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XXXIII, 1, 2010

Immanuel Wallerstein - Vitorino Magalhães Godinho (1918-2011)

Jason Moore - Madeira, Sugar, and the Conquest of Nature in the "First" Sixteenth Century, Part II: From Regional Crisis to Commodity Frontier, 1506-1530 


Phillip A. Hough - Hegemonic Projects and the Social Reproduction of the Peasantry: Fedecafé, Fedegán and the FARC in Comparative Historical Perspective 


Klas Rönnbäck - Consumers and Slavery: Diversified Markets for Plantation Produce and the Survival of Slavery in the Nineteenth Century


XXXIII, 2/3, 2010

Philip McMichael, Special Editor

Philip McMichael – Introduction: Food, Energy, Environment: Crisis of the Modern World-System

Fred Magdoff – Multiple Crises as Symptoms of an Unsustainable System

Tony Weis – The Ecological Hoofprint and the Population Bomb of Reverse Protein Factories

John Wilkinson – Water and Land in Latin America – Global Strategies and Policies

David Pimentel – Biofuels versus Food Resources and the Environment

Richard York and Brett Clark – Nothing New Under the Sun? The Old False Promise of New Technology

Jason Moore – Cheap Food & Bad Money: Food, Frontiers and Financialization in the Rise and Demise of Neoliberalism


XXIII, 4, 2010

Immanuel Wallerstein – Anouar Abdel-Malek (1924-2012)

Edvige Bilotti – Models of Economic Development from a World-Systems Perspective: Moving Beyond Universalism

Alf Hornborg – Toward a Truly Global Environmental History: A Review Article

Carlos Antonio Aguirre Rojas – Latin America's Antisystemic Movements and Its Struggle for the Land in the Twenty-first Century


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