Emile Durkheim, 1858-1917: A Collection of Essays, with Translations and a Bibliography

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THE INFLUENCE OF DURKHEIM AND HIS SCHOOL ON THE STUDY OF RELIGION
PAUL HONIGSHEIMThe influence of Durkheim and the Durkheimians on the study of religion is reflected, in large part, in the writings of Henri Berr, Marcel Mauss, and Lucien Lévy-Bruhl, who were the editors of important series of sociological, religio-historical, and ethnological monographs. Among these collections are two of special importance: Travaux et mémoires de l'Institut d'Ethnologie (abbreviated hereinafter as Travaux et mémoires), which was edited by Lévy-Bruhl and published in Paris by Félix Alcan beginning in 1926; and L' Evolution de l'humanité (abbreviated L'Evolution), which was edited by Berr and was published originally by La Renaissance du Livre and later by Albin Michel. Berr's forewords are often especially significant; some of them were collected in his En marge de l'histoire universelle, published in two volumes in the Séries Complémentaires of the same collection. Some of the works in these series are available in English in The History of Civilization, a series edited by C. K. Ogden, and published in London by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., and in New York by Alfred A. Knopf.The following is a list of the bibliographic sources for the present paper. When translated works are cited in the notes of this paper, page references are to the English version.
1. ALPHANDÉRY PAUL. La chrétienté et l'idée de Croisade. ( L'Evolution, Vol. XXXVIII.), 1954. Translated as Christendom and the Crusades ( The History of Civilization.).
2. BERR HENRI. La synthèse en histoire. ( L'Evolution, Séries Complémentaires.), 1911. ( 2nd ed., 1953.)
3. BLOCH MARCEL. La société féodale. ( L'Evolution, Vol. XXXIV.), 1939.
4. BOUGLÉ CÉLESTIN. Essai sur le régime des castes. Paris: Félix Alcan, 1908. ( 2nd ed., 1927.)
5. BRÉHIER LOUIS. Le monde byzantin: La civilisation byzantine. ( L'Evolution, Vol. XXXII.), 1940. ( 2nd ed., 1950.)
6. DELAPORTE LOUIS. La Mésopotamie. ( L'Evolution, Vol. VIII.), 1922. Trans-

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