The Books that Made Sociology

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 5:30 PM-7:20 PM
Room: Booth 49
RC08 History of Sociology (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Filipe CARREIRA DA SILVA, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Hedvig EKERWALD, Uppsala University, Sweden, Sweden
The Making Of Obedience To Authority: From Binet To Asch To Milgram (Oral Presentation)
Harry PERLSTADT, Michigan State University, USA

The Protestant Ethic In Poland: A Book That Failed To Make Sociology (Oral Presentation)
Marta BUCHOLC, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dialectic of Enlightenment's Critique of the Civilizing Process As Aufhebung of a Debate (Oral Presentation)
Ricardo PAGLIUSO REGATIERI, University of São Paulo, Brazil

“Du Bois' the Souls of Black Folk: A Retrospective Classic?” (Oral Presentation)
Filipe CARREIRA DA SILVA, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Mónica BRITO VIEIRA, University of York, United Kingdom

Why Understanding the Nazi Past Did Not Become the Topic of a Book Written By Everett Ch. Hughes (Oral Presentation)
Christian FLECK, University of Graz, Austria