- A new blog: Max Weber in the World, is now available on Hypotheses.org - Hypotheses is a publication platform for academic blogs, which “enables researchers to provide real-time updates of developments in their own research”. It is run by the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo, France), a unit that brings together the CNRS, the EHESS, the Aix-Marseille Université and the Université d’Avignon. Cléo provides other tools via the OpenEdition portal: Revues.org, a platform for journals in the humanities and social sciences and Calenda, the social sciences calendar”.
- Max Weber in the World is a blog dedicated to the special theme of the Max Weber Foundation – and the German Institutes for Humanities abroad. It gathers audio, video and reading materials from the 2 day conference organised in July 2012 by the newly re-named Max Weber Foundation for the 10 year Jubilee of its creation around the theme ‘Max Weber in the World’ and also pledges regular updates on this topic.
- Max Weber’s Collected Methodological Writings, trans. H. H. Bruun, ed. H. H. Bruun and S. Whimster, London: Routledge, 2012.
- The international journal, Max Weber Studies, appears two times a year. For more information check out the Max Weber Studies website.