Burke, C. and Byrne, B. (eds) Social Research and Disability: Developing Inclusive Research Spaces for Disabled Researchers. London: Routledge (under contract).
Burke, C. and Christie, F. (eds.) (2018) Understanding Graduate Careers: Research, Policy and Practice in Context. London: Routledge.
Stahl, G., Wallace, D., Burke, C. and Threadgold, S. (eds.) International Perspectives on Theorizing Aspiration: Applying Bourdieu’s Tools. London: Bloomsbury. (Forthcoming)
Thatcher, J., Ingram, N., Burke, C. and Abrahams, J. (2016) (eds.) Bourdieu: the next generation. London: Routledge.
Burke, C. (2015) Culture, Capitals and Graduate Futures: Degrees of Class. London: Routledge.
Burke, C. and Hannaford-Simpson, S. (2018) “ ‘Investing Your Future’: The Role of Capitals in Graduate Employment Pathways”. In: Burke, C. and Christie, F. (eds.) Understanding Graduate Careers: Research, Policy and Practice in Context. London: Routledge.
Burke, C. “Maybe it is for the Likes of Us…: Reconsidering Classed Higher Education and Graduate Employment Trajectories”. In: Stahl, G., Wallace, D., Burke, C. and Threadgold, S. (eds.) International Perspectives on Theorizing Aspiration: Applying Bourdieu’s Tools. London: Bloomsbury. (Forthcoming)
Burke, C., Scurry, T., Blenkinsopp, J. and Graley, K. (2017) “Graduate Employment: Critical Perspectives” In: Tomlinson, M. and Holmes, L. (eds.) Graduate Employability in Context: theory, research and debate. London: Palgrave
Burke, C. (2017) “Capitals and Habitus: a Bourdieusian Framework for understanding transitions into higher education and student experiences”. In: Mountford-Zimdars, A, and Harrison, N. (eds.) Access to Higher Education: Theoretical perspectives and contemporary challenges. London: Routledge.
Burke, C (2016). “Bourdieu’s Theory of Practice: maintaining the role of capital”, In: Thatcher, J., Ingram, N., Burke, C. and Abrahams, J. (eds.) Bourdieu: the next generation. London: Routledge.
Burke, C. (2015) “Habitus and Graduate Employment: a re/structured structure and the role of biographical research”, In: Costa, C. and Murphy, M.(eds) The Art of Application: Bourdieu, Habitus and Social Research. London: Palgrave.
Burke, C. (2014) “Biographical Narrative Interview Method: tracing graduates’ futures”, In: Brindle, P. (ed.) Biographical Research: SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, SAGE.
Bowers-Brown, T., Burke, C. and Ingram, N. (eds) Special Issue: Higher Education, Social Inequalities and Aspiration. International Studies in Sociology of Education. (forthcoming).
Costa, C., Murphy, M. and Burke, C. (2018) Capturing Habitus: theory, method and reflexivity. International Journal of Research and method in Education. (online early view)
Burke, C. (2017) “Graduate Blues: considering the effects of inverted symbolic violence on underemployed middle class graduates”, Sociology, 51 (2), 393-409.
Burke, C.T., Emmerich, N., Ingram, N. (2013) “Well-founded social fictions: a defense of the concepts of institutional and familial habitus”, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34 (2), 165-182.
Burke, C.T. (2011) “The Biographical Illumination: A Bourdieusian analysis of the role of theory in educational research”, Sociological Research Online 16 (2), available from: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/16/2/9.html
Burke, C. and Emmerich, N. (2015) Essay Review of Late Modernity: ‘Trajectories Towards Morphogenic Society’ and ‘Social Morphogenesis’ by Archer, Margaret. Sociological Research Online, 20 (3), available from: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/20/3/reviews/3.html
Burke, C.T. (2012) “Atkinson, W. Class, Individualization and Late Modernity: In search of the reflexive worker (2010, Palgrave Macmillan)”, Book Review, The Sociological Review, 60 (2), 377-380.
Burke, C.T. (2010) “Vallas, Stephen P., William Finlay and Amy S. Wharton, The Sociology of Work: Structures and Inequalities (2010, OUP)”, Book Review, Sociological Research Online 15, (4). Available from: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/15/4/reviews/9.html