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The Routledge Handbook of the History and Sociology of Ideas


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Introduction: The Society of Ideas Part I: Problems. 1. Engaging Intellectual History Otherwise 2. Publicness and the Public Sphere 3. The Historicity of Texts: Intellectual History and Critical Hermeneutics 4. Plea for a Social History of Political Ideas 5. Normativity and Intellectual History 6. Quantitative Methods in Intellectual History
Amine Brahimi and Tristan Leperlier 7. Against Vanilla History: Why and How Histories of Sexual Acts Could Matter to Intellectual Historians. Part II: Domains in Intellectual History and the Sociology of Ideas. 8. The Legal Environment of Ideas and the Intellectual Making of Law: Copyright Law and International Law at the Crossroads of State and Disciplinary Boundaries 9. Nations, Networks, and Parties: Locating the Political Engagement of Intellectuals 10. From Political Culture to Economic Theology 11. History of Science, Intellectual History, and the World, 1900-2020 12. Methodological Approaches for the Life Sciences and Intellectual History 13. Reconceptualizing National Traditions in Intellectual History 14. Intellectual Histories of the Book and the Sociology of Texts 15. Literature, Knowledge, Worldview 16. History of Emotions and Intellectual History. Part III: Circulations. 17. Comparativism and Transfer: Relational Approaches in Intellectual History and the Sociology of Ideas 18. Connective Dimensionality 19. Intellectual Migration(s) 20. Circulations of Ideas and Intellectual History: The Role of Mediators. Afterword.

About the Author

Stefanos Geroulanos is the Director of the Remarque Institute, a Professor of History at New York University, and a Co-Executive Editor of the Journal of the History of Ideas. His books include The Invention of Prehistory (2024), Transparency in Postwar France (2017), The Human Body in the Age of Catastrophe (with Todd Meyers, 2018), and Power and Time (coedited with Natasha Wheatley and Dan Edelstein, 2020).

Gisèle Sapiro is Professor of Sociology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and a Research Director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Her books include The French Writers’ War (2014), The Sociology of Literature (2023), Les Ecrivains et la politique en France (2018), and Peut-on dissocier l’œuvre de l’auteur? (2020). She coedited Ideas on the Move in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (2020).

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