A new major critical introduction to Bourdieu, looking at the full range of his work in its historical and intellectual context
Jeremy F. Lane is the Associate Professor in French and Francophone Studies at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of Bourdieu's Politics (Routledge, 2012) and Pierre Bourdieu (Pluto Press, 2000).
'This beautifully written and lucidly argued study is the most persuasive account of Bourdieu's work yet to be published' - Professor Jill Forbes, Queen Mary and Westfield, University of London
1. Peasants into Revolutionaries?
2. Frenchmen into Consumers?
4. Returning to Kabylia
5. Anthropology and Sociology
6. Old Wine, Distinctive New Bottles
7. Neo-Liberalism and the Defence of the ‘Universal’
Notes and References
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