Book cover for Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Social Theorists. The cover shows the title, the editors (Christopher Conner, Nicholas Baxter, and David Dickens, over a picture of an old typewriter.

Publication: “Marianne Weber and the March For Our Lives Movement”

Today’s blog post is going to be short and sweet, because I get to brag a little but but don’t like to talk about myself.

I wrote a chapter for a book, and that book has been published, has landed in hard copy on my doorstep, and is for sale on Amazon. I’m chapter three.

Close-up of the table of contents for part I: Forgotten Founders. Chapter 1 is "John Stuart-Glennie's Lost Legacy," by Eugene Halton. Chapter 2 is "Annie Marion MacLean and Sociology at the University of Chicago and Hull House" by Mary Jo Deegan, and Chapter 3, "Marianne Weber and the March for Our Lives Movement" by me, Stacy L. Smith.

I’m sure that someday I will become jaded to such things, but I suspect that day will be a long time coming.

The book is intended for use in undergraduate theory classes, for the purpose of bringing marginalized or forgotten theorists back into the classroom? Did you know that Max Weber’s wife, Marianne, was well-respected and well-known in her time — at one point more so than hubby Max?

You can buy it here, or tell your library that you want a copy 🙂

Book cover for Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Social Theorists. The cover shows the title, the editors (Christopher Conner, Nicholas Baxter, and David Dickens, over a picture of an old typewriter.
Book cover for Forgotten Founders and Other Neglected Social Theorists

 

 

 

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