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WORLD SYSTEM HISTORY

Edited by : George Modelski,

University of Washington,  USA

Robert A. Denemark,

University of Delaware, USA


World System History

George Modelski, University of Washington, Washington DC, USA

Robert A. Denemark, Department of Political Science, University of Delaware, USA


Fundamentals of World System History


World-Systems Analysis
Immanual Wallerstein, Department of Sociology, Yale University, USA

World System Processes: An Evolutionary Approach
T.Devezas, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
George Modelski, University of Washington, Washington DC, USA

Big History
David Christian, Department of History, San Diego State University, USA

Epistemology of World System History: Long-term Processes and Cycles
Robert A. Denemark, Department of Political Science, University of Delaware, USA

Self-Organization in World System
George Modelski, University of Washington, Washington DC, USA

Ancient, Classical, and Modern World Systems


One World System or Many: The Continuity Thesis in World System History
Barry K. Gills, Department of Politics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Robert A. Denemark, Department of Political Science, University of Delaware, USA

World Population History
Carl Haub, Population Reference Bureau, Washington DC, USA

Human Origins and Migrations: Evidence from Genetics and Linguistics

Nick Kardulias, Wooster College, USA
T.D. Hall, De Paul University, USA


Global Environmental History
Alf Hornborg , Lund University

States Systems and Universal Empires
David Wilkinson, Department of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA

The Silk Roads: Afro-Eurasian Connectivity Across the Ages
Alfred Andrea, University of Vermont, USA
Scott Levi, University of Louisville, USA

Dark Ages
Sing C. Chew, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, Humboldt State University, USA

World System Processes


Emergence of the Global Economy
George Modelski, University of Washington, Washington DC, USA

Mapping World Trade Routes
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The Kondratieff Wave as Global Social Process
William R. Thompson, Department of Political Science, Indiana University, USA

History of Globalization 
David Northrup, Boston College, USA

Emergence of Global Polity
George Modelski, University of Washington, USA

World Urbanization
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Department of Sociology, University of California, USA

Democratization: World-Wide Spread of Democracy in the Modern Age
Daniel M. Green, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware, USA

Rise of global public opinion
J. Smith, Sociology, Notre Dame University, USA

World System Regions


East Asia in the World System
Alvin Y. So, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Europe and the Mediterranean
Fulvio Attina, University of Catania, Italy

Islam and the Modern World - System

Incorporating North America into the Eurasian World-System
Thomas D. Hall, Sociology, De Pauw University, USA

Twenty-First Century and Beyond


Future - Orientation: Global Processes in the 21st Century

George Modelski, University of Washington, USA

The Information Revolution
J. Aronson, University of Southern California, San Diego
P.Cowhey, Univeristy of California, San Diego

Global Governance and its Limits
Lucio Levi, U. Turin

 

 

Updated February 28, 2013




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