Articles and Book Chapters

Digital Hyperconnectivity and the Self.”  Theory and Society 49, nos. 5-6 (2020): 771-801

Populism and Nationalism.”  Nations and Nationalism 26, no. 1 (2020): 44-66.

“Why Populism?”  Theory and Society 46, no. 5 (2017): 357-385.

“Between Nationalism and Civilizationism: The European Populist Moment in Comparative Perspective.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 40, no. 8 (2017): 1191-1226.

The Dolezal Affair: Race, Gender, and the Micropolitics of Identity.”  Ethnic and Racial Studies 39, no. 3 (2016): 414-448

Difference and Inequality.”  In Rogers Brubaker, Grounds for Difference (Harvard, 2015)

Religious Dimensions of Political Conflict and Violence.”  Sociological Theory 33, no. 1 (2015): 1-19.

Linguistic and Religious Pluralism: Between Difference and Inequality.”  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41, no. 1 (2015): 3-32

Language, Religion, and the Politics of Difference.”  Nations and Nationalism 19 (2013):1-20

Categories of analysis and categories of practice: a note on the study of Muslims in European countries of immigration.”  Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (2013): 1-8.

“Religion and Nationalism: Four Approaches.”  Nations and Nationalism 18 (2012): 2-20.

“Nationalizing States Revisited: Projects and Processes of Nationalization in Post-Soviet States.”  Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(2011):1785-1814

“Transborder Membership Politics in Germany and Korea.”  With Jaeeun Kim.  Archives européennes de sociologie/European Journal of Sociology  52, no. 1 (2011) : 21-75.

“Economic crisis, nationalism, and politicized ethnicity.” Pp. 93-108,  250-256 in The Deepening Crisis: Governance Challenges after Neoliberalism, ed. Craig Calhoun and Georgi Derluguian, New York: Social Science Research Council and NYU Press, 2011.

“Charles Tilly as a Theorist of Nationalism.”  The American Sociologist 41 (2010): 375-381.

“Migration and Membership.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 41 (2010): 61-78

“National Homogenization and Ethnic Reproduction on the European Periphery.” Pp. 201-221 in La teoria sociologica e lo statomoderno: Saggi in onore di Gianfranco Poggi, eds. Marzio Barbagli and Harvie Ferguson. Il Munio, 2009.

“Ethnicity, Race and Nationalism.” Annual Review of Sociology 35 (2009):21-42

“The ‘Diaspora’ Diaspora.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 28[1] (2005): 1-19.

“In the Name of the Nation: Reflections on Nationalism and Patriotism.” Citizenship Studies 8[2] (2004): 115-127.

“Ethnicity as Cognition.” With Mara Loveman and Peter Stamatov. Theory and Society 33 [1] (2004): 31-64.

“1848 in 1998: The Politics of Commemoration in Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia.” With Margit Feischmidt. Comparative Studies in Society and History 44 [4] (October 2002): 700-744.

“Ethnicity without Groups.” Archives Européenes de Sociologie XLIII [2] (2002): 163-189.

“Ethnicity, migration, and statehood in Post-Cold War Europe.” Pp. 357-374 in The Fate of the Nation-State, ed Michel Seymour. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2004.

“Marcel Mauss on Nationhood: Objectivism and its Limits.” Pp. 105-114 in Studies on Nationalism, ed Mária M. Kovács and Petr Lom. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2004.

“The Return of Assimilation? Changing Perspectives on Immigration and Its Sequels in France, Germany, and the United States.”Ethnic and Racial Studies 24 [4] (July 2001): 531-548.

“Accidental Diasporas and External ‘Homelands’ in Central and Eastern Europe: Past and Present.” Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Political Science Series no. 71, October 2000.

“Beyond ‘Identity.'” With Frederick Cooper. Theory and Society 29 [1] (2000):1-47.

“The Manichean Myth: Rethinking the Distinction Between ‘Civic’ and ‘Ethnic’ Nationalism.” Pp. 55-71 in Nation and National Identity: The European Experience in Perspective, ed. Hanspeter Kriesi et al (Zurich: Ruegger, 1999).

“Migrations of Ethnic Unmixing in the New Europe.” International Migration Review vol. 32, no. 4 (Winter 1998), pp. 1047-1065.

“Myths and Misconceptions in the Study of Nationalism.” Pp. 272-305 in John Hall, ed., The State of the Nation: Ernest Gellner and the Theory of Nationalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998).

“Ethnic and Nationalist Violence.” With David Laitin. Annual Review of Sociology 24 (1998):423-452.

“Nationalizing States in the Old ‘New Europe’ — and the New.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 19 [2] (April 1996): 411-437.

“National Minorities, Nationalizing States, and External National Homelands in the New Europe.” Daedalus 124 [2] (Spring 1995):107-132.

“Rethinking Nationhood: Nation as Institutionalized Form, Practical Category, Contingent Event.” Contention 4 [1] (Fall 1994):3-14.

“Nationhood and the National Question in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Eurasia: An Institutionalist Account.” Theory and Society23 [1] (February 1994):47-78.

“Aftermaths of Empire and the Unmixing of Peoples: Historical and Comparative Perspectives.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 18 [2] (April 1995):189-218.

“Social Theory as Habitus.” Pp. 212-234 in Bourdieu: Critical Perspectives, edited by Craig Calhoun, Edward LiPuma, and MoishePostone. Cambridge, England : Polity Press; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.

“Citizenship Struggles in Soviet Successor States.” International Migration Review 26 (Summer 1992): 269-291

Introduction to “Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany,” PhD Dissertation, Columbia University (1990).

“Immigration, Citizenship, and the Nation-State in France and Germany : A Comparative Historical Analysis.” International Sociology 5 (December 1990), pp. 379-407.

“Frontier Theses : Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in East Germany.” Migration World, Vol. 18, No. 3/4, 1990, pp. 12-17.

“The French Revolution and the Invention of Citizenship.” French Politics and Society 7 (Summer 1989), pp. 30-49.

“Membership without Citizenship : The Economic and Social Rights of Noncitizens.” Pp. 145-162 in Brubaker, ed., Immigration and the Politics of Citizenship in Europe and North America (1989).

“Rethinking Classical Theory : The Sociological Vision of Pierre Bourdieu.” Theory and Society 14 (November 1985), pp. 745-775.