1990s in sociology

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Timeline of sociology (1990s))
Jump to: navigation, search

The following events related to sociology occurred in the 1990s.




  • Theodor Adorno's Culture Industry Reconsidered is published.
  • Cornelius Castoriadis' Philosophy, Politics and Autonomy is published.
  • William H Chafe's The Unfinished Journey is published.
  • Louis Dumont's German ideology: from France to Germany and back is published and wins the European Amalfi Prize for Sociology and Social Sciences.
  • Clive Emsley's English police: a political and social history is published.
  • Ron Eyerman's and Andrew Jamison's Social movements: a cognitive approach is published.
  • Ann Game's Towards a deconstructive sociology is published.
  • Steven Goldberg's When Wish Replaces Thought: Why So Much of What You Believe Is False is published.
  • Harvie Ferguson's Religious transformation in Western society: the end of happiness is published.
  • Anthony Giddens' Modernity and Self Identity is published.
  • Donna Haraway's A Cyborg Manifesto is published.
  • Nicos Panayiotou Mouzelis's Back to Sociological Theory: The Construction of Social Orders is published.
  • Philippe Sarasin's Die Stadt der Bürger is published and wins the Bulzoni Editore Special Award.
  • Stanley Lieberson serves as president of the ASA.
  • Immanuel Wallerstein's Unthinking Social Science: The Limits of Nineteenth Century Paradigms



  • Pierre Bourdieu's and Loïc Wacquant's An invitation to Reflexive Sociology is published.
  • Fei Xiaotong's Xingxing chong xingxing 《行行重行行》 (Travel, travel, and more travel) is published.
  • Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt's Jewish civilization: the Jewish historical experience in a comparative perspective is published.
  • Stuart Hall's, David Held's and Tony Mcgrew's Modernity and its Futures is published.
  • Stuart Hall's New Ethnicites is published.
  • David Lockwood's Solidarity and schism: the problem of disorder in Durkheimian and Marxist sociology is published.
  • Niklas Luhmann's Observations of modern trends is published.
  • Sal Restivo's Mathematics in Society and History is published.
  • Richard Skellington's and Paulette Morris's (eds.) Race in Britain Today is published.
  • Carlo Triglia's Sviluppo senza autonomia: effetti perversi delle politiche nel Mezzogiorno is published.
  • James Coleman serves as president of the American Sociological Association (ASA)