HOMO ACADEMICUS

The following is a list of the articles on Homo Academicus (Pierre Bourdieu, 1990), that were published during the Winter semester of the 2014-2o15 academic year, in the order in which they were published online. Each review is of the book as a whole, rather than chapter by chapter as is the case with edited volumes which we reviewed. Since this book will be reviewed again, by a different cohort of seminar participants in the 2015-2016 academic year, a second list will appear below.

Winter (2014-2015 academic year)

  1. Second Book: HOMO ACADEMICUS
  2. The Reproduction of Anthropology
  3. I’ll Show You My Episteme If You Show Me Yours (Or Even If You Don’t): A Review of Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus
  4. Pierre Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus: Objectifying the Academic Object
  5. Paradoxical Praxis: Mobilizing Sociological Obscurity against Obscure Sociology
  6. Pierre Bourdieu and the 2012 Quebec Student Strike: The Limitations of Theory and its Pessimistic Lessons
  7. Marks as an Indicator of Class? A Critique of Bourdieu’s Analysis of Academic Marking
  8. Barbarians Knocking: Bourdieu, ’68, and the Demand for Demands
  9. The Big Shiny Mirror that Bourdieu is Holding Up to Academia, Sociology, Himself and All of Us

Fall (2015-2016 academic year)–for which reviews were published chapter by chapter than for the book as a whole, presented below in accordance with the original order of the chapters in the book:

  1. Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus, Commentary on the Preface and Chapter 1
  2. Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus: Commentary on Chapter 2
  3. Bourdieu Chapter 3
  4. Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus: Commentary on Chapter 4
  5. Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus: Commentary on Chapter 5
  6. Bourdieu’s Homo Academicus: A Commentary on the Postscript

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