Bourdieu, Historicity, and Historical Sociology

@article{Steinmetz2011BourdieuHA,
  title={Bourdieu, Historicity, and Historical Sociology},
  author={G. Steinmetz},
  journal={Cultural Sociology},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={45 - 66}
}
  • G. Steinmetz
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Cultural Sociology
  • This article examines Bourdieu’s contributions to history and historical sociology. Bourdieu has often been misread as an ahistorical ‘reproduction theorist’ whose work does not allow for diachronic change or human agency. The article argues that both reproduction and social change, constraint and freedom, are at the heart of Bourdieu’s project. Bourdieu’s key concepts — habitus, field, cultural and symbolic capital — are all inherently historical. Bourdieu deploys his basic categories using a… CONTINUE READING

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