Buchholz, Larissa, Gary Fine and Hannah Wohl (In Press). “Art Markets in Crisis: How Personal Bonds and Market Subcultures Mediate the Effects of Covid-19” American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

Buchholz, Larissa and Ulf Wuggenig. (Forthcoming). “From the Love of Art to a Passion for Investment? Shifts and Classification Struggles around the Global Elite of Contemporary Art Collectors.” in Soentgen, B. et al. Judgement Practices in the Artistic Field.

Buchholz, Larissa. 2019. “Real Type Formation in Global Comparative Work” in Perspectives. Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section. Spring/Summer Issue 2019. Volume 41. Issue 1.

Buchholz, Larissa. 2018. “Rethinking the Center-Periphery Model: Dimensions and Temporalities of Macro-Structure in a Global Field of Cultural Production.” Poetics: Journal of Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts 71 (December): 18-32.

Buchholz, Larissa. Forth. “Cosmopolitanism, Human Rights and the Cultural Boundaries of World Society.” Culture in a Global Context Series. Verlag für Kunst und Wissenschaft.

Buchholz, Larissa. 2018. “Beyond Reproduction: Asymmetric Interdependencies and the Transformation of Centers and Peripheries in the Globalizing Visual Arts.” pp. 277-304, in Art and the Challenge of Markets, edited by Victoria Alexander et al. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Buchholz, Larissa. 2018. “Paradoxes of Creativity in China.” invited review for British Journal of Sociology

Buchholz, Larissa. 2016. “What is a Global Field? Theorizing Fields Beyond the Nation-State. Sociological Review 64 (2): 31-60. (lead article)

* Junior Theorist Award, American Sociological Association

Junior Theorist Prize, International Sociological Association

Buchholz, Larissa. 2016. “Causal Explanation in Global Analysis. A Critical Realist RapprochementCritical Realism Network. December.

Buchholz, Larissa and Ulf Wuggenig. 2016. “Constructing Audiences, Defining Art: The Field Experiment of the Public Open Libraries.” Visual Arts Journal (Volume 12) (12-22): 2348-2508. (lead article)

Buchholz, Larissa. 2015. “Art vs. Money? A Comparison of Three Models of Valuation,” in: Art in the Periphery of the Centerpp. 424-439, edited by Christoph Behnke et. al. New York: Sternberg Press.

Buchholz, Larissa and Ulf Wuggenig. 2012. “Art and Globalization,” pp. 163-188 in The Art FieldA Study of Actors and Institutions of Contemporary Art, edited by Heike Munder and Ulf Wuggenig. Zurich: Ringier. In German

Buchholz, Larissa. 2012. “Toward a Transregional Virtual Institute for Advanced Study,” Institute for Advanced Study Berlin. (Report)

Buchholz, Larissa. 2011. “The Indian-European Advanced Research Network, IEARN, 2008-11. Report and Directions,” Institute for Advanced Study Berlin. (Report)

Eyal, Gil and Buchholz, Larissa. 2010. “From the Sociology of Intellectuals to the Sociology of Interventions,” Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 36: 117-137

Buchholz, Larissa. 2009.  “The Reception of Bourdieu in the US and Great Britain,” pp. 387-400 in Bourdieu-Handbook: Life-Work-Influence, edited by Boike Rehbein and Gerhard Froehlich. Stuttgart: Metzler. In German

Buchholz, Larissa. 2008. “Field Theory and Globalization,” pp. 211-238 in After Bourdieu, edited by Beatrice von Bismarck et al. Vienna: Turia + Kant. In German

White, Harrison C., Fuse, Jan, Thiemann, Matthias, and Buchholz, Larissa. 2007. “Networks and Meanings. Styles and Switchings,” Soziale Systeme Vol. 13 (1/2): 543-555

  • Reprinted in Replika (Hungarian Social Science Journal, thematic issue on the work of Harrison White)
  • Translated into Spanish: White, H., Fuhse, J., Thiemann M. and L. Buchholz. 2011. Redes y sentido. Estilos e intercambios. In Ignacio Farías and José Ossandón (eds.) Comunicaciones, semánticas y redes. usos y desviaciones de la sociología de Niklas Luhmann Universidad Iberoamericana: Huixquilucan, Estado de México. 

Buchholz, Larissa. 2006. “Bringing the Body back into Theory and Methodology,” Theory and Society Vol. 35 (4): 481-490

Buchholz, Larissa and Wuggenig, Ulf. 2005. “Cultural Globalisation between Myth and Reality: The Case of the Contemporary Visual Arts,” Glocalogue (4) (special issue with contributions by Saskia Sassen, Neil Brenner, Bruno Latour)

Other Contributions

Buchholz, Larissa and Haiko Lietz. 2008. Contributors to “Getting Action,” pp. 279-333 in revised second edition of Harrison C. White. Identity and Control. How Social Formations Emerge. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Godart, Frederic and Larissa Buchholz. 2008. Contributors to “Styles,” pp. 112-170 in revised second edition of Harrison C. White. Identity and Control. How Social Formations Emerge. Princeton: Princeton University Press.