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Book: Buchholz, Larissa. The Global Rules of Art. The Emergence and Divisions of a Cultural World Economy. Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN: 978-0691245447. 416 pp.

Buchholz, Larissa, and Ulf Wuggenig. “From the Love of Art to a Passion for Investments? Shifts and Classification Struggles around the Global Elite of Art Collectors.” In Judgement Practices in the Artistic Field, edited by Elisabeth Heymer et al., 392–412. Munich: Edition Metzel. ISBN: 978-388960209I.
Buchholz, Larissa. Review article of Álvaro Santana-Acuña’s Ascent to Glory: How One Hundred Years of Solitude Was Written and Became a Global Classic (Columbia University Press, 2020), American Journal of Sociology 128, no. 1: 311–313.

Buchholz, Larissa, Gary Fine, and Hannah Wohl. “Art Markets in Crisis: How Personal Bonds and Market Subcultures Mediate the Effects of COVID-19.” American Journal of Cultural Sociology 8, no. 3: 462–476.

Buchholz, Larissa. “Risk Society.” In Keywords in Public Art, edited by Zhongtao Zhang and Jun Jiang. Shanghai: Shanghai Literature & Art Publishing House. In Chinese.

Buchholz, Larissa. “Real Type Formation in Global Comparative Work.” Perspectives 41, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 14–18.

Buchholz, Larissa. “Cosmopolitanism, Human Rights and the Cultural Boundaries of World Society.” In Kulturen im Globalen Kontext, 3–31. Verlag für Kunst und Wissenschaft. In German. ISBN: 978-3000591037.

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

Buchholz, Larissa.  “Beyond Reproduction: Asymmetric Interdependencies and the Transformation of Centers and Peripheries in the Globalizing Visual Arts.” In Art and the Challenge of Markets, edited by Victoria Alexander et al., 277–304. London: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN: 978-3319878423.
Buchholz, Larissa. “Paradoxes of Creativity in China,” review article of Lily Chumley’s Creativity Class: Art School and Culture Work in Postsocialist China (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016), British Journal of Sociology 69, 1341–1342.

Buchholz, Larissa. “What is a Global Field? Theorizing Fields beyond the Nation-State” (lead article). The Sociological Review 64, no. 2: 31–60. (Online publication: February 9, 2017).https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1111/2059-7932.12001

Buchholz, Larissa. “Causal Explanation in Global Analysis. A Critical Realist Rapprochement.” Critical Realism Network (December), http://criticalrealismnetwork.org.
Buchholz, Larissa, and Ulf Wuggenig.  “Constructing Audiences, Defining Art: The Field Experiment of the Public Open Libraries” Art in Public Spaces. Visual Arts Journal 12: 12–22. ISSN 23482508.

Buchholz, Larissa. “Art vs. Money? A Comparison of Three Models of Valuation.” In Art in the Periphery of the Center, edited by Christoph Behnke et al., 424–439. Berlin: Sternberg Press. ISBN: 978-3956790775.


Buchholz, Larissa, and Ulf Wuggenig. “Art and Globalization.” In The Art Field: A Study of Actors and Institutions of Contemporary Art, edited by Heike Munder and Ulf Wuggenig, 163–188. Zurich: Ringier. In German. ISBN: 978-3037643006.

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

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


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


Buchholz, Larissa.  “The Reception of Bourdieu in the US and Great Britain.” In Bourdieu-Handbook: Life-Work-Influence, edited by Boike Rehbein and Gerhard Froehlich, 387–400. Stuttgart: Metzler. In German. ISBN: 978-3476025609.


Buchholz, Larissa. “Field Theory and Globalization,” In After Bourdieu, edited by Beatrice von Bismarck et al., 211–238. Vienna: Turia + Kant. In German. ISBN: 978-3851325270.

Buchholz, Larissa and Haiko Lietz. 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.  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.

White, Harrison C., Jan Fuse, Matthias Thiemann, and Larissa Buchholz. “Networks and Meanings: Styles and Switchings.” Soziale Systeme 13, no. 1/2: 543–555.

Buchholz, Larissa. “Risk Society.” In Sculpture. Projects. Muenster 07, edited by Kaspar Koenig and Brigitte Franzen. Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Koenig. In English and German. ISBN: 978-3865602343.

Buchholz, Larissa.  “Bringing the Body Back into Theory and Methodology,” Theory and Society 35, no. 4: 481–490.


Buchholz, Larissa, and Ulf Wuggenig. 2005. “Cultural Globalization between Myth and Reality: The Case of the Contemporary Visual Arts,” in Art-e-Fact, vol. 4.


Buchholz, Larissa, and Sophia Prinz. 2004. “Cartographic Representations.” In Atlas: Spaces in Subjunctive, edited by Christoph Behnke et al. Lueneburg: Verlag für Kunst und Wissenschaft, 32–36. In German. ISBN: 978-3927816572.


Buchholz, Larissa. 2003. “Art and Sustainability-Obstacles and Potentials,” Pp. 7-8 in Campus Courier, University of Lueneburg, edited by Andreas Fischer, extra edition for the World Environment Day, June. In German.

Buchholz, Larissa, and Ulf Wuggenig. 2002. “Nomadic Greenhouses: Dan Peterman’s Project Greenhouse.” In Culture, Art, and Sustainability: The Importance of Culture for Sustainable Development, edited by Hildegard Kurt and Bernd Wagner, 155–174. Bonn: Klartext Verlag. In German. ISBN: 978-3898610933.
Buchholz, Larissa. 2002. “Cultural Landscapes. Diagnosis Development.” Report and evaluation of an international symposium for the Foundation of Lower Saxony, nominated by the president of the University of Lueneburg. Lueneburg: Institute for Cultural Theory. In German.