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

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AN INTRODUCTORY DURKHEIM BIBLIOGRAPHY
KURT H. WOLFFThe most comprehensive Durkheim bibliography yet to be published appeared in the United States, in Harry Alpert Emile Durkheim and His Sociology ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1939), pp. 217-28. An equally extensive one in John M. Foskett "Emile Durkheim and the Problem of Social Order" (Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Sociology and Social Institutions, University of California, Berkeley, 1939), pp. 224-37, has so far remained unpublished. I have made use of both of these and of a much shorter bibliography, which is also unpublished, by Armand Cuvillier.In view of the purpose and scope of this volume, I have limited myself to listing Durkheim's books (Section A), his writings which are available in English translation (Section B), and discussions of him and his work (Section C). For the most part, this last section does not list prefaces or introductions to editions of Durkheim's works, either in the original or in translation, although these are often important. Neither does it include books and articles by Durkheim's students, his followers, and others who have been more or less decisively influenced by him, unless these works deal specifically with Durkheim or his ideas. Among the more important and influential of the scholars whose writings fall into this category are Charles Blondel, Francis M. Cornford, Marcel Granet, Maurice Halbwachs, Jane Ellen Harrison, Henri Hubert, Lucien Lévy-Bruhl, Bronislaw Malinowski, Marcel Mauss, Antoine Meillet, Talcott Parsons, Jean Piaget, A. R. Radcliffe-Brown, and many others.
A. DURKHEIM'S BOOKS
1892 Quid secundatus politicae scientiae instituendae contulerit. Burdigalae [Bordeaux]: Gounouilhou, 1892. Pp. 75. See 1937 and 1953.
1893 De la division du travail social: Etude sur l'organisation des sociétés supérieures. Paris: Félix Alcan, 1893. Pp. ix + 471. ( 2nd ed., with a new preface entitled, "Quelques remarques sur les groupements professionels," 1902.).
1895 Les règles de la méthode sociologique. Paris: Félix Alcan, 1895. Pp. viii + 186. ( 2nd ed., revised and with a new preface, 1901; new ed., Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1947. Pp. xxiv + 150.).
1897 Le suicide: Etude de sociologie. Paris: Félix Alcan, 1897. Pp. xii + 462.

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