Nation-States. Special Issue. Thesis Eleven 139 (1) London: Sage.

S. Malesevic (ed.) (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) From Sacrifice to Prestige: Visualising the Nation in the 19th and 21st century Serbia and Croatia. Visual Studies (in press).

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

S. Malesevic (2017) The Foundation of Statehood: Empires and Nation-States in the Longue Durée. Thesis Eleven. 139 (1): 145-161.

S. Malesevic (2017) Empires and Nation-States: Beyond the Dichotomy. Thesis Eleven. 139 (1): 3-10.

S. Malesevic (2017) Do National Identities Exist? Social Space, 13(1). 1-20.

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 (2018) Nationalism and Imperialism as Enemies and Friends: Nation-State Formation and Imperial Projects in the Balkans. In F. Duina (ed). States, Power, and Civility: Hallsian Perspectives.Toronto: University of Toronto Press (in press).

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) War 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 I. Stiks ‘ Nations and Citizens in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav States. One Hundred Years of Citizenship. H-Nationalism. H-Net reviews.

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

S. Malesevic (2017) Review of The Stone Soup Experiment:Why Cultural Boundaries Persist. Common Knowledge. 23 (2): 349-5.

S. Malesevic (2017) Vaz Gecmeyen Ulusculuk (The Tenacity of Nationalism). Sabah Ulkesi. 51: 62-65.

S. Malesevic (2017) The Myth of Violent Past. Fifteen Eighty Four. http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2017/04/the-myth-of-violent-past/

S. Malesevic (2017) Nacionalizam u vrijeme globalizacije. Jutarnji List Magazine, 4.2. 2017, p. 66.

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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