Centre for Social and Political Thought

Theorizing the Social: overview

Theorizing the Social
Time: Monday 13-15 pm
Venue: Arundel 220

This is an overview of the 'Theorizing the Social' module as it will be taught in Autumn 2019.


Week


1. Social Choice theory (Gordon Finlayson)

2. Riker Liberalism against Populism (Gordon Finlayson)

3. Phenomenology (Mahon O"Brien)

4. Hermenutics (Mahon O'Brien)

5. Bourdieu Touraine (David Berry)

6. Foucault (Darrow Schecter)

7 Edward Said (Gurminder Bhambra)

8. Latour Castells (David Berry)

9. Danielle Allen (Gurminder Bhambra)

10. Luhmann (Darrow Schecter)

11. Habermas, Between Facts and Norms (Gordon Finlayson)

12. Term Paper Planning


Introductions

There are good introductions to some of the themes of the module in David Frisby and Derek Sayer, Society (1986)

A full set of readings for the module will be published in its Canvas page (available at the start of term, to Sussex students only).