ARTICLES

2017 ‘Introduction: Global Challenges for Sociology,’ Sociology Special Issue Global Futures and Epistemologies of the South: New Challenges for Sociology, 51 (1): 3-10 (co-authored with Boaventura de Sousa Santos)

 

2016 ‘Postcolonial Reflections on Sociology,’ Sociology Special Issue: Bringing it ‘Home’? Sociological Practice and the Practice of Sociology, 50 (5): 960–966

  • Shortlisted for the Sage Prize in Excellence / Innovation for 2016

 

2016 ‘Comparative Historical Sociology and the State: Problems of Method,’ Cultural Sociology 10 (3): 335–351

 

2016 ‘Undoing the Epistemic Disavowal of the Haitian Revolution: A Contribution to Global Social ThoughtJournal of Intercultural Studies 37 (1): 1-16; postprint open access version available here

 

2015. ‘Whither Europe? Postcolonial versus Neocolonial CosmopolitanismInterventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 18 (2): 187-202; postprint open access version available here

 

2015. ‘Black Thought Matters: Patricia Hill Collins and the Long Tradition of African American Sociology,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (13): 2315-2321

 

2015. ‘Citizens and Others: The Constitution of Citizenship through Exclusion,’ Alternatives 40 (2): 102-114; postprint version available here

 

2014. ‘Postcolonial and Decolonial Dialogues,’ Postcolonial Studies 17 (2): 115-121 (Abridged version of my chapter ‘Postcolonial and Decolonial Reconstructions’ in Connected Sociologies) open access

 

2014. ‘A Sociological Dilemma: Race, Segregation, and US Sociology,’ Current Sociology Knowledge Production in Global Context: Power and Coloniality 62 (4): 472-92 open access

 

2014. ‘Introduction: Knowledge Production in Global Context: Power and Coloniality,’ Current Sociology 62 (4):  451-6

 

2014. ‘Introduction: Contesting Imperial EpistemologiesJournal of Historical Sociology 27 (3): 293-301 (co-authored with Robbie Shilliam and Dan Orrells)

 

2013. ‘The Possibilities of, and for, Global Sociology: A Postcolonial PerspectivePolitical Power and Social Theory Vol 24: 295-314

  • Translated into Portuguese and published as: ‘As possibilidades quanto à sociologia global: uma perspectiva pós-colonial,’ Dossiê: Desafios da Consolidação Democrática na América Latina, Sociedade e Estado 29 (1): 2014

 

2012. ‘The Attack on Education as a Social Right,’ South Atlantic Quarterly April 2012 111 (2): 392-401 (co-authored with John Holmwood)

 

2012. ‘Reframing Colonialism and Modernity: An Endeavour through Sociology and Literature,’ The Global South Cultural Dialogue Project summer pp78-81

 

2011. ‘Historical Sociology, Modernity, and Postcolonial Critique,’ American Historical Review 116 (3): 653-662

 

2011. ‘Tocqueville, Beaumont and the Silences in Histories of the United States: An Interdisciplinary Endeavour across Literature and Sociology,’ Journal of Historical Sociology 24 (1): 116-131 (co-authored with Victoria Margree)

 

2011 ‘Talking among Themselves? Weberian and Marxist Historical Sociologies as Dialogues without “Others”’ Millennium: Journal of International Studies 39 (3): 667-681

 

2011 ‘Introduction: The Challenges of Translation in Interdisciplinary ResearchJournal of Historical Sociology 24 (1): 1-8 (co-authored with John Holmwood)

 

2010. ‘Identity Politics and the Need for a “Tomorrow”,Economic and Political Weekly 45 (15): 59-66 (co-authored with Victoria Margree)

 

2010. ‘Historical Sociology, International Relations and Connected Histories‘, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 23 (1): 127-43

 

2009. ‘Introduction: Global Social Inquiry – The Challenge of Listening‘, Sociological Research Online 14 (4)

 

2007. ‘Sociology and Postcolonialism: Another “Missing” Revolution?’, Sociology Special Issue: ‘Sociology and its Public Face(s)’ 41 (5): 871-84.

 

2006. ‘Beginnings: Edward W. Said and Questions of Nationalism’, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 8 (1): pp1-8.