Bryan S. TURNER

Bryan S. TURNER

S. TURNER Bryan

Professeur à la National University of Singapore, Asia Research Institute

Formation

  • Master of Arts, University of Cambridge 2002
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Leeds, 1997
  • Doctor of Letters, Flinders University, South Australia, 1986
  • Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) First Class, University of Leeds, 1966

Thématiques

  • The political sociology of citizenship
  • Generations and cultural capital
  • The history of social theory
  • The sociology of the body
  • Sociology of fundamentalism

Activités d’enseignement

  • Adjunct professor at Murdoch University, Western Australia (2006-9)
  • Professor at the National University of Singapore in the Asia Research Institute (since 2005)
  • Professor at the University of Cambridge Head of Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
  • Professorial Fellow, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
  • Professorial Research Associate of SOAS, University of London
  • Honorary professor of Deakin University, Australia founder of the Deakin centre for the citizenship and human rights

Responsabilités Scientifiques

  • Founding journal Editor, Citizenship Studies
  • Founding journal co-editor, Body&Society
  • Founding co-editor Journal of Classical Sociology
  • Series Editor Politics&Culture, Sage
  • Board member: Contemporary Islam. Dynamics of Muslim Life (2006-) British Journal of Sociology (2000-) ; Ethnography (2000-3) ; Ethnicities (2000-) ; Health Risk & Society (1998-); Journal of Social Archaeology (2000-) ; Journal of Historical Sociology (1987-) ; Journal of Human Rights (2002-) ; Social Science & Medicine (1996-) ; Social Theory & Health (2003-) ; Sociological Theory (2000-3) ; The Sociological Review (-2005); Theory, Culture, and Society (1982-)

Promotions / distinctions / nominations

  • Awarded the Doctor of Letters from Cambridge University (2009)
  • The Australian Sociological Association (2003) voted The Body and Society among the top ten most influential books in Australian sociology

Dernières publications de Bryan S. TURNER

Rights and Virtues: Political Essays on Citizenship and Social Justice, Bardwell Press, collection "gemass", 2011

Bryan S. TURNER, Rights and Virtues: Political Essays on Citizenship and Social Justice, Bardwell Press, collection "gemass", 2011, , 2011

<i>The New Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion</i>, London, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010

Bryan S. TURNER, The New Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion, London, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, , 2010

<i>The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory</i>, Bryan S. (ed), Oxford: Blackwell- Wiley, 2009.

Bryan S. TURNER, The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory, Bryan S. (ed), Oxford: Blackwell- Wiley, 2009., , 2009

"Raymond Boudon, Alexis de Tocqueville and American Exceptionalism", in M. Cherkaoui & P. Hamilton (eds.) <i>Raymond Boudon: A Life in Sociology</i>, Oxford, Bardwell Press, 2009

Bryan S. TURNER, "Raymond Boudon, Alexis de Tocqueville and American Exceptionalism", in M. Cherkaoui & P. Hamilton (eds.) Raymond Boudon: A Life in Sociology, Oxford, Bardwell Press, 2009, , 2009

‘Max Weber on Islam and Confucianism: the Kantian Theory of Secularization’ in Peter B. Clarke (ed) The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, pp.79-97.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘Max Weber on Islam and Confucianism: the Kantian Theory of Secularization’ in Peter B. Clarke (ed) The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, pp.79-97., , 2009

‘Religious Speech. The Ineffable Nature of Religious Communication in the Information Age’ Theory Culture & Society 25 (7-8), 2009: 219-235.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘Religious Speech. The Ineffable Nature of Religious Communication in the Information Age’ Theory Culture & Society 25 (7-8), 2009: 219-235., , 2009

‘Reshaping the Sociology of Religion: globalization, spirituality and the erosion of the social’ Sociological Review 57(1), 2009:186-200.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘Reshaping the Sociology of Religion: globalization, spirituality and the erosion of the social’ Sociological Review 57(1), 2009:186-200., , 2009

‘Violence, Human Rights and Piety: cosmopolitanism versus virtuous exclusion’ in Thomas Brudholm and Thomas Cushman (eds) The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity. Interdisciplinary Perspectives,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 242- 263.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘Violence, Human Rights and Piety: cosmopolitanism versus virtuous exclusion’ in Thomas Brudholm and Thomas Cushman (eds) The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity. Interdisciplinary Perspectives,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 242- 263., , 2009

‘America – an exceptional modernity?’ Journal of Classical Sociology 9(1), 2009:168-79.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘America – an exceptional modernity?’ Journal of Classical Sociology 9(1), 2009:168-79., , 2009

‘T.H.Marshall, social rights and English national identity’ Citizenship Studies 13(1), 2009 : 65- 73.

Bryan S. TURNER, ‘T.H.Marshall, social rights and English national identity’ Citizenship Studies 13(1), 2009 : 65- 73., , 2009

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