Professor Manuel Castells

Curriculum Vitae and Bibliography


PERSONAL DATA Manuel Castells Married to Emma Kiselyova One daughter, one step-daughter, three grandchildren Born in Spain in 1942. Lives in California since 1979. Resident of Berkeley 1979-2003. Resident of Santa Monica, California, 2003current.

Professional Address Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California 3502 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281 Telephone: + 1 (213) 821-2079 Fax: + 1 (213) 740-3772 E-mail:

CURRENT POSITIONS AND ACADEMIC TITLES University Professor and Wallis Annenberg Chair of CommunicationTechnology and Society, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles. Research Professor and Director, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3), Universitat Oberta de Catalunya / Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Barcelona, Spain. Professor Emeritus of Sociology and of City and Regional Planning, University of California at Berkeley.

CURRENT VISITING PROFESSORSHIP Distinguished Visiting Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University (2008-…) Distinguished Visiting Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford (2008…) Marvin and Joanne Grossman Distinguished Visiting Professor of Technology and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2004-…)

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EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY DEGREES Secondary education in Valencia and Barcelona, Spain. Four years of study in Law and Economics, University of Barcelona (1958-62). (Interrupted for reasons of political exile, at the age of 20) License (Master) in Public Law and Political Economy, University of Paris, 1964. Diplome in Sociology of Work, Institute of Social Sciences of Work, University of Paris, 1965. Diplome d’Etudes Approfondies (Master) in Sociology, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, University of Paris, 1966. Doctorat de 3eme Cycle (Ph.D) in Sociology, University of Paris, 1967. Doctorado (Ph.D) in Sociology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Doctorat d'Etat es Sciences Humaines, Universite de Paris-V, "Rene Descartes-Sorbonne."

ACADEMIC CAREER Researcher, Laboratory of Industrial Sociology, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris, 1965-67. Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Paris (Nanterre Campus), 196769. Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Montreal, 1969-70. Associate Professor of Sociology (with tenure), and director of the Seminar for Urban Sociology, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 197079. Professor of Sociology and Director, Institute for Sociology of New Technologies, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 1988-93. Research Professor, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona, 1997. Professor of City and Regional Planning and Professor of Sociology, University of California at Berkeley, 1979-2003.

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Appointments during career at the University of California, Berkeley: • Chair, Center for Western European Studies, 1994-1998. • Member of the Executive Committee, Institute of International Studies, 19962003. • Member of the Board, Institute for Slavic and Eastern European Studies, 1999-2001. • Berkeley Campus Voting Delegate to NASULGC Commission. • Member of the Executive Committee, College of Environmental Design. • Elected Member of the Assembly of the Academic Senate. • Fellow of the Institute of Urban and Regional Development, of the Institute of European Studies, of the Center for Latin American Studies, and of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies Appointed Research Professor at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Barcelona, in July, 2001. Appointed Wallis Annenberg Chair and Professor of Communication, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, in July, 2003.

MAIN AWARDS, HONORS, and ACADEMY FELLOWSHIPS Awards and Knighthoods John H. Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 1982-83. C.Wright Mills Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems, for the book The City and the Grass Roots, University of California Press, 1983. Award Fernandez de los Rios for the best essay on urbanism from the Regional Government of Madrid for the book Technopoles of the World, 1995. Award of the Catalan Institute of Technology for the best book about the Information Society, 1998. Robert and Helen Lynd Award for Life Long Contribution to the Field of Urban and Community Sociology, awarded by the American Sociological Association, 1998. Madrid Silver Medal of City Planning, from the Government of Madrid, 1999.

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Internet Cambrescat Award from the Chambers of Commerce of Catalonia for contribution to the understanding of Internet in business and society, Barcelona, 2000. Kevin Lynch Award in Urban Design and Urban Planning, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2001. Order of Arts and Letters from the French Government, awarded by the French Minister of Culture, 2002. Order of the Lion of Finland, awarded by the President of Finland, 2002. National Medal of Science, “Narcís de Monturiol,” awarded by the Government of Catalonia, 2003. Erich Schelling Architecture Theory Prize 2004, from Erich Scelling Architekturstiftung, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2004. Ithiel de Sola Pool Award, from the American Political Science Association for the study of global politics, 2004. Godó Prize of Journalism from the Foundation Count of Godo, Barcelona, 2004. Order Gabriela Mistral for academic merit, awarded by the President of Chile, 2005. Order of Santiago da Espada for scientific merit, awarded by the President of Portugal, 2006. Research Award for Life Long Contribution to Research on Sociology of Computers and information Technology from the American Sociological Association, 2006. Cross of St. George from the Government of Catalonia, 2006. Compostela Award from the Compostela Group of the 75 European Universities situated along the Medieval Way of Santiago de Compostela, 2007. Spain’s National Prize of Sociology and Political Sciences, delivered by the Center for Sociological Investigation (CIS), 2008

Catalonia Prize of Sociology, delivered by Associació Catalana de Sociologia, 2009

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Doctor Honoris Causa, University Medals, and Honorary Professorships Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia, 1998. Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidad de Valencia, Spain, 2001. Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, 2001. Doctor Honoris Causa, Twente University, The Netherlands, 2001. Doctor Honoris Causa, Queen´s University, Canada, 2002. Doctor Honoris Causa, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, 2003. Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Leuven, Belgium, 2004. Doctor Honoris Causa, City University of London, 2004. Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidad de Leon, Spain, 2004. Doctor Honoris Causa, New School University, New York, 2005. Doctor Honoris Causa, Federal Swiss Institute of Technology/ Ecole Polytechnique Federale, Lausanne, 2006. Doctor Honoris Causa, Telé Université du Québec à Montréal, 2006. Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Costa Rica, 2007. Medal of Honor, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1999. Medal of Honor, Universita Bocconi, MIlan, 2002. Honorary Professor, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, 2003. Honorary Professor, East China Normal University, Shanghai, 2004.

Academies Fellowship Fellow of the European Academy (Sociology), appointed in 1994. Fellow of the Spanish Royal Academy of Economics and Finance, appointed in 2005. Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), appointed in 2006.

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MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCILS, BOARDS, AND ADVISORY BOARDS Manuel Castells is currently a member of the following boards and councils: Member of the Advisory Council of Barcelona Institute of Architecture, 2009 Member of the Governing Board of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), 2008-2012. Trustee of the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, 2006 - 2010. Advisory Board of the Information Technology Development Program of the Government of Chile, 2007. . . Advisory Council of the Regional Dialogue on the Information Society in Latin America, 2006 - . . ., United Nations Advisory Council of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development, 2006 - . . . Board member of the Fundación Carolina, Cultural Foundation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Spain, 2004 - . . . Advisory Board of the Asian Media Information and Communication Center (AMIC), 2004 - … Advisory Board of the International Association of Science Parks, 2002 - . . . He has been a member of the following boards and councils: Founding Member of the Scientific Council of the European Research Council of the European Union, 2005 - 2008. Advisory Board on Telecommunications Policy of the Government of Spain, 2005 – 2007 International Advisory Council of the President of South Africa on Information Technology and Development, 2001 - 2007. Advisory Board of the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, 2002 2006. Chair of the Advisory Commission on the Information Society of the Minister of Industry, Government of Spain, 2004 - 2006. Advisory Board of the United Nations Secretary General on Information and Communication Technology and Development, 2000 – 2007. Advisory Panel to the United Nations Secretary General on the relationships

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between the United Nations and global civil society, 2003 – 2004. Advisory Board of the United Nations Human Development Report, 1998 2001. European Commission's High Level Expert Group on the Information Society, 1995 – 97. Chair of the International Advisory Committee on the Social and Political Problems of the Transition appointed by the Prime Minister of Russia, under the first Yeltsin Administration, 1992. Spanish Government's Advisory Council on Science and Technology, and principal advisor of the research program on new technologies of the Prime Minister of Spain, 1984 - 88.

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS AND EXTENDED LECTURESHIPS Distinguished Visiting Professor of Technology and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Program on Science, Technology, and Society; Department of Urban Studies and Planning; and Media Lab, 2004 - current. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Science and Technology, Santa Clara University, 2008-2011. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford, 20082011. Liberal Arts University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 2004. Higher School of Economics, Moscow, 2003. Center for Higher Education Transformation, Pretoria, South Africa, 2000. Oxford University, Business School, 2000. University of Hawaii, 2000. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 1995. University of Amsterdam, 1992. Soviet Sociological Association's Program of Advanced Studies in Sociology, Moscow, 1991- 1992. Taiwan National University, Taipei, 1989.

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National University of Singapore, 1987. Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1985. Universidad de San Simon, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1985. University of Southern California, School of Urban Planning, Los Angeles, 1984, 1987- 1988. University of Hong Kong, 1983-1987. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1982. Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, 1981. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1975 and 1977. Boston University, 1976. Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1976. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico, 1976. University of California, Santa Cruz, 1975. Université de Geneve, 1974. Universidade de Campinas, Sao Paulo, 1971. Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile, 1971 and 1972. Institut d'Etudes du Developpement, Université de Paris, 1970, 1971-1972. Université de Montréal, 1969. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (Unesco), Santiago de Chile, 1968 and 1970.

ADVISING ACTIVITIES Has been a pro-bono advisor to: Government of Chile (Allende administration and Lagos administration), Government of Portugal, Government of Spain, Regional Government of Andalusia, Regional Government of Asturias, Government of Ecuador, Government of Mexico, Government of Nicaragua (Sandinista administration), Government of China, Government of Brazil, Government of the Russian Federation (Yeltsin administration), Government of South Africa, Government of Finland, Government of Catalonia and Secretary General of United Nations.

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He has been a consultant to: United Sates Agency for International Development; UNESCO; United Nations Development Program; International Labor Office, United Nations; World Bank; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); European Commission.

KEYNOTE SPEECHES AND DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIPS (1990-2009) 2009 Keynote speech, Università di Milano-Bicocca Keynote speech, Fundazione Corrieri de la Sera Keynote speech, Open Universiteit Nederland

2008 Distinguished Lecture, Oxford Internet Institute. Lecture for London School of Economics for the inauguration of a new academic building. International Sociological Association (ISA), World Forum, in Barcelona. Distinguished Lecture, Universita Bocconi (Milan) Distinguished Lecture, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

2007 Distinguished Lecture, International Seminar on Mobile Communication in Latin America, Telefónica Foundation, Buenos Aires, May. Distinguished Lecture, Seminar on Creativity and Innovation in Digital Culture, University of Seville, May. Keynote Speech, Swiss Institute of Technology and University of Lausanne Joint Seminar on Urban Networks and Network Theory, Lausanne, June. Distinguished Lecture, New School University, September. Distinguished Lecture, University of California at Berkeley, October. Distinguished Lecture, Omar Dengo Foundation, San Jose, Costa Rica, November.

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Speech on the Occasion of Receiving a Doctorate Honoris Causa, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica, November

2006 Inaugural lecture, Spanish Royal Academy of Economics and Finance, Barcelona, February. Distinguished lecture, Federal Swiss Institute of Technology, Lausanne, March. Opening lecture, annual meeting of International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany, June. Opening Lecture, Silicon Valley Challenge Summit, Santa Clara University, November. Distinguished Lecture, University of California at Berkeley, November. Distinguished November Lecture, Universidad Iberoamericana, Santo Domingo,

2005 Erich Schelling Memorial Lecture, Eric Schelling Architectural Foundation, Karslruhe, January. Keynote Lecture, International Conference on Globalization in the Gulf Region, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, February. Opening Lecture, International Presidential Conference on the Network Society and the Knowledge Economy: Portugal in the Global Context, Presidency of the Republic of Portugal, Lisbon, March. Commencement Speech, New School University, New York, May. Presidential Conference, Presidency of the Republic of Chile, Santiago de Chile, July. Distinguished Lecture on Finland and Europe in the Information Society, Parliament of Finland, June. Keynote Speech, Tallberg Foundation International Conference on the state of the world, Tallberg, Sweden, July. Closing Lecture, International Congress of Systems Theory, Quito, November.

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2004 Ralph Miliband Memorial Lecture, London School of Economics, March. Birley Lecture, City University of London, March. Conference on the Information Age in Russia and the Urals, Yekaterinburg. Keynote Speech, May. Inaugural Lecture, Institute Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Sao Paulo, May. Ithiel de Sola Pool Lecture, American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, September. Distinguished Lecture, East China Normal University, Shanghai, November.

2003 Information for All, International Conference, Bilbao, February. Information for All, International Conference, United Nations, Geneva, February. International Seminar on E-Government, organized by the City of Barcelona, Barcelona, March. International Conference on Economic Modernization of Russia, organized by the Higher School of Economics and the Russian Government, Moscow, April. International Seminar on Global Governance, organized by the Presidency of the French Republic, Paris, April. European New Media Technology and Everyday Life Conference, London School of Economics, April. World Congreso of Saving Banks. Keynote Speaker, May. Conference on Globalization in Latin America, Universidad Iberoamericana, Puebla, Mexico, October. Foro Bicentenario de Chile, Presidency of Chile, Inaugural Lecture, Santiago de Chile, November. Tsinghua University, Beijing. Distinguished Lecture, November.

2002 World Economic Forum, New York, Discussion Leader, January.

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International Seminar on “The Implications of Castells´ Trilogy “The Information Age,” Santa Cruz, Bolivia, March. Organized by the Latin American Bureau of the United Nations Development Program. Universita Bocconi, Milan. Distinguished Lecturer, May. International Symposium on Building the Knowledge Societies, Unesco, Paris. Keynote Speaker, May. International Congress of Educative Cities, Tampere, Finland. Keynote Speaker, June. European Commission, Directorate Distinguished Lecturer, April. of Information Society, Brussels,

Queen´s University, Canada, Conference on the Network Society. Keynote Speaker, May. International Conference on Educative Cities, Tampere, Finland. Keynote Speaker, June. Opening Lecture, Summer School, University of Zaragoza, Jaca, Spain, July. University of Michigan, Distinguished Lecturer. Ann Arbor, School of Information Science,

2001 Universidad de Guadalajara, México. “Cátedra Julio Cortázar,” Catedrático, April. MIT, Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Keynote speech in the seminar, on the occasion of receiving the Kevin Lynch Award, April. Columbia University, School of Architecture, New York. Distinguished Lecturer, April. World Congress of Science and Technology Parks, Bilbao. Keynote Speaker, June. Seminar on Theories for a New Society, Fundación Botín, Madrid. Keynote Speaker, June. Conference of the International Council of Museums, Barcelona. Inaugural Speaker, July. Congress of the Spanish Sociological Association, Salamanca. Keynote Speaker, September.

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European Congress of Business Ethics in Business Schools, Valencia. Keynote Speaker, September. International Seminar on Information Society, Espoo, Finland. Keynote Speaker, September. Royal Association of Dutch Geographers, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands. Distinguished Lecture, October. Seminar on Internet & Society, presentation of the book “The Internet Galaxy,” London School of Economics, October. Distinguished Lecturer, Humboldt University, Berlin, November. Distinguished Lecturer, University of Munich, November. Distinguished Lecturer, Goethe University, Frankfurt, November. International Labour Office, United Nations, World Employment Forum, Geneva. Keynote Speaker, November.

2000 Speech to the Meeting of the Joint Committee on Public Policy of the National Academies, Irvine, California, February. United Nations, New York. Keynote Address to the Economic and Social Council on “Information Technology and Global Development,” May. World Congress of Software Engineering, Limerick, Ireland. Opening Lecture. Oxford University, Clarendon Lectures in Management, June. Oxford University, Linacre Lecture, June. Economic and Social Science Research Council, Keynote Lecture on the Conference on Virtual Society Programme, London, June. University of Witwatersraand, Johannesburg, World Conference on Urban Futures. Keynote speaker, July. Association of Internet Researchers Conference, University of Kansas, Lawrence. Keynote Speaker, September. Foundation Banco de Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, Forum on the New Economy, Inaugural lecture, Madrid, October. Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Inaugural Lecture for Academic Year 2000-2001, Barcelona, October.

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University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication, Academic Senate’s Distinguished Lecturer, October. International Conference on Cities in the Information Age, Helsinki. Keynote Speaker, December. “Ord & Bild,” Seminar on Castells’ theories on the Information Age, Stockholm. Keynote Speaker, December. Higher School of Economics, Moscow. Presentation of the Russian edition of “The Information Age,” December.

1999 World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January. International meeting on “Responsible Globality.” Lead Speaker in two sessions: “Revisiting the Network Society,” and “Creative cities.” Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government and Public Policy, March. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” International Seminar of Catholic Archbishops of the worlds’ largest metropolitan areas, Bogotá, Colombia. Keynote Speaker, April. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age,” April. Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age,” June. UNESCO, Paris. “Dialogues du XXIeme siecle.” Keynote Speaker. University of Barcelona, Inaugural Lecture of the Summer School, June. University of the Basc Country, San Sebastian. Inaugural Lecture of the Summer School, June. University of California, San Diego, Department of Communication and Supercomputer Center. Distinguished Speaker, October. The State of the World Forum, San Francisco, October. Speaker in Plenary Session and Chair on the Plenary Session on “The Networked Economy in the Global Village.” University of California, San Diego. Supercomputer Center and School of Engineering. Distinguished Lecture on the Information Society. World Economy Institute (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. International Conference on Globalisation. Keynote speaker.

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Duke University, North Carolina. Distinguished University Lecturer. Portuguese Presidency of the European Union, Sintra, Portugal .Seminar on the information Society in Europe. Keynote Speaker. University of Hawaii, Distinguished Lecturer. University of California, Los Angeles, Distinguished Lecturer.

1998 Conference, "Cities and Telecommunications." University of Georgia, Atlanta. Keynote Speaker. Presidency of Brazil, International Seminar on Globalization and the State, Sao Paulo, March, Keynote speaker. Cite des Sciences et de l’Industrie, La Villette, Paris. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” United Nations Institute for Social Research, International Conference on Globalization and Inequality, June, Keynote Speaker Universidad de Buenos Aires, Faculty of Social Sciences, Argentina, August. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” Universidad de San Andres, La Paz, Bolivia, Doctor Honoris Causa. Keynote Address. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Section of Community and Urban Sociology, San Francisco, August. Keynote speaker. Conference on "Information Technologies and World Development,” organized by United Nations, Geneva. Opening lecture. Science and Industry Museum, La Villette, Paris. Presentation/debate on the trilogy “The Information Age.” Tate Gallery, London. Conference about “Competitiveness, Productivity and Inequality in the Network Society.” Tillburg University, Holland. The Erasmus Premium’s International Symposium on the Culture of the Information Age, Keynote speaker, November. Stanford University. Conference on “Russia at the End of the 20 Keynote Speaker, November.


European Commission’s Center for Industrial Mutation and Conversion, Luxembourg. International Seminar on Castells’ trilogy “The Information Age”,

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1997 School of Geography, Oxford University. "Information and the City: the Castells Conference." Keynote Speaker. Stanford University. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” City University of New York, Graduate Center. Presentation of the trilogy “ The Information Age,” introduced and chaired by the President of CUNY, March. UCLA, Department of Information Studies. Lazerow Ditinguished Lecturer, April. Department of Sociology, Distinguished lecturer. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

United Nations Development Program, Santiago de Chile, Seminar on Globalization and Identity, June. Keynote speaker. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Institut Audiovisual, Barcelona. Lección inaugural del curso 1997-98. International Congress of Electronic Art European Association, Amsterdam. Keynote Speaker. University of Frankfurt, International Symposium on Networks and Economic Development, September. Keynote Speaker. Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Novosibirsk. EuropeanRussian Seminar on Siberian Regional Development, September. Keynote speaker. University College, Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, London. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” Conference commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Finnish Independence, organised by the Presidency of Finland. "Finland as an Information Society," Helsinki. Opening lecture. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona, September. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.” Association of Internet Researchers Conference, University of Kansas, Lawrence, September. Keynote speaker. Department of Geography, Cambridge University, November. Presentation of the trilogy “The Information Age.”

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Duke University, North Carolina. November. Distinguished Lecturer. Conference on Finland as an Information Society, organized and introduced by the President of Finland. Helsinki. December. Keynote Speaker.

1996 “Perspectives on Russia and the World in the 21st Century.” Conference organized by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Moscow. Keynote speaker. University of California, Berkeley. Presentation of the trilogy on “The Information Age.” Conference on the International Association of Sociology about the social movement in the Information Age, Santa Cruz, California. Keynote Speaker.

1995 European Congress of Disabled Persons Organizations, Barcelona. Keynote Speech on "Cities for All." Telepolis Conference. Cultural Program of Luxembourg's European Capital of Culture. Keynote Speaker.

1994 Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Distinguished Visiting Lecturer. Harvard University, Graduate School of Design. Conference on "Globalization of Design Practice. “ Keynote Speaker. University of Barcelona, International Conference on Critical Theories in Education. Keynote Speaker. Science Centre, Government of Nord Rhein - Westphalia, International Conference on European Regions, Oberhausen. Keynote Speaker. United Nations Development Program, Bogotá, Colombia. International Symposium on Strategic Planning. Keynote Speaker. Society for Urban Anthropology, and Society for the Anthropology of North America. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Atlanta. Distinguished Interlocutor of Anthropology. International Seminar on "Brazil and New World Trends," on the occasion of the Presidential Inauguration of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Brasilia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Keynote Speaker.

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1993 Universita di Torino, Italia. International Conference on "New Technologies and Society." Keynote Speaker. Pratt Institute, New York. Symposium on "The Marginal City." Keynote Speaker. Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian section, Conference on "Siberia and the World Economy," Novosibirsk. Keynote speaker.

1992 International Conference on Housing by the University of Delft, the Hague. Keynote Speaker. Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, New York. Princeton University, Symposium on "The New Urbanism." Keynote Speaker.

1991 Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Summer School. Spanish-Soviet conference about the process of political transition, Moscow. Closing lecture.

1990 World Congress of Sociology, Madrid. Chair of the session "Information Technologies and urban-regional development” and "Environment and Society." American Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Annual Congress. Austin, Texas. Keynote Speaker.

INVITED LECTURES AND SEMINARS IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS (By country, in alphabetical order. Years indicated)

Argentina Instituto Torcuato Di Tella (1971). Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (1985). Universidad de Buenos Aires (1998). Universidad Nacional General San Martin (1998).

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Belgium Universite de Louvain (1971, 1976, 1978). Universite Libre de Bruxelles (1974). University of Leuven (2004).

Bolivia Universidad de San Simon, Cochabamba (1985, 1998). Colegio de Arquitectos, Cochabamba (1985). Colegio de Arquitectos, La Paz (1985). Universidad de San Andres, La Paz (1985, 1998). Centro de Estudios Económicos (CERES), La Paz (1985). Centro de Estudios Económicos (CERES), Cochabamba (1998). Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo, La Paz (1998). Universidad Católica de Bolivia, Santa Cruz (2002).

Brazil Universidade de Sao Paulo (1968, 1971,1999). Universidade Católica de Rio de Janeiro (1968). Universidad de Campinas (1971). CEBRAP, Sao Paulo (1971). Fundacao Muro, Rio de Janeiro (1981). Instituto do Arquitetos do Brasil, Brasilia and Salvador (1982). Universidad de Brasilia (1982). Prefeitura de Sao Paulo (1985). Fundacao Alexandre de Gusmao, Brasilia (1994). Ministerio de Administracao Publica, Sao Paulo (1998). Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro (1999). Secretaria de Estado da Cidade, Gobierno Federal, Brasilia (1999). Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento, Rio de Janeiro (2002). Instituto Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Sao Paulo (2004).

Canada Universite Laval, Quebec (1969, 1986, 2004). Universite de Montreal (1986, 2004). Mc Gill University, Montreal (1986). University of Toronto (1989). Queen´s University (2002). Universite du Quebec a Montreal (2004, 2006). Télé-Université de Quebec, Montreal (2006).

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Chile Universidad de Chile (1968, 1970, 1971). Universidad Católica de Chile (1971, 1972). Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1986). Colegio Chileno de Sociólogos (1986). Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo, Santiago (1999). Foro Bicentenario, Presidencia de Chile, Santiago (2003). Foro Valparaiso (2003, 2005, 2008). Presidencia de la República (2005).

China Institute of Technology and International Economy, The State Council, Beijing (1987). East China Normal University, Shanghai (2004). Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing (2004). Dushu Magazine Forum, Beijing (2004). Tsinghua University, Beijing (2004).

Colombia Universidad Nacional, Bogotá (1992, 1998). United Nations Development Program, Bogotá (1994).

Costa Rica University of Costa Rica, San Jose (2007). Fundacion Omar Dengo, Sam Jose (2007)

Denmark Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen (1976).

Dominican Republic Universidad Iberoamericana, Santo Domingo (2006).

Ecuador Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Quito (1981). Municipalidad de Guayaquil (1981). Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ecuador, Quito (2005).

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Finland Sitra (1997). Helsinki Institute (2000). City of Tampere (2002). Helsinki University of Technology (2003). Helsinki Institute of Information Technology and Finnish Parliament (2005).

France Universite de Grenoble (1970). Universite de Lille (1972). Universite de Toulouse (1971). Centre Culturel Cerisy-La Salle (1993). Cite des Sciences et de l’Industrie, La Villette, Paris (1998). Unesco, Paris (1999, 2002).

Germany Institut fur Sozialforschung, Frankfurt (1974). Technische Universitat, Berlin (1984). Carl Friedrich Von Siemens Stiftung, Munich (1990). Universitat Dortmund (1994). Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt (1997, 2001). Universitat Humboldt, Berlin (2001). Universitat Munchen (2001). Eric Schelling Stiftung, Karslruhe (2005).

Holland University of Amsterdam (1979, 1992). Tillburg University (1998). Nijmegen University (2001). Twente University (2001). Cultural Center De Balie, Amsterdam, 2002.

Hong Kong University of Hong Kong (1983, 1987). Institute of Housing, Hong Kong (1983). Institute of Town Planning, Hong Kong (1983).

Hungary Museum of History, Budapest (1973)

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India Indian Council for Social Sciences Research, New Delhi (1988).

Iran University of Tehran (2006). University AmirKabir (2006). Institute for Management and Planning Studies (2006). University of Allameh-Tabatabee (2006).

Italy Universita di Venezia (1973, 1974). Universita di Roma (1974). Universita di Milano (1977). Universita di Torino (1977, 1993). Universita di Pavia (1983). European Community Joint Research Center, Ispra (1993). Universita Bocconi (2002). Universita Milano-Biccoca (2003). Universita Luiss, Roma (2003). Government of the Province of Venice, Venice (2006).

Japan Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo (1988, 1995).

Korea (Republic of) Seoul National University (1988). Korean Research Institute on Human Settlements, Seoul (1988).

Mexico Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) (1971, 1982, 1996). Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana de Azcapotzalco, México (1976). El Colegio de México (1976). Secretaria de Programación y Presupuesto de la Presidencia de la República (1986). Universidad de Guadalajara (2001). Universidad Iberoamericana de Puebla (2002).

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Nicaragua Universidad Nacional, Managua (1981). Asociacion Nicaraguense de Ciencias Sociales, Managua (1981). Secretaria de Asuntos Municipales, Managua (1981).

Panama Sociedad Interamericana de Planificación (1974).

Paraguay Centro Paraguayo de Sociología, Asunción (1968).

Polland Lecture in Agora, (2009).

Puerto Rico Departamento de Sociología, Universidad de Puerto Rico (1985).

Russia Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering (IEIE). Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Novosibirsk (1984, 1990, 1993, 1997). Soviet Sociological Association, Moscow and Leningrad (1989). Soviet Sociological Association, Advanced Sociology Program, Moscow (1990, 1991). Moscow University (1990, 2003). Higher School of Economics, Moscow (1998, 2000, 2003). Institute of the World Economy (IMEMO) (1999). Liberal Arts University of Yekaterinburg (2004).

Singapore National University of Singapore (1987, 1989). Singapore Institute of Planners (1987).

South Africa University of Natal (2000).

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University of Witwatersraand (2000). Peninsula Technikon, Cape Town (2000). Center for Higher Education Transformation, Pretoria (2000).

Spain/ Catalonia Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona (2000). Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona (1974, 1977, 1985). Universitat de Barcelona (1974, 1994, 1995, 1999). Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (1997). Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona (2002). Collegi d'Arquitectes de Barcelona (1973). Col·legi d'Enginyers Industrials de Barcelona (1974). Col·legi d'Economistes de Barcelona (1990). Institut Catala de Tecnologia (1991, 2001). Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1976, 1978, 1989, 1991, 2008). Universidad de Granada (1979). Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos de Madrid (1976, 1978). Universidad de Santander (1980). Instituto de Estudios de Administración Local, Madrid (1986). Universidad Internacional "Menendez Pelayo:" Santander (1984, 1987, 1989). Barcelona (1984). Valencia (1988). Sevilla (1991). Universidad de Sevilla (1988, 1991). Universidad de Salamanca (1989). Universidad de Malaga (1990). Universidad de Oviedo (1993). Colegio de Economistas de Madrid (1993). Universidad del País Vasco (1998), Bilbao (1992), San Sebastián (1999). Universitat de València (2001). Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (2001). Universidad de Leon (2003, 2004). Fundación del Banco de Santander, Madrid, 2008

Sweden Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (1976). Royal Institute of International Affairs (2005). Tallberg Foundation (2002, 2005).

Switzerland Ecole d'Etudes Sociales de Lausanne (1974). Universite de Geneve (1974). Institut d'Etudes du Developpement, Geneve (1974).

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Institut d'Etudes Internationales du Travail (1993). International Labour Office’s International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva (1993, 1994, 1995). United Nations Institute for Research on Social Development, Geneva (1998). Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne/ Federal Swiss Institute of Technology, Lausanne (2006).

Taiwan National Taiwan University, Taipei (1989).

Thailand National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok (1989).

United Kingdom University of Manchester (1972). University of York (1975). Oxford University (1976, 1997, 2000, 2008). University of Kent (1976). Center for Environmental Studies, London (1976). University of Essex (1976). University of Sussex (1985). Cambridge University (1997). University College, London (1997). Tate Gallery (1998). City University of London (2004). London School of Economics (2001, 2003, 2004).

United States Museum of Modern Art, New York (1972). Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1996). Library of Congress, Washington D.C.(1999). San Francisco State University (1981, 1988). Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California (2000, 2001, 2006, 2007). Stanford University (1980, 1981, 1990, 1997, 1998). UCLA, Los Angeles (1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1994, 2000, 2004). University of California at Berkeley (2006, 2007). University of California, Davis (1986, 1998,1999). University of California, Irvine (2008) University of California, San Diego (1999). University of California, Santa Barbara (1982, 1990). University of California, Santa Cruz (1975, 1984, 1986).

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University of Southern California, Los Angeles (1980, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1999, 2000, 2002). Arizona State University (1982). Boston University (1976). California Arts Institute, Los Angeles (2003). Columbia University, New York (1974, 1977, 1980, 1992, 2001). Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (1974, 1981). Duke University (1999). Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (1980, 1983, 1994, 1999). Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore (1975, 1977, 1984). M.I.T., Cambridge, MA. (1975, 1981, 1983, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007). Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota (1994). New School University, New York (2005, 2007) New York University (1988). Pratt Institute, New York (1993). Princeton University, New Jersey (1992). Rutgers University, New Jersey (1988). University of Arizona (1982). University of Chicago (1969, 1975, 1977). University of Illinois, Chicago (1980). University of Kansas, Lawrence (2000). University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2002). University of Nevada, Reno (1998). University of Pennsylvania (1998). University of Washington, Seattle (1999). University of Wisconsin, Madison (1975, 1977).

Venezuela Instituto de Urbanismo, Universidad Central de Venezuela (1980, 1981). Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas (1981).

ACADEMIC SERVICE OUTSIDE HOME UNIVERSITIES (Main activities) Member of the Executive Committee of the International Sociological Association, 1990-94. President of the Research Committee on Sociology of Urban and Regional Development, of the International Sociological Association, 1978-82. Member of the Editorial Board or the Advisory Editorial Board of the following academic journals: Espaces et Societes (Paris), 1970-75. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, London (Co-founder of

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the Journal), 1977-87. Ciudad y Territorio, Madrid, 1984-89. Urban Affairs Quarterly, 1990-94. Revista Espanola de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 1988-92. International Journal of Health Services, New York , current. Sage Urban Studies Abstracts, 1980-1990. International Journal of Japanese Sociology, current. Urban Anthropology, current. Journal of Urban Technology, current. Competition and Change. A Journal of Global Political Economy, current. New Political Economy, current. Information, Communication, and Society, current. City & Community, current. International Journal of Sociology, 2006 - . . . New Media and Society, current. 21st Century Society, 2006-… International Journal of Communication (co-editor), 2006-…

MAIN RESEARCH FIELDS (In order of importance of current attention)

Sociology and Economics of Information & Communication Technology Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Information Society Political Communication Theory of the Network Society Technology Policy Sociology of Social Movements Political Sociology International Relations Regional Development Comparative Political Economy

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Urban Sociology Comparative Urbanization


Has conducted research in France, Italy, Spain, Quebec, Chile, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States (California, New York), Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, China, Japan, Russia, and Catalonia.

MAIN TEACHING SUBJECTS (Sequential order, from 1967 to 2008)

Methodology and Epistemology of Social Sciences Urban Sociology Sociology of Development Economic sociology & Political Economy Comparative Urban and Regional Policies Social Planning Urbanization in Developing Countries Regional Development Sociology of Information & Communication Technology Sociology of Information Society Globalization and Communication Political Communication Theory of the Network Society


Main advisor to 12 completed doctoral dissertations at the University of Paris, 35 completed doctoral dissertations at the University of California, Berkeley, 3 doctoral dissertations at the Open University of Catalonia, 1 at MIT, and 4 doctoral dissertations at the University of Southern California. Member of Ph.D. committees for additional 25 dissertations at the University of California, Berkeley, 4 at the Open University of Catalonia, 3 at MIT, and 6 at the University of Southern California.

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MANUEL CASTELLS Bibliography 1967-2009 (In reverse chronological order)


BOOKS I.A. Author or Main Author I.B. Co-author I.C. Editor or Co-editor.




I. BOOKS (Cited in the language of original publication) I.A. Author or Main Author

2009 Communication Power, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Translated into Spanish, Italian and Catalan.

2006 Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective. Cambridge, Massachussets: The MIT Press. (Co-authored with Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol, Jack Linchuan Qiu, and Araba Sey) Translated in Spanish by Ariel (Barcelona), in Italian and in Korean.

2005 Globalización, Desarrollo y Democracia: Chile en el Contexto Mundial. Santiago de Chile: Fondo de Cultura Económica.

2001 The Internet Galaxy. Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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(Translated in Spanish by Plaza&Janes, French by Fayard, Catalan by Rosa dels Vents, Italian by Feltrinelli, German by Leske and Budrich, Russian by UFactoria, Swedish by Daidalos, and Korean by Hansul. Also translated in Portuguese, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Polish, Dutch, Danish, Chinese, and Japanese)

1996 The Information Age: Economy, Society, and Culture. 1998, 2000, 2003 editions. Oxford, England, and Cambridge, Massachussets: Blackwell Publishers. Volume I: The Rise of the Network Society (1996, 2 ed. 2000) nd Volume II: The Power of Identity (1997, 2 ed. 2004) nd Volume III: End of Millennium (1998, 2 ed. 2000) [The three volumes are translated in Spanish (Alianza Editorial, Madrid y Siglo XXI, Mexico); French (Fayard); Chinese (Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, and Tonsan, Taipei); Portuguese (Paz e Terra, Sao Paulo, and Gulbenkian, Lisbon); Russian (Higher School of Economics Press); Swedish (Daidalus); Korean (Hansul); Japanese (Toshindo); German (Leske+Budrich); Italian (Bocconi); Parsi (Teheran, 2001); Catalan (Edicions UOC); Turkish; Croatian; Bulgarian; Lithuanian; Danish; Hungarian; Macedonian; Polish; Arabic ((forthcoming); Indonesian (forthcoming).]

1999 Global Economy, Information Society, Cities, and Regions. Tokyo: Aoki Shoten (Published only in Japanese).

1990 The Shek Kip Mei Syndrome: Economic Development and Public Housing in HongKong and Singapore. London: Pion.

1989 The Informational City. Information Technology, Economic Restructuring and the Urban-Regional Process. Oxford, England, and Cambridge, Massachussets: Blackwell Publishers. [Translated in Spanish (Alianza), in Chinese, and in Korean.]

1986 Nuevas Tecnologías, Economía y Sociedad en España. 2 vols. Madrid: Alianza 31 of 51


1983 The City and the Grassroots. A Cross-Cultural Theory of Urban Social Movements. Berkeley: University of California Press. London: Edward Arnold. [Winner of the C.Wright Mills Award. Translated in Spanish (Alianza), Japanese (Honsei University Press), and partially translated in Korean.]

1982 Capital Multinacional, Estados Nacionales y Comunidades Locales. Mexico: Siglo XXI.

1981 Crisis Urbana y Cambio Social. Madrid-Mexico: Siglo XXI.

1980 The Economic Crisis and American Society. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Oxford: Basil Blackwell Publishers. [Also published in French (Presses Universitaires de France). Translated in Spanish (Barcelona: Laia) and in Chinese (Shanghai and Taipei).]

1978 City, Class, and Power. London: Mac Millan, and New York: St Martin's Press.(Translated in Japanese). Crise du logement et mouvements sociaux urbains. Enquete sur la region parisienne. Paris: Mouton. (Partially translated in Italian)

1975 Sociologie de l'espace industriel. Paris: Anthropos. (Translated in Spanish)

1974 Monopolville. L'entreprise, l'etat, l'urbain. Paris: Mouton.

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1972 La Question Urbaine. Paris: Francois Maspero. [Translated in English (MIT Press and Edward Arnold,1977). Translated in Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Greek, Polish, and Japanese. Revised edition, 1980, Paris: La Decouverte.]

1971 Problemas de investigación en sociología urbana. Madrid-Mexico: Siglo XXI. (Translated in Portuguese)

I.B. Co-authored books

2007 La transición a la sociedad red,Barcelona: Ariel (co-authored with Imma Tubella, Teresa Sancho and Meritxell Roca). Translated to Catalan.

2002 The Information Society and the Welfare State: The Finnish Model. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Co-authored with Pekka Himanen) Translated in Finnish, Spanish, Catalan, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Ukrainian, Italian, Turkish.

1997 Local and Global: The Managements of Cities in the Information Age. London: Earthscan. (Co-authored with Jordi Borja) Also published in Spanish. Translated in Italian.

1995 The Collapse of Soviet Communism: A View from the Information Society. Berkeley: University of California. International and Area Studies Book Series. (Co-authored with Emma Kiselyova) New edition, 2003. Los Angeles: Figueroa Press.

1994 Technopoles of the World. The Making of 21st Century Industrial Complexes.

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London and New York: Routledge. (with Peter Hall) (Translated in Spanish (Alianza), in Chinese, and in Korean)

1993 The New Global Economy in the Information Age. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press. (Co-authored with M.Carnoy, S.Cohen, F.H.Cardoso)

1975 Metodología y epistemología de las ciencias sociales. Madrid: Ayuso. (Coauthored with Ipola) Participación y cambio social en la problemática contemporánea. Buenos Aires: Sociedad Interamericana de Planificación.

1973 La renovation urbaine a Paris. Paris: Mouton.

I.C. Books edited or co-edited

2006 The Network Society: From Knowledge to Policy. Washington DC: Center for Transatlantic Relations, The Johns Hopkins University. (Co-edited with Gustavo Cardoso. Co-published in Portuguese. Lisboa: Gulbenkian Foundation)

2004 The Network Society: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. London: Edward Elgar. (Edited and co-authored. Translated in Spanish, Korean, and Chinese)

2002 Muslim Europe or Euro-Islam, Lexington Books. (With Nezar Al Sayyad. Translated in Spanish and in Turkish)

1994 Estrategias para la Reindustrialización de Asturias. Madrid: Editorial Civitas.

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1992 Andalucía: Innovación tecnológica y desarrollo económico. Madrid: EspasaCalpe.

1991 Dual City: Restructuring New York. New York: Russell Sage. La industria de las tecnologías de información: España en el contexto mundial (1985-1990). Madrid: Fundesco. Las grandes ciudades en la década de los noventa. Madrid: Sistema.

1989 The Informal Economy. Studies in Advanced and Less Developed Countries. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

1986 Territorial Development and Global Restructuring. London: Sage.

1985 High Technology, Space, and Society. Beverly Hills: Sage.

1974 Estructura de clase y política urbana en America Latina. Buenos Aires: Sociedad Interamericana de Planificación.


2008 “The Structure and Dynamics of Global Multi-Media Business Networks” International Journal of Communication. Vol.2. 2008. 707-748. (With Amelia Arsenault)

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"Switching Power: Rupert Murdoch and the Global Business of Media Politics: A Sociological Analysis International Sociology", Jul 2008; vol. 23: pp. 488 – 513 (with Amelia Arsenault) "The New Public Sphere: Global Civil Society, Communication Networks, and Global Governance".The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 616, No. 1, 2008, pp. 78-93.

2007 “Communication, Power and Counterpower in the Network International Journal of Communication. Vol. 1.2007. 238-266. Society.”

2006 “Conquering the Minds, Conquering Iraq: the Social Production of Misinformation in the United States – a case study.” Information, Communication & Society. Vol. 9, No. 3. June 2006. 284-308. (With Amelia Arsenault)

2005 “Global Governance and Global Politics,” Political Science, January.

2004 “Space of Flows, Space of Places: Materials for a Theory of Urbanism in the Information Age.” The Cybercities Reader. Ed. Stephen Graham. London: Routledge. 82-93. “Estado y sociedad en la democracia chilena.” Política Exterior. No. 100, JulioAgosto 2004.

2003 “La interacció entre les tecnologies de la informació y la comunicació y la societat xarxa: un canvi històric.” Coneixement i societat. 1 (2003): 8-21.

2002 “Empirical Study of the Information Society: Comparative Analysis of Employment in G7 Countries, 1920 to 2000.” International Labour Review. Vol. 121, No. 1-2, (2002): 133-171. (With Yuko Aoyama)

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2001 “Urban Sociology in the 21 Century.” The Castells Reader on Cities and Social Theory. Ed. Ida Susser. Oxford: Blackwell. “Informationalism and the Network Society.” Epilogue to Pekka Himanen’s “The Hacker Ethic and the Spirit of Informationalism.” New York: Random House. 155-178. “Globalization, the Knowledge Society and the Network State: Poulantzas at the Millennium.” Global Networks. Vol.1.1. January: 1-18. (With Martin Carnoy)

2000 “Materials for an Exploratory Theory of the Network Society.” British Journal of Sociology. Vol. 51.1. January/March: 5-24. “Towards a Sociology of the Network Society.” Contemporary Sociology. Summer. “Information Technology and Global Capitalism.” On the Edge: Living with Global Capitalism. Eds. Will Hutton and Anthony Giddens. London: Jonathan Cape. New York: The New Press. 52-74. (Translated in Spanish, Tusquets) “The Culture of Cities in the Information Age.” Frontiers of the Mind in the 21 Century. Washington: Library of Congress.

“Globalización, estado y sociedad civil: el nuevo contexto histórico de los derechos humanos.” Isegoria, 22 (2000): 5-17. “Russia in the Information Age.” Russia at the End of the 20th Century. Eds. Victoria Bonnell and George Breslauer. (With Emma Kiselyova) “Russian Federalism and Siberian Regionalism, 1990-2000.” City, June. (With E. Kiselyova)

1999 “Grassrooting the Space of Flows.” Urban Geography. Vol. 20, n.4, May-June: 294-302. “The Culture of Cities in the Information Age.” Frontiers of the Mind in st the 21 Century. Washington D.C.: The Library of Congress. (Included in Ida Susser, ed., 2001) “The Social Implications of Information and Communication Technologies.” World Social Science Report 1999. Paris: Unesco. 236-246.

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1998 "Paths and Problems in the Integration of Post Communist Russia in the Global Economy.” The Tunnel at the End of the Light: Russia in Transition. Ed. Stephen Cohen et al. University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy Press. "The Informational City is a Dual City. Can It Be Reversed?" Information Technology and Low-Income Communities. Ed. Don Schon, et al. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press: 25-42. “The Real Crisis of Silicon Valley: A Retrospective Perspective.” Competition and Change. Vol. 2, 1998.

1997 "Globalization, Flows, and Identity: The New Challenges of Design." Architectural Practices in the Nineties. Ed. William Saunders. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Architectural Press in New York City. "Sustainable Flexibility: Work, Family, and Community in the Information Age." Paris: OECD. Education Division, Publication Series. (With M. Carnoy) "Global Flows and Cultural Identity: Globalization and Design Practice." Architectural Practices in the 1990s. Ed. William S. Saunders. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

1996 "El futuro del Estado del Bienestar en la sociedad informacional." Sistema. Marzo: 35-53. "The Net and the Self: Working Notes for a Critical Theory of the Informational Society." Critique of Anthropology. Vol. 16 (1): 9-38. "Insurgents against the New Global Order: A Comparative Analysis of Mexico's Zapatistas, the American Militia, and Japan's Aum Shinrikyo." Berkeley Journal of Sociology, Fall. (With S.Yazawa and E.Kiselyova)

1995 "Les flux, les reseaux et les identites: ou sont les sujets dans la societe informationnelle?" Penser le sujet. Eds. Francois Dubet et Michel Wieviorka. Paris: Fayard. "Regionale Ungleichheiten im Informationszeitalter." Regiovision: Neue Strategien fur alte Industrieregionen. Eds. Franz Lehner et al. Munich: Rainer

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Hammp Verlag. 34-46.

1994 “Paths towards the informational society: employment structure in G-7 countries, 1920-1990." International Labour Review. Vol. 133, n.1: 1-33. (With Yuko Aoyama) "L'ecole francaise de sociologie urbaine vingt ans apres: retour au futur?" Les Annalesde la Recherche Urbaine. Special Issue, October. "Flujos, redes e identidades." Nuevas perspectivas críticas en educación. Barcelona: Paidos. 15-53.

1993 "Sociología de la crisis política rusa." Política Exterior. Vol.VII, n. 32: 55-80. "European Cities, the Informational Society, and the Global Economy." Journal of Economic and Social Geography. lxxxiv 4, 247-257. (Also published by University of Amsterdam, Special Lecture Series of the Center of Metropolitan Studies)

1992 "Four Asian Tigers with a Dragon Head: State Intervention and Economic Development in the Asian Pacific Rim." State and Society in the Pacific Rim. Eds. Richard Appelbaum and Jeff Henderson. London: Sage. "Rusia, Año I: el Presidente en su laberinto." Politica Exterior, Spring. "The World Has Changed: Can Planning Change?" Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 22: 73-78.

1991 "Las tecnologías de la información (1985-1990): España en el contexto mundial." Eds. Roberto Dorado et al. Ciencia, tecnología e industria en España. Madrid: Fundesco. (With M. Gamella) "La nueva revolución rusa." Claves. October. "Die zweigeteilte Stadt - Arm un Reich in den Stadten Lateinamerikas, der USA un Europas." Die Welt der Stadt. Ed. Tilo Schabert. Munich-Zurich: Piper, 199216.

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"Informatisierte Stadt und Soziale Bewegungen." Stadt-Raume. Ed. Martin Wentz. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag. 137-148. "Sotsiologuicheskie ocherki." Yezhegodnik. Moscow: Visshie Sotsiologuicheskie Kursi. 7-27. Sotsiologuia modernizatsii y ekonomicheskogo raszvitia." Kurs Lecsiy, Moscow: Visshie Sotsiologuicheskie Kursi. 3-8. ¨Modernizatsia: ekonomica y sotsialnie structuri." Materiali Kruglogo Stola. Moscow: Visshie Sotsiologuicheskie Kursi.

1990 "El fin del comunismo." Claves, 1. "Estrategias de desarrollo metropolitano: la articulación entre crecimiento económico y calidad de vida." Las grandes ciudades en la década de los noventa. Eds. Jordi Borja, et alter. Madrid: Sistema. "Social Movements and the Informational City." Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies. Vol. 21: 197-206. (Published in Japanese in 1989, translated in German in Martin Wentz, ed. Stadt-Raume. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 1991. 137-148. "Visokie tejnologuii y obszchestvo." Lectsia: Vlianie novij tejnologuiy na raboto y zhaniatost. Moscow: Visshie Sotsiologuicheskie.

1989 "The New Dependency: Technological Change and Socio-Economic Restructuring on Latin America." Sociological Forum. Fall Issue. (With Roberto Laserna. Translated in Spanish, 1990; reprinted in A.D. Kincaid and A. Portes, eds. Comparative National Development. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1994) "Nuevas tecnologías y desarrollo regional." Economía y Sociedad. Vol. 2. 23-40. “World Underneath: The Origins, Dynamics and Effects of the Informal Economy." The Informal Economy. Eds. A.Portes, M.Castells, L.Benton. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. (Translated in Spanish) "Social Movements and the Informational City." Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies. Vol. 21: 197-206. (Translated in Japanese, 1989. Translated in German, 1991) “High Technology and the New International Division of Labour." Labour Studies.

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October. "High Technology and the Changing International Division of Production: Implications for the U.S. Economy." The Newly Industrializing Countries in the World Economy. Challenges for U.S. Policy. Ed. Randall B. Purcell. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 13-50. (With Laura Tyson)

1988 "Innovation technologique et centralite urbaine." Cahiers de la Recherche Sociologique. Vol.6, n.2. 27-36. "The New Industrial Space. Information Technology Manufacturing and Spatial Structure in the United States." America's Market Geography. Eds. George Sternlieb and James W. Hughes. New Brunswick, N.J: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University. Nuevas tecnologías, economía y sociedad. Madrid: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Lección inaugural del curso acadómico, 1988-89. 107 pages. Crisis urbana, Estado y participacion popular. Cochabamba, Bolivia: Colegio de Arquitectos de Cochabamba. Lectures, 264 pages. "High Technology Choices Ahead: Restructuring Interdependence." Growth, Exports and Jobs in a Changing World. Eds. John W. Sewell and Stuart K. Tucker. Washington D.C.: Overseas Development Council, Transaction Books. 55-95. (With Laura Tyson)

1987 "Competitivita internazionale, innovazione tecnologica e trasferimento di tecnologia in un'economia aperta: l'esperienza della Spagna degli anni ottanta." Crescita eCompetitivita: Strategie Nazionali. Ed. Patrizio Bianchi. Bologna: Nomisma, Laboratorio di Politica Industriale. (With Javier Nadal) "Revolución tecnológica y reestructuración económico-politica del sistema mundial." Impacto de las tecnologías avanzadas sobre el concepto de seguridad. Eds. Manuel Castells, et al. Madrid: Fundación de estudios sobre la paz y las relaciones internacionales. "Ocho modelos de desarrollo tecnológico." Nuevo Siglo. n.1: 5-13.

1986 "High Technology and Urban Dynamics in the United States." The Metropolis Era. Eds. Mattei Dogan and John D. Kasarda. Vol.1. Beverly Hills: Sage.

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"High Technology, World Development and Alternatives. Vol. XI, 3. (Translated in German)



"Technological Change, Economic Restructuring and the Spatial Division of Labor." International Economic Restructuring and the Territorial Community. Ed. Walter Stohr Vienna: United Nations Industrial Development Organization. "The New Urban Crisis." The Quality of Urban Life. Ed. Dieter Friek. Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter.

1985 "Urbanization and Social Change: the New Frontier." The Challenge of Social Change. Ed. Orlando Fals Borda. London: Sage Studies in International Sociolgy. 93-106. "El impacto de las nuevas tecnologías sobre los cambios urbanos y regionales." Metropolis, Territorio y Crisis. Eds. Peter Hall, et al. Madrid: H.Blume. 37-62. "Estado, cultura y sociedad: las nuevas tendencias históricas." Cultura y Sociedad, Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura.

1984 "Class and Power in American Cities." Contemporary Sociology. Vol. 13, n.3. 270-73. (Review Essay) "Madrid: Planeamiento urbano y gestión municipal." Ciudad y Territorio. January-June. 13-40. "Participation, Politics, and Spatial Innovation: Commentary on Bologna, Orcasitas, and SAAL." The Scope of Social Architecture, Columns. Ed. Richard Hatch. Vol.1, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Van Nostrand. "After the Crisis?" World Policy Journal. Spring, 495-516. (With Martin Carnoy)

1983 "Crisis, Planning, and the Quality of Life." Environment and Planning D. Vol.1, n. 1. 3-21. (Translated in Portuguese and in Spanish)

1982 "Squatters and Politics in Latin America." Towards a Political Economy of Urbanization in Third World Countries. Ed. Helen J. Safa. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 242-262. (Reprinted in Josef Gugler, ed. The Urbanization of

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the Third World. Oxford University Press, 1988) "Cultural Identity and Urban Structure: the Spatial Organization of San Francisco's Gay Community." Urban Affairs Annual Reviews. Vol.22. Beverly Hills: Sage, 237-260. (With Karen Murphy)

1981 "Local Government, Urban Crisis, and Political Change." Political Power and Social Theory: A Research Annual. Vol.2 Greenwich, CT. 1-20.

1979 "Revisar a Engels." Argumentos. July. "La intervención administrativa en los centros urbanos de las grandes ciudades." Papers. Revista de Sociología. Vol. 11. 227-250.

1978 "Urban Social Movements and the Struggle for Democracy: The Citizen Movement in Madrid.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Vol.2, n.1. 133-146. "Mouvements sociaux urbains et changement politique." Mouvements sociaux d'aujourd'hui. Ed. Alain Touraine. Paris: Les Editions Ouvrieres.

1977 "Towards a Political Urban Sociology." Captive Cities. Ed. Michael Harloe. London: John Wiley. 61-78. "Marginalite urbaine et mouvements sociaux au Mexique: le mouvement des posesionarios dans la ville de Monterrey." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Vol.1.2: 145-50. "Les conditions sociales d'emergence des mouvements sociaux urbains." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Vol.1.1. "Apuntes para un análisis de clase de la política urbana del Estado mexicano." Revista Mexicana de Sociología. n.4.

1976 "Crise de l'Etat, consommation collective et contradictions urbaines." La Crise de

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l'Etat. Ed. Nicos Poulantzas. Paris: Presses Universitaire de France. 179-208 (Translated in Spanish and in Danish) "The Wild City.” Kapital-State. N.4-5, Summer Issue. 1-30. (Reprinted in Joe R. Feagin, ed. The Urban Scene. New York: Random House, 1979) "Theoretical Proposition for an Experimental Study of Urban Social Movements." Urban Sociology: Critical Essays. Ed. G.C.Pickvance. London: Tavistock. 14773. "The Service Economy and the Post-Industrial Society: A Sociological Critique." International Journal of Health Services. Vol.6. N.4. 596-607. "La crise urbaine aux Etats-Unis: vers la barbarie?" Les Temps Modernes. February, 1178-1240. (Translated in Dutch, Amsterdam: E.U., 1978)

1975 "Advanced Capitalism, Collective Consumption and Urban Contradictions." Stress and Contradiction in Modern Capitalism. Eds. Leo Lindberg, et al. Lexington, MA: Heath.175-198. "Urban Sociology and Urban Politics: From a Critique to New Trends of Research." Comparative Urban Research, vol. III, n.1. (Reprinted in John Walton, ed., The City in Comparative Perspective. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1976) "La fonction sociale de la planification urbaine: le cas de la region de Dunkerque”. Recherches Sociologiques, 3. "Immigrant Workers and Class Struggle: the Western European Experience." Politics and Society, n.1. (Translated in French)

1974 "Contradizione e desiguaglianza nella citta." Il Mulino, n.1. "Consommation collective, interets de classe et processus politique dans le capitalisme avance." Papers. Revista de Sociologia. Special Issue, 63-90. "Remarques sur le pouvoir local."Revue Francaise de Sociologie. June. (Review Essay)

1973 "Epistemología y ciencias sociales." Revista Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales. n.1

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"Il rinovo urbano di Parigi: aspetti economici e politici.",Archivio di Studi Urbani e Regionali. n.2. "Movimiento de pobladores y lucha de Latinoamericana de Estudios Urbanos. n.3. clases en Chile." Revista

"Tesi sulla questione urbana", Archivio di Studi Urbani e Regionali, n.1 "La teoria marxista de las clases sociales y la lucha de clases en America Latina." Las clases sociales en America Latina. Mexico: Siglo XXI.

1972 "Luttes de classes et contradictions urbaines." Espaces et Societes, n. 6-7, October. "Symbolique urbaine et mouvements sociaux." Versus. Studi Semiotici.

1971 "La sociologie et la question urbaine."L'architecture d'aujourd'hui. September, 91-100. “El mito de la cultura urbana." Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Urbanos. n. 3, 27-42. "La determination des pratiques sociales en situation de retraite." Sociologie du Travail. n.3. (With Anne-Marie Guillemard) "L'urbanisation dependante en Amerique Latine." Espaces et Societes. n.3, 523. (Translated in Spanish and in Italian)

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1967 "Mobilite des entreprises et structure urbaine." Sociologie du Travail. n. 4, 369405. (Co-author)


2007 “Information Technology and Organizational Change in the Health Care System of Catalonia.” Barcelona: Open University of Catalonia.

2006 "De la función de producción agregada a la frontera de posibilidades de producción: productividad, tecnología y crecimiento económico en la era de la información." Inaugural Lecture on the occassion of Manuel Castells’ appointment as a Fellow of the Spanish Royal Academy of Economics and finance, Barcelona, 18th of February 2006. Printed and published by the Spanish Royal Academy.

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2004 “¨The Mobile Communication Society.” Los Angeles: University of Southern California. Annenberg Research Network on International Communication. (with Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol, Jack LinChuan Qiu, and Araba Sey)

2002 “La societat xarxa a Catalunya/La sociedad red en Cataluña/The Network Society in Catalonia.” Research Monograph, Project Internet Catalonia (PIC), Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona. Published on-line, July 2002 ( The Finnish Model of Information Society. Helsinki: SITRA. (With Pekka Himanen)

2001 “Diffusion and Uses of Internet in Catalonia and in Spain: A Commented Summary of Available Evidence.” Barcelona: IN3, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, IN3 Working Paper (with Maria Isabel Diaz de Isla).

1999 Russia in the Information Age. Berkeley: University of California, Center for Slavic Studies, and Carnegie Foundation. (With Emma Kiselyova) Globalización, Identidad y Estado en America Latina. Santiago de Chile: Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo

1998 Russia as a Network Society. Stanford: Stanford University Conference on Russia, Conference Proceedings. (With Emma Kiselyova)

1996 The Missing Link: Siberian Oil and Gas and the Pacific Economy. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of Urban and Regional Development. (With Emma Kiselyova and Alexander Granberg)

1994 La reindustrialización de Asturias: problemas, perspectivas y estrategias.

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1993 Paths Toward the Informational Society: the Transformation of Employment Structure in the G-7 Countries, 1920-2005. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy. (With Yuko Aoyama)

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1991 The University as Engine of Development in the New World Economy. Report prepared for the World Bank, Washington D.C.

1989 El impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en la economía mundial. Implicaciones para la economía Española. Informe para el Ministerio de Economía, Madrid. The State and Technological Policy. A Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative, Informatics Policy in Brazil, and Electronic Policy in China, Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy. (Director)

1988 Economic Modernization and Technology Transfer in the People's Republic of China Stanford: Stanford University, School of Education, CERAS. (With Martin Carnoy and Patrizio Bianchi)

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1987 The Real Crisis of Silicon Valley. Santa Cruz: University of California, Silicon Valley Research Group.

1986 Public Housing and Economic Development in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong, Centre of Urban Studies and Planning. High Technology, Economic Policies, and World Development. Report prepared for the Committee for a Just World Peace, published by Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, University of California.

1985 El impacto de las nuevas tecnologías sobre la economía y la sociedad en España. Madrid: Informe para la Presidencia del Gobierno. (Director)

1984 Towards the Informational City? High Technology, Economic Change, and Spatial Structure. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of Urban and Regional Development.



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2007 Mujeres y Hombres: Un Amor Imposible? Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2007. (With Marina Subirats)

2006 Observatorio Global. Crónicas de principio de siglo. Barcelona: Libros de Vanguardia.

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1992 Spain Beyond Myths. Madrid: Alianza. Editorial. (With Carlos Alonso Zaldivar. Also published in Spanish) La nueva revolución rusa. Madrid: Sistema.

1977 Ciudad, democracia y socialismo. Madrid: Siglo XXI (Translated in French and in Portuguese)

1973 Luttes Urbaines. Mouvements sociaux urbains et pouvoir politique. Paris: Francois Maspero. (Translated in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Greek, and German)

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