• Publications
  • Influence
From mobilization to revolution
  • C. Tilly
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 1978
El reciente fallecimiento del sociólogo e historiador Charles Tilly (Lombard, Illinois, 1929-Bronx, Nueva York, 2008) puede servir de pretexto para rememorar una trayectoria investigadora sin duda
Dynamics of Contention
Part I. What's the Problem?: 1. What are they shouting about 2. Lineaments of contention 3. Comparisons, mechanisms, and episodes Part II. Tentative Solutions: 4. Mobilizations in comparative
Coercion, Capital, and European States, AD 990–1992
Preface. 1. Cities and States in World History. 2. European Cities and States. 3. How War Made States, and Vice Versa. 4. States and their Citizens. 5. Lineages of the National State. 6. The European
Bringing the State Back In: War Making and State Making as Organized Crime
  • C. Tilly
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 1985
Warning If protection rackets represent organized crime at its smoothest, then war making and state making – quintessential protection rackets with the advantage of legitimacy – qualify as our
Social Movements, 1768-2004
Social Movements as Politics Inventions of the Social Movement Nineteenth-century Adventures Twentieth-century Expansion and Transformation Social Movements Enter the Twenty-first Century
  • C. Tilly
  • BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 20 October 2001
I t i s s a d to write about the work of a scholar of formidable energy and intellectual vitality whose voice has just fallen silent, more especially when those qualities have invigorated several
The Politics of Collective Violence
1. Varieties of violence 2. Violence as politics 3. Trends, variations, and explanations 4. Violent rituals 5. Coordinated destruction 6. Opportunism 7. Brawls 8. Scattered attacks 9. Broken
Coercion, Capital, and European States, A.D. 990-1990
Cities and states in world history European cities and states how war made states, and vice versa states and their citizens lineages of the national state the European state system soldiers and
Popular Contention in Great Britain, 1758-1834.
Part 1 From mutiny to mass mobilization: contention in 1833 what changed and why? what's at issue? contending ideas common action and shared understanding repertoires of contention insistent