Remember me on this computer.
Table of Contents 1/2015
On Icons: Media, Visibility, Materiality, and Cultural Power, edited by Marco Solaroli
Iconicity. A Category for Social and Cultural Theory
Modes of Seeing, or, Iconicity as Explanatory Notion. Cultural Research and Criticism After the Iconic Turn in Social Sciences
Robert Hariman, John Louis Lucaites
Icons, Iconicity, and Cultural Critique
Andrea Mubi Brighenti
Twilight of the Icons, or, How to Sociologize with Visibility
Iconic Photographs in the Newsroom. An Ethnography of Visual News-making in Italy and France
How Does Humanitarian Visuality Work?. A Conceptual Toolkit for a Sociology of Iconic Suffering
Apple’s Iconicity. Digital Society, Consumer Culture and the Iconic Power of Technology
Jeffrey C. Alexander
Afterword: The Strong Program and the Iconic Turn
Icons, Intensity and Idiocy. A Comment on the Symposium
The Continued Relevance of the Icon. A Comment on the Symposium
The Myth of the Strong Leader. Political Leadership in the Modern Age
. New York: Basic Books, 2014, 480 pp.
Neil Fligstein and Doug McAdam,
A Theory of Fields
. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012, 238 pp.
Thomas Janoski, David Luke and Christopher Oliver,
The Causes of Structural Unemployment
. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2014, 224 pp.
Spatial Questions. Cultural Topologies and Social Spatialisations
. Los Angeles, London: Sage, 2013, 216 pp.
Sara Wakefield and Christopher Wildeman,
Children of the Prison Boom. Mass Incarceration and the Future of American Inequality
. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014, 248 pp.
. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2015, 210 pp.