Calhoun, Craig (Jackson)

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CALHOUN, Craig (Jackson)

CALHOUN, Craig (Jackson). American, b. 1952. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, History, Sociology. Career: Columbia University, NYC, research assistant at Bureau of Applied Social Research, 1974-75; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, instructor, 1977-79, assistant professor, 1979-85, associate professor, 1985-89, professor of sociology and history, 1989-96, director, Office of International Programs, 1990-93, director, program in social theory and cross-cultural studies, 1989-96, director, University Center for International Studies, 1993-96; New York University, professor, 1996-, director, Center for Applied Social Science Research, 1996-; Social Science Research Council, president, 1999-. Visiting research associate at Development Studies and Research Centre, University of Khartoum, 1983; Center for Psychosocial Studies, Chicago, Ill., research fellow, 1983, visiting fellow, 1985-, co-director of social theory program, 1988-91, member of council, 1993-; visiting professor at Center for Comparative Cultural Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 1989. Publications: The Question of Class Struggle, 1982; (with D. Light and S. Keller) Sociology, 5th ed., 1989, 7th ed., 1997; Neither Gods nor Emperors, 1994; Critical Social Theory, 1995; Nationalism, 1997. EDITOR: (with F.A.J. Ianni) The Anthropological Study of Education, 1976; (with W.R. Scott and M. Meyer) Structures of Power and Constraint: Essays in Honor of Peter M. Blau, 1990; Habermas and the Public Sphere, 1992; (with E. LiPuma and M. Postone) Bourdieu: Critical Perspectives, 1993; Social Theory and the Politics of Identity, 1994; (with J. McGowan) Hannah Arendt and the Meaning of Politics, 1997; The Oxford Dictionary of the Social Sciences, 2002; (with others) The Classical Social Theory Reader, 2002; (with others) The Contemporary Social Theory Reader, 2002; (with P. Price and A. Timmer) Understanding September 11, 2002. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Dept. of Sociology, New York University, 269 Mercer, New York, NY 10003-6687, U.S.A.