Curso IESP-UERJ (2017.1): Teoria Sociológica III

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Teoria sociológica III (3 créditos )

Professor Frédéric Vandenberghe

Início – 14/03/2017

Horário: quinta-feira, das 16 às 19 horas

Consultas: a combinar com o professor

Ao fornecer uma visão panorâmica da novíssima teoria social, este curso começa no ponto em que outros cursos de teoria contemporânea normalmente terminam, a saber, com os desenvolvimentos posteriores a Pierre Bourdieu, Jürgen Habermas e Michel Foucault. Ainda que cada aula se concentre em autores, escolas ou temas particulares, o curso em seu conjunto tem um propósito sistemático. Pela articulação entre as várias perspectivas, ele ambiciona explorar a lógica teórica da sociologia e refletir sobre os prospectos de uma teoria geral das sociedades contemporâneas. Perante à conjuntura, porém, não pode se excluir de antemão o fato de a tarefa mais urgente consistir em colocar a própria sociologia em crise.

A cada semana será entregue uma bibliografia mais extensa. A seleção de textos é só indicativa.

1ª Semana: Apresentação do curso

Caillé, Alain e Vandenberghe, Frédéric (2016): “Neo-classical Sociology. The Prospects of Social Theory Today”, European Journal of Social Theory, 2016, 1, pp. 3-20.

2ª Semana:  Teoria social pós-bourdieusiana

Kögler, Hans-Herbert (1997): “Alienation as Epistemological Source: Reflexivity and Social Background after Mannheim and Bourdieu”, Social Epistemology, 11, 2, pp. 141-164.

Mouzelis, Nicos (2008): “Habitus and Reflexivity: Restructuring Bourdieu´s Theory of Practice”, in Modern and Postmodern Social Theorizing, pp. 131-141. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Vandenberghe, Frédéric (2006): “Construção e crítica na nova sociologia francesa”. Sociedade e estado, vol.21, n.2, pp. 315-366.

3ª Semana: Sociologia na escala individual

Archer, Margaret (2003): Structure, Agency and the Internal Conversation, pp. 1-16. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lahire, Bernard (2006): “Post-scriptum: Individuo e sociologia”, pp. 593-624 in A Cultura dos indivíduos. Porto Alegre: Artmed.

Collins, Randall (2004): “Internalized Symbols and the Social Process of Thinking”, pp. 183-220 (395-400 notas) in Interaction Ritual Chains. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

4ª Semana: Sociologia pragmática vs. Sociologia crítica

Boltanski, Luc (2011): On Critique. A Sociology of Emancipation, cap. 1. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Honneth, Axel (2010): “Dissolution of the Social. On the Social Theory of Luc Boltanski and Laurent Thévenot”, Constellations, 17, 3, pp. 376-389.

Honneth, Axel e Rancière, Jacques (2016): Recognition or Disagreement, pp. 83-129. Nova York: Columbia University Press.

5ª Semana: Sociologia cultural/moral

 Alexander, J. (2003): “A Cultural Sociology of Evil”, pp. 109-120 in The Meanings of Social Life. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 Cefaï, Daniel, Zimmermann, Bénédicte, Nicolae, Stefan e Endreß, Martin (2015): “Introduction to the Sociology of Valuation and Evaluation”, Human Studies, 38, 1, pp. 1-12.

Sayer, Andrew (2011): “Understanding the Ethical Dimension of Life”, pp. 143-188 in Why Things Matter to People? Social Science, Values and Ethical Life. Cambridge: Cambridge Universiry Press.

 6ª Semana: Redes

 Wellman, Barry (1988): “Structural Analysis: From Method and Metaphor to Theory and Substance.” Pp. 19-61 in Wellman, Barry e Berkowitz, Stephen (eds.): Social Structures a Network Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Emirbayer, Mustafa e Goodwin, Jeff (1994): “Network Analysis, Culture, and the Problem of Agency”, American Journal of Sociology, 99, pp.1411-53

Fuchs, Stephan (2001): Against Essentialism. A Theory of Culture and Society, pp. 12-70. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

7ª Semana: Práticas

Reckwitz, Andreas (2002): “Toward a Theory of Social Practices A Development in Culturalist Theorizing.” European Journal of Social Theory, 5.2, pp. 243-263.

Schatzki, Theodore (2001): “Introduction: Practice Theory”, pp. 1-14 in Schatzki, Theodore, Knorr Cetina, Karin & von Savigny, Eike (eds.): The Practice Turn in Contemporary Theory. Londres: Routledge.

 Thrift, Nigel (2008): “Life, but not as we know it”, pp. 1-21 in Non-Representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. Londres: Routledge.

8ª Semana: Objetos

 Miller, D. (1987): “Objectification. Introduction”, pp. 3-18 in Material Culture and Mass Consumption. Oxford: Blackwell.

Latour, B. (1996): “On interobjectivity”, Mind, Culture & Activity, 3, pp.228-245.

Thévenot, L. (1994): “Le régime de familiarité. Des choses en personne”, Genèses, 1994, 17, pp. 72-101.

9ª Semana: Afetos

 Massumi, Brian (2002): “The Autonomy of Affect,” pp. 23-45 in Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation. Durham: Duke University Press,

Seigworth, Gregory; Gregg, Melissa eds. (2010): “An Inventory of Shimmers”, pp. 1-28 in The Affect Theory Reader. Durham: Duke University Press.

 Blackman, Lisa and Venn, Couze (2010): “Affect,” Body & Society 16, 1, pp. 7-28.

10ª Semana: Performances

 Butler, J. (1999): “Performativity’s Social Magic”, pp. 113-128 in Shusterman, R. (ed.): Bourdieu. A Critical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell.

 Latour, B. (1984): “The Powers of Association”, Sociological Review, 32, 1, pp. 264–280.

Thrift, N. (2008): “Afterwords”, pp. 109-150 in Non-Representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. Londres: Routledge.

11ª Semana: Governamentalidade

Deleuze, G.: ‘Postscriptum sobre as sociedades de controle’, Conversações: 1972-1990. p. 219-226 (@netart.incubadora.fapesp.br/portal/midias/controle.pdf)

Rose, N. (1999): Powers of Freedom. Reframing Political Thought, pp. 1-60.

 Desrosières, Alain (1998): The Politics of Large Numbers. A History of Statistical Reasoning. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

12ª Semana: Assemblages

 Agamben, Giorgio (2005): “O que é um dispositivo?”, Outra travessia, 5, pp. 9-16.

De Landa, M. (2006): A New Philosophy of Society: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity. Nova York: Continuum.

 Sassen, S. (2006): Territory, Authority, Rights, pp. 1-23. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

 13Semana: Discussão/Debate: O presente e o futuro da teoria social

 

 

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