Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University

Review, Table of Contents by Issue

Vol. XXX

XXX, 1, 2007

Immanuel Wallerstein, “Naming Groups: The Politics of Categorizing ‘Identities’”

Franco Barchiesi, “Labor and Social Citizenship in Colonial and Postcolonial Modernity: South African Perspectives in a Continental Context”

Boaventura de Sousa Santos, “Beyond Abyssal Thinking: From Global Lines to Ecologies of Knowledges”

 

XXX, 2, 2007

Jonathan Leitner, “An Incorporated Comparison: Fernand Braudel’s Account of Dutch Hegemony in a World-Ecological Perspective”

REMEMBERING STEPHEN G. BUNKER (1944-2006)

Dale Tomich, “Stephen Bunker: Material Process and the World-System”

Denis O’Hearn, “Bringing the Human Back into the Material: Embodied Perception in Stephen Bunker’s Political Economy”

Kolya Abramsky, “The Underground Challenge – Raw Materials, Energy, the World-Economy, and Anticapitalist Struggle: Reflections on Globalization and the Race for Resources by Stephen G. Bunker and Paul Ciccantell”

 

XXX, 3, 2007

Richard E. Lee, “Legitimating Hierarchy and Constructing Consensus, or the ‘Cultural’ Aspect of the Modern World-System: The Morant Bay Uprising, the Irish Rebellion, and English Franchise Reform”

Blaise Farina, “A Portrait of World Historical Production and World Historical Waste after 1945”

 

XXX, 4, 2007

IN HONOR OF JOAN SMITH

Shelley Feldman, “Introduction”

Shelley Feldman, “Households, Labor, and Global Capitalism: A Close Encounter with Joan Smith”

Torry D. Dickinson, “(Hetero)Sexism as a Weapon of the World-System: Feminist Reflections on Household Research by Joan Smith and the Fernand Braudel Center

Jane L. Collins, “The Paradox of Poverty in the Transition from Welfare to Work”

Wilma A. Dunaway & M. Cecilia Macabuac, “’The Shrimp Eat Better Than We Do’: Philippine Subsistence Fishing Households Sacrificed for the Global Food Chain”

Joan Smith, “Selected Publications”

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