Ideas on the Move in the Social Sciences and Humanities: The International Circulation of Paradigms and Theorists

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Gisèle Sapiro, Marco Santoro, Patrick Baert
Springer Nature, 6. apr. 2020 - 405 strani
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This edited collection analyses the reception of a selection of key thinkers, and the dissemination of paradigms, theories and controversies across the social sciences and humanities since 1945. It draws on data collected from textbooks, curricula, interviews, archives, and references in scientific journals, from a broad range of countries and disciplines to provide an international and comparative perspective that will shed fresh light on the circulation of ideas in the social and human sciences.


The contributions cover high-profile disputes on methodology, epistemology, and research practices, and the international reception of theorists that have abiding and interdisciplinary relevance, such as: Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Karl Polanyi, Pierre Bourdieu, Michel Foucault, Edward Said and Gayatri Spivak. This important work will be a valuable resource to scholars of the history of ideas and the philosophy of the social sciences; in addition to researchers in the fields of social, cultural and literary theory.



 

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Introduction
1
The Circulation of Paradigms and Theories
28
The International Reception of Key Thinkers
207
Globalizing Gramsci The Resuscitation of a Repressed Intellectual
382
Index
383
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Gisèle Sapiro is Professor of Sociology at the EHESS and Research Director at the CNRS, France.

Marco Santoro is Professor of Sociology at the University of Bologna, Italy.

Patrick Baert is Professor of Social Theory at the University of Cambridge, UK.



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