please email me at iar2c [at] virginia [dot] edu if you cannot access the paywalled journal articles but would nonetheless like to read them.
meaning and modularity: the multivalence of ‘mechanism’ in sociological explanation. with Carly Knight. Sociological Theory. 37 (3): 234-256, 2019.
performative state-formation in the early american republic. American Sociological Review. 84 (2): 334-367, 2019.
the king’s two bodies and the crisis of liberal modernity. Hedgehog Review, 21 (3), 2019.
jefferson’s two bodies: interpretations of a statue at the university of virginia. pp. 64-84 in #Charlottesville: Before and Beyond. New York: Public Seminar Books, 2018.
agency, power, modernity: a manifesto for social theory. with Michael Weinman. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 6(1): 6-50, 2018.
chains of power and their representation. Sociological Theory, 35 (2): 87-117, 2017.
hartmut rosa’s project for critical theory. Thesis Eleven, 133 (1): 122-129, 2016.
between structural breakdown and crisis action: interpretation in the whiskey rebellion and the salem witch trials. Critical Historical Studies. 3(1): 27-64, 2016.
what is interpretive explanation in sociohistorical analysis? pp. 42-67 in Inheriting Gadamer: New Directions in Philosophical Hermeneutics, edited by Georgia Warnke. Edinburgh University Press.
can there be a bourdieusian theory of crisis? History and Theory, 54 (2): 269-276, 2015.
deep culture in action: resignification, synecdoche, and metanarrative in the moral panic of the salem witch trials, Theory and Society, 44(1): 65-94, 2015.
the unsettlement of communities of inquiry. with Mayer N. Zald in Theorizing in the Social Sciences, edited by Richard Swedberg, Stanford University Press, 2014.
charismatic performance: a study of bacon’s rebellion. American Journal of Cultural Sociology, 1 (2): 1-35, 2013.