Publications

Thematic list of Jonathan Hearn’s Publications

This list provides a record of my publications by broad theme: Power, Nationalism and National Identity, Competition, Scotland, Civil Society, Liberal Society, Scottish Enlightenment, Other,

(Individual items are sometimes repeated under multiple applicable themes.  M = monograph, EV = edited volume, A = article, C = chapter, R = report.)

Power

C: ‘Power’ 8000-word article for Sage Handbook of Political Sociology, William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner, eds.  2 vols.  Sage.  2018.

C: ‘Power’ 7265-word article for Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Bryan S. Turner, Editor-in-Chief.  2017.

A: ‘Heinrich Popitz’s Phenomonology of Power’, International Political Anthropology, 10(2).  Extended review as part of group review marking English translation of Popitz’s book.  2017.

C: ‘Vox Populi: Nationalism, Globalization and the Balance of Power in the Making of Brexit’, in Brexit: Sociological Responses, W. Outhwaite (ed.), London and New York: Anthem Press, pp. 19-30.  2017.

C: ‘Power and Economics’, with Steven Lukes, in R. Skidelsky and N. Craig (eds), Who Runs the Economy?, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-29.  2016.

EV: Power and Liberal Society. Themed issue of Revue Internationale de Philosophie, No. 275, 1/2016.

A: ‘Inequality, liberal society, and the balance of power’, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, No. 275, 1/2016, pp. 109-128.  2016.

A: ‘On the social evolution of power to/over’, Journal of Political Power, 7(2): 175-191.  2014.

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M: Theorizing Power, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2012.

A: ‘The Strength of Weak Legitimacy: a cultural analysis of legitimacy in capitalist, liberal, democratic nation-states’, Journal of Political Power 4(2): 199-216.  2011.

C:‘Domination’, article in Sage Encyclopedia of Power, K. Dowding, (ed).   London: Sage.  Pp. 203-206.  2011.

A: ‘What’s Wrong with Domination?’, Journal of Power 1(1): 37-49.  2008.

Nationalism and National Identity

A: ‘Theoretical and methodological considerations for the study of banal and everyday nationalism’, with Marco Antonsich, Nations and Nationalism 24(3): 594-605.  2018.

A: ‘Power, Culture, Identity and the work of Anthony Smith’, Nations and Nationalism 24(2): 286-291.   Contribution to special section in memory of Smith.  2018.

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M: Salvage Ethnography in the Financial Sector: The path to economic crisis in Scotland.  Manchester: Manchester University Press.  2017

A: ‘Strong and Weak Civic Identity, and the Management of Conflict in Liberal Societies’, in M. Antonsich, E. Mavroudi & S. Mihelj (eds), ‘Building inclusive nations in the age of migration’, comment section of Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 24(2): 156-76.  2017.

C: ‘Vox Populi: Nationalism, Globalization and the Balance of Power in the Making of Brexit’, in Brexit: Sociological Responses, W. Outhwaite (ed.), London and New York: Anthem Press, pp. 19-30.  2017.

A: Contribution to ‘Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities: a symposium’(my contribution on his impact on sociology).  Nations and Nationalism 22(4): 625-659.  2016.

C: ‘Hobsbawm, Eric J.’ and ‘Anderson, Benedict’, short entries for Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism, John Stone, Anthony Smith, et al, eds.  5 vols.  Wiley-Blackwell.  2016.

A: ‘Demos before Democracy: Ideas of Nation and Society in Adam Smith’ Journal of Classical Sociology, 15(4): 396-414.  2015.

A: ‘Nationalism and Globalization: Challenging Assumptions’, The SAIS Review of International Affairs, 35(2): 5-11.  2015.

C: ‘Competition as Ritual and the Legitimation of the Liberal Nation State’ in E. Woods and R. Tsang (eds), the Cultural Politics of Nationalism and Nation-Building: Ritual and Performance in the Forging of Nations, London: Routledge, pp. 68-83.  2014.

A: ‘Opening remarks: Debate on Bernard Yack’s book Nationalism and the Moral Psychology of Community’Nations and Nationalism, 20(3): 395-397.  2014.

EV: Nationalism and Biography: European Perspectives.  Themed Issue of Humanities Research, Vol XIX, No. 1, Co-edited with Christian Wicke.  2013.

A: ‘Nationalism, Biography and the Ecology of Identity’, Humanities Research, Vol XIX, No. 1, pp. 5-22.  2013.

A: Contribution to: ‘Seventh nations and nationalism debate: Joep Leerssen’s National Thought in Europe: A Cultural History’, Nations and Nationalism 19(3): 411-16.  2013.

C: ‘Global Crisis, National Blame’ in Nations and Globalisation: Conflicting or Complimentary? D. Halikiopoulou and S. Vasilopoulou, (eds), Routledge.  Pp. 121-136.  2011.

A: ‘The Origins of Modern Nationalism in the North Atlantic Interaction Sphere’, Sociological Research Online 14:5.  2009.

C: ‘Small Fortunes: Nationalism, Capitalism and Changing Identities’, in National Identity, Nationalism and Constitutional Change (F. Bechhofer and D. McCrone, eds) London: Palgrave MacMillan. Pp. 144-162.   2009.

A: ‘National Identity: Banal, Personal, and Embedded’, Nations and Nationalism 13(4): 657-674.  2007.

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M: Rethinking Nationalism: A Critical Introduction, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.  2006.

R: ‘Organisational Identity: Working at the Bank’ Identity Briefing No. 9, Leverhulme research programme on Constitutional Change and Identity.  2006.

A: ‘Big City: Civic Symbolism and Scottish Nationalism’, Scottish Affairs 42: 57-82.  2003.

A: ‘Narrative, Agency and Mood: On the Social Construction of National History in Scotland’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 44(4): 745-769.  2002.

A: ‘Identity, Class and Civil Society in Scotland’s Neonationalism’, Nations and Nationalism 8(1): 15-30.  2002.

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M: Claiming Scotland: National Identity and Liberal Culture, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2000.

A: “The Social Contract: Re-framing Scottish Nationalism”, Scottish Affairs 23: 14-26.  1998.

A: ‘Scottish Nationalism and the Civil Society Concept: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?, PoLAR, the Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 20(1): 32-39.  1997.

C: ‘The Colony at the Core: Scottish Nationalism and the Rhetoric of Colonialism’, in Anthropology for a Small Planet: Culture and Community in a Global Environment.  A. Marcus, ed. , St. James, New York: Brandywine Press.  Pp. 50-63.  1996.

Competition

A: ‘The Idea of Competition in Dingxin Zhao, The Confucian Legalist State’, Chinese Sociological Review. Extended review as part of special issue reviewing this book.  2018.

A: ‘The Culture of Competition in Modern Liberal Societies’, Humanities:            Christianity and Culture, vol. 48, pp. 31-54.  2016.

C: ‘Competition as Ritual and the Legitimation of the Liberal Nation State’ in E. Woods and R. Tsang (eds), the Cultural Politics of Nationalism and Nation-Building: Ritual and Performance in the Forging of Nations, London: Routledge, pp. 68-83.  2014.

Scotland

M: Salvage Ethnography in the Financial Sector: The path to economic crisis in Scotland.  Manchester: Manchester University Press.  2017.

A: ‘Nationalism and normality: a comment on the Scottish independence referendum’, Dialectical Anthropology 38(4): 505-512.  2014.

A: ‘National Identity: Banal, Personal, and Embedded’, Nations and Nationalism 13(4): 657-674.  2007.

R: ‘Organisational Identity: Working at the Bank’ Identity Briefing No. 9, Leverhulme research programme on Constitutional Change and Identity.  2006.

A: ‘Big City: Civic Symbolism and Scottish Nationalism’, Scottish Affairs 42: 57-82.  2003.

A: ‘Narrative, Agency and Mood: On the Social Construction of National History in Scotland’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 44(4): 745-769.  2002.

A: ‘Identity, Class and Civil Society in Scotland’s Neonationalism’, Nations and Nationalism 8(1): 15-30.  2002.

C: ‘Scotland’, encyclopaedia article in Countries and their Cultures, 4 volumes, New York: Macmillan Reference USA.  2001.

M: Claiming Scotland: National Identity and Liberal Culture, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2000.

C: ‘The Colony at the Core: Scottish Nationalism and the Rhetoric of Colonialism’, in Anthropology for a Small Planet: Culture and Community in a Global Environment.  A. Marcus, ed. , St. James, New York: Brandywine Press.  Pp. 50-63.  1996.

Civil Society

EV: Contesting Visions of the Civil Society Project.  Special Issue of Critique of Anthropology, 21(4). 2001.

A: ‘Taking Liberties: Contesting Visions of the Civil Society Project’, Critique of Anthropology 21(4): 339-360.  2001.

A: ‘Scottish Nationalism and the Civil Society Concept: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?, PoLAR, the Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 20(1): 32-39.  1997.

Liberal Society

A: ‘Strong and Weak Civic Identity, and the Management of Conflict in Liberal Societies’, in M. Antonsich, E. Mavroudi & S. Mihelj (eds), ‘Building inclusive nations in the age of migration’, comment section of Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 24(2): 156-76.  2017.

EV: Power and Liberal Society. Themed issue of Revue Internationale de Philosophie, No. 275, 1/2016.

A: ‘Inequality, liberal society, and the balance of power’, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, No. 275, 1/2016, pp. 109-128.  2016.

A: ‘The Strength of Weak Legitimacy: a cultural analysis of legitimacy in capitalist, liberal, democratic nation-states’, Journal of Political Power 4(2): 199-216.  2011.

Scottish Enlightenment

A: ‘How to Read the Wealth of Nations (or why the division of labor is more important than competition in Adam Smith)’, Sociological Theory 36(2): 162-184.  2018.

A: ‘Once More with Feeling: The Scottish Enlightenment, Sympathy and Social Welfare’, Ethics and Social Welfare 10(3): 211-223.  2016.

A: ‘Demos before Democracy: Ideas of Nation and Society in Adam Smith’ Journal of Classical Sociology, 15(4): 396-414.  2015.

C: ‘Enlightenment’, in Renewing Democracy in Scotland: an educational sourcebook.  J. Crowther, I. Martin and M. Shaw, eds., National Institute of Adult Continuing Education.  Pp.  13-16.  2002.

A: ‘Scottish Nationalism and the Civil Society Concept: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?, PoLAR, the Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 20(1): 32-39.  1997.

Other

A: ‘The Question of Significance: Tall Ship Sailing and Virtue Development’, with Aaron Marshall and Pete Allison (lead authors), Journal of Moral Education.  2019.

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