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Craig Browne

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    About The Author

    Craig Browne is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney. He is currently the Vice Chair of the European Sociological Association, Research Network on Social Theory, RN29, a member of the boards of the International Sociological Association, Research Committee on Sociological Theory, RC16, and the ISA Research Committee on Concepts and Terminological Analysis, RC35, and he was from 2013 to 2016 the co-convener of the The Australian Sociological Association Thematic Group on Social Theory, which he founded with Suzi Adams and Eduardo de la Fuente. His research interests include critique, praxis philosophy, social imaginaries, creative democracy, intersubjectivity and social change. He edited, with Justine McGill, Violence in France and Australia: Disorder in the Post-Colonial Welfare State, Sydney University Press, 2010. He guested edited a Special Issue of Thesis Eleven on the work of Luc Boltanski in 2014. His recent publications include ‘Between Creative Democracy and Democratic Creativity’, V. Karalis (ed.) Castoriadis and Radical Democracy, Brill, 2014, ‘Critiques of Identity and the Permutations of the Capitalist Imaginary’, Social Imaginaries 2016, 2(1) and ‘From the Philosophy of Praxis to the Sociology of Practice’, in M. Jonas et. al. (ed.) Praxeological Political Analysis, Routledge, 2017.

    Acknowledgements

    There are far too many friends and colleagues that I would like to thank for their support than I can mention here. I hope that this book reflects my long-term engagement with Critical Social Theory and I would like to acknowledge the contributions to my intellectual project of Maria Márkus, Johann P. Arnason, Richard Bernstein, William Outhwaite, Peter Murphy, Peter Beilharz, John Rundell, Paul Blokker, Colin Cremin, Suzi Adams, Jeremy Smith, Gilles Verpraet, Rob Stones, Nick Turnbull, Michael Pusey, Pauline Johnson, Nick Smith, Jean-Philippe Deranty, Eduardo de la Fuente and Yoshikazu Fujisawa. I would like to thank Luc Boltanski, Anthony Giddens, Hans Joas, and Peter Wagner for the research interviews that I conducted with them. I am most grateful for the work of everyone involved with this project at SAGE. In particular, I would like to thank Chris Rojek for his commitment to this book from the outset. I have developed some of the ideas in this work on the basis of my dialogues and collaborations with friends and colleagues. I would like to thank Simon Susen for our collaboration and the opportunity it provided to reflect on anti-austerity protests. I would like to thank José Maurício Domingues and Breno Bringel for the invitation to participate in the groundbreaking conference on Global Modernity and Social Contestation that they organised, as well as to contribute to the book that they edited on this theme. I owe an enormous debt to Jocelyn Pixley for her unfailing advice and solidarity. I would like to thank Phillip Mar for his comments on a draft of this work and for our research collaboration into the 2005 French riots, which informs some of the discussion of this topic in this work. The support of Daniela Heil has been invaluable and I would like to thank her very much for sharing my travails and bringing necessary critical understanding to them.

    Earlier versions of Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 of the current book were previously published as:

    Browne, C. (2015) ‘Half-Positions and Social Contestation: On the Dynamics of Exclusionary Integration’, in B. Bringel and J.M. Domingues (eds) Global Modernity and Social Contestation. London: Sage. pp. 185–202.

    Browne, C. (2008) ‘The End of Immanent Critique?’, European Journal of Social Theory, 11(1): 5–24.

    With permission from Sage.

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