Axel Barenboim

Axel Barenboim is preparing a PhD in political and historical sociology at Sophiapol (Paris-Ouest Nanterre University). His research focuses on the structuring of the international anarchist movement in the late 19th century, its networks and the circulation of its ideas. He teaches sociology at the Paris-Est Créteil University.

L’internationalisme du 19e siècle : un exemple interdisciplinaire de global studies. Peer review

Axel Barenboim | 03.08.2017

The transnational turn has renewed both the history of anarchism and the sociology of social movements. The purpose of this article is, by considering the international anarchist congress of London (1881), to evoke new possibilities for the junction of sociological analysis and historical research. This interdisciplinary approach is not meant to be a mere dialogue between well-divided fields using specific methods, but to embrace a larger field of global studies. This perspective, open to all the social sciences, will [...]