Peter Mallory

Peter Mallory

Ph.D., York
Associate Professor
Nicholson Tower
(902) 867-2445

Research Interests

  • Social Theory
  • Friendship and Personal Life
  • Cultural Sociology

Recent Publications

Eramian, Laura, and Peter Mallory. 2020. “Unclear Endings: Difficult Friendships and the Limits of the Therapeutic Ethic.” Families, Relationships and Societies. Pp 1-15.

Mallory, Peter, Jesse Carlson, and Laura Eramian. 2019. “Friendship and the Social Self in Business Success Literature.” European Journal of Cultural Studies. Pp 1-16.

Mallory, Peter and Patricia Cormack. 2018. “The Two Durkheims: Founders and Classics in Canadian Introductory Sociology Textbooks.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 43(1): 1–24.

Mallory, Peter. 2017. “Political Friendship and the Social Bond.” Pp. 37-60 in Interrogating the Social: A Critical Sociology for the Twenty-First Century, edited by F. Kurasawa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mallory, Peter and Jesse Carlson. 2014. “Rethinking Personal and Political Friendship with Durkheim.” Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory 15(3): 327-342.

Mallory, Peter. 2012. “Political Friendship in the Era of ‘the Social’: Theorizing Personal Relations with Alexis de Tocqueville.” Journal of Classical Sociology 12(1): 22-42.

Mallory, Peter. 2012. “Friendship and Strangership: Rethinking Political Friendship through the Work of Adam Smith.” Journal of Intercultural Studies 33(6): 591-605.