Political Sociology of Europe

“Crisis or Improvisation?   A Historical Meditation on Italian Post-War Political Development.”  In Italy from Crisis to Crisis:  Political Economy, Security and Society in the 21st Century, Matthew Evangelista, ed. NY:  Routledge: 219-231.

“Comments on Waves of War.” Trajectories: Newsletter of the Comparative and Historical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association 26(1):75-79.

Europe Was Yesterday.”  Harvard International Review.  Web Symposium (January 7).  Click here to access paper.

“The Strength of Weak National Identities:  Italian Political Development and Europe.”  Italian Politics and Society:  The Review of the Conference Group on Italian Politics and Society (CONGRIPS), APSA  68 (Fall):  8-16.

[Co-authored with Juan Diez-Medrano] “Distance Matters: Place, Political Legitimacy and Popular Support for European Integration”.  Comparative European Politics 6 (March):  1-32.

“Distance Matters:  Place, Political Legitimacy and Public Support for European Integration.” (With Juan Diez-Medrano)   Available at Center for the Study of Economy and Society, Working Paper Series, #27, Cornell University Department of Sociology.

“Great Expectations:  Reflections on Identity and the European Monetary Union”. In The Year of the Euro: The Cultural, Social and Political Import of Europe’s Single Currency, Robert Fishman and Anthony Messina, eds.  South Bend, IN:  University of Notre Dame Press:  97-107.

“Towards a New Political Sociology of Europe:  Symposium”.  European Studies Newsletter (Council for European Studies, Columbia University) 34 (September): 1, 3-5.

Territory, Emotion and Identity:  Spatial Re-Calibration in a New Europe.”  In Europe Without Borders:  Re-mapping Territory, Citizenship and Identity in a Transnational Age, Mabel Berezin and Martin Schain, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press:1-30.

“Western European Studies: Culture.”   In International Encyclopaedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 24, Neil  J. Smelser and  Paul B. Baltes, eds. Amsterdam: Elsevier: 16458-63.

The Euro is More than Money:  Converting Currency, Exchanging Identity, and Selling Citizenship in Post-Maastricht Europe.”  Policy Newsletter, Center for Economy and Society University of MichiganBusinessSchool, Volume1, Issue 1, (Spring) (http://www.bus.umich.edu/cse/nsltr_archives.html).

“Stampa e terrorismo internazionale:  il dirottamento dell’Achille Lauro.”  Polis 3, no.1 (April):  67-84.