Annotated Links to Charles Tilly Resources
Last updated 04/28/12
This site provides annotated links to web resources about the life and work of Charles Tilly (May 27, 1929–April 29, 2008). It serves as a gateway to open access content, linking to external sites or hosting uploaded documents. Within the featured categories, the site also links to selected content with restricted access. Comments and suggestions are welcome at email@example.com
Table of Contents
- List of Representative Publications
- Writings Available Online (Free Access)
- Popular Writings
- Posthumous Publications
- Reflections on Current Affairs
- How to Do Research
- DOC Tradition (Dynamics of Contention): Collaborative Publications
- Autobiographical Interview: “A Conversation with Charles Tilly” (1998), Journal of Urban History 24:184–225, conducted by Bruce M. Stave. The main part of the interview was conducted before 1996 when Chuck was still at the New School, the Addendum after his move to Columbia University.
- Retrieved English version of the Portuguese interview “Entrevista com Charles Tilly” (2004), published in the Brazilian journal Tempo Social (Vol.16, No.2), conducted in English by Angela Alonso and Nadya Araujo Guimarães.
- “Charles Tilly – America’s Most Prolific and Interesting Sociologist” (2005), Interview about his work, Prospect magazine, Issue 114, September 2005, conducted by Geoff Mulgan.
- Audio of the interview session about the intellectual trajectory of Tilly’s work and about his career and its institutional settings, at the Annual Meeting 2005 of the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS) in Washington (DC), moderated by Javier Auyero and Ann Mische.
- Obituaries to his two dissertation advisers (sharing the responsibilities): Barrington Moore Jr. (1913-2005) in the Canadian Journal of Sociology (February 2006) and George C. Homans (1910-1989) in Theory and Society (No. 2, 1990; JSTOR access link).
- Interview conducted for the Blau Exchange Series, September 2007.
- Charles Tilly video interview on December 15, 2007, at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, on the occasion of receiving an honorary degree from the University of Michigan, as the first installment of Interviews with Innovative Thinkers, conducted by Dan Little, broken down into eight segments:
“Origins, Vendee 1? (07:13)
“Vendee 2? (06:08)
“Causal Mechanisms” (08:53)
“Concepts and State Formation” (10:36)
“New Issues in Historical Sociology” (09:37)
“Social Science ‘Paradigm’” (09:25)
“Individualism and Cognitive Science” (05:10)
“Big Questions” (10:26)
- Biographical information (PDF: 178KB, 5 pages) provided by Charles Tilly in his March 2008 CV (PDF: 582KB, 32 pages).
List of Representative Publications
- Representative publications (PDF: 445KB, 27 pages) as listed by Charles Tilly in his March 2008 CV (PDF: 582KB, 32 pages).
Writings Available Online (Free Access)
- Selection of Charles Tilly’s vast Annotated Bibliographies (from those created between 2003-2007).
- Posthumous publication with free access: “Cities, States, and Trust Networks: Chapter 1 of Cities and States in World History“ (2010), Theory and Society 39:265-280; “Power and Democracy” (2009) (PDF: 21 pages, 5.0 MB, posted with permission) Pp. 70-88 in Handbook of Power, edited by Haugaard, Mark, and Stewart Clegg. London: Sage.
- Miscellaneous Papers and Interviews: “A Sociologist’s Perspective on the New Trends in Philanthropy” (2008), Global Vision Magazine, Jan/Feb 2008 (restricted access); “State and Counterrevolution in France” (1990), Pp. 49-63 in The French Revolution and the Birth of Modernity, edited by Fehér, Ferenc. Berkeley (CA): University of California Press (previously published in a special issue of Social Research, Vol. 56, No. 1, Spring 1989).
- Tilly’s writings on methodology, available as (pre-publication) PDF files. Some of these methodological articles are collected in Tilly’s new book Explaining Social Processes (Paradigm, 2008), with a new introduction entitled “Method and Explanation” (PDF: 244KB, 23 pages, posted with permission). After finishing the manuscript for that collection, Tilly wrote a few more methodological articles, among them: “Describing, Measuring, and Explaining Struggle” (restricted access), revised paper of the Otis Dudley Duncan Lecture at ASA in New York City on 14 August 2007, published in Qualitative Sociology (Vol. 31, No. 1, 2008).
- Contentious Politics Working Paper Series and Social Dynamics and Political Change Working Paper Series (Paul F. Lazarsfeld Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University): restricted access to selected papers from 1996-1999 through Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO). Free CIAO access via Google’s cache (search for paper title in Google and click in the search result on “Cached” and then on “Text-only version”): “Towards an Integrated Perspective on Social Movements and Revolution” (1996) with Doug McAdam and Sidney Tarrow; “Social Movements as Political Struggle” (1997); “Regimes and Contention” (1998); “Spaces of Contention” (1998); “Westphalia and China” (1998); “Stories of Social Construction” (1998); “Processes and Mechanisms of Democratization” (1999).
- CSSC Working Paper Series (Center for Studies of Social Change, New School of Social Research): list of paper titles 1985-1997 (PDF: 299KB, 8 pages). Unpublished CSSC papers by Charles Tilly: “Historical Studies at the New School” (1985, with Louise A. Tilly); “Grandpa and Grandma” (1985). Unpublished in English: “Social Conflict” (1987). Apart from the annual reports of the Center, most other CSSC papers by Charles Tilly are published in some form (see and search Tilly’s list of representative publications). The last papers of the CSSC series from 1995 to 1997 are collected at Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) (restricted access). Free CIAO access via Google’s cache (search for paper title in Google and click in the search result on “Cached” and then on “Text-only version”). Tilly’s CSSC papers from 1995 to 1997 include: “To Map Contentious Politics” (1995) with Doug McAdam and Sidney Tarrow (1996 published in Mobilization 1:17–34); “Durable Inequality” (1995) which led to Tilly’s book Durable Inequality (University of California Press 1998); “Method in the Madness of History” (1995); “Social Movements And (All Sorts Of) Other Political Interactions” (1995); “Political Identities” (1995); “Macrosociology, Past And Future” (1995) as part of “The Relational Turn In Macrosociology: A Symposium”.
- CRSO Working Papers (Center for Research on Social Organization, University of Michigan), with about 100 items by Tilly from 1971-1984, including the manuscripts for two of Tilly’s influential books, From Mobilization to Revolution (1978) and Big Structures, Large Processes, Huge Comparisons (1984), and for his influential chapter, “War Making and State Making as Organized Crime”, published in the SSRC-sponsored volume Bringing the State Back In (see SSRC Projects, below).
- Why? What happens when people give reasons… and why (Princeton, 2006). See also the LSE and The Young Foundation Public Lecture on “Why (and How) Things Happen”, London School of Economics, 8 September 2005, the Guardian interview (3 October 2005) with Tilly, which preceded the book’s publication and Malcolm Gladwell’s book review in The New Yorker (10 April 2006). For the scholarly debate see Charles Tilly, “Let Me Give You Reasons Why: Reply to Critics in Review Symposium” (2006), Qualitative Sociology 29:565–570.
- Credit & Blame (Princeton 2008) (Chapter 1). The essay “Memorials to Credit & Blame” (PDF: 18 pages, 108 KB, posted with permission), previously published in The American Interest (May-June, 2008), draws on this book. See also the New York Times Book Review.
- “Grudging Consent” (PDF: 7 pages, 92 KB, posted with permission), an essay that synthesizes the core of Democracy (Cambridge 2007), previously published in The American Interest (Sept.-Oct., 2007).
- “Power and Democracy” (2009) (PDF: 21 pages, 5.0 MB, posted with permission) Pp. 70-88 in Handbook of Power, edited by Haugaard, Mark, and Stewart Clegg. London: Sage.
- “The Blame Game” (2010), The American Sociologist 41:382-389 (restricted access), as part of the Special Issue of The American Sociologist on the Legacy of Charles Tilly.
- “Another View of Conventions” (2010), The American Sociologist 41:390-399 (restricted access), as part of the Special Issue of The American Sociologist on the Legacy of Charles Tilly.
- “The Rise of the Public Meeting in Great Britain, 1758-1834″ (2010), Social Science History 34:291-299 (restricted access), as part of the Special Section on “History and the Social Sciences: Taking Stock and Moving Ahead. The Public Sphere and Comparative Historical Research.”
- “Cities, States, and Trust Networks: Chapter 1 of Cities and States in World History“ (2010), Theory and Society 39:265-280 (free access).
Reflections on Current Affairs
- “What happened, and what may follow,” 21 September 2001, in openDemocracy, as a short version of “Predictions,” a series of three e-mails written between September 12 and 17, 2001, published in the “New War” section of the SSRC online essay forum After September 11.
- Video of the University Lecture on “Violence, Terror and Politics as Usual”, Columbia University, 12 March 2002, printed in the Summer 2002 issue of the Boston Review. These reflections are related to his book The Politics of Collective Violence (Cambridge, 2003).
- Video of Tilly’s keynote speech at the book launch for Moving out of Poverty, October 3, 2007 at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington D.C.; see his chapter 2 in Moving Out of Poverty: Vol. 1: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives (Palgrave/World Bank, 2007), edited by Narayan, Deepa, and Patti Petesch; see also the pre-publication version of his paper: “Poverty and the Politics of Exclusion” (2006).
How to Do Research
- “Practical Procedures”, last section of the manuscript “Lullaby, Chorale, or Hurdy-Gurdy Tune?” (2000), written for the unpublished volume The Rational-Choice Controversy in Historical Sociology, edited by Roger Gould.
- “Selecting a Dissertation Topic: Range and Scope” (PPT: 84KB), Power Point Presentation (2006).
- List of fundamental assumptions of the DOC tradition, preface (pp. viii-ix) to Regimes and Repertoires (Chicago University Press 2006).
- “Appendix A: Concepts and Methods” (PDF: 144KB, 10 pages, posted with permission) and “Appendix B: Streams, Episodes, Mechanisms, and Processes” (PDF: 148KB, 7 pages, posted with permission) from Contentious Politics (Paradigm, 2006), co-authored with Sidney Tarrow.
- Power Point slides of the last undergraduate course of Charles Tilly (with Ernesto Castaneda) in Spring 2007, related to the new textbook Contentious Politics (Paradigm, 2006), broken down into four segments: Part 1 (PPT: 1.9MB), Part 2 (PPT: 1MB), Part 3 (PPT: 1.1MB) and Extra Lecture (PPT: 1.9MB).
- “Tilly’s Rules of (Seminar) Engagement, 1.0″ (PDF: 40KB, 2 pages), by Roy Licklider, June 2008.
DOC Tradition (Dynamics of Contention): Collaborative Publications
- “To Map Contentious Politics” (1996), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly, in: Mobilization 1:17–34. Free CIAO access to the 1995 working paper version via Google’s cache (search for paper title in Google and click in the search result on “Cached” and then on “Text-only version”).
- “Toward an Integrated Perspective on Social Movements and Revolution” (1997), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly (access via Google books), in Comparative Politics: Rationality, Culture, and Structure (Cambridge).
- “Europeanists Abroad” (2001), by Sidney Tarrow and Charles Tilly.
- Dynamics of Contention (Cambridge 2001), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly (partial access via Google books).
- Companion volume to Dynamics of Contention: Silence and Voice in the Study of Contentious Politics (Cambridge 2001), by Ronald R. Aminzade, Jack A. Goldstone, Doug McAdam, Elizabeth J. Perry, William H. Sewell Jr., Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly (partial access via Google books).
- Cambridge Studies of Contentious Politics series (since 2001), edited by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, Charles Tilly, et al.
- Contentious Politics (Paradigm 2006), by Sidney Tarrow and Charles Tilly.
- List of fundamental assumptions of the DOC tradition, preface (pp. viii-ix) to Charles Tilly’s Regimes and Repertoires (Chicago University Press 2006).
- “Contentious Politics and Social Movements” (2007), by Sidney Tarrow and Charles Tilly, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Politics (Oxford).
- “Comparative Perspectives on Contentious Politics,” forthcoming 2008 (pre-publication pdf), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly, in Comparative Politics: Rationality, Culture, and Structure, 2nd edition (Cambridge).
- “Methods for Measuring Mechanisms of Contention” (2008), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly, in Qualitative Sociology, 31:307-331.
- “Progressive Polemics: Reflections on Four Stimulating Commentaries” (2008), by Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly, in Qualitative Sociology, 31:361-367.
- Speaker and participant in the Robert K. Merton Conference at Columbia University, 9-10 August 2007, hosted by the SSRC, presenting the paper “Mechanisms of the Middle Range” (PDF: 332KB, 11 pages).
- “Predictions,” a series of three e-mails written between September 12 and 17, 2001, published in the “New War” section of the SSRC online essay forum After September 11.
- Member of the Committee on States and Social Structures (1985-90). Tilly contributed the chapter “War Making and State Making as Organized Crime” to Bringing the State Back In (1985), the well-received collection that originated in the SSRC conference on “Research Implications of Current Theories of the State,” held in Mt. Kisco in 1982, and subsequently became the project of the SSRC’s Committee on States and Social Structures. (Tilly, along with the book’s three editors, Peter Evans, Dietrich Rueschemeyer and Theda Skocpol, was among the scholars who proposed the creation of this committee to the SSRC, in 1983.)
- Chair of the Committee on Mathematics in the Social Sciences (1978-79).
- Recruiting and leading a group of historians, working for the SSRC’s Committee on Comparative Politics, for an historical assessment of political development theories (see Tilly’s own recollection of the emergence of this project in a 1998 journal interview and in a 2007 video interview). Tilly’s group worked for about four years, gathering for the summer of 1970 at the CASBS in Stanford, reconvening in Bellagio, Italy in 1971 and co-producing the path-breaking The Formation of National States in Western Europe, edited by Charles Tilly (Princeton University Press, 1975). Notably, Tilly revisits that work for the SSRC in his chapter, “Why and How History Matters” (PDF:155KB, 28 pages) in the Oxford Handbook of Contextual Political Analysis (2006).
- Co-chair of the History Panel of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Survey Committee, under the auspices of the SSRC’s Committee on Problems and Policy and of the NAS’s Committee on Science and Public Policy, resulting in the report History as Social Science (Prentice-Hall 1971), co-edited with David S. Landes; member of the central planning committee, resulting in the report The Behavioral and Social Sciences. Outlook and Needs (1969).
- Mentor to recipients of a SSRC research training fellowship to encourage interdisciplinary training. See also Joan Scott’s essay tribute
- Recipient of a SSRC Dissertation Fellowship for his archival research in France in 1955-56 which led to his first book The Vendée (Harvard, 1964).
- See also Craig Calhoun’s essay tribute
Newspaper Obituaries and Official Statements
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Obituaries and Tributes in Academic Journals
- Castaneda, Ernesto. 2010. “Charles Tilly: Connecting Large Scale Social Change and Personal Narrative.” Sociological Research Online, Vol. 14, No. 5.
- Ashforth, Adam. 2009. “Charles Tilly.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 153, No. 3, September, pp. 372-380. (PDF)
- McAdam, Doug. 2009. “Chuck Tilly, Conversationalist Extraordinaire” (pre-publication pdf), Sociologie et Sociétés, Vol. 41, No. 2, pp. 15-19.
- Perrot, Michelle, and Patrick Fridenson. 2008. “Charles Tilly et la France.” Le Mouvement Social No. 225, Issue 4, pp. 143-145. (PDF)
- Berghahn, Volker R. 2008. “Nachruf auf Charles Tilly (1929-2008).” Geschichte und Gesellschaft. Zeitschrift für Historische Sozialwissenschaft, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 407–414.
- Michelson, Bill, and Barry Wellman. 2008. “Tribute to Chuck Tilly: Always – and Uniquely – Chuck Tilly.” American Behavioral Scientist 51:1653-1655. (PDF: 700KB, 3 pages).
- “Remembering Charles Tilly” (2008). Reflections by Marc Steinberg, David Meyer, John Krinsky, Lesley Wood, Nick Toloudis, Ion Bogdan Vasi and Ann Mische. Social Movement Studies Vol. 7:213-223 (restricted access).
- Mackert, Jürgen. 2008. “Nachruf auf Charles Tilly (1929-2008).” Berliner Journal für Soziologie 18:334-336.
- Mack, Arien. 2008. “Charles Tilly, 1929-2008.” Social Research 75, No. 2, Summer, pp. v-vi.
- Tarrow, Sid. 2008. “Charles Tilly,” PS: Political Science & Politics, July 2008.
- Alonso, Angela. 2008. “Homenagem a Charles Tilly (1929-2008),” Tempo Social, Vol. 20, No. 1 (English translation).
- Skovajsa, Marek. 2008. Když sociologie potkala historii: Charles Tilly (1929–2008), Czech Sociological Review, Vol. 69, No. 4, pp. 800-807. (PDF: 88KB, 7 pages)
- Tiryakian, Edward A. 2008. “Charles Tilly, Sociological Exemplar.” Timelines. Newsletter of the Section on the History of Sociology of the American Sociological Association, No. 11, June, pp. 6-7.
Review Essays of Charles Tilly’s Work
- Lichbach, Mark. 2010. “Charles Tilly’s Problem Situations: From Class and Revolution to Mechanisms and Contentious Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 8:543-549 (restricted access).
- Collins, Randall. 2010. “The Contentious Social Interactionism of Charles Tilly.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73:5-10 (restricted access).
- Tarrow, Sidney. 2008. “Charles Tilly and the Practice of Contentious Politics.” Social Movement Studies 7:225–246 (restricted access).
- Diani, Mario. 2007. “Review Essay: The Relational Element in Charles Tilly’s Recent (and not so Recent) Work.” Social Networks 29:316–323 (restricted access).
- Stinchcombe, Arthur L. 1997. “Tilly on the Past as a Sequence of Futures.” Pp. 387-410 in Tilly, Charles, Roads from Past to Future. Rowman & Littlefield (partial access via Google books).
- Tarrow, Sidney. 1996. “The People’s Two Rhythms: Charles Tilly and the Study of Contentious Politics: A Review Article.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 38:586-600 (JSTOR access link).
- Hunt, Lynn. 1984. “Charles Tilly’s Collective Action.” Pp. 244-275 in Vision and Method in Historical Sociology, edited by Skocpol, Theda. Cambridge University Press (partial access via Google books).
Conferences, Edited Volumes and Special Issues about Charles Tilly’s Work
- Contested Mediterranean Spaces: Ethnographic Essays in Honour of Charles Tilly (Table of Contents), edited by Kousis, Maria, Tom Selwyn, and David Clark. New York: Berghahn. 2011.
- Contention and Trust in Cities and States (Table of Contents), edited by Hanagan, Michael, and Chris Tilly. New York: Springer. 2011. Edited volume using Charles Tilly’s unfinished book manuscript Cities and States in World History as a point of departure (enlarged edition of the 2010 special issue of Theory and Society).
- Dynamics of Contention Ten Years On: Special Issue of Mobilization (restricted access), dedicated to the memory and example of Charles Tilly. Mobilization, Vol. 16, No. 1, February 2011. Edited and with an introduction by Doug McAdam and Sidney Tarrow, with contributions by Ion Bogdan Vasi, Mark R. Beissinger, Michael T. Heaney and Fabio Rojas, Roger Karapin, Daniel J. Sherman, and Katie Furuyama and David S. Meyer.
- Special Issue of The American Sociologist on the Legacy of Charles Tilly (restricted access). The American Sociologist, Vol. 41, No. 4. December 2010. Edited by Andreas Koller and Larry Nichols, with contributions by Larry Nichols, Andreas Koller, George Steinmetz, Neil Gross, Jack Goldstone, Kim Voss, Rogers Brubaker, Charles Tilly, Mustafa Emirbayer, and Viviana Zelizer.
- Special Issue of Social Science History in Honor of Charles Tilly (restricted access). Social Science History, Vol. 34, No. 3, Fall 2010. Guest Edited by Andreas Koller. Special Section 1: History and the Social Sciences: Taking Stock and Moving Ahead. The Public Sphere and Comparative Historical Research, with contributions by Andreas Koller, Charles Tilly, Craig Calhoun, Andrew Abbott, and Elisabeth S. Clemens. Special Section 2: The Tilly Fund for Social Science History and Hirschman Prize Remarks, with contributions by Craig Calhoun, Ira Katznelson, and Joan Scott.
- Special Issue in Memory of Charles Tilly, 1929-2008. Cities, States, Trust, and Rule (restricted access, with selected open access articles). Theory and Society, Vol. 39, No. 3-4, May, 2010. Guest Edited by Michael Hanagan and Chris Tilly, with contributions by Michael Hanagan and Chris Tilly, Charles Tilly, Marcel van der Linden, Ariel Salzmann, Wim Blockmans, Hwaji Shin, Miguel Angel Centeno and Elaine Enriquez, Edward W. Soja, Elisabeth S. Clemens, Diane E. Davis, Carmenza Gallo, Patrick Heller and Peter Evans, Smita Srinivas, Peter Marcuse and Michael B. Katz. Open access articles: Michael Hanagan and Chris Tilly: “Cities, States, Trust, and Rule: New Departures from the Work of Charles Tilly”; Charles Tilly: “Cities, States, and Trust Networks: Chapter 1 of Cities and States in World History“; Wim Blockmans: “Inclusiveness and Exclusion: Trust Networks at the Origins of European Cities”; Edward W. Soja: “Cities and States in Geohistory”.
- Forum: Remembering Charles Tilly (restricted access), French Historical Studies, Vol. 33, No. 2, Spring 2010, edited by Patricia M. E. Lorcin, with contributions by Michael Hanagan, Mary Jo Maynes, William H. Sewell, Jr., and Mark Traugott.
- Tilly Panel Series at SSHA 2009: Charles Tilly’s and Louise Tilly’s Work and Legacy. November 13-14, 2009. 34th Annual Social Science History Association (SSHA) Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Video Talk by Eric Hobsbawm.
- Special Section “Charles Tilly and Switzerland” (PDF: 1.9 MB, 80 pages), Swiss Political Science Review (SPSR), Vol. 15, No. 2, 2009, edited by Marc Helbling and Andreas Koller. Table of Contents: Marc Helbling and Andreas Koller: “Introduction”; Charles Tilly: “Astonishing Switzerland” (2007); Craig Calhoun and Andreas Koller: “Charles Tilly’s Interdisciplinary Influence”; Hanspeter Kriesi: “Charles Tilly: Contentious Performances, Campaigns and Social Movements”; Florence Passy: “Charles Tilly’s Understanding of Contentious Politics: A Social Interactive Perspective for Social Science”; Marco Guigni: “Political Opportunities: From Tilly to Tilly”; Marc Helbling: “Struggling Over Citizenship and Cultural Boundaries: Charles Tilly’s Constructivist Approach”; Christian Davenport: “Regimes, Repertoires and State Repression”; Jeff Goodwin: “The Relational Approach to Terrorism”.
- International Workshop: Tribute to Charles Tilly. Conflict, Power and Collective Action: Contributions to the Socio-Political Analysis of Contemporary Societies, on the occasion of the first anniversary of Charles Tilly´s decease, organized by the Research Group on Society and Politics (Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia), Madrid, May 7-8, 2009.
- “Contention, Change, and Explanation: A Conference in Honor of Charles Tilly,” Columbia University, New York, October 3-5, 2008. Organized by the Social Science Research Council, co-sponsored with Columbia University and the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP).
- “Contentious Politics and the Economic Opportunity Structure”, University of Crete, Rethimno, October 2002. Follow-up conference on Mediterranean Contention in October 2003 at the University of Crete. Special Issue of Theory and Society (Vol. 33, No. 3/4, 2004): “Current Routes to the Study of Contentious Politics and Social Change” (restricted access: JSTOR access link). Edited Volume: Kousis, Maria, and Charles Tilly, eds. 2005. Economic and Political Contention in Comparative Perspective. Boulder (CO): Paradigm Publishers. Two Special Issues: Tilly, Charles, Roberto Franzosi, and Maria Kousis, eds. 2008. Mediterranean Political Processes, 1400-2006, Part I: Historical Perspectives. American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 51, No. 10 (restricted access). Tilly, Charles, Roberto Franzosi, and Maria Kousis, eds. 2008. Mediterranean Political Processes, 1400-2006, Part II: Contemporary Perspectives. American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 51, No. 11 (restricted access).
- Tillyfest, International Conference in honour of Charles Tilly, University of Toronto, October 6-8 1995. Publication of Charles Tilly’s address: Tilly, Charles. 1996. “Invisible Elbow.” Sociological Forum 11:589-601 (JSTOR access link).
- “Structure, Identity, and Power: The Past and Future of Collective Action”, Conference in Amsterdam, June 2-4, 1995. Edited Volume: Hanagan, Michael P., Leslie Page Moch, and Wayne te Brake, eds. 1998. Challenging Authority: The Historical Study of Contentious Politics. Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota Press (partial access via Google books). See also “Europeanists Abroad” (2001), by Sidney Tarrow and Charles Tilly, noting that it was a side-product of that 1995 Amsterdam conference that significantly shaped the DOC tradition (see the links to the collaborative publications above)