[Co-authored with Emily Sandusky and Thomas Davidson]. “Culture in Politics and Politics in Culture: Institutions, Practices and Boundaires.” Pp. 102-31 in The New Handbook of Political Sociology, eds. Thomas Janoski, Cedric de Leon, Joya Misra, and Isaac William Martin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Link to article.
“On the Construction Sites of History: Where Did Donald Trump Come From?” Special Issue on 2016 US Election American Journal of Cultural Sociology 5(3): 322-337.
Reprinted in Politics of Meaning/Meaning of Politics: Cultural Sociology of the 2016 US Presidential Election, eds. Jason L. Mast and Jeffrey C. Alexander. NY Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 97-114.
[Co-authored with Emily Sandusky]. “Political Culture.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. Ed. Janeen Baxter. New York: Oxford University Press. Link to article.
[Co-authored with Alicia Eads]. “Risk is for the Rich? Childhood Vaccination Resistance and the Culture of Health.” Special Issue: Social, Science and Medicine 165: 233-45.
[Co-authored with Michele Lamont] “Mutuality, Mobilization, and Messaging for Health Promotion: Toward Collective Cultural Change.” Special Issue: Social Science and Medicine, 165: 201-205.
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“Sociology of Culture.” In James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Volume 5. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 617-621.
[Guest Editor and Contributor]. “Theme Issue: Methods, Materials and Meanings: Designing Cultural Analysis.” Qualitative Sociology 37 (2).
“How Do We Know What We Mean? Epistemological Dilemmas in Cultural Sociology.” Qualitative Sociology 37(2): 141-.151
[Co-authored with Frederick F. Wherry and Paul Lichterman] “Dramatic Performances in the Play of Politics: Egypt, Obama, and the Works of Jeffrey Alexander.” British Journal of Sociology 64 (1): 164-174.
“Events as Templates of Possibility: An Analytic Typology of Political Facts.” In The Oxford Handbook of Cultural Sociology, Jeffrey C. Alexander, Ronald Jacobs and Philip Smith, eds. NY: Oxford University Press: 613-635.
“I rituali pubblici e la rappresentazione dell’identita politica.” Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia 39 (Settembre): 359-386.
“Politics and Culture: A Less Fissured Terrain.” Annual Review of Sociology 23 (August): 361-83.
“Fissured Terrain: Methodological Approaches and Research Styles in Culture and Politics.” In Sociology of Culture: Emerging Theoretical Perspectives, ed. Diana Crane. London: Basil Blackwell: 91-116.
“Cultural Form and Political Meaning: State Subsidized Theater, Ideology and the Language of Style in Fascist Italy.” American Journal of Sociology 99 (March): 1237-1286.
Awarded, 1995, the Annual Prize for Best Article in Cultural Sociology from the Culture Section of the American Sociological Association.
Reprinted, 2002, in The Cultural Sociology Reader, ed. Lyn Spillman (New York: Basil Blackwell).
“Culture and Politics: Charting a Sociological Landscape.” Culture. 7 (Spring/Summer):7-8.
“Talking the Nation and Inventing the State: Intellectual Practice in Ceausescu’s Romania.” “Symposium on Eastern Europe,” Contemporary Sociology, 21 (May): 306-8.
“Cultural Production Italian Style: Intellectuals, Markets and Regimes,” Review Essay. Italian Politics and Society Newsletter (Fall) No. 34: 19-22.
“The Organization of Political Ideology: Culture, State and Theater in Fascist Italy.” American Sociological Review 56 (October): 639-651.