Papers of the Fernand Braudel Center, 1996
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Giovanni Arrighi, Takeshi Hamashita & Mark Selden, "The Rise of East Asia in World Historical Perspective,"
prepared for the Planning Workshop held at the Fernand Braudel Center, State University of New York at Binghamton, December 6-7, 1996.
Giovanni Arrighi, "Capitalism and the Modern World-System: Rethinking the Non-Debates of the 1970s,"
presented at the American Sociological Association Meetings, New York, August 16-20, 1996.
Giovanni Arrighi et al., "Modeling Zones of the World-Economy: A Polynomial Regression Analysis (1964-1994),"
presented at 91st Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in New York City, August 16, 1996. (Because of graphs, this paper is only available in hard copy from the Fernand Braudel Center (email@example.com).
Giovanni Arrighi, Iftikhar Ahmad, Miin-wen Shih, "Beyond Western Hegemonies,"
presented at XXI Meeting of the Social Science History Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 10-13, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "Time and Duration: The Unexcluded Middle,"
Conférence de prestige sur le thème, "Temps et Durée," Université Libre de Bruxelles, Sept. 25, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "Eurocentrism and its Avatars: The Dilemmas of Social Science"
Keynote Address at ISA East Asian Regional Colloquium, "The Future of Sociology in East Asia," Nov. 22-23, 1996, Seoul, Korea, co-sponsored by Korean Sociological Association and International Sociological Association.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "Social Change? Change is eternal. Nothing ever Changes,"
Address at Sessão Solene de Abertura of the III Congresso Português de Sociologia, Lisboa, Feb. 7, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "The Time of Space and the Space of Time: The Future of Social Science,"
Tyneside Geographical Society Lecture, Univ. of Newcastle upon Tyne, co-sponsored by the Institute of British Geographers and the Royal Geographical Society, Feb. 22, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "The Structures of Knowledge, or How Many Ways May We Know?"
presentation at "Which Sciences for Tomorrow? Dialogue on the Gulbenkian Report," Stanford University, June 2-3, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "The ANC and South Africa: The Past and Future of Liberation Movements in the World-System,"
Keynote address at Annual Meeting of the South African Sociological Association, Durban, South Africa, July 7-11, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "The Rise and Future Demise of World-Systems Analysis,"
presented at 91st Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, August 16, 1996.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "Social Science and the Communist Interlude, or Interpretations of Contemporary History,"
(ISA Regional Colloquium, "Building Open Society and Perspectives of Sociology in East-Central Europe," Krakow, Poland, Sept. 15-17, 1996).