Frontiers of Global Sociology
Research Perspectives for the 21st Century
Over fifty social scientists from two dozen different countries explore the frontiers of global sociology. Taken together, they provide a sociological kaleidoscope for research in the 21st Century.
The authors include: Tuba I. Agartan (USA), Fátima Assunção (Portugal), Tova Benski (Israel), Debby Bonnin (South Africa), Jeffrey Broadbent (USA), Doris Buehler-Niederberger (Germany), Helena Carreiras (Portugal), Catherine Casey (UK), Douglas Constance (USA), Christiana Constantinopoulou (Greece), Tiago Correia (Portugal), Isabel da Costa (France), Gary Dworkin (USA), Charlotte Fabiansson (Australia), Robert M. Fishman (Spain), Helena Flam (Germany), Steve Fuller (UK), Javier Pablo Hermo (Argentina), John David Horne (UK), Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova (Russia), Yuri Kazepov (Austria), Reiner Keller (Germany), Ellen Kuhlmann (Sweden), Lauren Langman (USA), Monika Lengauer (Germany), Kelvin Low (Singapore), Timothy W. Luke (USA), Wolfram Manzenreiter (Austria), Paulo Menezes (Brazil), Stephen Mennell (Ireland), Claudia Mitchell (Canada), Eric Mykhalovskiy (Canada), Eleni Nina-Pazarzi (Greece), Emmanuele Pavolini (Italy), Geoffrey Pleyers (Belgium), Amelie Quesnel-Vallee (Canada), Rhoda Reddock (Trinidad and Tobago), Gabriele Rosenthal (Germany), Julia Rozanova (USA), Shaun Ruggunan (South Africa), Helen Sampson (UK), Hanno Scholtz (Switzerland), Ulrike M.M. Schuerkens (France), Markus S. Schulz (USA), Bernard Scott (Germany), Virendra P. Singh (India), James Spickard (USA), Jan Stets (USA), Raf Vanderstraeten (Belgium), Ruut Veenhoven (Netherlands), Marios Vryonides (Cyprus), and Nira Yuval-Davis (UK).
The editor Markus S. Schulz is Vice-President for Research of the International Sociological Association (ISA) and President of the Third ISA Forum of Sociology.