Extract from the introduction:"The relation between structures and events is of essential importance in both history and sociology. As fundamental concepts in both disciplines, they have influenced the scientific discourse between structuralist and interactionist theories as well as between structural and event history.While approaches of course differ in emphasizing different aspects of the relation of structures and events, focusing on social practices, cultures of commemoration or historical memories, as well as path dependencies and critical junctures, their communality seems to lie in the fact that structures and events can only be properly theorized and understood if the reciprocal nature of their relationship is taken into account."
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EditorialAndre Meyer, Ramy Youssef, Lili Zhuhttp://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/158
Ramy YoussefOn the Social Constitution of Structures, Actions and Eventshttp://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/159
Ferdinand NybergNancy Reagan in the ghetto. On space as mediator between structure and eventhttp://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/160
Ceyhun GürkanBraudel and Foucault on structure and event. Towards a new approach to (neo)liberalism and capitalismhttp://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/161
Mátyás ErdélyiCrucial and local events in the long-term evolution of secondary schooling in Hungary (1867–1938)http://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/162
Elena DingersenThe city as an assignment. From multiple pasts to a vision of the futurehttp://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/view/163
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