Deconstructing Pierre Bourdieu: Against Sociological Terrorism from the Left

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SELECTED WORKS BY PIERRE BOURDIEU

Titles are listed in English, if available, followed by the original French title.

Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales.

Acts of Resistance: Against the Tyranny of the Market / translated by Richard Nice. New York: New Press: Distributed by Norton, c1998. Contre-feux. Editions Liber-Raisons d'Agir. Paris.

Academic Discourse. Linguistic Misunderstanding and Professorial Power Pierre Bourdieu, Jean-Claude Passeron, and Monique De Saint Martin; With Contributions By Christian and Guy Vincent; translated by Richard Teese. 136 p. Calif: Stanford University Press, 1994 Rapport Pédagogique et communication 127 p. Paris, La Haye, Mouton et Cie., 1968

The Algerians. Translated by Alan C. M. Ross, with a pref. by Raymond Aron. 208 p. Boston, Beacon Press. 1962 Sociologie de l'Algérie, Paris, 1958

Algeria 1960: The Disenchantment of the World; The Sense of Honour; The Kabyle House or the World Reversed: Essays / by Pierre Bourdieu; translated by Richard Nice. Cambridge (Eng.); New York: Cambridge University Press, 1979 Algerie 60

Bourdieu: Critical Perspectives. Edited by Craig Calhoun, Edward LiPuma, and Moishe Postone. A product of a conference held at the Center for Psychosocial Studies in Chicago, March 31 – April 2, 1989. 288 p.; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.

The Craft of Sociology: Epistemological Preliminaries / Pierre Bourdieu, Jean-Claude Chamboredon, Jean-Claude Passeron; edited by Beate Krais; translated by Richard Nice. 271 pp. Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1991 Le métier du sociologue, second French edition, Paris, Mouton [1973] 357 p.

Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste / Pierre Bourdieu; translated by Richard Nice. Cambridge, 613 pp., Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1984 La distinction: critique sociale du jugement. 670 pp., Paris: Éditions de Minuit, 1979.

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