1. The Rise of the Public Meeting in Great Britain, 1758–1834
  2. Charles Tilly
  3. pp. 291-299
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  1. The Public Sphere in the Field of Power
  2. Craig Calhoun
  3. pp. 301-335
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  1. Pragmatic Sociology and the Public Sphere: The Case of Charles Richmond Henderson
  2. Andrew Abbott
  3. pp. 337-371
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  1. Democratization and Discourse: The Public Sphere and Comparative Historical Research
  2. Elisabeth S. Clemens
  3. pp. 373-381
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  1. Special Section: The Tilly Fund for Social Science History and Hirschman Prize Remarks
  2. p. 383
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  1. Welcoming Remarks
  2. Craig Calhoun
  3. pp. 385-388
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  1. On the Practice of Originality
  2. Ira Katznelson
  3. pp. 389-394
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  1. Remarks on the Awarding of the Albert O. Hirschman Prize to Charles Tilly
  2. Joan W. Scott
  3. pp. 395-402
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  1. The Charles Tilly and Louise Tilly Fund for Social Science History
  2. pp. 403-404
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  1. The Public Sphere and Comparative Historical Research: An Introduction
  2. Andreas Koller
  3. pp. 261-290
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 405-406
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