PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS 

Go, Julian. 2011. Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires, 1688 to the Present. Cambridge University Press. Go to book page
                Winner, American Sociological Association, Best Book in Global and             Transnational Sociology (2012)
                     Winner American Political Science Association, J. David Greenstone Book Award for the Best Book in Politics and History in 2010 and 2011 (2012)
                    “Outstanding Academic Title” Choice Magazine (2012)



Go, Julian. 2008. American Empire and the Politics of Meaning: US Colonialism and Political Culture in Puerto Rico and the Philippines. Duke University Press (Asia Edition: Ateneo de Manila University Press) 
                Co-Winner, Mary Douglas Prize for Best Book of the Year, American Sociological Association, Section on the Sociology of Culture
                Finalist, 28th Annual National Book Awards of the Philippines given by the Philippine National Book Development Board and the Manila Critics Circle


Edited Books

Go, Julian (ed.). In Press. More American Than We Admit: the Influence of American Culture on the Philippines. Manila: Vidal Publishing House.

Go, Julian and Anne Foster (eds.). 2003. The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives. Duke University Press

Special Journal Issues
Go, Julian. 2013. Postcolonial Sociology (A Special Volume of Political Power & Social Theory). Emerald Publishing Ltd. 

Go, Julian (guest editor, with Diane E. Davis). 2009. “Empires and Colonialisms” special section of Political Power and Social Theory: An Annual Review. Emerald Press


PUBLICATIONS: REFEREED ARTICLES

Go, Julian. Forthcoming (scheduled for 2014). “Beyond Metrocentrism: Empire and Globalism in Early US Sociology.” Journal of Classical Sociology 14(2) 


_________. In Press. “Occluding the Global: Analytic Bifurcation, Causal Scientism, and Alternatives in Historical Sociology.“ Forthcoming. Journal of Globalization Studies (accepted December 2012; scheduled for publication in 2013)

_________. 2013. “Introduction: Entangling Postcoloniality and Sociological Thought” Political Power and Social Theory: Postcolonial Sociologies (A Special Volume) 24: 3-31.
 
 _________. 2013. “For a Postcolonial Sociology.” Theory and Society. 42(1): 25-55. 

_________. 2013. “Fanon’s Postcolonial Cosmopolitanism.” European Journal of Social Theory 16(2): 208-225

_________. 2013. “Decolonizing Bourdieu: Colonial and Postcolonial Theory in Pierre Bourdieu’s Early Work.” Sociological Theory 31(1): 49-74.

_________. 2009. “The New Sociology of Empire and Colonialism.” Sociology Compass 3: 1-14.

_________. 2008. “Global Fields and Imperial Forms: Field Theory and the US and British Empires.” Sociological Theory 26(3): 201-229.

_________. 2007. “The Provinciality of American Empire: ‘Liberal Exceptionalism and US Colonial Rule.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 49 (1): 74-108.

________. 2007. “Waves of American Empire, 1787-2003: US Hegemony and Imperialistic Activity from the Shores of Tripoli to Iraq.” International Sociology 22(1): 5-40.

________. 2004. "'Racism' and Colonialism: Meanings of Difference and Ruling Practices in America's Pacific Empire." Qualitative Sociology 27(1): 35-58.
 
________. 2003. “A Globalizing Constitutionalism? Views from the Postcolony, 1945-2000” International Sociology 18(1): 71-95.
Reprinted in Constitutionalism and Political Reconstruction, ed. Said Arjomand. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2007.

________. 2002. "Modeling the State: Postcolonial Constitutions in Africa and Asia." Southeast Asian Studies 39 (4): 557-584.
Reprinted in Making a World After Empire, ed. Christopher Lee. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2010.

________. 2000. "Chains of Empire, Projects of State: Colonial State-Building in Puerto Rico and the Philippines." Comparative Studies in Society and History 42(2): 332-362.
Reprinted in Julian Go and Anne Foster, eds., The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives. Duke University Press, 2003.

________. 1999. "Colonial Reception and Cultural Reproduction: Filipino Elite Response to U.S. Colonialism." Journal of Historical Sociology 12 (1): 337-368.

________. 1998. "El Cuerpo, Razon, and Kapangyarihan (The Body, Reason, and Power): Filipino Elite Cosmologies of State." Asian Studies 34 (1): 146-193

________. 1997. "Democracy, Domestication, and Doubling in the U.S. Colonial Philippines." POLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review (Journal of the Association of Political and Legal Anthropology, American Anthropological Association) 20(1): 50-61.

_________. 1996. "Inventing Industrial Accident Insurance: The Discourse of Workers' Compensation in the United States, 1880s-1910s." Social Science History 20(3): 401-438.

PUBLICATIONS: BOOK CHAPTERS
________. In Press. “Crossing Empire: Anti-Imperialism in the United States Territories, 1898-1950s“ for Jay Sexton and Ian Tyrell (eds.), Varieties of American Anti-Imperialisms. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

________. In Press. “Qualitative Methodology: Comparing Societies“ in Sasaki Masamchi, ed., The Concise Encyclopedia of Comparative Sociology. Leiden: Brill. (scheduled for publication in 2013)

________. 2013. “Sociology’s Imperial Unconscious: Early American Sociology in a Global Context” pp. 83-105 in George Steinmetz, ed., Sociology and Empire. Durham: Duke University Press.

________. 2012. “Entangled Empires: Transitions to the American Era“ Pp. 335-343 in Alfred McCoy, ed., Eclipse of Empires. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press

________. 2011. “American Imperial Identity and the Philippine Experience” in The Philippines and Japan in America’s Shadow, ed. Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano. National University of Singapore Press
Japanese translation published by Hosei University Press, Tokyo

________.2008. “Governmentality and Political Meaning in the late Nineteenth-Century Philippines” in Isaac Donoso (ed.), More Hispanic Than We Think. Manila: Vibal Publishing House.

________. 2005. “Imperial Power and its Limits: America’s Colonial Empire" in Lessons of Empire, Craig Calhoun, Frederick Cooper, and Kevin W. Moore (eds). New York: the New Press 
Reprinted as "America's Colonial Empire: the Limits of Power." Items & Issues (Quarterly of the Social Science Research Council) 2004, 4(4).

 ________. 2005. "Modes of Rule in America's Overseas Empire: the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Guam and Samoa," in The Louisiana Purchase and American Expansion, eds. Sanford Levinson and Bartholomew Sparrow. Rowan & Littlefield.

________. 2003. "Introduction: Global Perspectives on the U.S. Colonial State in the Philippines" in Julian Go and Anne Foster, The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives. Duke University Press.

Reprints
Go, Julian. 2010. "Modeling the State: Postcolonial Constitutions in Africa and Asia." in Making a World After Empire, ed. Christopher Lee. Athens: Ohio University Press. Originally Southeast Asian Studies 39 (4): 557-584., 2002.

Go, Julian. 2007. “A Globalizing Constitutionalism? Views from the Postcolony, 1945-2000” Constitutionalism and Political Reconstruction, ed. Said Arjomand. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers. Originally International Sociology 18(1): 71-95, 2003.


PUBLICATIONS: ENTRIES, BOOK REVIEWS, NON-REFEREED ARTICLES
Go, Julian. 2013. “Enter Postcolonial Theory.“ Perspectives: Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section 35(1): 1-2,6.

________. 2013. Book Review of Clash of Ideas in World Politics: Transnational Networks, States, and Regime Change, 1510-2010 by John Owen. Journal of World Systems Research 19(1)

________. 2012. “Letter from the Chair: Globalizing Comparative-Historical Sociology“ Trajectories: Newsletter of the Comparative-Historical Section of the American Sociological Association

________. 2010. Book Review of Along the Archival Grain by Laura Ann Stoler, Pacific Affairs 83(3): 557-559

 ________. 2010. Book Review of Lineages of Despotism and Development, by Matthew Lange, American Journal of Sociology 115 (6): 1940-1943.

________. 2009. Book Review and Interview, Karen Barkey’s Empire of Difference. Trajectories: Newsletter of the Comparative-Historical Section of the American Sociological Association 20 (Spring).

________. 2006. “Entering Historical Sociology beyond the ‘Second Wave’” Trajectories: Newsletter of the Comparative-Historical Section of the American Sociological Association 17 (Fall).

________. 2006. “Disobedient Generation?” Perspectives: Newsletter of the Theory Section of the American Sociological Association 28(4).

________. 2006. "Colonialism" in George Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Publishing.

________. 2006. "Decolonization" in George Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Publishing.

________. 2006. "Postcolonial theory" in Bryan Turner (ed.), The Cambridge Dictionary of Sociology. Cambridge University Press.

________. 2006. "Syncretism" in Bryan Turner (ed.), The Cambridge Dictionary of Sociology. Cambridge University Press.

________. 2005. Review Essay of A. Kaplan’s Anarchy of Empire and J. Dauny’s Puerto Rican Nation on the Move. Social History 30(1): 101-103.


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