Peter Mallory

Peter Mallory

Ph.D., York
Associate Professor
610
Nicholson Tower
(902) 867-2445

Research Interests

  • Social theory
  • Friendship and personal life
  • Cultural sociology

Recent publications

Mallory, Peter, Jesse Carlson, and Laura Eramian. Forthcoming. “Friendship and the Social Self in Business Success Literature.” European Journal of Cultural Studies

Mallory, Peter and Patricia Cormack. 2018. “The Two Durkheims: Founders and Classics in Canadian Introductory Sociology Textbooks.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 43(1): 1–24.

Mallory, Peter. 2017. “Political Friendship and the Social Bond.” Pp. 37-60 in Interrogating the Social: A Critical Sociology for the Twenty-First Century, edited by F. Kurasawa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mallory, Peter and Jesse Carlson. 2014. “Rethinking Personal and Political Friendship with Durkheim.” Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory 15(3): 327-342.

Mallory, Peter. 2012. “Political Friendship in the Era of ‘the Social’: Theorizing Personal Relations with Alexis de Tocqueville.” Journal of Classical Sociology 12(1): 22-42.

Mallory, Peter. 2012. “Friendship and Strangership: Rethinking Political Friendship through the Work of Adam Smith.” Journal of Intercultural Studies 33(6): 591-605.