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-Contesting the Power of Categories: Discourse, Experience, and Feminist ResistanceCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Reclaiming the Epistemological Other: Narrative and the Social Constitution of IdentityCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-A People Without Social Relations is a People Without Property: Property, Relationality, and Social Networks in the Formation of Political RightsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-We're No Angels: Realism, Rational Choice, and Relationality in Social ScienceCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Toward a Theory of National Intellectual PracticeCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Beyond Occidentalism: Towards Post-Imperial Geohistorical CategoriesCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-The Political Culture Concept: The Empirical Power of Conceptual TransformationsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Narrativity, Narrative Identity, and Social Action: Rethinking English Working-Class FormationCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Fear and Loathing of the Public Sphere and the Privatization of Citizenship: How to Deconstruct a Knowledge CultureCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Is All the World a Text? From Social History to the History of Society Two Decades LaterCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Nations, Publics, and Political Cultures: Placing Habermas in the Nineteenth CenturyCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-What We Talk About When We Talk About History: The Conversations of History and SociologyCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-German History and the Contradictions of ModernityCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Reviewing the Socialist TraditionCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Narrativity, Culture, and Causality: Toward a New Historical Epistemology, or Where is Sociology After the Historic Turn?Center for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Proletarian Dictator in a Peasant Land: Stalin as RulerCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Political Culture and the Public Sphere: Rethinking the Making of CitizenshipCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Putting German (and Britain) Liberalism into Context: Liberalism, Europe, and the Bourgeoisie, 1840-1914Center for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-In Search of the Bourgeois Revolution: The Particularities of German HistoryCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-The Burdens of Urban History: The Theory of the State in Recent American Social HistoryCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor