Brichzin, Jenni; Krichewsky, Damien; Ringel, Leopold; Schank, Jan (2018): Sociology of Parliaments. New Paths in Political Institutional Research. Wiesbaden: VS. Click here for the publisher’s page. Mainly German.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Political work in parliaments. An ethnographic study on cultural production in the political field. Nomos (Series Political Sociology). German.
Since 2018: Series “Political Sociology” at Springer VS, edited with Thomas Kern, Leopold Ringel, Tobias Werron
Papers (peer reviewed)
Brichzin, Jenni (forthcoming): Materialisations from Political Work. In: Dányi, Endre (Ed.): The Insides of the Parliament. Social Studies of Science, Special Issue.
Brichzin, Jenni; Schindler, Sebastian (2018): Why the wish to look »behind« things can be a problem. Ways of knowing politics beyond conspiracy theory. Leviathan 46 (4), pp. 575-602. German.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): How political work generates evidence. An ethnographic study on cultural production in parliaments. Zeitschrift für Soziologie 45 (6), pp. 410-430. German. Click here for an English translation.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Parliamentary Practice – The State of Research on the Central Institution of Democracy. Soziale Welt 67 (1), pp. 91-112. German.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Crisis of everyday political life? An ethnographic parliamentary study on the social alienation of the political” In: Adloff, Frank; Antony, Alexander; Sebald, Gerd (Ed.): Action and Interaction Crises. Theoretical and Empirical Microsociological Perspectives. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 41(1), special edition, pp. 191-212. Click here for the full text. German.
Further scientific contributions
Brichzin, Jenni; Krichewsky, Damien; Ringel, Leopold; Schank, Jan (2018): Sociology of Parliaments. Contours of a program. In: Brichzin, Jenni; Krichewsky, Damien; Ringel, Leopold; Schank, Jan (Ed.): Sociology of Parliaments. New Paths in Political Institutional Research. Wiesbaden: VS, P. 1-32. German.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Mastering Democracy. Political actors between the demands of representation and autonomy of design. In: Börner, Stefanie; Bohmann, Ulf; Lindner, Diana; Oberthür; Jörg; Stiegler, André (ed.): Practices of self-rule. Between subjective claim and institutional functional requirement. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 91-114. German.
Brichzin, Jenni (2018): Network research. Review of the anthology: Löwenstein, Heiko; Emirbayer, Mustafa (ed.): Networks, Culture, Agency. Problem solving in relational methodology and social theory. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 70 (2), pp. 315-318. Click here for full text view.
Brichzin, Jenni (2019): Dialectic of anti-essentialist thinking? Reflections on the State of Reason in the ‘Post-Truth Era’. To be held at the Generation Conference of the DGS Section Sociological Theory “Doing Theory” in Bremen.
Brichzin, Jenni; Bohmann, Ulf (2019): The incident – Chemnitz as a paradigm case for the resurgence of right wing nationalism in Germany? To be held at the Inaugural Conference of the Center for Right-Wing Studies in Berkeley.
Brichzin, Jenni (2018): Does democracy theory need a ‘spatial turn’? Held at the 39th DGS Congress in Göttingen, session of the Political Sociology Section.
Brichzin, Jenni; Schindler, Sebastian (2018): Recognizing the Political. How social science theory and conspiracy theory suspicions block political insight. Held at the spring conference of the DGS section Political Sociology in Bamberg.
Brichzin, Jenni (2017): Political Work in Parliaments. An empirical analysis of cultural production in the political field. Held at the international Research Workshop “Ethnographies of Legislatures” in Edinburgh.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Political work in parliaments. An ethnographic study on cultural production in parliaments. Presented at the 38th DGS Congress in Bamberg, session of the DGS Political Sociology Section. Click here for the lecture manuscript in the congress publication.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Democratic Citizenship: Beyond Payer’s Privilege and Nation’s Unity.
Held at the ISA Forum at the University of Vienna.
Brichzin, Jenni (2016): Political relations. On the complex relational arrangement in parliaments. Held at the Spring Conference of the Section “Sociological Network Research” at Freie Universität Berlin.
Brichzin, Jenni (2015): Mastering democracy. Parliamentarians and the excessive demands of everyday political life. Held at the workshop “Practices of Self-Determination” at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, by invitation.
Brichzin, Jenni (2014): Discovering Materiality in Political Issue-Formation” Held at the STS Conference Graz, by invitation.
Brichzin, Jenni (2013): On a Conflict Theory of Social Relations. Held at Sunbelt XXXIII Hamburg, Conference of INSNA (International Network for Social Network Analysis)