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Modern Society as Artifice:  Critical Theory and the Logic of Capital (Routledge; in preparation).



Reconstructing Social Theory, History, and Practice (co-editor, with Eric R. Lybeck), Current Perspectives in Social Theory, 35 (Emerald, 2016).

Ecologically Unequal Exchange:  Environmental Injustice in Comparative and Historical Perspective (with R. Scott Frey and Paul K. Gellert) (Palgrave Macmillan; in preparation)



“Critical Theory, Radical Reform and Planetary Sociology: Between Impossibility and Inevitability”, in David A. Smith and Lauren Langman (eds.), Piketty, Inequality and 21st Century Capitalism (Leiden: Brill).

“Critical Theory in the Twenty-First Century:  The Logic of Capital between Classical Social Theory, the Early Frankfurt School Critique of Political Economy, and the Prospect of Artifice”, in Daniel Krier and Mark Worrell (eds.), The Social Ontology of Capitalism (New York: Palgrave Macmillan)

“Critical Theory as Radical Comparative-Historical Research”, in The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Theory, ed. by Michael J. Thompson (New York: Palgrave Macmillan)

“Critical Theory, Brexit, and the Vicissitudes of Political Economy in the Twenty-First Century”, in William Outhwaite (ed.), Brexit: Sociological Perspectives (London: Anthem Press)


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