18 articles in this issue
Barry K. Gills, Saskia Sassen, Immanuel Wallerstein
Chad L. Smith, Gregory Hooks, Michael Lengefeld
Ecological damage, including global climate change, is commonly connected to practices and behaviors associated with economic activity and the Treadmill of Production (ToP). Less attention is paid to the connection between the military and environmental d...
World-systems analysis has given scant attention to population dynamics. Overlooked are large-scale macrohistorical population trends and their microhistorical foundation on procreative decisions-decisions which are taken by a historically changing subjec...
Primrose Nakazibwe, Wim Pelupessy
Commodity or value chains are the dominant means to channel agro-food products from cultivators to consumers. Direct open markets are either non-existent or insignificant . These chains are also the main mechanisms for integrating underprivileged groups i...
Ben Marley, Samantha Fox
This article discusses the exhaustion of socio-ecological relations in the coalfields of West Virginia. We use the term socio-ecological to signify "the interwoven character and the indispensable unity of social and natural life" (Araghi 2009: 115). In pa...
William H. Sewell Jr.
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