New Publication by Phil Gorski and Gülay Türkmen-Dervişoğlu

Annual Review of Sociology
Department News
July 20, 2013

Professor Phil Gorski and PhD student Gülay Türkmen-Dervişoğlu have a new article published in the Annual Review of Sociology on religion, nationalism, and violence. In it they consider fractured scholarship across disciplines and theoretical approaches, and argue that “a coherent synthesis capable of adequately accounting for religious-nationalist violence must not only integrate  micro and macro, cultural and strategic approaches; it must also include a meso level of elite conflict and boundary maintenance and treat the religious field as potentially autonomous from the cultural field.” Congratulations Phil and Gülay!