Publications

Silke Steets, Der Sinnhafte Aufbau der Welt
Silke Steets, Wir sind die Stadt
Silke Steets, Stadium Worlds
Silke Steets, Negotiating Urban Conflicts
Silke Steets et al., Einführung in die Stadt- und Raumsoziologie
Helmuth Berking et al., Religious Pluralism and the City
Silke Steets et al., Zwei Pluralismen

Selected Publications in English

Edited Volumes

Berking, Helmuth/ Schwenk, Jochen/ Steets, Silke (eds.) (2018): Religious Pluralism and the City: Inquiries into Postsecular Urbanism. London/New York, Bloomsbury.

Grubbauer, Monika/ Steets, Silke (eds) (2014):
The Making of Architects. Knowledge Production and Legitimation in Educational and Professional Practice. Special Issue. Architectural Theory Review 19 (1).

Frank, Sybille/ Steets, Silke (eds) (2010):
Stadium Worlds – Football, Space and the Built Environment. London/ New York, Routledge.

Berking, Helmuth/ Frank, Sybille/ Frers, Lars/ Löw, Martina/ Meier, Lars/ Steets, Silke/ Stoetzer, Sergej (eds) (2006):
Negotiating Urban Conflicts. Interaction, Space and Control. Bielefeld, transcript.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Knoblauch, Hubert/ Steets, Silke (2018): Sacred Canopies and Invisible Religions: The Dialectical Construction of Religion in Berger and Luckmann. In: Hjelm, Titus (Ed.): Peter L. Berger and the Sociology of Religion: 50 Years After The Sacred Canopy. London/New York, Bloomsbury, pp. 85–101.

Silke Steets (2017): Seductive Atmospheres, Conflicting Symbols: Religious Landmark Buildings in Diverse Societies. In: Eurostudia – Revue Transatlantique de Recherche sur l’Europe 12 (1), pp. 125–135 [Open Access Journal].

Steets, Silke (2016):
Playing Chamber Music at a Rock Festival? – The Social Construction of Reality in US Sociology. In: Human Studies 39 (1), 71–91.

Steets, Silke (2016):
What Makes People Tick? What Makes a Society Tick? And Is a Theory Useful for Understanding?: An Interview with Peter L. Berger. In: Human Studies ​39 (1), 7–25.

Steets, Silke (2016):
Taking Berger and Luckmann to the Realm of Materiality: Architecture as a Social Construction. In: Cultural Sociology 10 (1), 93–108.

Löw, Martina/ Steets, Silke (2014):
The Spatial Turn and the Built Environment. In: Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis/ Sokratis Koniordos (eds) Handbook of European Sociology. London/ New York, Routledge, 211–224.

Steets, Silke (2014):
Multiple Realities and Religion. A Sociological Approach. In: Society 51 (2), 140–144.

Frank, Sybille/ Steets, Silke (2010):
Introduction: Football, Space, and the Built Environment, in: Sybille Frank and Silke Steets (eds): Stadium Worlds: Football, Space and the Built Environment. London/New York: Routledge, 1–16.

Frank, Sybille/ Steets, Silke (2010):
Conclusion: The Stadium – Lens and Refuge, in: Sybille Frank and Silke Steets (eds): Sta¬dium Worlds: Football, Space and the Built Environment. London/New York: Routledge, 178–294.

Heinecke, Katja/Krehl, Reinhard/ Steets, Silke (2010):
Life with Walter: Living in the Bauhaus Törten Estate, in: Generalist 3, 50–54.

Steets, Silke (2006):
Orbit Palace. Locations and Cultures of Redundant Time, in: Helmuth Berking/ Sybille Frank u.a. (eds), Negotiating Urban Conflicts. Interaction, Space and Control. Bielefeld, transcript, 235–246.

Lange, Bastian/ Steets, Silke (2001):
Cool Frankfurt. Emplacement Strategies of ›New Entrepreneurs‹, in: Regina Bittner (Ed.), Die Stadt als Event (The City as Event). Frankfurt a. M./ New York, Campus, 487–501.

NEW PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH

Knoblauch, Hubert/ Steets, Silke (2018): Sacred Canopies and Invisible Religions: The Dialectical Construction of Religion in Berger and Luckmann. In: Hjelm, Titus (Ed.): Peter L. Berger and the Sociology of Religion: 50 Years After The Sacred Canopy. London/New York, Bloomsbury, pp. 85–101.

Berking, Helmuth/ Schwenk, Jochen/ Steets, Silke (eds.) (2018): Religious Pluralism and the City: Inquiries into Postsecular Urbanism. London/New York, Bloomsbury.

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