William I. Thomas. Bibliografia

1966. Morris Janowitz (a cura di), W.I. Thomas on social organization and social personality. Selected papers, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

1951. Edmund H. Volkart (a cura di), Social behavior and personality. Contributions of W.I. Thomas to theory and social research, Social Science Research Council, New York.

1937. William I. Thomas, Primitive behavior: An introduction to the social sciences, McGraw-Hill, New York, London.

1928. William I. Thomas, Dorothy Swaine Thomas, The child in America: Behavior problems and programs, Knopf, New York.

1923. William I. Thomas, The unadjusted girl. With cases and standpoint for behavior analysis, Little, Brown, Boston, Mass.

1921. William I. Thomas, Robert E. Park, Herbert A. Miller, Old world traits transplanted, Harper, London. In the aftermath of the 1918 "scandal", the book could not be published under Thomas's name, so his collaborators Park and Miller featured on the cover until a posthumous 1951 re-issue.

1918-20. William I. Thomas, Florian Znaniecki, Il contadino polacco in Europa e in America, Comunità, Milano.

1917. William I. Thomas, Herbert S. Jennings, John B. Watson, Adolf Meyer, Suggestions of modern science concerning education, Macmillan, New York, N.Y. (includes Thomas's essay "The persistence of primary-group norms in present-day society: Their influence in our educational system").

1909. William I. Thomas (a cura di), Source book for social origins. Ethnological materials, psychological standpoint, classified and annotated bibliographies for the interpretation of savage society, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

1907. William I. Thomas, Sex and society: Studies in the social psychology of sex, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

1903. William I. Thomas, The relation of the medicine-man to the origin of the professional occupations, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

1903. William I. Thomas, Charles Flint McClumpha (a cura di), Minnesota stories: A collection of twenty stories of college life, Wilson, Minneapolis, Minn.