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Capitalism and the Emergence of Civic Equality in Eighteenth-Century France

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Spring 2021 Critical Historical Studies Now Available

New Titles from Chicago Studies in Practices of Meaning

Cover of William H. Sewell Jr.'s book Capitalism and the Emergence of Civic Equality in Eighteenth-Century France

Capitalism and the Emergence of Civic Equality in Eighteenth-Century France

New Issue of Critical Historical Studies

Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation

Social Theory and Social Transformation: A Conference in Honor of William H. Sewell, Jr.

Global Crisis: Rethinking Economy and Society

Critical Historical Studies

Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Work

3CT Inaugural Symposium: Theorizing the Present

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Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation

New Issue of Critical Historical Studies

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Congratulations to 3CT Fellow Bill Sewell!

Work: Photographs by Bill Sewell

Critical Historical Studies Launch Party

The Calling of History

The Capitalization of Nature, or, The Limits of Historical Nature

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William H. Sewell Jr.

10 Years of Theory

Returning to Basics: Critique and Crisis

History, Social Theory, and Capitalism

The ongoing global economic crisis poses a serious challenge to our understanding of large-scale social processes and, hence, of our own historical circumstances. History, Social Theory, and Capitalism seeks to interrogate the relation of social and economic inquiry to changes in the large-scale configurations of society, economy and polity.