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

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NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS

CHARLES BLEND teaches French at Ohio State University.

PAUL BOHANNAN was trained at Oxford and has done extensive field research in Africa. He teaches social anthropology at Northwestern. His most recent book is Justice and Judgment among the Tiv.

LEWIS A. COSER teaches sociology at Brandeis. He studied with Paul Fauconnet and Célestin Bouglé at the Sorbonne, and at Columbia. He is the author of The Functions of Social Conflict ( 1956), a co-author and co-editor of other books, and an editor of Dissent.

HUGH DALZIEL DUNCAN, born in Scotland and trained in philosophy, literature, and sociology at Drake and Chicago, has written Language and Literature in Society ( 1953) and Social Hierarchy: Communication of Hierarchy in Art and Society (forthcoming).

JEROME D. FOLKMAN, who holds a Ph.D. degree in sociology from Ohio State, is Rabbi of Temple Israel in Columbus, Ohio.

ROSCOE C. JR. HINKLE, trained at Minnesota and Wisconsin, teaches sociology at Ohio State. His major interest is the sociological analysis of American sociology. He is co-author, with Gisela J. Hinkle, of The Development of Modern Sociology: Its Nature and Growth in the United States ( 1954), and of papers in learned journals and symposiums.

PAUL HONIGSHEIM studied at the universities of Bonn, Berlin, and Heidelberg, and taught at Cologne (where he was also the director of the People's University), Panama, and Michigan State. He has published widely in many fields, including the history of sociology and anthropology, the sociology of religion, art, and knowledge, and adult education.

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