Julien Larregue

Julien Larregue

Postdoc

  • Book
  1. Larregue J., “Hereditary. The eternal return of biological theories of crime”, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, collection Liber, 2020 [in French]
  • Special issues
  1. Guest editor, “Sociology as a cognitive science,” Socio-logos, forthcoming (2021)
  2. Guest editor, “French Sociology, French Sociologies”, The American Sociologist, volume 48, issue 3-4, December 2017, 267-540
  • Research articles in peer-reviewed journals
  1. Larregue J., “On 'truth,' DNA and criminal defense lawyers. Displaying credibility in the legal field”, Sociétés contemporaines, 2020, issue 118, 133-165 [in French]
  2. Khelfaoui M., Larregue J., Larivière V., Gingras Y., “Measuring national self-referencing patterns of major science producers”, Scientometrics, 2020, issue 123, 979-996
  3. Larregue J., Larivière V., Mongeon P., “On the institutional and intellectual division of labor in epigenetics research: A scientometric analysis”, Social Science Information, 2020, volume 59, issue 1, 117-143
  4. Larregue J., Wannyn W., Dartigues L., “Novelistic truth and scientific fictions: Philip K. Dick among criminologists”, Socio. La nouvelle revue des sciences sociales, 2019, issue 13, 135-153 [in French]
  5. Larregue J., “The new clockwork orange: biocriminologists’ contribution to the medicalization of social control”, Zilsel, 2019, issue 5, 56-87 [in French]
  6. Larregue J., Mongeon P., Warren J.-P., Sugimoto C. R., Larivière V., “Reciprocity In Book Reviewing Among American, British and Canadian Academics”, Canadian Journal of Sociology, 2019, volume 44, issue 1, 95-114
  7. Gingras Y., Larregue J., “The grizzly spirit versus the ski resort: legal argumentation in the face of ontological and epistemological conflicts”, Canadian Journal of Law & Society, 2019, volume 34, issue 1, 13-32 [in French]
  8. Larregue J., Rollins O., “Biosocial criminology and the mismeasure of race”, Ethnic & Racial Studies, 2019, volume 42, issue 12, 1990-2007
  9. Larregue J., Cameron-Pesant S., Larivière V., “Scientific journals and the diffusion of knowledge in the digital era: a synthesis of practices”, Lex Electronica, 2018, volume 23, 8-29 [in French]
  10. Larregue J., “‘It’s genetic’: what twin studies do to the social sciences”, Sociologie, 2018, volume 9, issue 3, 285-304 [in French]
  11. Larregue J., “‘A bomb in the discipline’: on the development of genopolitics in political science”, Social Science Information, 2018, volume 57, issue 2, 159-195 [in French]
  12. Larregue J., “The impact of vocal minorities of researchers on the scientific state of the art. The case of the racial invariance thesis in US criminology”, Déviance et Société, 2018, volume 42, issue 1, 41-72 [in French]
  13. Larregue J., “The long hard road to the doability of interdisciplinary research projects: The case of biosocial criminology”, New Genetics & Society, 2018, volume 37, issue 1, 21-43
  14. Larregue J., “Conservative Apostles of Objectivity and the Myth of a ‘Liberal Bias’ in Science”, The American Sociologist, 2018, volume 49, issue 2, 312-327
  15. Larregue J., “Immigration, culture and crime: some thoughts about the use of US research in French debates”, Archives de Politique Criminelle, 2017, issue 39, 177-193 [in French]
  16. Larregue J., “Biosocial criminology through the lens of Field Theory: the resources and strategies of a dominated movement of US criminology”, Déviance et Société, 2017, volume 41, issue 2, 167-201 [in French]
  17. Larregue J., “Sociology of a scientific specialty. The disagreements between ‘pro-genetic’ and ‘pro-environment’ researchers in US biosocial criminology”, Champ Pénal, 2016, XIII, accessible online [in French]
  18. Larregue J., “Criminology made in USA. The lessons of the US debate for the French case”, Revue de Science Criminelle, 2016, issue 3, 639-648 [in French]
  • Editorials and notes in peer-reviewed journals
  1. Larregue J., “Social reproduction and symbolic violence in Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite”, Savoir/Agir, 2019, volume 50, issue 4, 91-101 [in French]
  2. Larregue J., Saint-Martin A., “Troubles in the scientific ethos: Feedbacks on the ‘Voinnet affair’”, Zilsel. Science, technique, société, 2019, issue 6, 149-163 [in French]
  3. Larregue J., “Bruno Latour at the National Theatre of La Criée: an actor seeking to extend his network”, Zilsel. Science, technique, société, 2018, issue 4, 404-411 [in French]
  4. Larregue J., “Against sociology à la Gorgias : evidence is the measure of all scientific arguments”, The American Sociologist, 2018, volume 49, issue 2, 344-347 
  5. Larregue J., “Guest editor’s introduction : French Sociology, French Sociologies”, The American Sociologist, 2017, volume 48, issue 3-4, 269-275
  6. Larregue J., “Who is Emmanuel Todd?”, The American Sociologist, 2017, volume 48, issue 3-4, 476-477
  • Book reviews in peer-reviewed journals
  1. Larregue J., “Mario Biagioli & Alexandre Lippman’s Gaming the Metrics. Misconduct and Manipulation in Academic Research”, European Journal of Sociology, forthcoming
  2. Larregue J., “Camisha A. Russell, The assisted reproduction of race”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2020, volume 43, issue 3,  572-574
  3. Larregue J., “Aaron Panofsky’s Misbehaving Science. Controversy and the Development of Behavior Genetics”, Sociologie, 2017, volume 8, issue 4, 469-472 [in French]
  4. Larregue J., “Disentangling cultural norms from individual values, a book review of Waverly Duck, No Way Out. Precious Living in the Shadow of Poverty and Drug Dealing”, European Journal of Sociology, 2017, volume 57, issue 3, 485-490
  5. Larregue J., “Crime’s Dark Side, a book review of Jacques Scott and Richard Wright, Code of the Suburb. Inside the world of young middle-class drug dealers”, European Journal of Sociology, 2016, volume 56, issue 3, 549-554
  6. Larregue J., “Invitation to a Reflexive Methodology, a book review of Frédéric Lebaron and Brigitte Le Roux, La méthodologie de Pierre Bourdieu en action. Espace culturel, espace social et analyse des données,” Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016, volume 10, issue 4, 402-404

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