Thursday, April 7, 2016

Charles Tilly. Bibliographie.

The list excludes perhaps 250 book reviews, a half-dozen edited journal issues, twenty or thirty comments, replies, and introductions to symposia in scholarly journals, a score of published interviews and dialogues published in magazines and journals, a hundred-odd prefaces and introductions to books (including sixty volumes of the Studies in Social Discontinuity published by Academic Press, then by Blackwell, between 1971 and 1992), prefaces to the review-essays in almost every issue of Sociological Forum from 1986 to 1992, a handful of opinion pieces, around 30 talks and occasional essays published in university magazines and similar periodicals, numerous reprints in readers, more than 100 papers circulated in the Working Papers of the Center for Research on Social Organization (University of Michigan), the Working Papers of the Center for Studies of Social Change (New School for Social Research) and similar series, many items that are still in press, some published verse, and possibly 50 more published articles that are translations or slightly revised versions of publications already on the list.

1.      “Civil Constitution and Counter-Revolution in Southern Anjou,” French Historical Studies 1: 172-199

2.      (with Arnold S. Feldman), “The Interaction of Social and Physical Space,” American Sociological Review 25: 877-884

3.      “Occupational Rank and Grade of Residence in a Metropolis,” American Journal of Sociology 67: 323-330
4.      “Local Conflicts in the Vendée before the Rebellion of 1793,” French Historical Studies 2: 209-231
5.      “Some Problems in the History of the Vendée,” American Historical Review 67: 19-33

6.      Recent Changes in Delaware’s Population. Newark, Delaware: Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station, DAES Bulletin No. 347
7.      “Rivalités de bourgs et conflits de partis dans les Mauges,” Revue du Bas-Poitou et des Provinces de l’Ouest, no. 4 (July-August), 3-15

8.      “The Analysis of a Counter-Revolution,” History and Theory 3: 30-58

9.      The Vendée. Cambridge: Harvard University Press; London: Edward Arnold. [Paperback editions, New York: Wiley, 1967 and Cambridge: Harvard, 1976; French edition, Paris: Arthème Fayard, 1970; Italian edition, Turin: Rosenberg & Sellier, 1976]
10.   “Reflections on the Revolutions of Paris,” Social Problems 12: 99-121

11.   Migration to an American City. Newark, Delaware: Division of Urban Affairs and School of Agriculture, University of Delaware.
12.   (with Wagner Jackson & Barry Kay) Race and Residence in Wilmington (New York: Teachers College Press)
13.   (with James Rule) Measuring Political Upheaval. Princeton: Center of International Studies, Princeton University
14.   “Metropolitan Boston’s Social Structure,” in Richard Bolan, ed., Social Structures and Human Problems in the Boston Metropolitan Area. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Joint Center for Urban Studies

15.   “In Defence of Jargon,” Canadian Historical Association Record 1966, 178-186

16.   “Anthropology on the Town,” Habitat 10: 20-25
17.   (with C. Harold Brown) “On Uprooting, Kinship, and the Auspices of Migration,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 8: 139-164
18.   “The State of Urbanization,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 10: 100-113

19.   “Race and Migration to the American City” in James Q. Wilson, ed., The Metropolitan Enigma. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

20.   “The Forms of Urbanization” in Talcott Parsons, ed., American Sociology. New York: Basic Books
21.   “Methods for the Study of Collective Violence,” in Ralph W. Conant and Molly Apple Levin, eds., Problems in Research on Community Violence. New York: Praeger
22.   “Collective Violence in European Perspective” in Hugh D. Graham & Ted R. Gurr, eds., Violence in America. Vol. I. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office [several other paperback editions; revised version of book and essay published in 1979: Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications; see also the further revision listed under 1989]

23.   “Migration to American Cities,” in Daniel Patrick Moynihan, ed., Toward a National Urban Policy. New York: Harper
24.   “Clio and Minerva” in John C. McKinney & Edward A. Tiryakian, eds., Theoretical Sociology: Perspectives and Developments. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts
25.   “The Changing Place of Collective Violence,” in Melvin Richter, ed., Essays in Theory and History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press
26.   (with Joe Feagin) “Boston’s Experiment with Rent Subsidies,” Journal of the American Institute of Planners 36: 323-329

27.   (with Edward Shorter) “The Shape of Strikes in France, 1830-1960,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 13: 60-86
28.   (with David Landes) ed. & co-author, History as Social Science. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall
29.   (with Richard Tilly) “Agenda for European Economic History in the 1970s,” Journal of Economic History 31: 184-198
30.   (with Edward Shorter) “Le déclin de la grève violente en France de 1890 à 1935,” Le Mouvement Social 76: 95-118

31.   (with James Rule) “1830 and the Un-Natural History of Revolution,” Journal of Social Issues 28: 49-76
32.   (with David Snyder) “Hardship and Collective Violence in France,” American Sociological Review 37: 520-532
33.   (with Joe Feagin & Constance Williams) Subsidizing the Poor: A Boston Housing Experiment. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath
34.   “Quantification in History, as Seen from France” in Val Lorwin & Jacob Price, eds., The Dimensions of the Past. New Haven: Yale University Press
35.   “How Protest Modernized in France, 1845 to 1855” in William Aydelotte, Allan Bogue & Robert Fogel, eds., The Dimensions of Quantitative Research in History. Princeton: Princeton University Press
36.   “The Modernization of Political Conflict in France” in Edward B. Harvey, ed., Perspectives on Modernization: Essays in Memory of Ian Weinberg. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

37.   “Does Modernization Breed Revolution?” Comparative Politics 5: 425-447
38.   “Population and Pedagogy in France,” History of Education Quarterly 13: 113-128 (with A.Q. Lodhi) “Urbanization, Criminality and Collective Violence in Nineteenth-Century France,” American Journal of Sociology 79: 296-318
39.   (with Edward Shorter) “Les vagues de grèves en France,” Annales; Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations 28: 857-887
40.   “The Chaos of the Living City,” in Herbert Hirsch & David Perry, eds., Violence as Politics. New York: Harper & Row
41.   “Do Communities Act?” Sociological Inquiry 43: 209-240
42.   “Computers in Historical Research,” Computers and the Humanities 7: 323-335

43.   An Urban World. Boston: Little, Brown
44.   (with Edward Shorter) Strikes in France, 1830-1968. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press [Spanish edition, Madrid: Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social, 1985]. Nominated for a National Book Award
45.   “Town and Country in Revolution,” in John W. Lewis, ed., Peasant Rebellion and Communist Revolution in Asia. Stanford: Stanford University Press
46.   (with Lynn Lees) “Le peuple de juin 1848,” Annales; Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations 29: 1061-1091

47.   “Revolutions and Collective Violence,” in Fred I. Greenstein & Nelson Polsby, eds., Handbook of Political Science, vol. III. Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley
48.   “Reflections on the History of European Statemaking,” “Food Supply and Public Order in Modern Europe,” and “Postscript: European Statemaking and Theories of Political Transformation,” chapters 1, 6, and 9 of Charles Tilly, ed., The Formation of National States in Western Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press [abridged Italian edition, Bologna: Il Mulino, 1984]
49.   (with Louise A. Tilly & Richard Tilly) The Rebellious Century, 1830-1930. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Spanish edition, titled El siglo rebelde, Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 1997. Croatian edition, Buntovno Stolje_e, Zagreb: Jesenkski i Turk, 2002

50.   “Rural Collective Action in Modern Europe,” in Joseph Spielberg & Scott Whiteford, eds., Forging Nations. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press
51.   “Peeping Through the Windows of the Wealthy,” Journal of Urban History 2: 131-134
52.   “Major Forms of Collective Action in Modern Europe,” Theory and Society 3: 365-375

53.   “Getting It Together in Burgundy, 1675-1975,” Theory and Society 4: 479-504
54.   “Talking Modern,” Peasant Studies 6: 66-68
55.   “Collective Action in England and America, 1765-1775,” in Richard Maxwell Brown & Don Fehrenbacher, eds., Tradition, Conflict, and Modernization: Perspectives on the American Revolution. New York: Academic Press
56.   “Introduction” to Bede K. Lackner & Kenneth Roy Philp, eds., The Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures. Essays on Modern European Revolutionary History. Austin: University of Texas Press.

57.   “Migration in Modern European History,” in William McNeill & Ruth Adams, eds., Human Migration: Patterns, Implications, Policies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press
58.   From Mobilization to Revolution. Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley [Japanese edition, Tokyo: Asahi Shobo, 1985]
59.   “The Historical Study of Vital Processes” and “Questions and Conclusions” in Charles Tilly, ed., Historical Studies of Changing Fertility. Princeton: Princeton University Press
60.   “Peasants Against Capitalism and the State,” Agricultural History 52: 407-416
61.   “Anthropology, History, and the Annales,” Review 1: 207-213.

62.   “Repertoires of Contention in America and Britain,” in Mayer N. Zald & John D. McCarthy, eds., The Dynamics of Social Movements. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Winthrop
63.   “Did the Cake of Custom Break?” in John Merriman, ed., Consciousness and Class Experience in Nineteenth-Century Europe. New York: Holmes & Meier

64.   “Historical Sociology” in Scott G. McNall & Gary N. Howe, eds., Current Perspectives in Social Theory. Vol. I. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press
65.   “Les Manchester du Nouveau Monde,” Urbi 3: 102-105
66.   “Two Callings of Social History,” Theory and Society 9: 679-681
67.   (with Louise A. Tilly) “Stalking the Bourgeois Family,” Social Science History 4: 251-260

68.   “Introduction” and “The Web of Contention in Eighteenth-Century Cities,” in Louise A. Tilly & Charles Tilly, eds., Class Conflict and Collective Action. Beverly Hills: Sage
69.   “Sinews of War,” in Per Torsvik, ed., Mobilization, Center-Periphery Structures, and Nation-Building. Bergen: Universitetsforlaget
70.   As Sociology Meets History. New York: Academic Press

71.   “Britain Creates the Social Movement,” in James Cronin & Jonathan Schneer, eds., Social Conflict and the Political Order in Modern Britain. London: Croom Helm
72.   “Charivaris, Repertoires, and Urban Politics,” in John Merriman, ed., French Cities in the Nineteenth Century. London: Hutchinson
73.   (with R.A. Schweitzer) “How London and its Conflicts Changed Shape, 1758-1834,” Historical Methods 5: 67-77
74.   “Vecchio e nuovo nella storia sociale,” Passato e Presente 1: 31-54
75.   “Routine Conflicts and Peasant Rebellions in Seventeenth-Century France,” in Robert P. Weller & Scott E. Guggenheim, eds., Power and Protest in the Countryside. Studies of Rural Unrest in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Durham: Duke University Press
76.   “Proletarianization and Rural Collective Action in East Anglia and Elsewhere, 1500-1900,” Peasant Studies 10: 5-34

77.   “Où va l’histoire?” [contribution to symposium] Le Débat (January) 182-187
78.   “Violenza e azione colletiva in Europa. Riflessioni storico-comparate” in Donatella della Porta & Gianfranco Pasquino, eds., Terrorismo e violenza politica. Tre casi a confronto: Stati Uniti, Germania e Giappone. Bologna: Il Mulino
79.   “Flows of Capital and Forms of Industry in Europe, 1500-1900,” Theory and Society 12: 123-143
80.   (with Roberto Franzosi) “A British View of American Strikes,” Industrial Relations Law Journal 5: 426-439
81.   “Karl Marx, Historian,” Michigan Quarterly Review 22: 633-642
82.   “Speaking Your Mind Without Elections, Surveys, or Social Movements,” Public Opinion Quarterly 47: 461-478

83.   “The Old New Social History and the New Old Social History,” Review 7: 363-406
84.   “Notes on Urban Images of Historians” in Lloyd Rodwin & Robert M. Hollister, eds., Cities of the Mind. Images and Themes of the City in the Social Sciences. New York: Plenum
85.   “Social Movements and National Politics” in Charles Bright & Susan Harding, eds., Statemaking and Social Movements. Essays in History and Theory. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
86.   “Les origines du répertoire de l’action collective contemporaine en France et en Grande Bretagne,” Vingtième Siècle 4: 89-108
87.   “Demographic Origins of the European Proletariat” in David Levine, ed., Proletarianization and Family Life. Orlando, Florida: Academic Press

88.   Big Structures, Large Processes, Huge Comparisons. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Selected by Choice as one of its “Outstanding Academic Books of 1984-1985”. Spanish edition, Madrid: Alianza, 1991
89.   “War and the Power of Warmakers in Western Europe and Elsewhere” in Peter Wallensteen, Johan Galtung & Carlos Portales, eds., Global Militarization. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press
90.   “De Londres (1768) à Paris (1788)” in Jean Nicolas, ed., Mouvements populaires et conscience sociale. XVIe-XIXe siècles. Paris: Maloine
91.   “Retrieving European Lives” in Olivier Zunz, ed., Reliving the Past. The Worlds of Social History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press
92.   “War Making and State Making as Organized Crime” In Peter Evans, Dietrich Rueschemeyer & Theda Skocpol, eds., Bringing the State Back In. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
93.   “Connecting Domestic and International Conflicts, Past and Present” in Urs Luterbacher & Michael D. Ward, eds., Dynamic Models of International Conflict. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers
94.   “Neat Analyses of Untidy Processes,” International Labor and Working Class History 27: 4-19
95.   “Models and Realities of Popular Collective Action,” Social Research 52: 717-747; French (actually original) version: “Action collective et mobilisation individuelle” in Pierre Birnbaum & Jean Leca, eds., Sur l’individualisme. Paris: Presses de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1987; Italian version: “Modelli e realtà dell’azione collettiva popolare,” in Jean Cohen et al., I nuovi movimenti sociali (Milan: Franco Angeli, 1988)

96.   “The Tyranny of Here and Now,” Sociological Forum 1: 179-188
97.   The Contentious French. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. French version: La France Conteste. Paris: Arthème Fayard, published simultaneously. Italian version: La Francia in Rivolta. Naples: La Guida, 1990. Chinese language version, Taipei: Rye Fields Publishing, 1999
98.   “European Violence and Collective Action since 1700,” Social Research 53: 159-184
99.   “Since Gilgamesh,” Social Research 53: 391-410
100.          “Writing Wrongs in Sociology,” Sociological Forum 1: 543-552
101.          “Space for Capital, Space for States,” Theory and Society 15: 301-309

102.          “Scioperi e conflitti sociali in Europa” (contribution to symposium), Passato e Presente 12: 12-17
103.          “The Analysis of Popular Collective Action,” European Journal of Operational Research 30: 223-229
104.          “GBS + GCL = ?” Connections 10: 94-105
105.          “Family History, Social History, and Social Change,” Journal of Family History 12: 319-330 and in Tamara Hareven and Andrejs Plakans, eds., Family History at the Crossroads. Princeton: Princeton University Press
106.          “Shrugging Off the Nineteenth-Century Incubus,” in Jan Berting and Wim Blockmans, eds., Beyond Progress and Development. Aldershot: Avebury
107.          “Formalization and Quantification in Historical Analysis,” in Konrad H. Jarausch and Wilhelm Schröder, eds., Quantitative History of Society and Economy: Some International Studies. St. Katharinen: Scripta Mercaturae Verlag

108.          “Misreading, Then Re-Reading, Nineteenth-Century Social Change,” in Barry Wellman and S.D. Berkowitz, eds., Social Structures: A Network Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
109.          “Social Movements, Old and New,” in Louis Kriesberg, Bronislaw Misztal and Janusz Mucha, eds., Social Movements as a Factor of Change in the Contemporary World. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, vol. 10
110.          (with Mark Granovetter) “Inequality and Labor Processes,” in Neil J. Smelser, ed., Handbook of Sociology. Newbury Park, California: Sage
111.          “Solidary Logics: Conclusions,” Theory and Society 17: 451-458 (special issue on Solidary Logics co-edited with Michael Hanagan)
112.          “Future History,” Theory and Society 17: 703-712 and in Stephen Kendrick, Pat Straw & David McCrone, eds., Interpreting the Past, Understanding the Present. London: Macmillan, 1990

113.          “State and Counterrevolution in France,” Social Research 56: 71-97 and in Ferenc Fehér, ed.,
114.          The French Revolution and the Birth of Modernity. Berkeley: University of California Press,

115.          “The Geography of European Statemaking and Capitalism since 1500,” in Eugene Genovese and Leonard Hochberg, eds., Geographic Perspectives in History. Oxford: Blackwell.
116.          “Gerarchie spaziali, mutamento economico, formazione degli Stati,” in Franco Andreucci and Alessandra Pescarolo, eds., Gli spazi del potere. Florence: Istituto Ernesto Ragionieri
117.          “Theories and Realities” and “Introduction [to Part IV]” in Leopold Haimson and Charles Tilly, eds., Strikes, Wars, and Revolutions in an International Perspective. Strike Waves in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
118.          “Collective Violence in European Perspective,” in Ted Robert Gurr, ed., Violence in America. Volume 2. Protest, Rebellion, Reform. Newbury Park: Sage. (Greatly revised version of 1969 and 1979 paper of same title.)
119.          “History, Sociology and Dutch Collective Action,” Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis 15: 142-157
120.          “Tkacze, Kopacze i Egzegeci w Historii Spolecznej,” Historyka 19: 33-45; Polish version of “Linkers, Diggers, and Glossers in Social History,” CSSC [Center for Studies of Social Change, New School for Social Research] Working Paper 26, 1986
121.          “Cities and States in Europe,” Theory and Society 18: 563-584 (co-edited with Philip E. Tetlock et al.), Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War, Volume I. New York: Oxford University Press

122.          Coercion, Capital, and European States, A.D. 990-1990. Oxford: Blackwell. Revised paperback version, 1992. Selected as a Choice outstanding academic book, 1990-91. Italian edition (title: L’Oro et la spada) Florence: Ponte alle Grazie, 1991. French edition (title Contrainte et capital dans la Formation de l’Europe), Paris: Aubier, 1992. Spanish edition (Coerción, capital y los Estados europeos), Madrid: Alianza, 1992. Korean edition, Seoul: IPS, 1994. Portuguese edition, São Paulo: Editora da Universidade de São Paulo, 1996. Turkish edition, Ankara: Imge Kitaveni, 2001. Chinese edition, Shanghai People’s Publishing House 2007, Greek version forthcoming from Kyromanos Press, in 2008
123.          “Transplanted Networks,” in Virginia Yans-McLaughlin, ed., Immigration Reconsidered. History, Sociology, and Politics. New York: Oxford University Press
124.          “How (and What) Are Historians Doing?” American Behavioral Scientist 33: 685-711 and in David Easton & Corinne S. Schelling, eds., Divided Knowledge Across Disciplines, Across Cultures. Newbury Park: Sage, 1991
125.          “George Caspar Homans and the Rest of Us,” Theory and Society 19: 261-268

126.          “Changing Forms of Revolution,” in E.E. Rice, ed., Revolution and Counter-Revolution. Oxford: Basil Blackwell
127.          “War and State Power,” Middle East Report 21, no. 171 (July/August), 38-40
128.          “Domination, Resistance, Compliance . . . Discourse,” Sociological Forum 6: 593-602
129.          “Ethnic Conflict in the Soviet Union,” Theory and Society 20: 569-580
130.          “Police, Etat, contestation,” Cahiers de la sécurité intérieure 7: 13-18
131.          (co-edited with Philip E. Tetlock, et al.) Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War, Volume II. New York: Oxford University Press

132.          “Where Do Rights Come From?” in Lars Mjøset, ed., Contributions to the Comparative Study of Development. Oslo: Institute for Social Research
133.          “War in History,” Sociological Forum 7: 187-197
134.          “Réclamer Viva Voce,” Cultures et Conflits 5: 109-126
135.          “Conclusions” in Leopold Haimson & Giulio Sapelli, eds., Strikes, Social Conflict and the First World War. An International Perspective. Milan: Feltrinelli. Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Annali 1990/1991
136.          “Prisoners of the State,” International Social Science Journal 44: 329-342
137.          (with Louise A. Tilly & Richard Tilly) “European Economic and Social History in the 1990s,” Journal of European Economic History 20: 645-672
138.          “The Europe of Columbus and Bayazid,” Middle East Report 22, no. 178 (September/October), 2-5
139.          “L’Amérique en Théorie,” in Christine Fauré & Tom Bishop, eds., L’Amérique des Français. Paris: François Bourin
140.          “K cemu je dobra historie mesta?” Sociologicky casopis (Prague) 28: 437-450
141.          “Cities, Bourgeois, and Revolution in France,” in M’hammed Sabour, ed., Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité. Bicentenaire de la Grande Révolution Française. Joensuu, Finland: Joensuun Yliopisto. University of Joensuu Publications in Social Sciences, 14
142.          “Stein Rokkans begrepsmessige kart over Europa,” in Bernt Hagtvet, ed., Politikk mellom økonomi og kultur. Stein Rokkan som politisk sosiolog og forskningsinspirator. Oslo: Ad Notam Gylendal
143.          “Futures of European States,” Social Research 59: 705-717
144.          “Conflitto sociale,” Enciclopedia delle Scienze Sociali II: 259-270; English version available as “Social Conflict,” CSSC Working Paper 43, 1988

145.          “The Bourgeois Gentilshommes of Revolutionary Theory,” Contention 2: 153-158
146.          European Revolutions, 1492-1992. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Italian version: Laterza 1993. German version: Beck 1993. French version: Seuil 1993. Spanish version: Critica 1995. Turkish version: Yayincilik A.S. 1995. Portuguese version: Presença 1996. Greek version, Ellenika Grammata 1998
147.          “Contentious Repertoires in Great Britain, 1758-1834,” Social Science History 17: 253-280, and pp. 15-42 in Mark Traugott, ed., Repertoires and Cycles of Collective Action (Durham: Duke University Press, 1995)
148.          “Cambio social y revolución en Europa: 1492-1992,” Historia Social 15: 71-100
149.          “National Self-Determination as a Problem for All of Us,” Daedalus 122: 29-36
150.          “Blanding In,” Sociological Forum 8: 497-506
151.          “Changing States, Changing Struggles,” South African Sociological Review 5: 1-13
152.          “The Long Run of European State Formation,” pp. 137-150 in Wim Blockmans & Jean-Philippe Genet, eds., Visions sur le développement des Etats européens. Théories et historiographies de l’Etat moderne. Rome: Ecole Française de Rome
153.          (co-edited with Philip E. Tetlock et al.) Behavior, Society, and International Conflict, Volume III. New York: Oxford University Press

154.          “Stratification and Inequality,” pp. 723-728 in Peter N. Stearns, ed., Encyclopedia of Social History. New York: Garland
155.          “States and Nationalism in Europe 1492-1992,” Theory and Society 23: 131-146
156.          “Collective Violence in Early Modern Europe,” in Giorgio Chittolini, ed., Two Thousand Years of Warfare. Danbury, Connecticut: Grolier
157.          “History and Sociological Imagining,” Tocqueville Review 15: 57-74, and in Kai Erikson, ed., Sociological Visions (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997)
158.          (with Chris Tilly) “Capitalist Work and Labor Markets,” in Neil J. Smelser & Richard Swedberg, eds., Handbook of Economic Sociology (Russell Sage Foundation & Princeton University Press)
159.          “Social Movements as Historically Specific Clusters of Political Performances,” Berkeley Journal of Sociology 38 (1993-94): 1-30
160.          “The Time of States,” Social Research 61: 269-295
161.          “Entanglements of European Cities and States,” in Charles Tilly & Wim Blockmans, eds., Cities and the Rise of States in Europe, AD 1000-1800. Boulder: Westview Press. History Book Club Alternative Selection, 1995
162.          (with Eiko Ikegami) “State Formation and Contention in Japan and France,” in James L. McClain, John M. Merriman & Ugawa Kaoru, eds., Edo and Paris. Urban Life and the State in the Early Modern Era. Ithaca: Cornell University Press
163.          “Afterword: Political Memories in Space and Time,” in Jonathan Boyarin, ed., Remapping Memory. The Politics of TimeSpace. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
164.          “In Search of Revolution,” Theory and Society 23: 799-803
165.          “Softcore Solipsism,” Labour/Le Travail 34: 259-268

166.          “Globalization Threatens Labor’s Rights,” International Labor and Working Class History 47: 1-23, plus responses from Immanuel Wallerstein, Aristide Zolberg, Eric Hobsbawm, and Lourdes Benería, followed by Tilly reply, 24-55
167.          “Stein Rokkan et les Identités Politiques,” Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 2: 27-45
168.          “To Explain Political Processes,” American Journal of Sociology 100: 1594-1610
169.          “State-Incited Violence, 1900-1999” and “The (Non-Violent) Discussion Continues” plus commentaries by Harriet Friedmann, Michael Barnett & Timothy Wickham-Crowley, Political Power and Social Theory 9: 161-225
170.          Popular Contention in Great Britain, 1758-1834. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
171.          “Democracy is a Lake,” in George Reid Andrews & Herrick Chapman, eds., The Social Construction of Democracy. New York: New York University Press; Basingstoke: Macmillan
172.          “Macrosociology Past and Future,” Newsletter of the Comparative & Historical Section, American Sociological Association, 8: 1, 3, 4
173.          “Citizenship, Identity and Social History,” and “The Emergence of Citizenship in France and Elsewhere,” in Charles Tilly, ed., Citizenship, Identity and Social History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. International Review of Social History Supplement 3, published as journal issue and as separate volume

174.          “Contention and the Urban Poor in Latin America,” in Silvia Arrom & Servando Ortoll, eds., Riots in the Cities: Popular Politics and the Urban Poor in Latin America, 1765-1910. New York: Scholarly Resources
175.          (with Doug McAdam & Sidney Tarrow) “To Map Contentious Politics,” Mobilization 1: 17-34; French version, “Pour une cartographie de la politique contestataire,” Politix 41 (1998), 7-32
176.          “Rich Göran’s Almanac,” Arkiv för Studier i Arbetarrörelsens Historia 66: 55-57
177.          “What Good is Urban History?” Journal of Urban History 22: 702-719
178.          “Why Birth Rates Fell,” Population and Development Review 22: 557-562
179.          “The State of Nationalism,” Critical Review 10: 299-306
180.          “Invisible Elbow,” Sociological Forum 11: 589-601
181.          “Donald Levine, Henry Petroski, and Boutros Boutros-Ghali,” Sociological Forum 11: 669-673
182.          “Répertoires de la violence,” Regards Sociologiques 12: 3-8

183.          “Means and Ends of Comparison in Macrosociology,” Comparative Social Research 16: 43-53
184.          “How Empires End,” in Karen Barkey & Mark von Hagen, eds., After Empire. Multiethnic Societies and Nation-Building. Boulder: Westview
185.          “Kings in Beggars’ Raiment,” Mobilization 2: 107-112
186.          “Parliamentarization of Popular Contention in Great Britain, 1758-1834,” Theory and Society 26: 245-273
187.          (with Doug McAdam & Sidney Tarrow) “Toward An Integrated Perspective on Social Movements and Revolution,” in Mark Lichbach & Alan Zuckerman, eds., Ideals, Interests, and Institutions: Advancing Theory in Comparative Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Electronic draft version in Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
188.          “A Primer on Citizenship,” Theory and Society 26: 599-602
189.          Roads from Past to Future. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield
190.          “Contentious Politics and Social Change,” African Studies 56: 51-65
191.          “James S. Coleman as a Guide to Social Research,” American Sociologist 28: 82-87

192.          (with Chris Tilly) Work Under Capitalism. Boulder: Westview Press. Korean edition 2006, Hanul Publishing Co.
193.          Durable Inequality. Berkeley: University of California Press. Spanish-language edition 2000, Buenos Aires: Manantial; Swedish edition 2000, Lund: Arkiv förlag
194.          “Democracy, Social Change, and Economies in Transition,” in Joan M. Nelson, Charles Tilly & Lee Walker, eds., Transforming Post-Communist Political Economies. Washington: National Academy Press
195.          “Where Do Rights Come From?” in Theda Skocpol, ed., Democracy, Revolution, and History. Ithaca: Cornell University Press (revised version of 1992 paper, same title)
196.          “Social Movements and (All Sorts of) Other Political Interactions -- Local, National, and International -- Including Identities. Several Divagations from a Common Path, Beginning With British Struggles Over Catholic Emancipation, 1780-1829, and Ending With Contemporary Nationalism,” Theory and Society 27: 453-480
197.          (co-edited with Marco G. Giugni & Doug McAdam) From Contention to Democracy. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield
198.          “Micro, Macro, or Megrim?” in Jürgen Schlumbohm, ed., Mikrogeschichte – Makrogeschichte: komplementär oder inkommensurabel?, (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag; Göttinger Gespräche zur Geschichtswissenschaft, vol 7)
199.          “International Communities, Secure or Otherwise,” in Emanuel Adler and Michael Barnett, eds., Security Communities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
200.          “Counterrevolution,” in The Encyclopedia of Political Revolutions (Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly), 119-120
201.          “Political Identities,” in Michael P. Hanagan, Leslie Page Moch, and Wayne te Brake, eds., Challenging Authority. The Historical Study of Contentious Politics. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
202.          “Westphalia and China,” keynote address, Conference on Westphalia and Beyond, Enschede, Netherlands, July 1998; electronic version in Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
203.          “Regimes and Contention,” working paper; electronic version in Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
204.          “Contentious Conversation,” Social Research 65: 491-510
205.          “Of Rivers and Social Change,” in Roxanne Friedenfels, ed., Social Change. An Anthology. Dix Hills, New York: General Hall

206.          “Why Worry About Citizenship?” in Michael P. Hanagan & Charles Tilly, eds., Expanding Citizenship, Reconfiguring States. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield
207.          “The Trouble with Stories,” in Ronald Aminzade & Bernice Pescosolido, eds., The Social Worlds of Higher Education. Handbook for Teaching in a New Century. Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge Press
208.          “Conflicto político y cambio social,” in Pedro Ibarra & Benjamin Tejerina, eds., Los movimientos sociales, Transformaciones políticas y cambio cultural. Madrid: Trotta
209.          “Wise Quacks,” Sociological Forum 14: 55-62
210.          “Power – Top Down and Bottom Up,” Journal of Political Philosophy 7: 330-352
211.          “Now Where?” epilogue to George Steinmetz, ed., State/Culture: State-Formation after the Cultural Turn. Ithaca: Cornell University Press
212.          “From Interactions to Outcomes in Social Movements,” in Marco Giugni, Doug McAdam & Charles Tilly, eds. How Social Movements Matter. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; Chinese translation [of book] forthcoming from Jilin People Press, Beijing
213.          “Durable Inequality,” in Phyllis Moen, Donna Dempster-McClain & Henry Walker, eds., A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society, Cornell University Press
214.          “A Grand Tour of Exotic Landes,” American Historical Review 104: 1253-1257

215.          “Chain Migration and Opportunity Hoarding,” in Janina W. Dacyl & Charles Westin, eds., Governance of Cultural Diversity. Stockholm: CEIFO [Centre for Research in International Migration and Ethnic Relations]
216.          “La guerre et la construction de l’Etat en tant que crime organisé,” Politix 49: 97-122
217.          “Processes and Mechanisms of Democratization,” Sociological Theory 18: 1-16
218.          “Errors, Durable and Otherwise,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 42: 487-493
219.          “Violence Viewed and Reviewed,” Social Research 76, no. 3 (Fall), iii-vii. Introduction to Charles Tilly, ed., “Violence” (entire issue)
220.          “How Do Relations Store Histories?” Annual Review of Sociology 26: 721-723
221.          “Spaces of Contention,” Mobilization 5: 135-160
222.          “Relational Studies of Inequality,” Contemporary Sociology 29: 782-785
223.          “Struggle, Democratization, and Political Transformation” in Waltraud Schelkle, Wolf-Hagen Krauth, Martin Kohli & Georg Elwert, eds., Paradigms of Social Change: Modernization, Development, Transformation, Evolution. Frankfurt and New York: Campus Verlag and St. Martin’s

224.          “Iron City Blues” [review-essay], History and Theory 40: 128-134
225.          “Do Unto Others,” in Marco Giugni & Florence Passy, eds., Political Altruism? The Solidarity Movement in International Perspective. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield
226.          “Democracy” (vol. 2), “Collective Action” (vol. 3) and “Social Class” (vol. 3) in Peter N. Stearns, ed., Encyclopedia of European Social History. New York: Scribner’s, 6 vols
227.          “Mechanisms in Political Processes,” Annual Review of Political Science 4: 21-41
228.          (with Doug McAdam & Sidney Tarrow), Dynamics of Contention. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Spanish version, Barcelona: Hacer, 2005; Chinese version, Shanghai: Yilin Press, 2006
229.          (with Jack A. Goldstone) “Threat (and Opportunity): Popular Action and State Response in the Dynamics of Contentious Action,” in Ronald Aminzade et al. co-authors, Silence and Voice in Contentious Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
230.          “Past and Future Inequalities,” Hagar 2: 5-18
231.          “Welcome to the Seventeenth Century,” in Paul DiMaggio, ed., The Twenty-First Century Firm.
232.          Changing Economic Organization in International Perspective. Princeton University Press
233.          “Anthropology Confronts Inequality” (pp. 299-306) and “Relational Origins of Inequality,” (pp. 355-372) in Charles Tilly, ed., special issue on inequality, Anthropological Theory, vol. 1, no. 3
234.          “Historical Analysis of Political Processes,” in Jonathan H. Turner, ed., Handbook of Sociological Theory (New York: Kluwer/Plenum)
235.          “Historical Sociology” International Encyclopedia of the Behavioral and Social Sciences (Amsterdam: Elsevier). Vol. 10, 6753-6757
236.          “Justice and Categorical Inequality” [review-essay], Theory, Culture, and Society 18: 129-133

237.          “Neuere angloamerikanische Sozialgeschichte,” in Günther Lottes & Joachim Eibach, eds., Kompass der Geschichtswissenschaft. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
238.          “Fernand Braudel Faces the State,” in Persian-language edition of Fernand Braudel, Afterthoughts on Material Civilization and Capitalism. Tehran: Nashre Dikar
239.          “Violent and Nonviolent Trajectories in Contentious Politics,” in Kenton Worcester, Sally Bermanzohn & Mark Ungar, eds., Violence and Politics: Globalization’s Paradox (New York: Routledge)
240.          “Event Catalogs as Theories,” Sociological Theory 20: 248-254
241.          “Violence, Terror, and Politics as Usual,” Boston Review 27, nos. 3-4: 21-24
242.          “Violence: Public,” International Encyclopedia of the Behavioral and Social Sciences (Amsterdam: Elsevier) Vol. 24, 16206-16211
243.          “Westfalia e Cina: un ragionamento controfattuale,” Quaderni di Scienza Politica 9: 211-220
244.          Stories, Identities, and Political Change. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield
245.          “Buried Gold” [comment], American Sociological Review 67: 689-692
246.          “Grossdimensionale Gewalt als konfliktive Politik,” in Wilhelm Heitmeyer & John Hagan, eds., Internationales Handbuch der Gewaltforschung. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag
247.          “Progress and Contentious Politics,” in C. Leigh Anderson & Janet W. Looney, eds., Rethinking Progress and Human Development. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books
248.          “Violència, terror i política,” L’Espill 2d series, no. 12: 17-27

249.          “When Do (and Don’t) Social Movements Promote Democratization?” in Pedro Ibarra, ed., Social Movements and Democracy. New York: Palgrave
250.          “Armed Force, Regimes, and Contention in Europe since 1650,” in Diane E. Davis & Anthony W. Pereira, eds., Irregular Armed Forces and Their Role in Politics and State Formation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
251.          (with Lesley Wood) “Contentious Connections in Great Britain, 1828-1834,” in Mario Diani & Doug McAdam, eds., Social Movements and Networks. Relational Approaches to Collective Action. New York: Oxford University Press
252.          “Changing Forms of Inequality” Sociological Theory 21: 31-36
253.          “Inequality, Democratization, and De-Democratization,” Sociological Theory 21: 37-43
254.          “Agendas for Students of Social Movements,” in Jack A. Goldstone, ed., States, Parties, and Social Movements. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
255.          The Politics of Collective Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Czech translation, Prague: SLON, 2006; Chinese translation, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2006; Spanish translation, Barcelona: Hacer, 2007, Turkish translation forthcoming from Phoenix Yayinevi
256.          “Political Identities in Changing Polities,” Social Research 70: 1301-1315
257.          “Contention over Space and Place,” Mobilization 8: 221-226
258.          “Afterword: Borges and Brass” in Jeffrey K. Olick, ed, States of Memory. Continuities, Conflicts, and Transformations in National Retrospection. Durham: Duke University Press
259.          “Unequal Knowledge,” Graduate Researcher. Journal for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 1: 11-17
260.          “L’Analyse historique des processus politiques” [French version of 2001 chapter in Handbook of Sociological Theory] in Pascale Laborier & Danny Trom, eds., Historicités de l’Action Publique. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France
261.          “Foreword,” to Quintan Wiktorowicz, ed., Islamic Activism. A Social Movement Theory Approach. Bloomington:Indiana University Press
262.          “Large-Scale Violence as Contentious Politics,” in Wilhelm Heitmeyer & John Hagan, eds., International Handbook of Violence Research (Dordrecht: Kluwer)
263.          “Priorities for Research on Conflict in Multiethnic Countries,” in Robert McC. Adams & Glenn E. Schweitzer, eds., Conflict and Reconstruction in Multiethnic Societies. Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop. Washington: National Academies Press
264.          (with Valery Tishkov, Stathis Kalyvas, Mark Beissinger, Viktor Bocharov, Lev Gudkov, and Larissa Khoperskaya) “Priorities for Research on Collective Violence,” in Robert McC. Adams & Glenn E. Schweitzer, eds., Conflict and Reconstruction in Multiethnic Societies. Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop. Washington: National Academies Press

265.          Contention and Democracy in Europe, 1650-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Russian version, Moscow: Olimp-Biznes, 2007; Spanish version, Barcelona: Hacer, 2008; Italian translation forthcoming from Mondadori, Chinese translation from Shanghai People’s Publishing House
266.          Social Movements, 1768-2004. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers. Selected by Choice as one of its “Outstanding Academic Books of 2004-2005”; Spanish and Catalan translations forthcoming from Hacer, Turkish from Babil Yayinlari, Greek from A&S Savalas, Arabic from National Translation Project, Egypt, and Chinese from Shanghai People’s Publishing House
267.          “Terror, Terrorism, Terrorists,” Sociological Theory 22: 5-13
268.          “Social Boundary Mechanisms,” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 34: 211-236
269.          “Trust and Rule,” Theory and Society 33: 1-30
270.          “Social Movements and Democratisation,” in Anna-Maija Castrén, Markku Lonkila & Matti Peltonen, eds., Between Sociology and History. Essays on Microhistory, Collective Action, and Nation-Building. Helsinki: SKS/Finnish Literature Society
271.          “Rhetoric, Social History, and Contentious Politics: Reply to Critics,” International Review of Social History 49, part I: 132-142
272.          “Conclusiones, La disensión politica y los pobres en América Latina, siglos xviii y xix” and “Lecturas recomendadas” in Silvia M. Arrom & Servando Ortoll, eds., Revuelta en las Ciudades. Politicas populares en América Latina. Mexico City: Biblioteca de Signos
273.          “Reasons Why,” Sociological Theory 22: 445-454
274.          “Social Movements Enter the Twenty-first Century,” Il Dubbio 5: 31-54
275.          “Regimes and Contention” in Fredrik Engelstad & Øyvind Østerud, eds., Power and Democracy. Critical Interventions. Aldershot: Ashgate
276.          “Foreword” in Joe Bandy & Jackie Smith, eds., Coalitions Across Borders. Transnational Protest and the Neoliberal Order. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield
277.          “Observations of Social Processes and their Formal Representations,” Sociological Theory 22: 595-602
278.          “Contentious Choices,” Theory and Society 33: 473-481. Conclusion to Maria Kousis & Charles Tilly, eds., special issue on “Contentious Politics and Social Change”
279.          “Past, Present, and Future Globalizations,” in Gita Steiner-Khamsi, ed., The Global Politics of Educational Borrowing and Lending (Teachers College Press)
280.          “L’Ingresso dei movimenti sociali nel ventunesimo secolo,” Quaderni di Scienza Politica 11, n.s. 4: 201-240
281.          “Itinerários em análise sociológica,” Tempo Social. Número especial, Sociologia Econômica 299-302
282.          “Organizaciones violentas,” Sociedad y Economía (Cali, Colombia) 7: 17-24

283.          “Repression, Mobilization, and Explanation” in Christian Davenport, Hank Johnston & Carol Mueller, eds., Repression and Mobilization. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
284.          (with Maria Kousis) “Introduction: Economic and Political Contention in Comparative Perspective” and (solo) “Conclusion: An Opportunity to Speak,” both in Maria Kousis & Charles Tilly, eds., Economic and Political Contention in Comparative Perspective. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers; Greek translation forthcoming from Epikentro
285.          “‘La democratizión mediante la lucha,” Sociológica. Acción colectiva y sociabilidad politica 20: 35-60
286.          “Ouvrir le ‘répertoire d’action’,” Vacarme 31: 21-22
287.          “Regimes and Contention” in Thomas Janoski, Robert R. Alford, Alexander M. Hicks & Mildred A. Schwartz, eds., The Handbook of Political Sociology. States, Civil Societies, and Globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
288.          “Terror as Strategy and Relational Process,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 46: 11-32
289.          Trust and Rule. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Spanish version forthcoming from Amorrortu Editores España
290.          Identities, Boundaries, and Social Ties. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers; Chinese version forthcoming from Shanghai People’s Publishing House
291.          Popular Contention in Great Britain, 1758-1834. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers; revised paperback edition of 1995 book
292.          “Joseph Strayer Revisited,” preface for Princeton Classic Edition of Joseph R. Strayer, On the Medieval Origins of the Modern State. Princeton: Princeton University Press
293.          “Invention, Diffusion, and Transformation of the Social Movement Repertoire,” European Review of History/Revue européenne d’histoire 12: 287-300
294.          “Historical Perspectives on Inequality” in Mary Romero & Eric Margolis, eds., The Blackwell Companion to Social Inequalities. Oxford: Blackwell
295.          “Rethinking Inequalities,” Polish Sociological Review 3: 207-220
296.          “Los movimientos sociales entran en el siglo veintiuno,” Politica y Sociedad [Madrid] 42: 11-35

297.          “In Memoriam: Barrington Moore, Jr.,” Canadian Journal of Sociology Online, January-June 2006
298.          Why? Princeton: Princeton University Press; Italian version Rizzoli 2007, Turkish version from Detay Yayincilik
299.          (with Robert Goodin, eds. and co-authors) Oxford Handbook of Contextual Political Analysis. Oxford: Oxford University Press
300.          “Homage to Homans,” foreword to A. Javier Treviño, ed., George Homans: History, Theory, and Method. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers
301.          (with Sidney Tarrow) “How Political Identities Work” [Greek Version], Hellenic Political Science Review 27: 43-70
302.          “Toppling Papa,” Comparative & Historical Sociology. Newsletter of the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology Section, 17: 2-4
303.          (with Sidney Tarrow) Contentious Politics. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers; Italian translation forthcoming from Bruno Mondadori
304.          Regimes and Repertoires. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
305.          “Afterword: Political Ethnography as Art and Science,” Qualitative Sociology 29: 409-412; reprinted in Lauren Joseph, Matthew Mahler & Javier Auyero, eds., New Perspectives in Political Ethnography (New York: Springer, 2007)
306.          (with Viviana A. Zelizer) “Relations and Categories” in Arthur Markman and Brian Ross, eds., Categories in Use. The Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Advances in Research and Theory, Volume 47 Amsterdam: Elsevier
307.          “Let Me Give You Reasons Why: Reply to Critics in Review Symposium,” Qualitative Sociology 29: 565-570
308.          “WUNC” in Jeffrey T. Schnapp & Matthew Tiews, eds., Crowds. Stanford: Stanford University Press
309.          “O acesso desigual ao conhecimento cientifico,” Tempo Social [São Paulo] 18, no. 2: 47-64
310.          “Un’altra prospettiva sulle convenzioni,” Sociologia del Lavoro 104: 224-235
311.          “Systems, Dispositions, and Transactions in Social Analysis” in Rachel Beatty Riedl, Sada Aksartova & Kristine Mitchell, eds., Bridging Disciplines, Spanning the World. Approaches to Inequality, Identity, and Institutions. Princeton: Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.

312.          “Trust Networks in Transnational Migration,” Sociological Forum 22: 3-25
313.          Democracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Russian version, Institute for Public Projects, Moscow, 2007; Turkish version forthcoming from Imge Kitabevi Yayinarli, Chinese version to be co-published by Cambridge and Shanghai People’s Publishing House; Italian version forthcoming from Il Mulino; Korean version forthcoming from Strategy and Culture Publishing;

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