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Publications of the Durkheim Press

Durkheim Press came into being in 1996 with the intention of publishing books by Durkheim and members of the Année Sociologique group.

Editors:
William Watts Miller

For more information about the press, please visit The British Centre for Durkheimian Studies homepage.

Publications by Durkheim Press

ESSAY ON TIME
A Brief Study of the Representation of Time in Religion and Magic
Henri Hubert
DURKHEIM AND FOUCAULT
Perspectives on Education and Punishment
Edited by Mark S. Cladis
MONTESQUIEU
His Contribution to the Establishment of Political Science
Émile Durkheim
DURKHEIM TODAY
W.S.F. Pickering
With an introduction by Kenneth Thompson
ON PRAYER
Text and Commentary
Marcel Mauss
Edited and with an introduction by W.S.F. Pickering
L'EVALUATION EN COMITÉ
A Textes et rapports de souscription au Comité destravaux historiques et scientifiques, 1903-1917
Emile Durkheim
Edited and Introduced by Stéphane Baciocchi and Jennifer Mergy, with an essay by Jean-Louis Fabiani
THE NATURE OF SOCIOLOGY
Marcel Mauss
Translated by William Jeffrey
Introduction by Mike Gane
TECHNIQUES, TECHNOLOGY AND CIVILIZATION
Marcel Mauss
Edited and with an Introduction by Nathan Schlanger
THE MANUAL OF ETHNOGRAPHY
Marcel Mauss
Translated by Dominique Lussier
Edited and Introduced by N.J. Allen
SUFFERING AND EVIL
The Durkheimian Legacy
Edited by W.S.F. Pickering and Massimo Rosati
DURKHEIM, THE DURKHEIMIANS, AND THE ARTS
Edited by Alexander Tristan Riley, W.S.F. Pickering, and William Watts Miller

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DURKHEIMIAN STUDIES / ETUDES DURKHEIMIENNES

Durkheimian Studies / Etudes Durkheimiennes is the scholarly journal of the British Centre for Durkheimian Studies. It is concerned with all aspects of the work of Durkheim and his group, such as Marcel Mauss and Robert Hertz, and with the contemporary development and application of their ideas to issues in the social sciences, religion and philosophy. The journal is unique in often featuring first-time or new English translations of their French works otherwise not available to English-language scholars.