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Review, Table of Contents by Issue

Vol. XXXII

XXXII, 1, 2009

Political Economic Perspectives on the World Food Crisis

 

Philip McMichael, Special Editor

 

Philip McMichael - Interpreting the World Food Crisis of 2007-08

Raj Patel & Philip McMichael - A Political Economy of the Food Riot

Lucy Jarosz - The Political Economy of Global Governance and the World Food Crisis: The Case of the FAO

Shalmali Guttal - New and Old Faces of Hunger: Cambodia, Timor Leste, and Food Crises

 

John Wilkinson - The Emerging Global Biofuels Market

Farshad Araghi - Accumulation by Displacement: Global Enclosures, Food Crisis, and the Ecological Contradictions of Capitalism

 

XXXII, 2, 2009

 

Commemorating the Longue Durée

 

Note from the Editor

 

Immanuel Wallerstein - Braudel on the Longue Durée: Problems of Conceptual Translation

 

Fernand Braudel - History and the Social Sciences: The longue durée

 

 

XXXII, 3, 2009

 

 

Huei-Ying Kuo -Agency amid Incorporation:  Chinese Business Networks in Hong Kong and Singapore and the Colonial Origins of the Resurgence of East Asia, 1800-1940

 

Eric Wilson - Making the World Safe for Holland:  De Indis of Hugo Grotius and International Law as Geoculture

           

Geoffrey C. Gunn - Timor-Leste (Former Portuguese East Timor): From Colonial Anthropology to an Anthropology of Colonialism

 

 

XXXII, 4, 2009

 

 

Jason Moore – Madeira, Sugar, and the Conquest of Nature in the “First” Sixteenth Century, Part I: From “Island of Timber” to Sugar Revolution, 1420–1506

 

Enrico Dal Lago – Second Slavery, Second Serfdom, and Beyond: The Atlantic Plantation System and the Eastern and Southern European Landed Estate System in Comparative Perspective, 1800-60

           

Staughton Lynd – Toward Another World

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