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Stamatov, Peter. The origins of global humanitarianism: religion, empires, and advocacy. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Stamatov, Peter. "Beyond and against capitalism: abolitionism and the moral dimension of humanitarian practice." International Social Science Journal 65, no. 215-216 (2016): 25-35.
Stamatov, Peter. "The religious field and the path-dependent transformation of popular politics in the Anglo-American world, 1770–1840." Theory and Society 40, no. 4 (2011): 437-473.
Stamatov, Peter. "Activist religion, empire, and the emergence of modern long-distance advocacy networks." American Sociological Review 75, no. 4 (2010): 607-628.
Brubaker, Rogers, Mara Loveman, and Peter Stamatov. "Ethnicity as cognition." Theory and society 33, no. 1 (2004): 31-64.
Stamatov, Peter. "Interpretive activism and the political uses of Verdi's operas in the 1840s." American Sociological Review (2002): 345-366.
Stamatov, Peter. "The making of a “bad” public: Ethnonational mobilization in post-communist Bulgaria." Theory and Society 29, no. 4 (2000): 549-572.