Professor Bridget Fowler

  • Honorary Professor (Sociology)

Research interests

‌‌Research interests

I am an Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Glasgow, specialising in the sociology of culture, Marxist-feminist thought and social theory more broadly. Like many earlier social theorists, including both Gramsci and the Frankfurt School, I have been puzzled by the relative rarity of a politics of social transformation as a response to social injustice within Western societies. Further, like many Marxist-feminists, I was concerned with the mechanisms underlying the persistent reproduction of patriarchal and other hierarchical forms. Whilst the “dull compulsion of material needs” explains some of the choices and practices made by social actors, I have been convinced that answers need specifically to be sought in terms of the cultural worldviews, ideologies and utopia available to them.

My teaching and research initially was on sociological theory, but approached inventively to interrogate also the social role of certain genres of popular literature. Questions of literary production and consumption – including the social functions of ideology and utopia - were addressed, notably with the aid of an ethnographic reception study, an empirical resource often missing from those who study literary reception from the discipline of the arts (see 1979). The key conceptual framework for this study was drawn from classical sociological theorisations of class, gender, education and literary taste; indeed, this conceptual apparatus continues to be salient to my theoretical concerns, along with analyses of migration, ethnicity and imperialism.

However, by the 1980s - springing from these theoretical issues - a long-term interest was kindled in the pioneering studies of artistic production and consumption offered by the French sociologist and philosopher, Pierre Bourdieu. Bourdieu brought a sociological understanding deeply informed by Marx, Weber and Durkheim to illuminate the secular arts, developing an approach similar to that adopted by these thinkers to evaluate the meanings and social significance of religion. Bourdieu became an engaging subject of sociological study more broadly, too, since I saw his logic of practice - combined with other theories, such as Marx’s - as the most fertile terrain for understanding social action in contemporary globalised capitalist societies.   Indebted profoundly to his memory, I have taken up aspects of his thought in various books and essays.  Perhaps the most well-known have been The Alienated Reader (Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991) and Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Theory: Critical Investigations (Sage, 1997) but see also  Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture (editor) (Blackwell, 2000) and my co-authored research on women and architecture, also deploying Bourdieusian theory (Sociology 2004 (with Fiona Wilson), republished in 2013 in the Architectural Theory Review).

I have also been concerned with collective memory: a controversial and much- debated concept, located at the intersection of history and sociology. I managed to receive financial support and excellent research assistance for this work. The resulting book, The Obituary as Collective Memory was the first to take up Bourdieu’s own interest in academic obituaries, and to apply them to a more general study of cross-national newspaper obituaries in different periods (see Routledge 2007, the article by myself and Esperanza Bielsa (also 2007) and my chapter on academic obituaries in eds Dawson et al 2015).

My interests within the field of social theory extend to assessments of Bourdieu in the light of earlier thinkers, notably the disputed question of his degree of indebtedness to Marx. My own conclusions about this – and indeed perhaps my most succinct presentation of the thinker – appear in Pierre Bourdieu: Unorthodox Marxist (in eds. Susen and Turner, 2011). This essay will be translated into Italian in an edited collection on Bourdieu (ed. Gabriella Paolucci, 2018 forthcoming). In a parallel fashion, I have also explored Bourdieu’s affinity to the thought of Raymond Williams (see 2000) and Norbert Elias (2008), aiming to further illuminate both these figures whom Bourdieu knew well.

Yet whilst I have sought to develop over a long period a thorough, sympathetic but also critical assessment of Bourdieu, I have also addressed independently the achievements of other sociological theorists. Thus, I have contributed in recent years to edited collections on Luc Boltanski (2014) and John Eldridge (2015).  I have also joined others in seeking  to rescue from sociological amnesia the sometimes-derided Marxist sociologist of literature,  Lucien Goldman and the neglected Anglo-Portuguese theorist,  Herminio Martins (see the editorial introduction and an essay in ed Fowler et al Time, Theory and the Critique of Technological Reason: Essays in Honour of Herminio Martins, Palgrave 2018).‌

For the last few years, I have been examining the well-known post- 1970s’ transformations in material conditions, including financialisation, accelerating class inequalities and declining State welfare subsidies: a structural transformation that Bourdieu referred to as “the second conservative revolution”. Given my earlier work, I  am concerned especially with how these changes these have been impacting on the nature and funding of cultural production (see Pierre Bourdieu: The State, Enlightenment and the Scottish Literary Field in eds. L. Adkins et al, Bourdieusian Prospects, Routledge 2017, but this is ongoing research).  Currently, also, I am assessing the important advances made by Gisèle Sapiro, one of Bourdieu’s former PhD students, to our theories of the literary field or “world republic of letters”. Were I to be given the time, I would like to write on all the French sociologists whom he gathered around him.  Sapiro’s distinguished work will come first.


Grants

Grants

  • 2003-5 Leverhulme Trust (£8,373) The Sociology of the Obituary
     
  • 2011 University of Glasgow seedcorn funding (with Dr Robert Gibb): for study of After Bourdieu, Sociology, Critique and the Collective Intellectual
     
  • 2011 University of Glasgow (School of Social and Political Sciences) (with Andrew Smith, Principal Investigator): Poetry Reading in Govan

Supervision

Postgraduate research students

  • Lito Tsitsou
  • Kieran Durkin
  • Alison Eldridge
  • Sylvia Morgan
  • Zujaja Wahaj
  • Tim Winzler

Additional information

Contribution to research activities


Publications

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Number of items: 48.

2018

Castro, J. E., Fowler, B. and Gomes, L. (Eds.) (2018) Time, Science and the Critique of Technological Reason: Essays in Honour of Hermínio Martins. Series: St Antony's series. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783319715186

Fowler, B. (2018) Modernity. In: Kolocotroni, V. and Taxidou, O. (eds.) The Edinburgh Dictionary of Modernism. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 239-241. ISBN 9780748637027

2017

Fowler, B. (2017) Against capital: experiences of class struggle and rethinking revolutionary agency. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 45(1-2), pp. 205-215. (doi:10.1080/03017605.2016.1268759) [Book Review]

Fowler, B. (2017) Pierre Bourdieu: the State, the Enlightenment and the Scottish literary field. In: Adkins, L., Brosnan, C. and Threadgold, S. (eds.) Bourdieusian Prospects. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (210). Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 71-90. ISBN 9781138845084

2016

Fowler, B. (2016) Bourdieu, field of cultural production and cinema: illuminations and blind spots. In: Austin, G. (ed.) New Uses of Bourdieu in Film and Media Studies. Berghahn Books: New York, pp. 13-34. ISBN 9781785331671

2015

Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (Eds.) (2015) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge. Palgrave Macmillan: Hampshire. ISBN 9781137493637

Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (2015) Stretching the sociological imagination in the neo-liberal academy. In: Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (eds.) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge. Palgrave Macmillan: Hampshire, pp. 246-262. ISBN 9781137493637

Fowler, B. (2015) Lucien Goldmann’s key sociological problems and his critical heritage: from the hidden God to the hidden class. In: Law, A. and Lybeck, E. R. (eds.) Sociooigcal Amnesia: Cross-currents in Disciplinary History. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, pp. 105-123. ISBN 9781472442345

2014

Fowler, B. (2014) Figures of descent from classical sociological theory: Luc Boltanski. In: Susen, S. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the "Pragmatic Sociology of Critique". Series: Key issues in modern sociology. Anthem Press: London, pp. 67-90. ISBN 9781783082964

Fowler, B. (2014) Review of Neil Davidson's How Revolutionary were the Bourgeois Revolutions? History of Political Thought, 35(1), pp. 205-209. [Book Review]

2013

Fowler, B. (2013) Simon Susen’s “Bourdieusian Reflections on Language: Unavoidable Conditions of the Real Speech Situation”—A Rejoinder. Social Epistemology, 27(3-4), pp. 250-260. (doi:10.1080/02691728.2013.818735)

2012

Fowler, B. (2012) Pierre Bourdieu, social transformation and 1960s British drama. Theory, Culture and Society, 29(3), pp. 3-24. (doi:10.1177/0263276412441034)

Fowler, B. and Wilson, F.M. (2012) Women architects and their discontents. Architectural Theory Review, 17(2-3), pp. 199-215. (doi:10.1080/13264826.2012.744149)

Fowler, B. (2012) Catherine Cookson, Pierre Bourdieu and the division of the literary field. In: Taddeo, J. A. (ed.) Catherine Cookson Country: On the Borders of Legitimacy, Fiction and History. Ashgate: Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9781409405801

Fowler, B. (2012) Why knowledge of nuclear fission might not be like original sin. In: Vinthagen, S., Kenrick, J. and Mason, K. (eds.) Tackling Trident: Academic in Action Through 'Academic Conference Blockades'. Series: Resistance studies. Irene Publishing, pp. 228-235. ISBN 9781471751042

2011

Fowler, B. (2011) Pierre Bourdieu: unorthodox Marxist? In: Susen, S. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu: Critical Essays. Series: Key issues in modern sociology. Anthem Press: London, pp. 33-57. ISBN 9780857287687

2009

Fowler, B. (2009) The Recognition/Redistribution Debate and Bourdieu's Theory of Practice Problems of Interpretation. Theory, Culture and Society, 26(1), pp. 144-156. (doi:10.1177/0263276408099020)

2008

Fowler, B. (2008) Pierre Bourdieu und Norbert Elias uber symbolische und Physische Gewalt. In: Schmidt, R. and Woltersdorff, V. (eds.) Symbolische Gewalt: Herrschaftsanalyse nach Pierre Bourdieu. Verlagsgesellschaft. ISBN 9783867641210

2007

Fowler, B. (2007) Clashing Interpretations of Bourdieu's Theory of Practice. Journal of Classical Sociology, 7(3), pp. 367-373.

Fowler, B. and Bielsa, E. (2007) The lives we choose to remember: a quantitative analysis of newspaper obituaries. Sociological Review, 55(2), pp. 203-226.

Fowler, B. (2007) The Obituary as Collective Memory. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (27). Routledge: New York, USA. ISBN 9780415364935

Fowler, B. (2007) Collective memory (social change). In: Ritzer, G. (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Publishing: Malden, MA ; Oxford, pp. 590-593. ISBN 9781405124331

Fowler, B. (2007) Collective memory and forgetting : components for a study of obituaries. In: Mitchell, M. (ed.) Remember Me: Constructing Immortality - Beliefs on Immortality, Life, and Death. Routledge: London, pp. 63-84. ISBN 9780415954846

2006

Fowler, B. (2006) Autonomy, Reciprocity and Science in the Thought of Pierre Bourdieu. Theory, Culture and Society, 23(6), pp. 99-117.

2005

Fowler, B. (2005) Collective Memory and Forgetting: Components for a Study of Obituaries. Theory, Culture and Society, 22(6), pp. 53-72.

Fowler, B. (2005) Mapping the obituary: notes towards a Bourdieusian interpretation. Sociological Review Monograph, 52, pp. 148-171. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-954X.2005.00529.x)

Fowler, B. (2005) La photographie et l'elitisme aristocratique. In: Dubois, J., Durand, P. and Winkin, Y. (eds.) Le Symbolique et le Social. Series: Sociopolis. Editions de l'Université de Liège: Liège, Belgium, pp. 53-64. ISBN 9782930322933

2004

Fowler, B. and Wilson, F. (2004) Women architects and their discontents. Sociology, 38(1), pp. 101-119. (doi:10.1177/0038038504039363)

2003

Fowler, B. (2003) A Note on Nick Zangwill's 'Against the Sociology of Art'. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 33(3), pp. 363-374.

Fowler, B. (2003) Reading Pierre Bourdieu's Masculine Domination: Notes towards an Intersectional Analysis of Gender, Culture and Class. Cultural Studies, 17(40271), pp. 468-494.

Fowler, B. (2003) Pierre Bourdieu. In: Murray, C. (ed.) Key Writers on Art: The Twentieth Century. Series: Routledge key guides. Routledge: London, UK, 48 -53. ISBN 9780415222013

2002

Fowler, B. (2002) Obituary for Pierre Bourdieu. Independent, 01 Feb.

Fowler, B. (2002) On Fetishism, ghosts and state magic: the communist Manifesto, Derrida's the Spectres of Marx and Bourdieu's the state nobility. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 30(1), pp. 197-209. (doi:10.1080/03017600508413482)

2001

Fowler, B. (2001) La dominaci¾n masculina en la obra de Pierre Bourdieu. Guaraguao: Revista de Cultura Latinoamericana, 13, pp. 64-87.

Fowler, B. (2001) Pierre Bourdieu. In: Elliott, A. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) Profiles in Contemporary Social Theory. SAGE: London, pp. 315-326. ISBN 9780761965886

2000

Fowler, B. (2000) A sociological analysis of the Satanic Verses Affair. Theory, Culture and Society, 17(1), pp. 39-61. (doi:10.1177/02632760022050997)

Fowler, B. (2000) Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture. Series: Sociological review monograph. Blackwell / The Sociological Review: Oxford. ISBN 9780631221869

Fowler, B. (2000) The cultural theory of Bourdieu and Williams. Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 3, pp. 109-128.

1999

Fowler, B. (1999) Some critical issues in Bourdieu’s sociology of culture. In: Grenfell, M. and Kelly, M. (eds.) Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture, and Education: Theory Into Practice. Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 107-116. ISBN 9783906763026

1997

Fowler, B. (1997) Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Theory: Critical Investigations. Series: Theory, culture and society. Sage: London. ISBN 9780803976252

1996

Fowler, B. (1996) An introduction to Pierre Bourdieu's `Understanding'. Theory, Culture and Society, 13(2), pp. 1-16. (doi:10.1177/026327696013002001)

1995

Fowler, B. (1995) Literature beyond modernism: middlebrow and popular romance. In: Pearce, L. and Stacey, J. (eds.) Romance Revisited. Lawrence and Wishart: London, pp. 78-89. ISBN 9780853158059

1994

Fowler, B. (1994) The hegemonic work of art in the age of electronic reproduction: an assessment of Pierre Bourdieu. Theory, Culture and Society, 11(1), pp. 129-154. (doi:10.1177/026327694011001008)

1991

Fowler, B. (1991) The Alienated Reader: Women and Romantic Literature in the Twentieth Century. Harvester Weatsheaf: London. ISBN 9780745002491

1987

Fowler, B. (1987) The ‘canon’ and Marxist theories of literature. Cultural Studies, 1(2), pp. 162-178. (doi:10.1080/09502388700490121)

1984

Fowler, B. (1984) True to me always: an analysis of women’s magazine fiction. In: Pawling, C. (ed.) Popular Fiction and Social Change. Macmillan: London, pp. 99-127. ISBN 9780333343197

1979

Fowler, B. (1979) 'Trust to me always': an analysis of women's magazine fiction. British Journal of Sociology, 30(1), pp. 91-119. (doi:10.2307/589503)

1977

Fowler, B., Littlewood, B. and Madigan, R. (1977) Immigrant school leavers and the search for work. Sociology, 11(1), pp. 65-85. (doi:10.1177/003803857701100104)

This list was generated on Wed Jan 16 05:47:11 2019 GMT.
Number of items: 48.

Articles

Fowler, B. (2013) Simon Susen’s “Bourdieusian Reflections on Language: Unavoidable Conditions of the Real Speech Situation”—A Rejoinder. Social Epistemology, 27(3-4), pp. 250-260. (doi:10.1080/02691728.2013.818735)

Fowler, B. (2012) Pierre Bourdieu, social transformation and 1960s British drama. Theory, Culture and Society, 29(3), pp. 3-24. (doi:10.1177/0263276412441034)

Fowler, B. and Wilson, F.M. (2012) Women architects and their discontents. Architectural Theory Review, 17(2-3), pp. 199-215. (doi:10.1080/13264826.2012.744149)

Fowler, B. (2009) The Recognition/Redistribution Debate and Bourdieu's Theory of Practice Problems of Interpretation. Theory, Culture and Society, 26(1), pp. 144-156. (doi:10.1177/0263276408099020)

Fowler, B. (2007) Clashing Interpretations of Bourdieu's Theory of Practice. Journal of Classical Sociology, 7(3), pp. 367-373.

Fowler, B. and Bielsa, E. (2007) The lives we choose to remember: a quantitative analysis of newspaper obituaries. Sociological Review, 55(2), pp. 203-226.

Fowler, B. (2006) Autonomy, Reciprocity and Science in the Thought of Pierre Bourdieu. Theory, Culture and Society, 23(6), pp. 99-117.

Fowler, B. (2005) Collective Memory and Forgetting: Components for a Study of Obituaries. Theory, Culture and Society, 22(6), pp. 53-72.

Fowler, B. (2005) Mapping the obituary: notes towards a Bourdieusian interpretation. Sociological Review Monograph, 52, pp. 148-171. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-954X.2005.00529.x)

Fowler, B. and Wilson, F. (2004) Women architects and their discontents. Sociology, 38(1), pp. 101-119. (doi:10.1177/0038038504039363)

Fowler, B. (2003) A Note on Nick Zangwill's 'Against the Sociology of Art'. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 33(3), pp. 363-374.

Fowler, B. (2003) Reading Pierre Bourdieu's Masculine Domination: Notes towards an Intersectional Analysis of Gender, Culture and Class. Cultural Studies, 17(40271), pp. 468-494.

Fowler, B. (2002) Obituary for Pierre Bourdieu. Independent, 01 Feb.

Fowler, B. (2002) On Fetishism, ghosts and state magic: the communist Manifesto, Derrida's the Spectres of Marx and Bourdieu's the state nobility. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 30(1), pp. 197-209. (doi:10.1080/03017600508413482)

Fowler, B. (2001) La dominaci¾n masculina en la obra de Pierre Bourdieu. Guaraguao: Revista de Cultura Latinoamericana, 13, pp. 64-87.

Fowler, B. (2000) A sociological analysis of the Satanic Verses Affair. Theory, Culture and Society, 17(1), pp. 39-61. (doi:10.1177/02632760022050997)

Fowler, B. (2000) The cultural theory of Bourdieu and Williams. Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 3, pp. 109-128.

Fowler, B. (1996) An introduction to Pierre Bourdieu's `Understanding'. Theory, Culture and Society, 13(2), pp. 1-16. (doi:10.1177/026327696013002001)

Fowler, B. (1994) The hegemonic work of art in the age of electronic reproduction: an assessment of Pierre Bourdieu. Theory, Culture and Society, 11(1), pp. 129-154. (doi:10.1177/026327694011001008)

Fowler, B. (1987) The ‘canon’ and Marxist theories of literature. Cultural Studies, 1(2), pp. 162-178. (doi:10.1080/09502388700490121)

Fowler, B. (1979) 'Trust to me always': an analysis of women's magazine fiction. British Journal of Sociology, 30(1), pp. 91-119. (doi:10.2307/589503)

Fowler, B., Littlewood, B. and Madigan, R. (1977) Immigrant school leavers and the search for work. Sociology, 11(1), pp. 65-85. (doi:10.1177/003803857701100104)

Books

Fowler, B. (2007) The Obituary as Collective Memory. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (27). Routledge: New York, USA. ISBN 9780415364935

Fowler, B. (2000) Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture. Series: Sociological review monograph. Blackwell / The Sociological Review: Oxford. ISBN 9780631221869

Fowler, B. (1997) Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Theory: Critical Investigations. Series: Theory, culture and society. Sage: London. ISBN 9780803976252

Fowler, B. (1991) The Alienated Reader: Women and Romantic Literature in the Twentieth Century. Harvester Weatsheaf: London. ISBN 9780745002491

Book Sections

Fowler, B. (2018) Modernity. In: Kolocotroni, V. and Taxidou, O. (eds.) The Edinburgh Dictionary of Modernism. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 239-241. ISBN 9780748637027

Fowler, B. (2017) Pierre Bourdieu: the State, the Enlightenment and the Scottish literary field. In: Adkins, L., Brosnan, C. and Threadgold, S. (eds.) Bourdieusian Prospects. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (210). Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 71-90. ISBN 9781138845084

Fowler, B. (2016) Bourdieu, field of cultural production and cinema: illuminations and blind spots. In: Austin, G. (ed.) New Uses of Bourdieu in Film and Media Studies. Berghahn Books: New York, pp. 13-34. ISBN 9781785331671

Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (2015) Stretching the sociological imagination in the neo-liberal academy. In: Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (eds.) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge. Palgrave Macmillan: Hampshire, pp. 246-262. ISBN 9781137493637

Fowler, B. (2015) Lucien Goldmann’s key sociological problems and his critical heritage: from the hidden God to the hidden class. In: Law, A. and Lybeck, E. R. (eds.) Sociooigcal Amnesia: Cross-currents in Disciplinary History. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, pp. 105-123. ISBN 9781472442345

Fowler, B. (2014) Figures of descent from classical sociological theory: Luc Boltanski. In: Susen, S. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the "Pragmatic Sociology of Critique". Series: Key issues in modern sociology. Anthem Press: London, pp. 67-90. ISBN 9781783082964

Fowler, B. (2012) Catherine Cookson, Pierre Bourdieu and the division of the literary field. In: Taddeo, J. A. (ed.) Catherine Cookson Country: On the Borders of Legitimacy, Fiction and History. Ashgate: Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9781409405801

Fowler, B. (2012) Why knowledge of nuclear fission might not be like original sin. In: Vinthagen, S., Kenrick, J. and Mason, K. (eds.) Tackling Trident: Academic in Action Through 'Academic Conference Blockades'. Series: Resistance studies. Irene Publishing, pp. 228-235. ISBN 9781471751042

Fowler, B. (2011) Pierre Bourdieu: unorthodox Marxist? In: Susen, S. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu: Critical Essays. Series: Key issues in modern sociology. Anthem Press: London, pp. 33-57. ISBN 9780857287687

Fowler, B. (2008) Pierre Bourdieu und Norbert Elias uber symbolische und Physische Gewalt. In: Schmidt, R. and Woltersdorff, V. (eds.) Symbolische Gewalt: Herrschaftsanalyse nach Pierre Bourdieu. Verlagsgesellschaft. ISBN 9783867641210

Fowler, B. (2007) Collective memory (social change). In: Ritzer, G. (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Publishing: Malden, MA ; Oxford, pp. 590-593. ISBN 9781405124331

Fowler, B. (2007) Collective memory and forgetting : components for a study of obituaries. In: Mitchell, M. (ed.) Remember Me: Constructing Immortality - Beliefs on Immortality, Life, and Death. Routledge: London, pp. 63-84. ISBN 9780415954846

Fowler, B. (2005) La photographie et l'elitisme aristocratique. In: Dubois, J., Durand, P. and Winkin, Y. (eds.) Le Symbolique et le Social. Series: Sociopolis. Editions de l'Université de Liège: Liège, Belgium, pp. 53-64. ISBN 9782930322933

Fowler, B. (2003) Pierre Bourdieu. In: Murray, C. (ed.) Key Writers on Art: The Twentieth Century. Series: Routledge key guides. Routledge: London, UK, 48 -53. ISBN 9780415222013

Fowler, B. (2001) Pierre Bourdieu. In: Elliott, A. and Turner, B. S. (eds.) Profiles in Contemporary Social Theory. SAGE: London, pp. 315-326. ISBN 9780761965886

Fowler, B. (1999) Some critical issues in Bourdieu’s sociology of culture. In: Grenfell, M. and Kelly, M. (eds.) Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture, and Education: Theory Into Practice. Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 107-116. ISBN 9783906763026

Fowler, B. (1995) Literature beyond modernism: middlebrow and popular romance. In: Pearce, L. and Stacey, J. (eds.) Romance Revisited. Lawrence and Wishart: London, pp. 78-89. ISBN 9780853158059

Fowler, B. (1984) True to me always: an analysis of women’s magazine fiction. In: Pawling, C. (ed.) Popular Fiction and Social Change. Macmillan: London, pp. 99-127. ISBN 9780333343197

Book Reviews

Fowler, B. (2017) Against capital: experiences of class struggle and rethinking revolutionary agency. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 45(1-2), pp. 205-215. (doi:10.1080/03017605.2016.1268759) [Book Review]

Fowler, B. (2014) Review of Neil Davidson's How Revolutionary were the Bourgeois Revolutions? History of Political Thought, 35(1), pp. 205-209. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Castro, J. E., Fowler, B. and Gomes, L. (Eds.) (2018) Time, Science and the Critique of Technological Reason: Essays in Honour of Hermínio Martins. Series: St Antony's series. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783319715186

Dawson, M., Fowler, B., Miller, D. and Smith, A. (Eds.) (2015) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge. Palgrave Macmillan: Hampshire. ISBN 9781137493637

This list was generated on Wed Jan 16 05:47:11 2019 GMT.