Bibliography

General course bibliography

  1. Brown, Bill (2001) Thing Theory, Critical Inquiry, Vol. 28, No. 1, Things. (Autumn, 2001), pp. 1-22.
  2. Czarniawska, Barbara (2006). Book Review: Bruno Latour: Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network Theory, Organization Studies, 27, p. 1553- 1557
  3. De Certeau, Michel & Mayol, Pierre (1998). The Practice of Everyday Life: Living and cooking. (Vol. 2). Univeristy of Minnesota Press. Pp.85-101
  4. Ebrey, Jill (2016). The mundane and insignificant, the ordinary and the extraordinary: Understanding Everyday Participation and theories of everyday life, Cultural Trends, 25:3, 158-168.
  5. Greebaum, Jessica& Sanders, Clinton R. (2015). Human-non human interaction, Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology.
  6. Grünberg Laura (2010).  „Corpul în peisajul social”, capitol în Sociologie (L. Vlăsceanu, coord.),  Bucureşti: Polirom, ISBN: 978-973-46-1815-6
  7. Grünberg Laura (coord.) (2010). „Corpul supravegheat”, în Introducere în sociologia Corpului. Teme, perspective şi experienţe întrupate, Bucureşti: Polirom
  8. Highmore, Ben (2002). The everyday life reader. Psychology Press.
  9. Kalekin-Fishman, Devorah, (2013). Sociology of everyday life. Current Sociology,1-12
  10. Lefebvre, Henri & Levich, Christine (1987). The everyday and everydayness. Yale French Studies, (73), pp.7-11.
  11. Ritzer, George (2010) Globalizarea nimicului – cultura și paradoxurile abundenței, trad. Raluca Popescu, editura Humanitas.
Online Resources:

Seminar bibliography:
  • Ben Highmore, Introduction: Questioning Everyday Life, in The Everyday Life Reader, ed. Ben Highmore, pp 1-36.
  • Bill Brown, Thing Theory, Critical Inquiry, Vol. 28, No. 1, Things. (Autumn, 2001), pp. 1-22.
  • Clinton Sanders & Jessica Greenebaum, Human-Non-Human Interaction, în  Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (online), ed George Ritzer. Publisher: Blackwell/Wiley.
  • George Ritzer with Michael Ryan, The Globalization of Nothing, Social Thought & Research, Vol. 25, No. 1/2, Postmodernism, Globalization, and Politics (2002), pp 51-81
  • Henri Lefebvre, Work and Leisure in Everyday Life, în The Everyday Life Reader, ed. Ben Highmore, pp 225-236.
  • Jane Bennett, The Wonder of Minor Experiences, in The Enchantment of Modern Life (2011). Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp 3-16.
  • Jill Ebrey, The mundane and insignificant, the ordinary and the extraordinary: Understanding Everyday Participation and theories of everyday life, Cultural Trends, 25:3, pp 158-168, also available online here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09548963.2016.1204044
  • Kenneth Gergen, The challenge of absent presence. In J. E. Katz & M. Aakhus (Eds.) Perpetual Contact: Mobile Communication, Private Talk, Public Performance, 2002, pp. 227-241.
  • Mario Vargas Llosa, Notes on the Death of Culture. Essays on Spectacle and Society. Macmillan, 2012.
  • Michael E. Gardiner, Henri Lefebvre and the Sociology of Boredom. In Theory, Culture & Society, 29(2): 37-62.
  • Michael Zell, Rembrandt’s Gifts: A Case Study of Actor-Network-Theory, JHNA 3:2 (Summer 2011).
  • Michel de Certeau, General Introduction to the Practice of Everyday Life, in The Everyday Life Reader, ed. Ben Highmore, pp 63-75.
  • Nick Hubble, Introduction: The Mass-Observation Project in Mass-Observation and Everyday life. Culture, History, Theory. Palgrave Macmilan, 2006. pp 1-16
  • Rebekah Fox, Has COVID-19 changed our relationship with pets and other animals?
  • Rita Felksi, The invention of everyday life. New Formations, 1999, 39:15-31.
  • Sanna Lehtinen, New Public Monuments: Urban Art and Everyday Aesthetic Experience, Open Philosophy 2019; 2:30–38
Optional bibliography: 
  1. Aries, Phillippe & Duby, Georges (1994). Istoria vietii private. București: Ed. Meridiane.
  2. Bauman Zygmunt & May Tim (2008). Gândirea sociologică, Bucureşti: Humanitas.
  3. Berger Peter & Luckmann Thomas (2008), Construirea socială a realităţii, București: Editura Art.
  4. Bourdieu, Pierre (1977). Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge University Press.
  5. Bourdieu, Pierre (1984). Distinction: A social critique of the judgement of taste. Harvard University Press.
  6. Karp, David A & Zoels, William C & Holcombre, Barbara (2004). Sociology in Everyday Life, F.E. Peacock Publish.
  7. Douglas J.D., (ed.) (1980). Understanding everyday life, Chicago: Aldine.
  8. Douglas J.D., Adler P.A., Adler P., Fontanta A., Freeman C., Kotarha J. (1980). Introduction to the Sociologies of everyday life, Boston: Allyn &Bacon.
  9. Freud, Sigmund (2010). Psihopatologia vieţii cotidiene, editura Trei, Bucureşti.
  10. Gehl, Jan & Svarre, Birgitte (2015). Cum se studiază viața urbană București: Igloo.
  11. Giddens, Anthony (1984). The constitution of Society, Berkley:University of California Press.
  12. Goffman, Erving (1959). The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. Anchor Books.
  13. Goffman, Erving (1963). Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity. Touchstone Books.
  14. Holmes, Mary (2009). Gender and everyday life. London: Routledge.
  15. Inglis, David (2005). Culture and everyday life. London: Routledge.
  16. Kassab, Elizabeth (1991). Paramount reality in Schutz and Gurwitsch, in Human Studies 14: 181-198, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  17. Kaufmann, J.K (2007). Prima dimineaţă de după, Bucureşti: Humanitas.
  18. Le Breton, David (2001). Despre tăcere, Bucureşti: All Educaţional.
  19. Lefebvre, Henry (1971). Everday Life in the Modern World, London: Penguin
  20. Lefebvre, Henri (1991). Critique of everyday life. Verso
  21. Lyon, David (2001). Surveillance Society: Monitoring Everyday Life. Open University Press.
  22. Mihăilescu, Vintilă (2009). Etnografii urbane. Cotidianul văzut de aproape Iași: Polirom
  23. Pink, Sarah (2012). Situating everyday life. Practices and Places. Sage Publications
  24. Schutz, Alfred (1970). On Phenomenology and Social Relations. Edited by Helmut Wagner. University of Chicago Press
  25. Vintilă-Ghițulescu, Constanța (2015). Patimă și desfătare. Despre lucruri mărunte ale vieții cotidiene în societatea românească. București: Humanitas
  26. Kopytoff, Igor (1986). ”The Cultural Biography of Things: Commoditization as a Process” In A. Appadurai (Ed.), The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective (pp. 64-92). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.