Emeriti Faculty

Paul M Lubeck
  • Title
    • Professor Emeritus
  • Division Social Sciences Division
  • Department
    • Sociology Department
  • Affiliations Latin American & Latino Studies, South Asia Studies, East Asian Studies
  • Phone
    831-459-2906, 831-459-3516 (message)
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Rachel Carson College Academic Building, Rachel Carson College 214
  • Office Hours Wednesdays 3:00-6:00
  • Mail Stop Rachel Carson College Faculty Services

Research Interests

Political sociology; political economy; sociology of development; religion and social movements; newly industrializing states.

Biography, Education and Training

B.A., St. Michael's College
M.A., Certificate in African Studies, Ph.D., Northwestern University

Selected Publications

  • Lubeck, P. M. 2002. "The Challenge of Islamic Networks and Citizenship Claims: Europe's Painful Adjustment to Globalization," N. Al Sayyad and M. Castells (eds.), Islam in Europe or Euro-Islam: Politics, Culture, and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization. Lexington Books, Lanham, MD.
  • Lubeck, P. M. and K. Eischen. 2000. "Silicon Valles and Silicon Islands: Rethinking Regional Development Strategies in an Era of Globalization." in A. Alvarez, P. Castillo and N. Klahn (eds.), Las Nuevas Fronteras del Siglo XXI: Dimensiones Culturales, Politicas y Socioeconomicas de la Relaciones Mexco-Estados Unidos, UNAAM Press.
  • Lubeck, P. M. 2000. "The Islamic Revival: Antinomies of Islamic Movements under Globalization," R. Cohen and S. Rai (eds.), Global Social Movements. Althone Press, London/New Brunswick, NJ.
  • Lubeck, P. M. 1998. "Islamist Responses to Globalization: Cultural Conflict in Egypt, Algeria, and Malaysia," B. Crawford and R. Lipschutz (eds.), The Myth of "Ethnic conflict": Politics, Economics and "Cultural" Violence, IIS/IAS-University of Califrornia Press, Berkeley, pp. 293-319.
  • Lubeck, P. M.1995. "Globalization and the Islamist Movement: Explaining Communal Conflict in Muslim Majority States," Institute of International and Area Studies, Center for German and European Studies. (Working Paper No. 6.1). University of California, Berkeley.