Professor Philippe Marlière

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Professor in French and European Politics

Professor Philippe Marlière was awarded the Marcel Liebman Chair in political science by the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) for 2007.

Research areas: French politics; political parties notably French Socialism and the Left Front; political ideologies and traditions; immigration; citizenship; religion and laïcité; French decolonization and its aftermath; French social movements; France and the European Union; Politics and collective memory; French sociology and social theory (notably Bourdieu, Durkheim, Halbwachs). Click [here] for access to articles by Philippe Marlière in The Guardian

Publications include:

Monographs & edited volumes

• La Gauche radicale en Europe, co-authored with L. Weber and J-N Ducange (Paris, Editions du Croquant, 2013).

• La Social démocratie domestiquée. La voie blairiste (Brussels, Editions Aden, 2008).

• La Mémoire socialiste. Un cas d’étude sociologique du rapport au passé (Paris, L’Harmattan, 2007).

• La Troisième voie dans l’impasse. Essais sur Tony Blair et le New Labour (Paris, Syllepse, 2003). • Social Democratic Parties in the European Union. History, Organization, Policies (Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1999) edited volume with R. Ladrech.

• Jean Jaurès et son discours à la jeunesse (Geneva, La Nacelle, 1995).

• 'Social Democracy in Southern Europe and the Challenge of European Integration' (edited issue), Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Vol. 3, No 1, May 2001.

• Laïcité, Citizenship and Tolerance in France and Britain’, Franco-British Studies, No. 23, March spring 1997, pp. 41-107.

Book chapters and articles

• ‘Sarkozysm: from political ambivalence to hard Right’, in G. Raymond (ed), The Sarkozy Presidency: Breaking the Mould?, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp. 28-55.

• ‘The Politics of Mendacity’, in K. Averis, M. Moran (eds), Le mensonge. Multidisciplinary Perspectives in French Studies, Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010, pp. 9-20.

• ‘Le déclin historique de la social-démocratie’, in J.-V. Holeindre, B. Richard (eds), La Démocratie. Histoire, théories, pratiques, Paris, Editions Sciences Humaines, 2010, pp. 139-147.

• ‘France’, in J. Lodge (ed), The 2009 Euro Elections to the European Parliament, Hampshire and New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 114-123.

• ‘The French Socialist Party and European Integration. Faltering Europeanism’, D. Dimitrikapopoulos (ed), European Social Democracy and European Integration, London, Routledge, 2010, pp. 51-82.

• ‘French socialism and Europe’, B. Lebrun, J. Lovecy (eds), Une et divisible? Plural Identities in Modern France. London, Peter Lang, (‘Modern French Identity’), 2010, pp. 95-114.

• ‘Divorce, English Style? New Labour and the TUC-Affiliated Trade Unions’, in P. Dewit (ed), Social Democracy in Europe, Brussels, Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, 2005, pp. 141-155. • 'Le modèle social-démocrate en question', in Universalia 2003 (Paris, Encyclopaedia Universalis, March 2003) pp.97-102. • 'L'OURS: trajectoire d'un lieu de mémoire socialiste', in C. Andrieu, G. Le Béguec, D. Tartakowsky (ed), Associations et champ politique (Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2001) pp. 389-402. • 'The Impact of Market Journalism', in B.Fowler (ed), Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture (Oxford, Blackwell, 2000) pp.199-211. • 'Camus Against the Tide: Algeria and the Intellectual Doxa', in P. Dunwoodie, E.Hughes, Constructing Memories: Camus, Algeria and Le Premier Homme (Stirling, Stirling French Publications, 1998) pp.42.54. • 'Social Suffering "In Their Own Words": Pierre Bourdieu’s Sociology of Poverty’, in Máire Cross, Sheila Perry (eds), Voices of France, (London, Pinter, 1997) pp. 46-58. Office: room 2.5, 2nd floor, 33-35 Torrington Place

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