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An abstract (in English) of the recently discovered transcript of Durkheim's philosophy lectures at the Lycée de Sens (1883)
REVIEWS Brief reviews of recent books, articles, and other publicationsconcerned with the work of Durkheim and/or the Durkheimians.
TIMELINE A timeline describing important events related to Durkheim and the Third French Republic.
GLOSSARY A glossary of terms andconcepts important to the understanding of Durkheim's works.
BIBLIOGRAPHY A complete bibliography of Durkheim's published works, including the original French as well as existing Englishtranslations. There is also an extensive bibliography of the secondary literature on Durkheim.
TEXTS Some full texts of Durkheim's works, both in the original French and English translations, linked to thebibliography above.
LECTURES A list of Durkheim's lecture courses given at Bordeaux and Paris.
NEWS News of recent developments in Durkheim scholarship, conferences, publications, as well asinformation about how to subscribe to Durkheimian Studies.
PEOPLE A list of Durkheim scholars around the world, with descriptions of their most recent interests and activities.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For additional information, send a message to d-barberis@uchicago.edu.Of all the summaries, interpretations, introductions and idiot'sguides written for those studying Durkheim, the above quote is the one to bear in mind. Sociology has to begin by treating social facts as things. A social fact is anything which constrains individualbehaviour. And that includes almost everything. Language, money, gender, class, ethnicity, what we read, where we live, whether we are considered fat or thin, stupid or clever. These things will nothave much to do with us as indivduals, they may be things over which we have little or no control, yet precisely because of that they control almost every aspect of our behaviour. What you do, where...