back issues

June 3, 2019

Since 1988, Social Research has published 20 issues that have explored political transitions occurring in various countries and regions in the world. The series began with two issues examining Central and East Europe on the cusp of the dramatic changes that led to and accompanied the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989. In this most recent examination of political transitions, we asked our authors to examine political tre...

November 12, 2018

Arien Mack, Journal Editor  

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

Introduction

Cons and con men have long been present in American culture and are represented as romantic figures. Cons abound—from Bernie Madoff's billion-dollar Ponzi scheme to street-corner crooks and their games of three-card monte; from art forgeries to fraudulent scientific articles; from predatory universities and pseudoa...

October 30, 2018

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

Introduction
This special issue is based on the conviction that words matter, books and ideas matter—and some books, special ones, deeply affect our lives and how we think and what we think about.To bring home this perhaps trivial truism, we invited writers whom we have long respected, all of whom have written for...

August 20, 2018

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

Introduction
The discussion around the idea of estrangement—in the sense of "making strange"—involves various elements. We hope it will draw our readers’ attention to the ways in which the term has taken on new significance in the all too prevalent turn away from democratic governance seen in many countries, while...

May 16, 2018

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

Introduction

There is an important question not much addressed in the media discussions about Trump’s norm breaking that is addressed in this issue of Social Research. That question is whether the norm busting being done by our president will lead to norm changes. Are his actions likely to establish new norms for the pres...

February 26, 2018

Harald Hagemann and William Milberg, Guest Coeditors

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

A New, New School for Social Research University in Exile

Because we at the New School believe it is our moral obligation to follow in the footsteps of Alvin Johnson, and, like him, we believe that universities themselves have a special and primary obligation to help our...

October 1, 2017

Kenneth Prewitt, Guest Coeditor

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Dolunay Bulut

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack

Introduction

This is the fourth issue of Social Research since 2009 that is concerned with changes occurring in universities both in the United States and elsewhere. It may seem a disproportionate number given the many
other subjects we might have considered, but we do not think so, given ou...

Please reload

search
categories
Please reload

follow us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • YouTube Social  Icon