Qu'y a-t-il de si spécifique dans le Socialisme britannique, qu'on connaît et identifie si mal ? En effet, celui-ci se nourrit d'un anti-sociologisme qu'on a du mal à comprendre et s'appuie sur John Ruskin et William Morris, qu'on connaît peu en France.
This blog was started by Dr Baudry Rocquin in May 2016 and is focusing on the history of sociology. You will find articles on current research (including book reviews, coming conferences, call for papers), history and methodology.
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How important is history for sociology? A discipline, just like an Oxbridge college (!) is based on an invisible continuity evinced in ideas (books) and not just buildings (bricks). This is often forgotten...
Durkheim did not receive a warm welcome and full attention in Britain until Steven Lukes' seminal historical and biographical study published in 1973. How come the British most likely did not like Durkheim? The answer of a Frenchman...
The ‘new history of sociology’ was a debate from the 1980s between R.A. Jones and C. Camic that can still shed light on how best to write about sociology’s past. But now we need a new ‘new history of sociology’!
Welcome on my post #2. Here I tell a short history of sociology in Strasbourg since 1871 and you might be surprised by how important and exciting it's been!
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