Selected Publications

2021

  • Rosario Forlenza: Europe’s forgotten unfinished revolution. Peasant power, social mobilization, and communism in the southern Italian countryside, 1943–45, The American Historical Review.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Happiness and aging. Two contrasted views, in Joseph E. Davis and Paul Scherz (eds.), The Evening of Life. The Challenges of Aging and Dying Well. Ithaca: Notre Dame Press.
  • Max Oliver Schmidt: Seenotrettung und Kirchenasyl. Organisationale Schließungskämpfe im Feld der europäischen Asylverwaltung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 1. Neoliberal Politics and Sociological Perspectives. London/New York: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 3. Postcolonial and Settler Colonial Contexts. London/New York: Routledge.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Introduction. Waves of democracy, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 1. Neoliberal Politics and Sociological Perspectives. London/New York: Routledge, 1-15.
  • Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg: Democratization or politicization? The changing face of political-economic expertise in European expert groups, 1966–2017, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 1. Neoliberal Politics and Sociological Perspectives. London/New York: Routledge, 106-128.
  • Rosario Forlenza and Bryan S. Turner: Roman Catholicism and democracy. Internal conservatism and external liberalism?, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 1. Neoliberal Politics and Sociological Perspectives. London/New York: Routledge, 149-164.
  • Hannah Wolf: Introduction. Considering democracies, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge, 1-15.
  • Max Oliver Schmidt: Church asylum as ultima ratio. Fighting for access to German society, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge, 36-53.
  • Özge Yaka: Migration and democracy. Reclaiming democracy from its nativist/nationalist closure, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge, 54-68.
  • Eddie Hartmann and Felix Lang: The crisis of social trust in non-violent routines. Social mobilization of right-wing violence in Germany, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge, 89-104.
  • Zafer Yilmaz: Turkey’s regime transformation and its emerging police state. The judicialization of politics, everyday emergency, and marginalizing citizenship, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 2. Contesting Citizenship. London/New York: Routledge, 166-183.
  • Jürgen Mackert: Introduction. A ‘master-race democracy’. Myths and lies of Western liberal civilization, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 3. Postcolonial and Settler Colonial Contexts. London/New York: Routledge, 1-13.
  • Rebecca Burkert: Moving mountains? Palestinian claim making from Oslo onwards, in Jürgen Mackert, Hannah Wolf and Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Condition of Democracy. Vol. 3. Postcolonial and Settler Colonial Contexts. London/New York: Routledge, 110-127.
  • Jürgen Mackert: Social life as collective struggle. Closure theory and the problem of solidarity, Sozialpolitik.ch 01/2021, Article 1.5.
  • İlker Cörüt: Hikmet Kıvılcımlı’s, ‘history thesis’, and the nation-form. National revolutionaries as modern barbarians?, in İlker Cörüt and Joost Jongerden (eds.), Beyond nationalism and the nation-state. Radical approaches to nation. London: Routledge, 23-46.
  • İlker Cörüt and Joost Jongerden (eds.): Beyond nationalism and the nation-state. Radical approaches to nation. London: Routledge.
  • Bryan S. Turner: 东的资本主义与阶层 [Capitalism and class in the Middle East. Theories of social change and economic development]. Translation into Chinese. Bejing: Social Sciences Academic Press.
  • Bryan S. Turner: The political theology of Covid-19. A comparative history of human responses to catastrophe, in Gerhard Delanty (ed.), Pandemics, Politics and Society. Berlin: De Gruyter. (forthcoming)

2020

  • Muzaffer Kaya: Hikmet Kıvılcımlı’s contribution to Marxist historiography. A Turkish perspective, in Kerstin Knopf and Detlev Quintern (eds.), From Marx to Global Marxism. Eurocentrism, Resistance, Postcolonial Criticism. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 103-112.
  • Zafer Yılmaz: Erdoğan’s presidential regime and strategic legalism. Turkish democracy in the twilight zone, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 20, 2, 265-287.
  • Rosario Forlenza and Bryan S. Turner: Max Weber and the late modernization of Catholicism, in Edith Hanke, Lawrence Scaff and Sam Whimster (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Max Weber. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 335-352.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Happiness and aging. Two contrasted views, in Joseph E. Davis and Paul Scherz (eds.), The Evening of Life. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, chapter 7.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Cosmopolitanism and religion, in Vincenzo Cicchelli (ed.), Cosmopolitanism in Hard Times. Leiden: Brill, chapter 23.
  • Tom Barnes, Joshua Roose and Bryan S. Turner: Detroit five years after bankruptcy. From coercion to consent, Urban Studies, 1-18.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Foreword, in Simon Susen, Sociology in the Twenty-First Century. Key Trends, Debates and Challenges. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, V-X.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Theodicies of the Covid19 catastrophe, in J. Michael Ryan (ed.), Covid19. Volume 1. Global Pandemic, Societal Responses, Ideological Solutions. London: Routledge, chapter 4.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Mary Douglas, in Adam Possamai (ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion. Volume 1. London: Sage, 917-918.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Bryan Wilson, in Adam Possamai (ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion. Volume 2. London: Sage, 917-918.
  • Bryan S. Turner and Tomoko Tamari: Interview with Bryan S. Turner – Reflections on the 25 anniversary of the Body & Society, Body & Society, 26, 1-22.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Good behaviour. Islam and Christianity as frameworks for religious life, in Milad Milani and Vassilios Adrahtas (eds.), Islam, Civility and Political Culture. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 65-85.
  • Özge Yaka: Justice as relationality. Socio-ecological justice in the context of anti-hydropower movements in Turkey, DIE ERDE – Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin 151, 2-3, 167-180.
  • Hannah Wolf: „Es ist, als ob der Stuhl wackelt“ - Entsichertes Wohnen und Zuhause, in Frank Sowa (ed.), Figurationen der Wohnungsnot. Weinheim, München: Beltz Juventa. (forthcoming)
  • Simon Susen and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Pierre Bourdieu'nün Mirası. Eleştirel Söylemler [The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu. Critical Essays ]. Translated by A. Kadir Gülen. Turkey: Phoenix. 
  • Bryan S. Turner and Habibul Haque Khondker: Küreselleşme. Doğu ve Batı [Globalization East and West]. Translated by Serkan Ozdemir. Turkey: Koyu Siyah Kitap.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Din ve Modern Toplum  [Religion and Modern Society]. Translated by Arzu Tufekci. Turkey: Sentez.
  • Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.): Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 1. Theories and Concepts. London: Routledge.
  • Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.): Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 2. Urban Neo-liberalisation. London: Routledge.
  • Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.): Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 3. Figurations of Conflict and Resistance. London: Routledge.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Introduction. Cities between success and failure, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 1. Theories and Concepts. London: Routledge, 1-8.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Sacred cities. Ancient and early modern religious diversity, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 1. Theories and Concepts. London: Routledge, 29-44.
  • Gregor Fitzi: Global Urbanism and the Crisis of Emancipation, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 1. Theories and Concepts. London: Routledge, 81-96.
  • Hannah Wolf and Jürgen Mackert: Introduction. Urban warfare. Neo-liberalism’s assault on democratic life in the city, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 2. Urban Neo-liberalisation. London: Routledge, 1-14.
  • Magdalena Otto: Governing through Participation. Activation of Civil Commitment in Berlin’s Neighbourhoods, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 2. Urban Neo-liberalisation. London: Routledge, 78-96.
  • Hannah Wolf: Permanent liminality? Housing insecurity and home, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 2. Urban Neo-liberalisation. London: Routledge, 99-118.
  • Gregor Fitzi: Introduction. Logics of urban marginalisation and resistance, in Bryan S. Turner, Hannah Wolf, Gregor Fitzi and Jürgen Mackert (eds.), Urban Change and Citizenship in Times of Crisis. Vol. 3. Figurations of Conflict and Resistance. London: Routledge, 1-11.
  • Rob Stones and Bryan S. Turner: Successful societies. Decision-making and the quality of attentiveness, The British Journal of Sociology 71, 1, 183-199.

2019


2018

  • Bryan S. Turner: Din ve Modern Toplum. Bursa: Sentez. (Turkish Translation of Religion and Modern Society, Cambridge, 2011)
  • Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Vol. 1. Concepts and Theory. London: Routledge.
  • Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 2. Politics, Social Movements and Extremism. London: Routledge.
  • Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 3. Immigration, Gender and Religion. London: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert: Introduction: Is There such a Thing as Populism?, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Vol. 1. Concepts and Theory. London: Routledge, 1-13.
  • Gregor Fitzi: Populism: An Ideal-Typical Assessment, Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Vol. 1. Concepts and Theory. London: Routledge, 47-61.
  • Jürgen Mackert: ‘We the People’: Liberal and Organic Populism, and the Politics of Social Closure, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Vol. 1. Concepts and Theory. London: Routledge, 91-108.
  • Gregor Fitzi: Introduction: Political Populism as A Symptom of the Great Transformation of Democracy, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 2. Politics, Social Movements and Extremism. London: Routledge, 1-8.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Introduction: Demography, Democracy and Right-Wing Populism, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 3. Immigration, Gender and Religion. London: Routledge, 1-8.
  • Rosario Forlenza: ‘Abendland in Christian Hands’: Religion and Populism in Contemporary European Politics, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 3. Immigration, Gender and Religion. London: Routledge, 133-149.
  • Zafer Yilmaz: The AKP and the New Politics of the Social: Fragile Citizenship, Authoritarian Populism and Paternalist Family Policies, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 3. Immigration, Gender and Religion. London: Routledge, 150-167.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Trump, Religion and Populism, in Gregor Fitzi, Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.Vol. 3. Immigration, Gender and Religion. London: Routledge, 168-179.
  • Bryan S. Turner: French Secular Thought: Foucault and Political Spirituality, Iran Namag 3, 2.
  • Rosario Forlenza and Bryan S. Turner: Das Abendland: The politics of Europe’s religious borders, Critical Research on Religion 0, 0, 1-18.
  • Rosario Forlenza and Bryan S. Turner: Res Publica Christiana: Europe’s Three Religious Borders, in Daisy L. Machado, Bryan S. Turner and Trygve Eiliv Wyller (eds.): Borderland Religion. Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope and Beyond. London: Routledge.
  • Daisy L. Machado, Bryan S. Turner and Trygve Eiliv Wyller (eds.): Borderland Religion. Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope and Beyond. London: Routledge.
  • Alan Shipman, June Edmunds and Bryan S. Turner: The New Power Elite: Inequality, Politics and Greed. London: Anthem Press.
  • Rosario Forlenza: Magic, Religion, and the South: Notes on Ernesto De Martino, Journal of Religious and Political Practice 4, 2, 127-155.
  • Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg and Jürgen Mackert: EU-Citizenship, in Maurizio Bach and Barbara Hönig (eds.) Europasoziologie. Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Studium. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 120-129.

2017

  • Bryan S. Turner, Chang Kyung-Sup, Cynthia F. Epstein, Peter Kivisto, William Outhwaite and J. Michael Ryan (eds.): The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, 5 Volume Set. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Ritual, Belief and Habituation. Religion and Religions from the Axial Age to the Anthropocene, European Journal of Social Theory 20, 132-145.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Secularization, Biomedical Technology and Life Extension, in P. Zuckerman and J.R. Shook (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Secularism. New York: Oxford University Press, 721-734.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Classical Approaches: Origins and Development of the Theory of Politics, in William Outhwaite (ed.), The Sage Handbook of Political Sociology, London: Sage, 5-22.
  • Bryan S. Turner: Contemporary Citizenship: Four Types, Journal of Citizenship and Globalization Studies 1, 1, 1-23.
  • Gregor Fitzi and Nicola Marucci (eds.), Performing the Other. Durkheim in Germany. Special Issue of Journal for Classical Sociology 17, 4.
  • Gregor Fitzi: Dialogue. Divergence. Veiled Reception. Criticism: Georg Simmel’s relationship with Émile Durkheim, in Gregor Fitzi and Nicola Marucci (eds.), Performing the Other. Durkheim in Germany. Special Issue of Journal for Classical Sociology17, 4.
  • Rosario Forlenza: The Politics of the Abendland: Christian Democracy and the Idea of Europe after the Second World War, Contemporary European History 26, 2, 261-286.
  • Rosario Forlenza and Bjørn Thomassen: Resurrections and Rebirths: How the Risorgimento Shaped Modern Italian Politics, Journal of Modern Italian Studies22, 3, 291-313.
  • Rosario Forlenza: The Enemy Within: Catholic Anti-Communism in Cold War Italy, Past and Present 235, 1, 207-242.
  • Zafer Yılmaz: The AKP and the spirit of the 'new' Turkey: imagined victim, reactionary mood, and resentful sovereign, Turkish Studies 18, 3.
  • Zafer Yılmaz (ed.): Populism and Search for New Politics, Special Issue of Mülkiye Dergisi, 41.
  • Zafer Yılmaz: Populism, People, and Democracy: Antinomies of Representative Democracy and Potentials of Radical Populism, Mülkiye Dergisi, 41, 1, 33-65.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 1 Political Economy. London: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 2 Boundaries of Inclusion and Exclusion. London: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.): The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 3 Struggle, Resistance, and Violence. London: Routledge.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner: A Political Economy of Citizenship, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 1 Political Economy. London: Routledge, 1-12.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner: Citizenship and its Boundaries, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 2 Boundaries of Inclusion and Exclusion. London: Routledge, 1-14.
  • Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner: Citizenship and Political Struggle, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 3 Struggle, Resistance, and Violence. London: Routledge, 1-14.
  • Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg: Lawyers, Economists, and Citizens. The Impact of Neo-liberal European Governance on Citizenship, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 1 Political Economy. London: Routledge, 31-45.
  • Jürgen Mackert: Why We Need a New Political Economy of Citizenship. Neo-liberalism, the Bank Crisis, and the ‘Panama Papers’, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 1 Political Economy. London: Routledge, 99-117.
  • John C. Torpey and Bryan S. Turner: Demography and Social Citizenship, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 1 Political Economy. London: Routledge, 188-203.
  • Eddie Hartmann: In the Zone of Spoiled Civil Identity. The Riots in Suburban France in 2005, in Jürgen Mackert and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Transformation of Citizenship. Vol. 3 Struggle, Resistance, and Violence. London: Routledge, 39-55.

2016