Tilly Migration and Inequality

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Charles Tilly- Migration, Inequality and Related Themes (abridged version)
Following is non-exhaustive suggest list of writings by Tilly on migration and/or inequality.
Migration:
1.
1965 “Migration to an American City.” Newark, Delaware: Division of Urban Affairs and School of
Agriculture, University of Delaware. (PDF on website)
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201965_MigrationtoWilmingtonDelaware.pdf
2.
1967 (with C. Harold Brown) "On Uprooting, Kinship, and the Auspices of Migration,"
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 8: 139-164 (PDF on website)
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201967_with%20Brown%20On%20Uprooting_Kinship,_and_t
heAuspicesofMigration.pdf and through Jstor
3.
1968 "Race and Migration to the American City" in James Q. Wilson, ed., The Metropolitan
Enigma. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1968 (UTEP Main Stacks HT123.M43 1968) UTEP
4.
1970 "Migration to American Cities," in Daniel Patrick Moynihan, ed., Toward a National Urban
Policy. New York: Harper
5.
1976. “Cities and Migration.” CRSO Working Paper /I147. Center for Research on Social
Organization. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. Script for television series "Culture,
Community and Identity: An Ethnic Perspective" produced by Wayne State University. Interview of
Charles Tilly by George Coleman.
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201976%20Cities%20and%20Migration%20Television%20Ser
ies.pdf
6.
1978 "Migration in Modern European History," in William McNeill & Ruth Adams, eds., Human
Migration: Patterns, Implications, Policies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press (Draft from 1976
available) (UTEP Main Stacks HB 1951.H84 1978)
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201976%20Migration%20in%20Modern%20European%20Hist
ory%20Dpblue145.pdf and through Deep blue
7.
1989. “Cities and Immigration in North America.” Working Paper No. 88. Center for Studies of
Social Change. New School for Social Research.
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/TILLY%201989%20Cities%20and%20Immigration%20in%20North
%20America.pdf
8.
1990 "Transplanted Networks," in Virginia Yans-McLaughlin, ed., Immigration Reconsidered.
History, Sociology, and Politics. New York: Oxford University Press (UTEP Main Stacks JV 6450.I57
1990) (1986 working draft)
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201986%20Transplanted%20Networks.pdf
9.
2 000 “Chain Migration and Opportunity Hoarding,” in Janina W. Dacyl & Charles Westin, eds.,
Governance of Cultural Diversity. Stockholm: CEIFO [Centre for Research in International Migration and
Ethnic Relations] Reprinted as 2008 “Chain Migration and Opportunity Hoarding.” Identities, Boundaries,
and Social Ties. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers. Whole Book available for purchase at:
http://www.paradigmpublishers.com/books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=123185
Trust Networks:
2004
2005
“Trust and Rule,” Theory and Society 33: 1-30
Trust and Rule. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press;
2007 “Trust Networks in Transnational Migration,” Sociological Forum 22: 3-25
Citizenship:
1995 "Citizenship, Identity and Social History," and "The Emergence of Citizenship in France and
Elsewhere," in Charles Tilly, ed., Citizenship, Identity and Social History. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press. International Review of Social History Supplement 3, published as journal issue and as
separate volume http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0020859000113586 and
http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0020859000113653
1997 “A Primer on Citizenship,” Theory and Society 26: 599-602 (PDF)
1999 "Why Worry About Citizenship?" in Michael P. Hanagan & Charles Tilly, eds., Expanding Citizenship,
Reconfiguring States. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield
(Google Books)
1996. Introduction to The French melting pot: immigration, citizenship, and national identity by Gérard
Noiriel. University of Minnesota Press.
Transnationalism:
2004 “Foreword” in Joe Bandy & Jackie Smith, eds., Coalitions Across Borders. Transnational Protest and
the Neoliberal Order. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman &
Littlefield (Main Stacks HM881 .C63 2005)
Boundaries and Categorical Inequality
1998. Durable Inequality. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
2004. "Social Boundary Mechanisms." Philosophy of the Social Sciences 34:211-236.
2005. Identities, Boundaries, and Social Ties. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
2007. "Poverty and the Politics of Exclusion." in Moving Out of Poverty: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on
Mobility, vol. 1 edited by D. Narayan and P. Petesch. Palgrave Macmillan and the World Bank: New York, NY
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTMOVOUTPOV/Resources/Tilly_Exclusion_021006.pdf
Charles Tilly writings on Migration and/or Inequality
From Tilly CV MARCH 2008 plus a couple of PDF scanned by Ernesto Castañeda
1965
Migration to an American City. Newark, Delaware: Division of Urban Affairs and School of
Agriculture, University of Delaware.
1967
(with C. Harold Brown) "On Uprooting, Kinship, and the Auspices of Migration," International
Journal of Comparative Sociology 8: 139-164
1968
"Race and Migration to the American City" in James Q. Wilson, ed., The Metropolitan Enigma.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press
1970
"Migration to American Cities," in Daniel Patrick Moynihan, ed., Toward a National Urban Policy.
New York: Harper
1976.
“Cities and Migration.” CRSO Working Paper /I147. Center for Research on Social Organization.
University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. Script for television series "Culture,
Community and Identity: An Ethnic Perspective" produced by Wayne State University. Interview
of Charles Tilly by George Coleman.
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/Tilly%201976%20Cities%20and%20Migration%20Television
%20Series.pdf
1978
"Migration in Modern European History," in William McNeill & Ruth Adams, eds., Human Migration:
Patterns, Implications, Policies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press
1985
Big Structures, Large Processes, Huge Comparisons. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Selected
by Choice as one of its "Outstanding Academic Books of 1984-1985". Spanish edition, Madrid:
Alianza, 1991
1989.
“Cities and Immigration in North America.” Working Paper No. 88. Center for Studies of Social
Change. New School for Social Research.
http://faculty.utep.edu/Portals/1858/TILLY%201989%20Cities%20and%20Immigration%20in%2
0North%20America.pdf
1990
"Transplanted Networks," in Virginia Yans-McLaughlin, ed., Immigration Reconsidered.
History, Sociology, and Politics. New York: Oxford University Press
1994
"Stratification and Inequality," pp. 723-728 in Peter N. Stearns, ed., Encyclopedia of Social
History. New York: Garland
(with Chris Tilly) "Capitalist Work and Labor Markets," in Neil J. Smelser & Richard Swedberg,
eds., Handbook of Economic Sociology (Russell Sage Foundation & Princeton University Press)
1995
"Citizenship, Identity and Social History," and "The Emergence of Citizenship in France and
Elsewhere," in Charles Tilly, ed., Citizenship, Identity and Social History. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press. International Review of Social History Supplement 3, published as journal issue
and as separate volume
1997
A Primer on Citizenship,” Theory and Society 26: 599-602
1998
(with Chris Tilly) Work Under Capitalism. Boulder: Westview Press. Korean edition 2006, Hanul
Publishing Co.
Durable Inequality. Berkeley: University of California Press. Spanish-language edition 2000,
Buenos Aires: Manantial; Swedish edition 2000, Lund: Arkiv förlag
"Where Do Rights Come From?" in Theda Skocpol, ed., Democracy, Revolution, and History.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press (revised version of 1992 paper, same title)
1999
"Why Worry About Citizenship?" in Michael P. Hanagan & Charles Tilly, eds., Expanding
Citizenship, Reconfiguring States. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield
“Durable Inequality,” in Phyllis Moen, Donna Dempster-McClain & Henry Walker, eds., A Nation
Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society, Cornell University Press
2000
“Chain Migration and Opportunity Hoarding,” in Janina W. Dacyl & Charles Westin, eds.,
Governance of Cultural Diversity. Stockholm: CEIFO [Centre for Research in International
Migration and Ethnic Relations]
“Relational Studies of Inequality,” Contemporary Sociology 29: 782-785
2001
“Past and Future Inequalities,” Hagar 2: 5-18
“Anthropology Confronts Inequality” (pp. 299-306) and “Relational Origins of Inequality,” (pp.
355-372) in Charles Tilly, ed., special issue on inequality, Anthropological Theory, vol. 1, no. 3
“Justice and Categorical Inequality” [review-essay], Theory, Culture, and Society 18: 129-133
2002
“Changing Forms of Inequality” Sociological Theory 21: 31-36 “Inequality, Democratization, and
De-Democratization,” Sociological Theory 21: 37-43
2004
“Social Boundary Mechanisms,” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 34: 211-236
“Trust and Rule,” Theory and Society 33: 1-30
2005
Trust and Rule. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press;
Identities, Boundaries, and Social Ties. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers
“Historical Perspectives on Inequality” in Mary Romero & Eric Margolis, eds., The Blackwell
Companion to Social Inequalities. Oxford: Blackwell
“Rethinking Inequalities,” Polish Sociological Review 3: 207-220
“Afterword: Political Ethnography as Art and Science,” Qualitative Sociology 29: 409-412;
reprinted in Lauren Joseph, Matthew Mahler & Javier Auyero, eds., New Perspectives in
Political Ethnography (New York: Springer, 2007)
(with Viviana A. Zelizer) “Relations and Categories” in Arthur Markman and Brian Ross, eds.,
Categories in Use. The Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Advances in Research and
Theory, Volume 47 Amsterdam: Elsevier
2007
“Trust Networks in Transnational Migration,” Sociological Forum 22: 3-25
“Unequal Access to Scientific Knowledge,” Journal of Human Development 8: 245-258
“Poverty and the Politics of Exclusion” in Deepa Narayan and Patti Petesch, eds., Moving Out of
Poverty. Volume 1: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Mobility. New York: Palgrave Macmillan and
Washington: World Bank.
2008
Explaining Social Processes. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers.
CHARLES TILLY: RECENT UNPUBLISHED PAPERS, REPORTS, AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN
CIRCULATION OR IN PRESS AND NOT OVERLAPPING SUBSTANTIALLY WITH PUBLISHED
ITEMS, MARCH 2008
2004
“Future Inequalities,” lecture, Concordia University, Montréal
2005
“Boundaries, Inequality, and Violence,” lecture, City University of New York Graduate Center,
October 2005
2006
“Intellectual Fields,” comment, Graduate Student Conference on “Power in Thought and Practice:
50 Years of C. Wright Mills’ The Power Elite,” May 2006
“Social Boundaries and Political Struggle,” lecture, New School for Social Research, May 2006
2007
“Mobility, Inequality, and Democracy,” keynote address for launch of the World Bank’s Moving
Out of Poverty: Cross Disciplinary Perspectives on Mobility, World Bank, Washington DC, 3
October 2007
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