Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Velitchkova, Ana. 2015. “World Culture, Uncoupling, Institutional Logics, and Recoupling: Practices and Self-identification as Institutional Microfoundations of Political Violence.” Sociological Forum 30(3): 698-720.

Velitchkova, Ana, Jackie Smith, and Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick. 2009. “Windows on the Ninth World Social Forum in Belém.” Societies without Borders 4:193-208.

Smith, Jackie, Jeffrey Juris, and the Social Forum Research Collective. 2008. “’’We are the ones We Have Been Waiting For’: The U.S. Social Forum in Context.” Mobilization 13(4): 373-394.

R&Rs

Velitchkova, Ana. “Behavior, Morality, and Institutions: A Habitus in Action Model of Political Violence.” (R&R from Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour)

 Manuscripts under Review and in Preparation

Velitchkova, Ana. “Aiming at the Equal Community, Producing Inequality: The Community Logic Meets the Logic of Practice in the Making of the Global Esperanto Field.”

Velitchkova, Ana. “Independent Political Culture behind the Iron Curtain: Explaining the Puzzling Case of the Bulgarian Democratic Transition.”

Velitchkova, Ana. “Global Cultural Stratification.”

Velitchkova, Ana. “Violent and Nonviolent Activist Trajectories: Uncovering the Chilean ‘Encapuchados.’”

Donoso, Sofía, Ana Figueiredo, Francisca Gutiérrez, Gloria Jiménez-Moya, Paula Luengo, and Ana Velitchkova. “In Search of the Happy Activist: When and How Does Collective Action Lead to Subjective Wellbeing?”

Book Reviews

Velitchkova, Ana. 2016. “Social Movement Theory from Latin America.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Velitchkova, Ana. 2015. “Public Shaming and the 21st-Century Crowd.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Public Sociology

Velitchkova, Ana. 2014. “Conversing with Theory, Thinking Globally.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Velitchkova, Ana. 2014. “The Cosmopolitan Migrant.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Velitchkova, Ana. 2014. “The Global Body Politics of Attending the ASA; or the Political Consequences of Mundane Occurrences.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, Notre Dame, Indiana.

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