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Ansart, Pierre (1967). Sociologie de Proudhon. Paris: Presses universitaires de France.

  • <–This is one of the best books on Proudhon I’ve yet found. Eye-opening, especially the chapter on Proudhon’s sociology of knowledge.

– – – (1969). Marx et l’anarchisme: essai sur les sociologies de Saint-Simon, Proudhon et Marx. Paris: Presses universitaires de France.

Barbedette, Léon (1934). En marge de l’action: recherche sociologique. Limoges: La Fraternité universitaire.

  • <–Reprinted Paris, 1935 as En marge de l’action: recherches sociologiques, by Groupe de propagande par la broch.

Bouglé, Célestin Charles Alfred (1979). La sociologie de Proudhon. New York: Arno Press.

– – – (2010). “On Humanizing Abstractions: The Path Beyond Fanon.” Theory, Culture & Society 27.7-8: 52-65.

– – – (2009). Anarchy as Order: The History and Future of Civic Humanity. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

– – – (2007). Of Death and Dominion: The Existential Foundations of Governance. Northwestern University Press.

– – – (2001). “Chaos and the Conduits of Understanding.” Social Semiotics 11.1: 5-21.

– – – (1998). “Sociology, civil society, and the unbound world.” Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 23.2-3: 179-193.

  • <– Abstract: “The social origins of sociology are rooted in urban modernity, and specifically in civil society. Such a point of origins occasioned the growth of totalistic systems of social representation, which culminated in the modern state. The two contexts sealed sociology’s role as a sort of bridge between civil society and the state or, more generally, between traditions of prosaic social communities and those of applied, action-oriented systematicity. The paper argues that modern processes of globalization have reshuffled the cards, as civil society has become more globalized and less beholden to state jurisdiction, and as the state has increasingly become less competent as an agent of strategic action in a world typified by globalization. This particular impasse has become detrimental to sociology, since it caused the relocation of its addressees away from the communicative bridges that have linked them since the inception of modernity.”

Callejas, Liberto (1947). “Las ideas anarquistas en la sociología.” Tierra y Libertad 4.64: 1.

Canales Sánchez, José Antonio (2009). Review of Raúl Ruano Bellido, Sociología y anarquismo: análisis de una cultura política de resistencia. Bicel: Boletín interno de la Fundación de Estudios Libertarios Anselmo Lorenzo 19: 8-9.

Colson, Daniel (1986). Anarcho-syndicalisme et communisme, St-Etienne, 1920-25. St-Etienne: Université de St-Etienne.

– – – (2001). Petit lexique philosophique de l’anarchisme : de Proudhon à Deleuze. Paris: Librairie Générale Française.

– – – (2004). Trois essais de philosophie anarchiste: Islam, histoire, monadologie. Paris: Editions Léo Scheer.

Corcuff, Philippe (2019). “De la posible renovación de la teoría crítica en Francia, entre desventuras académicas y tensiones Bourdieu/Rancière.” Revista de Ciencias Sociales 32.44: 61-80.

  • <– Abstract: “The historical link in significant sectors of social sciences between social criticism and emancipation seems at risk, in the academic and political fields, quite particularly in France today. It is from these stakes that takes shape the perspective of a comprehensive-pragmatic reconfiguration of a critical theory with emancipators supports in social sciences. For that purpose, are alternately envisaged certain current academic misadventures of relationships between sociological criticism and emancipation, and then the tensions between Pierre Bourdieu’s critical sociology and Jacques Rancière’s philosophy of emancipation. Alfredo Errandonea’s sociology, drawing from an anarchistic inspiration, is used as a resource in this case.”

– – – (2015). “Prégnance de l’essentialisme dans les discours publics autour de l’islam dans la France postcoloniale” Confluences Méditerranée 4: 119-130.

– – – (2015). “Antinomies et analogies comme outils transversaux en sociologie: en partant de Proudhon et de Passeron.” SociologieS. n.p.

  • <– Abstract (edited): “This paper proposes the notions of ‘antinomies’ and ‘the balancing of opposites’ (Pierre-Joseph Proudhon), then of ‘analogies’ (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Paul Ricœur and Jean-Claude Passeron), as transversal tools for sociology in dialogue with philosophy’s ‘knowledge-game.’ Three dimensions of sociology’s ‘knowledge-game’ are then explored by means of these tools: the ontological, the epistemological, and the theoretical. This reflexive and forward-looking investigation joins in the reconstruction of global frameworks in the social sciences, avoiding both the arrogance of totality and ‘postmodern’ dispersal.

Ehrlich, Carol (1975). The Conditions of Feminist Research. Research Group One Report No. 21. Baltimore: Research group one.

Ehrlich, Howard J. (1977). Anarchism and Formal Organizations: Some Notes on the Sociological Study of Organizations from an Anarchist Perspective. Baltimore: Vacant Lots Press.

– – – (1991). “Notes from an Anarchist Sociologist.” Social Anarchism 16: 29-45.

  • <–Reprinted as “Notes From an Anarchist Sociologist: May 1989” in Radical Sociologists and the Movement: Experiences, Lessons, and Legacies. Ed. Martin Oppenheimer et. al. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991).

Errandonea, Alfredo (1990). Sociología de la dominación. Montevideo: Nordan Comunidad.

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– – – (1976). Some Criteria for Radical Social Research. Baltimore, MD: Research Group One.

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Goodman, Paul (1964). Compulsory Mis-Education. New York: Vintage Books.

– – – (1960). Growing Up Absurd: Problems of Youth in the Organized System. New York: Random House.

  • <–A widely read analysis not only of phenomena of juvenile delinquency but also of the emerging counterculture via a social-psychological approach.

– – – (1967). Like a Conquered Province: The Moral Ambiguity of America. New York: Random House.

– – – (1965). People or Personnel: Decentralizing and the Mixed System. New York: Random House.

– – – (1962). Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. New York: Random House.

– – – , and Percival Goodman (1947). Communitas: Means of Livelihood and Ways of Life. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

  • <–2nd ed. Vintage Books, 1960; reprinted Columbia University Press, 1990. Classic study of urbanism from an anarchist standpoint.

Gurvitch, Georges D. (1955). Les fondateurs français de la sociologie contemporaine: Saint-Simon et P.-J. Proudhon, tome 2: P.-J. Proudhon, sociologue. Paris: Centre de Documentation Universitaire.

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– – – , and A. Naquet (1905). Socialisme et anarchisme: Etudes sociologiques.

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  • <– “Sociology is only the Biology of Humanity” (5). “”

Melotti, Umberto (1982). “Sociologia e scienze sociali: un confronto necessario.” Volontà 36.1: 43-69.

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  • <– An unpublished manuscript.

– – – (1922). “Il problema della Sociologia.” La Critica Politica 2.3: 132-135.

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– – – (2002). “Modern Millenarians?: Anticonsumerism, Anarchism and the New Urban Environmentalism.” Direct Action in British Environmentalism. Ed. Brian Doherty, Matthew Paterson, and Benjamin Seel. New York: Routledge. 107-125.

– – – (2001). “Leaderless Cultures: The Problem of Authority in a Radical Environmental Group.” Leadership and Social Movements. Ed. Colin Barker, Alan Johnson, and Michael Lavalette. Manchester: Manchester Univ. Press. 160-177.

– – – and Andy Lovatt (1996). “Shouting in the Street: Popular Culture, Values and the New Ethnography.” From the Margins to the Centre. Ed. Justin O’Connor and Derek Wynne. Aldershot: Ashgate. 203-224.

– – – (1996). “Daring to Dream: Idealism in the Philosophy, Organization and Campaigning Strategies of Earth First!.” To Make Another World: Studies in Protest and Collective Action. Ed. Colin Barker and ‎Paul M. Kennedy. Aldershot: Avebury, 197-215.

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– – – (2011). Red, Black, and Objective: Science, Sociology, and Anarchism. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate.

– – – (1993). “Science, Sociology of Science, and the Anarchist Tradition.” Controversial Science: From Content to Contention. Ed. Thomas Brante, Steve Fuller, and William Lynch. Albany: State University of New York Press. 21-40.

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– – – (2011) “Defining an Anarchist-Sociology: A Long Anticipated Marriage.” Theory in Action 4.4: 9-30.

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– – – (2013). “The Futures of Humanity: Anarchism, Technoscience, and the Sociology of God.” Review of Steve Fuller, Humanity 2.0: What it Means to be Human: Past, Present and Future; Sal Restivo, Red, Black, and Objective: Science, Sociology, and Anarchism (see above); John Zerzan, Future Primitive Revisited. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 42.5: 726-732.

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– – – and Matthew T. Lee (2012). “Aiming to Overthrow the State (Without Using the State): Political Opportunities for Anarchist Movements.” Comparative Sociology 11.4: 558-593.