Marcel Stoetzler

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Book

The State, the Nation and the Jews, Liberalism and the Antisemitism Dispute in Bismarck’s Germany. Lincoln and London: Nebraska University Press, 2008.

Volumes edited

Antisemitism and the Constitution of Sociology. Lincoln, NE and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2014.

Modern antisemitism and the emergence of sociology. Patterns of Prejudice 44, 2 (2010).

Articles

It only needs all: re-reading Dialectic of Enlightenment at 70,’ in openDemocracy UK, 24 June 2017.

Intersectional Individuality: Georg Simmel’s Concept of “The Intersection of Social Circles” and the Emancipation of Women,’ in Sociological Inquiry 86, 2 (2016), 216–240.

My 350 on BREXIT: Liberal nationalism gives advance notice of its fascist form,’ in openDemocracy UK, 3 July 2016.

Reflections: antisemitism, anti-imperialism and liberal communitarianism,’ in openDemocracy UK, 26 May 2016.

Moritz Lazarus und die liberale Kritik an Heinrich von Treitschkes liberalem Antisemitismus,’ in Hans-Joachim Kahn and Olaf Kistenmacher, eds. Beschreibungsversuche der Judenfeindschaft. Zur Geschichte der Antisemitismusforschung vor 1944. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015, 98–120.

‘Needless Necessity: Sameness and Dynamic in Capitalist Society,’ in Fast Capitalism 12, 1 (2015).

Authority, Identity, Society: Revisiting the Frankfurt School,‘ in Sociology 49, 1 (2015), 191-197.

Sociology’s Case for a Well-Tempered Modernity: Individualism, Capitalism, and the Antisemitic Challenge,’ in idem, ed. Antisemitism and the Constitution of Sociology. Lincoln, NE and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2014, 66-89.

Introduction: The Theory of Society Talks Back to Its Travesty,’ in idem, ed. Antisemitism and the Constitution of Sociology. Lincoln, NE and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2014, 1-41.

Identity, Commodity, Authority: two new books on Horkheimer and Adorno,’ in datacide 13 (2013), 43-60.

with Christine Achinger, ‘German modernity, barbarous Slavs and profit-seeking Jews: the liberal racism of nationalist liberals,’ in Nations and Nationalism 19, 4 (2013), 739-760.

memory, commemoration, education,’ in Caucasus Artmag, issue 1/2013.

On the possibility that the revolution that will end capitalism might fail to usher in communism,’ in Journal of Classical Sociology 12, 2 (2012), 191–204.

‘Sociology,’ in Jean-Marc Dreyfus and Daniel Langton, eds. Writing the Holocaust. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2011.

with Jean-Marc Dreyfus ‘Holocaust Memory in the Twenty-first Century: between National Reshaping and Globalisation,’ in European Review of History 18, 1 (2011), 69–78.

Modern antisemitism and the emergence of sociology: an introduction’ and ‘Antisemitism, capitalism and the formation of sociological theory,’ in Patterns of Prejudice 44, 2 (2010), 107–115, 160–193.

‘Liberal Society, Emancipation, and Antisemitism. Why current debates on Antisemitism need more Dialectic of Enlightenment,’ in Stefano Giacchetti Ludovisi, ed. Nostalgia for a Redeemed Future: Critical Theory. Newark: The John Cabot University Press/ The University of Delaware Press, 2009, 145–160.

When Nothing is Produced,’ in mute. culture and politics after the net 2, 13 (2009), 82–91.

Cultural difference in the national state: from trouser-selling Jews to unbridled multiculturalism,’ in Patterns of Prejudice 42, 3 (2008), 245–279.

Adorno, Non-Identity, Sexuality,’ in Sergio Tischler, Fernando Matamoros and John Holloway, eds. Negativity and Revolution, Adorno and Political Activism. London: Pluto Press, 2008, 151–188.

Antisemitism, the Bourgeoisie, and the Self-Destruction of the Nation-State,’ in Richard King and Dan Stone, eds. Hannah Arendt and the Uses of History, Imperialism, Nation, Race, and Genocide. Oxford: Berghahn, 2007, 130–146.

‘Todo lo fluido se convierte en piedra: sexo e individuo en el contexto moderno,’ in Sergio Tischler, Fernando Matamoros and John Holloway, eds., Negatividad y revolución, Theodor W. Adorno y la política. Buenos Aires: Herramienta, 2007, 157–190.

with Erene Kaptani, ‘The Necessity of Hypocrisy, Drama and the Affinity of Play, Politics and Revolution,’ in Birgit Haas, ed. Macht – Performativität, Performanz und Polittheater seit 1990. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2005, 261–281

Subject Trouble: Judith Butler and Dialectics,’ in Philosophy and Social Criticism 31, 3 (2005), 343–369.

On how to make Adorno scream. Some notes on John Holloway’s Change the World Without Taking Power,’ in Historical Materialism 13, 4 (2005), 193–215.

Postone’s Marx, a theorist of modern society, its social movements and its captivity by abstract labour,’ in Historical Materialism 12, 3 (2004), 261–283.

with Nira Yuval-Davis, ‘Imagined Boundaries and Borders, A Gendered Gaze,The European Journal of Women’s Studies 9, 3 (2002), 329–344.

with Nira Yuval-Davis, ‘Standpoint Theory, Situated Knowledge – and the Situated Imagination,’ in Feminist Theory 3, 3 (2002), 315–333.

‘Leer a Butler al revés. Sobre en lo que uno se convierte, en lo que uno se incluye y lo que uno no es,’ in Bajo el Volcán, Revista del posgrado de sociologia de la Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla 6 (2003), 108–141.

Texts provided courtesy of the author.