About the Journal | Journal Structure
Journal Structure

Each Issue of  Sociological Origins is typically a work unto itself, organized around a special theme, symposium
topic, or set of symposia selected by the Editor.  In each case,
Sociological Origins attempts to include interrelated
historical documentation (e.g., letters, unpublished manuscripts, obscure writings, etc.) together with recent
criticism, studies, analyses, and bibliographies.   The juxtaposition of early documents with modern commentary
provides felicitous opportunities for our readers to revisit unexamined sociological traditions and re-conceptualize
the received disciplinary canon.  As appropriate occasions arise,
Sociological Origins also publishes free-standing
supplements in print and digital CD-ROM formats.

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