ARTICLES


No. 39, September 22, 2013

Oskar Kurer, “Germany – Heading for Meltdown?”

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No. 38, September 22, 2013

John-Paul Wilson, “Regional Confluence: Foreign Enterprise and Nicaraguan Costeño Society”

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No. 37, September 8, 2013

Martha C. E. Van Der Bly, “Pananthropoi – Towards a Society of All Humanity”

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No. 36, July 26, 2013

Wolf Schäfer, “Pangaea II – The Project of the Global Age”

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No. 35, July 26, 2013

Branko Bošnjaković, “Environment and Climate Change as Geopolitical Issues in the Asias: What Can Be Learned from the European Experience?”

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No. 34, July 26, 2013

Caroline A. Sullivan, “Global Water Resources: Where are the Vulnerable?”

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No. 33, July 26, 2013

Filip Johnsson, “Global and Regional Energy Challenges to 2050 and Beyond: Experiences from Assessing Energy Pathways for Europe”

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No. 32, July 26, 2013

Jeffrey Broadbent, “Asian Societies and Climate Change: The Variable Diffusion of Global Norms”

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No. 31, August 28, 2012

Philip S. Khoury, “World into Globe I: Introductory Remarks”

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No. 30, August 28, 2012

Akira Iriye, “World into Globe II: The History of History Since the 1990s”

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No. 29, August 28, 2012

John M. Headley, “World into Globe III: Global History and the West’s Universalizing Process”

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No. 28, August 28, 2012

Wolf Schäfer, “World into Globe IV: History as a Tool of Foresight”

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No. 27, October 29, 2011

Felice Coles, “Selectively, Reluctantly Global: The Isleños of Louisiana”

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No. 26, September 2, 2011

Noha Shawki, “Global Norms, Local Implementation — How Are Global Norms Translated Into Local Practice?”

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No. 25, June 24, 2011

Robert A. Saunders, “WikiLeaks are Not Terrorists — A Critical Assessment of the ‘Hacktivist’ Challenge to the Diplomatic System”

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No. 24, May 28, 2011

Ruan Wei, “Civilization and Culture”

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No. 23, April 6, 2011

Alyaksandr Sychov, “Global Development: Will It Ever Succeed?”

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No. 22, December 31, 2010

Wolf Schäfer, “Reconfiguring Area Studies for the Global Age”

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No. 21, November 22, 2010

Marshall Berman, “All That Is Solid Melts Into Air — Afterword 2010”

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No. 20, November 12, 2010

Franziska Bieri, “The Roles of NGOs in the Kimberley Process”

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No. 19, July 1, 2010

Geoffrey Pleyers, “The Global Justice Movement”

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No. 18, June 1, 2010

Mahdi Mohammad Nia, “From Old to New Terrorism: The Changing Nature of International Security”

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No. 17, May 6, 2010

Pim Martens and Bas Amelung, “On the Correlation between Globalization and Vulnerability in Times of Economic Crisis — A Statistical Analysis for Europe”

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No. 16, April 20, 2010

Robert A. Saunders, “A Forgotten Core? Mapping the Globality of Central Asia”

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No. 15, March 18, 2010

Jacek Więcławski, “The Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Fears, Challenges, and Reality”

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No. 14, October 22, 2009

Alyaksandr Sychov, “Human Trafficking: A Call for Global Action”

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No. 13, January 7, 2009

Harald Braun, “Diplomacy in Times of Global Change: A Lecture”

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No. 12, November 12, 2008

John J. Munro, “Empire and Intersectionality. Notes on the Production of Knowledge about US Imperialism”

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No. 11, February 29, 2008

Gert Schmidt, “Globalization and Asian Fordisms”

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No. 10, September 4, 2007

Mark R. Thompson, “The Dialectic of ‘Good Governance’ and Democracy in Southeast Asia: Globalized Discourses and Local Responses”

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No. 9, August 10, 2007

Hyun-Chin Lim, “Globalizing Asia: Towards a New Development Paradigm”

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No. 8, July 17, 2007

Martin Albrow, “A New Decade of the Global Age, 1996-2006”

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No. 7, May 28, 2007

Wolf Schäfer, “Lean Globality Studies”

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No. 6, April 16, 2007

Oskar Kurer, “Asian Capitalisms: Diverging Beneficiaries of Globalization?”

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No. 5, March 7, 2007

Diane Barthel-Bouchier and Ming Min Hui, “Places of Cosmopolitan Memory”

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No. 4, February 5, 2007

Herman Lebovics, “Echoes of the ‘Primitive’ in France’s Move to Postcoloniality: The Musée du Quai Branly”

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No. 3, December 15, 2006

Gert Schmidt, “The Changing Globality of the Atlantic Hemisphere”

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No. 2, July 3, 2006

Martin Heidenreich, “The Europeanization of Solidarity: Between Global Markets, National Institutions and European Regulations”

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No. 1, June 5, 2006

Wolf Schäfer, “From the End of European History to the Globality of World Regions: A Research Perspective”

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GSJ

EDITORIAL
POLICY


Globality Studies Journal (GSJ) is an open access journal committed to interdisciplinary analyses of global history and society, global civilization and local cultures.

GSJ values open discourse, critical research and original scholarship. We welcome theoretical, empirical, historical, and comparative studies that seek to assess globality across the geobody in times past and present.


For manuscript submission, style guide and other technical matters, click here.


Globality Studies Journal is indexed in DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals.


Established Summer 2006, GSJ is published by SBIGS, the Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies,
SUNY Stony Brook
NY 11794-3380
© GSJ & Authors
ISSN 1557-0266


DESIGN
Wolf Schäfer


EDITOR
Wolf Schäfer
SBU

ASSOCIATE
EDITORS

Wallace Katz
Stony Brook
Robert Saunders
SUNY Farmingdale

MANAGING
EDITOR

Bogdan Scurtu
SBU

EDITORIAL
BOARD

Martin Albrow
LSE, London
Said Arjomand
SBU
Raymond Grew
U-Michigan
Martin Heidenreich
Oldenburg University
Herman Lebovics
SBU
Hyun-Chin Lim
SNUAC, Seoul
Bruce Mazlish
MIT, Cambridge
Ricardo Salvatore
DiTella, Buenos Aires
Gert Schmidt
Erlangen-Nuremberg
Ruan Wei
Shenzhen University

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