The following websites, both currently and previously maintained, provide additional information on my academic work as well as other stuff of possible interest.

ACADEMIC SITES - Includes Save Sociology (2004-2006) and Free Education Now! (1999-2001). - Blog accompanying my course, "Lady Gaga and the Sociology of the Fame".

YouTube - My YouTube Channel contains various sociological videos, including public talks. 
LinkedIn -  For professional networking. 
Twitter -  For communicative networking.
Disqus - Online comments.
Google Scholar - Citations etc. 
Amazon Author Page - Books for sale.

POP CULTURE SITES - Includes online essays. - Includes music stuff.


Since the late 1990s I have maintained numerous websites, especially on sociology and popular music. Via the Wayback Machine, these sites can still be viewed to provide a glimpse into a small fragment of a little bit of internet history.
Academic Sites:
  • Department page, Kenyon College: The earliest archived version of the webpage of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, my first place of employment, is from May 1997, just when I had left. But the 1996-1997 course schedules are still online for both Fall and Spring
  • Faculty page, Purdue University: The archives of the personal webpages I first developed from 1997 onwards offer a curious transition in both content and form between 1999 and 2002, the years of the first and last snapshots. See alternate snapshots from 2000 on.
    Note: The URL alias was registered in the summer of 1999 to capture my Purdue page and then my USC faculty page (2002-2012) and then this blog (since June 2012).
  • Faculty page, University of South Carolina: Since moving to USC in 2002, multiple snapshots of my personal webpages are available from 2002 onwards and, continued, from 2006 onwards after the renaming of the college, until the move to this blog in June 2012. 
  • - A website on the work of Jurgen Habermas, which I maintained for several years, roughly from 1999 until 2003. 
  • - Website on my book, The Policing of Terrorism, 2010-2012.  
  • - Website on my book, Sociology of Law, 2008-2012.  
Service Sites:
  • - Website for the ASA Theory section, developed from 2003 until 2007.  
  • - Website for the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology section, founded and maintained from 2000 until 2004.  
  • AmiciOnline - Website for the newsletter of the ASA Sociology of Law section, 2002-2004. 
Music Sites:
  • -  Various music sites and concert pictures, from about 2003 to 2005.
  • - Fan site on the U.S. band Pentagram, from March 24, 2002 until April 16, 2006.
  • Spirits in Black | - Fan site on the German metal band Meat Shop, from 1999 until December 9, 2003.
  • - Fan site on the music of Ted Nugent, 2001 to 2002.
  • A Real Shame - Fan site on rock band New American Shame, 1999 to 2000. 
The webpages on (@mathieudeflem) are hosted on Blogger and privately maintained by Mathieu Deflem.