PUBLICATIONS

BOOK

  • The Origins of Global Humanitarianism: Religion, Advocacy, and Empire, New York: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics, ISBN: 9781107021730 (link)

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

  • “Beyond and Against Capitalism: Abolitionism and the Moral Dimension of Humanitarian Practice,” International Social Science Journal, 65, 2014, 25-35. (link)
  • “The Religious Field and the Path-Dependent Transformation of Popular Politics in the Anglo-American World, 1770-1840,” Theory and Society, 40, 2011, 437-473 (link)
  • “Activist Religion, Empire, and the Emergence of Modern Long-Distance Advocacy Networks,” American Sociological Review 75, 2010, 607-28. (link)
  • “Ethnicity as Cognition.” Theory and Society 33, 2004, 31-64, co-authored with Rogers Brubaker and Mara Loveman (link)
  • “Interpretive Activism and the Political Uses of Verdi’s Operas in the 1840s,” American Sociological Review, 67, 2002, 345-66. (link) DOI: 10.2307/3088961
  • “The Making of a ‘Bad’ Public: Ethnonational Mobilization in Post-Communist Bulgaria,” Theory and Society, 29, 2000, 549-72. (link)

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • “Missionary,” in Antonio de Lauri (ed.) Humanitarianism: Keywords, Brill: forthcoming.
  • “Reply to Critics,” Symposium on The Origins of Global Humanitarianism, Trajectories, 26, 2, 2015, 40-44 (link)
  • “Ideias versus redes sociais: Ativismo à distancia na Inglaterra do século XVIII,” Tempo Social, 24, 2012, 79-100 (link)

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Maurice Jackson and Susan Kozel (Eds.) Quakers and Their Allies in the Abolitionist Cause, 1754–1808, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 69, 2018, 198-199. (link)
  • Amalia Ribi Forclaz, Humanitarian Imperialism: The Politics of Anti-Slavery Activism, 1880–1940, International Affairs, 91, 2015, 879-880. (link)
  • Making Waves: Worldwide Social Movements, 1750-2005, Contemporary Sociology, 40, 2011, 328-330 (link)