14 April 2009

New book reviews of interest to CNSIMC (some by members)

Peter Baehr, Caesarism, Charisma and Fate: Historical Sources and Modern Resonances in the Work of Max Weber reviewed by Jefferson D Pooley  PDF

Siniša Malešević and Mark Haugaard, eds. Ernest Gellner and Contemporary Social Thought reviewed by James Kennedy  PDF

Prem Kumar Rajaram and Carl Grundy-Warr, eds., Borderscapes: Hidden Geographies and Politics at Territory’s Edge reviewed by  Philippe Couton  PDF

Badie, Brauman, Decaux, Devin, and Wenden, eds., Pour un autre regard sur les migrations. Construire une gouvernance mondiale; Rea and Tripier, Sociologie de l'immigration reviewed by Stéphanie Garneau  PDF

Humanism and realism in International Humanitarian Law (Review Essay on Patricia Marchak, No Easy Fix: Global Responses to Internal Wars and Crimes Against Humanity, and Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Global Justice: The Politics of War Crimes Trials by Augustine Brannigan  PDF

Fuyuki Kurasawa, The Work of Global Justice: Human Rights as Practices reviewed by Elizabeth M. Bruch  PDF

Jeffrey Juris, Networking Futures: The Movement Against Corporate Globalization reviewed by Lesley Wood  PDF

Jo Reger, Daniel J. Myers and Rachel Einwohner, eds. Identity Work In Social Movements reviewed by  Amy Lang  PDF

Ryan Edwardson, Canadian Content: Culture and the Quest for Nationhood reviewed by Jim Cosgrave  PDF

… and more besides. See the current issue’s table of contents: http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/CJS/issue/current 

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