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ABDEL-MALEK, Anouar. “East Wind: The Historical Position of the Civilization Project,” I, 1, Summer 1977, 57-64.
ABDEL-MALEK, Anouar. “Historical Initiative: The New ‘ Silk Road,’” XVII, 4, Fall 1994, 451-495.
ABDEL-MALEK, Anouar. “Historical Surplus-Value,” III, 1, Summer 1979, 35-43.
ABDEL-MALEK, Anouar. “World Crises as World Transformation,” X, 3, Winter 1987, 445-57.
ABRAMSKY, Kolya. “The Underground Challenge—Raw Materials, Energy, the World-Economy, and Anticapitalist Struggle: Reflections on Globalization and the Race for Resources by Stephen Bunker and Paul Ciccantell,” XXX, 2, 2007, 161-69.
ABU-LUGHOD, Janet. “Restructuring the Premodern World-System,” XIII, 2, Spring 1990, 273-86.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. “Between Marx and Braudel: Making History, Knowing History,” XV, 2, Spring 1992, 175-219.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. "Braudel in Latin America and the U.S. : A Different Reception," XXIV, 1, 2001, 25-46.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. “Hegemonic Cultures and Subaltern Cultures: Between Dialogue and Conflict,” XXVIII, 2, 2005, 187-210.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. "Latin America's Antisystemic Movements and Its Struggles for the Land in the Twenty-First Century," XXXIII, 4 2010, 325-50.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. « Les nouveaux mouvements antisystémiques en Amérique Latine : Une brève radiographie générale, » XXXI, 1, 2008, 61-82.
AGUIRRE ROJAS, Carlos Antonio. "La vision braudelienne sur le capitalisme antérieur à la Révolution Industrielle," XXII, 1, Winter 1999, 61-85.
AGULHON, Maurice. “The Heritage of the Revolution and Liberty in France ,” XII, 3, Summer 1989, 405-22.
AHMAD, Feroz. “War and Society under the Young Turks, 1908 1918,” XI, 2, Spring 1988, 265-86.
AHMAD, Nesar, see PALAT, Ravi.
ALEXANDER, Malcolm. “Conservatism, Counterrevolution, and Semiperipheral Politics: Australia and Argentina in the Interwar Period,” XII, 2, Spring 1989, 299-333.
ALKER, Hayward R. "If not Huntington's `Civilizations,' Then Whose?" XVIII, 4, Fall 1995, 533-562.
ALLEN, Mitchell. “The Mechanisms of Underdevelopment: An Ancient Mesopotamian Example,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 453-76.
ALMAGUER, Tomás. “Interpreting Chicano History: The World-System Approach to Nineteenth-Century California,” IV, 3, Winter 1981, 459-507.
AMIN, Samir. “The Ancient World-Systems versus the Modern Capitalist World-System,” XIV, 3, Summer 1991, 349-85.
AMIN, Samir. “ China , Market Socialism, and U. S. Hegemony,” XXVIII, 3, 2005, 259-79.
AMIN, Samir. “Comment on Senghaas,” XI, 1, Winter 1988, 55-66.
AMIN, Samir. “The Future of Global Polarization,” XVII, 3, Summer 1994, 337-347.
AMIN, Samir. “History Conceived as an Eternal Cycle,” XXII, 3, 1999, 291-326.
AMIN, Samir. “Income Distribution in the Capitalist System,” VIII, 1, Summer 1984, 3-28.
AMIN, Samir. “A Note on the Concept of Delinking,” X, 3, Winter 1987, 435-44.
AMIN, Samir. " Post-Maoist China : A Comparison with Post-Communist Russia ," XXII, 4, 1999, 375-85.
AMIN, Samir. “Révolution ou décadence? La crise du système impérialiste contemporain et celle de l'Empire romain,” IV, 1, Summer 1980, 155-67.
AMIN, Samir. "La Russie dans le système mondial: Géographie ou histoire?"
XXI, 2, 1998, 207-19.
ANDIA REY, Tatiana, see CHOREV, Nitsan.
ANDRADE, Romulo. "African and Creole Slaves: From the Diversified Agriculture of Southern Rio de Janeiro to the Coffee Cultivation of Minas Gerais, 1802–1885," XXXIV, 1/2, 2011, 41-78.
ANDRADE LIMA, Tania. "Keeping a Tight Lid: The Architecture and Landscape Design of Coffee Plantations in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro, Brazil," XXXIV, 1/2, 2011, 193-215.

ANDREWS, Richard Mowery. “Some Implications of the Annales School and Its Methods for a Revision of Historical Writing About the United States ,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 165-80.
ARN, Jack. "Third World Urbanization and the Creation of a Relative Surplus Population: A History of Accra, Ghana to 1980," XIX, 4, Fall 1996, 413-43.
ARAGHI, Farshad. “Accumulation by Displacement: Global Enclosures, Food Crisis, and the Ecological Contradictions of Capitalism,” XXXII, 1, 2009, 113-46.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, see CASPARIS, John; SILVER, Beverly.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni. "Braudel, Capitalism, and the New Economic Sociology," XXIV, 1, 2001, 107-23.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni.
"Capitalism and the Modern World-System: Rethinking the Non-Debates of the 1970's," XXI, 1, 1998, 113-29.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni. "Labor Unrest in Italy, 1880-1990," XVIII, 1, Winter 1995, 51-68.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni.
Peripheralization of Southern Africa, I: Changes in Production Processes,” III, 2, Fall 1979, 161-91.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni. “Reply to Ramkrishna Mukherjee,” VI, 4, Spring 1983, 547-56.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni.
“The Three Hegemonies of Historical Capitalism,” XIII, 3, Summer 1990, 365-408.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni. "Workers of the World at Century's End," XIX, 3, Summer 1996, 335-51. See also errata in XX, 1, Winter 1997, 18.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni. "The World According to Andre Gunder Frank," XXII, 3, 1999, 327-54.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, and DRANGEL, Jessica. “The Stratification of the World-Economy: An Exploration of the Semiperipheral Zone,” X, 1, Summer 1986, 9-74.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, HIGGINSON, John, MAGUBANE, Bernard, SAUL, John, and WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel. “Theoretical Implications: A Roundtable Discussion,” III, 2, Fall 1979, 325-60.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, HOPKINS, Terence K., and WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel. “1886-1986: Beyond Haymarket?” XII, 2, Spring 1989, 191-206.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, HOPKINS, Terence K., and WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel. “1989, The Continuation of 1968,” XV, 2, Spring 1992, 221-42.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, HOPKINS, Terence K., and WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel. “The Liberation of Class Struggle?” X, 3, Winter 1987, 403-24.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, HOPKINS, Terence K., and WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel. “Rethinking the Concepts of Class and Status-Group in a World-System Perspective,” VI, 3, Winter 1983, 283-304.
ARRIGHI, Giovanni, and PISELLI, Fortunata. “Capitalist Development in Hostile Environments: Feuds, Class Struggles, and Migrations in a Peripheral Region of Southern Italy,” X, 4, Spring 1987, 649-751.
ASENIERO, George. "South Korean and Taiwanese Development: The Transnational Context," XVII, 3, Summer 1994, 275-336.
AUST, Martin. “Rossia Siberica: Russian-Siberian History Compared to Medieval Conquest and Modern Colonialism,” XXVII, 3, 2004, 181-205.
AYMARD, Maurice. “From Feudalism to Capitalism in Italy : The Case That Doesn't Fit,” VI, 2, Fall 1982, 131-208.
AYMARD, Maurice. “The Impact of the Annales School in Mediterranean Countries,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 53-64.
AYMARD, Maurice. "One Braudel or Several?" XXIV, 1, 2001, 13- 24.

BAGCHI, Amiya Kumar. “The Axial Ages of the Capitalist World-System,” XXVII, 2, 2004, 93-134.
BAGCHI, Amiya Kumar. "Contested Hegemonies and Laissez-Faire: Controversies over the Monetary Standard in India at the High Noon of the British Empire," XX, 1, Winter 1997, 19-76.
BAGCHI, Amiya Kumar. "Fluctuations and Turbulence of the World-Economy," XXIV, 2, 2001, 253-99.
BAHL, Vinay, see PALAT, Ravi.
BAK, János M. “Serfs and Serfdom: Words and Things,” IV, 1, Summer 1980, 3-18.
BALIBAR, Etienne. “The Nation Form: History and Ideology,” XIII, 3, Summer 1990, 329-61.
BANERJEE, Parthasarathi. "The Disciplinary Triplet of 'Social Sciences': An Indian Response," XXI, 3, 1998, 253-326.
BANURI, Tariq. "Noah's Ark or Jesus' Cross? UNCED as a Tale of Two Cities," XVII, 2, Spring 1994, 187-213.
BARBOSA, Luiz C. "The World-System and the Destruction of the Brazilian Amazon Rain Forest," XVI, 2, Spring 1993, 215-40.
BARCHIESI, Franco. “Labor and Social Citizenship in Colonial and Postcolonial Modernity: South African Perspectives in a Continental Context,” XXX, 1, 2007, 17-43.
BARCIA, Manuel. “‘A Not-So-Common Wind’: Slave Revolts in the Age of Revolutions in Cuba and Brazil ,” XXXI, 2, 2008, 169-93.
BARR, Kenneth. “Long Waves: A Selective Annotated Bibliography,” II, 4, Spring 1979, 675-718.
BARR, Kenneth, see also PALAT, Ravi.
BATOU, Jean. "Nineteenth-Century Attempted Escapes from the Periphery: The Cases of Egypt and Paraguay ," XVI, 3, Summer 1993, 279-318.
BEAUD, Michel. “The Crisis of Development in the Light of Economic-Systems Analysis,” X, 3, Winter 1987, 425-34.
BEIGUELMAN, Paula. “The Destruction of Modern Slavery: The Brazilian Case,” VI, 3, Winter 1983, 305-20.
BEIGUELMAN, Paula. “The Destruction of Modern Slavery: A Theoretical Issue,” II, 1, Summer 1978, 71-80.
BEITTEL, Mark. "Labor Unrest in South Africa , 1870-1990," XVIII, 1, Winter 1995, 87-104.
BENJAMIN, Craig S., see TURNER, Terisa E.
BERGESEN, Albert. “How to Model the Cyclical Dynamics of the World-System: A Reply to Pat McGowan,” VIII, 4, Spring 1985, 501-12.
BERGESEN, Albert, and SAHOO, Chintamani. “Evidence of the Decline of American Hegemony in World Production,” VIII, 4, Spring 1985, 595-611.
BERTHELOT, J.M. "La dynamique pluriculturelle dans la construction de la sociologie et l'aporie du relativisme," XIX, 4, Fall 1996, 445-63.
BIARDEAU, Javier, see SONNTAG, Heinz R.
BICHLER, Shimshon, see NITZAN, Jonathan.
BIENEFELD, Manfred. "Structural Adjustment: Debt Collection Device or Development Policy?" XXIII, 4, 2000, 533-82.
BIEZUNSKA-MALOWIST, Iva. “Ancient Slavery Reconsidered,” VI, 1, Summer 1982, 111-26.
BILOTTI, Edvige. "Models of Economic Development from a World-Systems Perspective: Moving Beyond Universalism," XXXIII, 4, 2010, 271-94.
BINA, Cyrus. “Internationalization of the Oil Industry: Simple Oil Shocks or Structural Crisis?” XI, 3, Summer 1988, 329-70.
BIRKIN, Lawrence. "Chaos Theory and 'Western Civilization'," XXII, 1, Winter 1999, 17-30.
BIRNBAUM, Norman. “The Annales School and Social Theory,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 225-35.
BIRTEK, Faruk. “The Rise and Fall of Etatism in Turkey , 1932-1950: The Uncertain Road in the Restructuring of a Semiperipheral Economy,” VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 407-38.
BLANTON, Richard, KOWALEWSKI, Stephen, and FEINMAN, Gary. “The Mesoamerican World-System,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 419-25.
BLOCK, Fred. “Capitalism versus Socialism in World-Systems Theory,” XIII, 2, Spring 1990, 265-71.
BONILLA, Frank, see CAMPOS, Ricardo.
BORATAV, Korkut, ÖKÇÜN, A. Gündüz, and PAMUK, Sevket. “Ottoman Wages and the World-Economy, 1839 1913,” VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 379-406.
BORREGO, John. “Metanational Capitalist Accumulation and the Emerging Paradigm of Revolutionist Accumulation,” IV, 4, Spring 1981, 713-77. See also errata in V, 2, Fall 1981, 326.
BOSWELL, Terry, and BUSH, Diane Mitsch. “Labor Force Composition and Union Organizing in the Arizona Copper Industry: A Comment on Jiménez,” VIII, 1, Summer 1984, 133-51.
BOSWELL, Terry, and MISRA, Joya. "Cycles and Trends in the Early Capitalist World-Economy: An Analysis of Leading Sector Commodity Trades, 1500-1600/50-1750," XVIII, 3, Summer 1995, 459-485.
BOUSQUET, Nicole. “The Decolonization of Spanish America in the Early Nineteenth Century: A World- Systems Approach,” XI, 4, Fall 1988, 497-531.
BOUSQUET, Nicole. “Esquisse d'une théorie de l'alternance de périodes de concurrence et d'hégémonie au centre de l'économie-monde capitaliste,” II, 4, Spring 1979, 501-17.
BOWLES, Samuel. “Class versus World-Systems Analysis? Epitaph for a False Opposition,” XI, 4, Fall 1988, 433-51.
BRAGANÇA, Aquino de, and DEPELCHIN, Jacques. “From the Idealization of Frelimo to the Understanding of Mozambique Recent History,” XI, 1, Winter 1988, 95-117.
BRAGANÇA, Aquino de, and O'LAUGHLIN, Bridget. “The Work of Ruth First in the Centre of African Studies: The Development Course,” VIII, 2, Fall 1984, 159-72.
BRAUDE, Benjamin. “International Competition and Domestic Cloth in the Ottoman Empire, 1500-1650: A Study in Undevelopment,” II, 3, Winter 1979, 437-51.
BRAUDEL, Fernand. “En guise de conclusion,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 243-53.
BRAUDEL, Fernand. “History and the Social Sciences: The longue durée,” XXXII, 2, 2009, 171-204.
BRAUDEL, Fernand. “A Model for the Analysis of the Decline of Italy ,” II, 4, Spring 1979, 647-62.
BRILL, Howard. “Stepwise Polynomial Regression: Royal Road or Detour?” XI, 3, Summer 1988, 393-411.
BROAD, Dave. “Global Economic Restructuring and the (Re)Casualization of Work in the Center: With Canadian ”XIV, 4, Fall 1991, 555-94. See also errata in XV, 2, Spring 1992, 312.
BRODER, Albert. “Investissements étrangers, commerce extérieur, et croissance dans la semipéripherie européenne: Le cas de l'Espagne contemporaine,” IX, 2, Fall 1985, 221-37.
BRUCAN, Silviu. "Communism versus Capitalism: A False Issue," XXI, 2, 1998, 201-05.
BRUCAN, Silviu. “Historical Evolution of Classes and Class Policy in the U.S.S.R.,” XIII, 3, Summer 1990, 299-328. See also erratum in XIII, 4, Fall 1990, 554.
BRUCAN, Silviu. “Market, Socialism, and Revolution,” IX, 2, Fall 1985, 155-61.
BRUCAN, Silviu. “The Strategy of Development in Eastern Europe,” V, 1, Summer 1981, 95-111.
BRUGNARO, Ferruccio. “A Poem: All Acquitted in Trial Over Petrochemical Dead,” XXVII, 4, 2004, 365.
BULMAN, Raymond F. "Discerning Major Shifts in the World- System -- Some Help from Theology?" XIX, 4, Fall 1996, 383-400.
BUNKER, Stephen G., and CICCANTELL, Paul S. “Creating Hegemony via Raw Materials Access; Strategies in Holland and Japan ,” XXVI, 4, 2003, 339-80.
BURGUIÈRE, André. “The New Annales: A Redefinition of the Late 1960's,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 195-205.
BURKE, Peter. “Reflections on the Historical Revolution in France : The Annales School and British Social History,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 147-56.
BUSH, Diane Mitsch, see BOSWELL, Terry.

CAMPOS
, Ricardo, and BONILLA, Frank. “Bootstraps and Enterprise Zones: The Underside of Late Capitalism in Puerto Rico and the United States ,” V, 4, Spring 1982, 556-90.
CASPARIS, John. “The Swiss Mercenary System: Labor Emigration from the Semiperiphery,” V, 4, Spring 1982, 593-642.
CASPARIS, John, and ARRIGHI, Giovanni. "Labor Unrest in Germany , 1906- 90," XVIII, 1, Winter 1995, 137-51.
CASTRO, Marcus Faro de. " Latin America and the Future of International Development "XXIII, 4, 2000, 503-32. See also ERRATA, XXIV, 1, 2001, 215.
CATTINI, Marco. “Congiuntura economica, gettiti fiscali ed indebitamento pubblico in un comune rurale del Basso Modenese,” I, 2, Fall 1977, 51-85.
CERUTI, Mauro. "Narrative Elements: A New Common Feature Between the Sciences of Nature and the Sciences of Societies," XXII, 1, Winter 1999, 1-15.
CHAND, Ganeshwar. “The United States and the Origins of the Trusteeship System,” XIV, 2, Spring 1991, 171-229.
CHANDRA, Bipan. “Colonial India : British versus Indian Views of Development,” XIV, 1, Winter 1991, 81-167.
CHANDRA, Bipan. “Karl Marx, His Theories of Asian Societies, and Colonial Rule,” V, 1, Summer 1981, 13-91.
CHAPA, Jorge. “Wage Labor in the Periphery: Silver Mining in Colonial Mexico ,” IV, 3, Winter 1981, 509-34.
CHASE-DUNN, Christopher. “The Comparative Study of World-Systems,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 313-33.
CHASE-DUNN, Christopher. “Introduction: Quantitative Studies of the World-System,” VIII, 4, Spring 1985, 445-50.
CHASE-DUNN, Christopher. “Resistance to Imperialism: Semiperipheral Actors,” XIII, 1, Winter 1990, 1-31.
CHAUDHURI, K. N. “The World-System East of Longitude 20 : The European Role in Asia, 1500-1750,” V, 2, Fall 1981, 219-45.
CHICANO POLITICAL ECONOMY COLLECTIVE. "Introduction: Chicano Labor and Unequal Development," IV, 3, Winter 1981, 453-58.
CHIKHI, Said. "Question ouvrière et rapports sociaux en Algérie," XVIII, 3, Summer 1995, 487-525.
CHIROT, Daniel. “A Romanian Prelude to Contemporary Debates about Development,” II, 1, Summer 1978, 115-23.
CHOREV, Nitsan, Tatiana Andia Rey, & David Ciplet. "The State of States in International Organizations: From the WHO to the Global Fund," XXXIV, 3, 2011, 285-310.
CICCANTELL, Paul, see BUNKER, Stephen G.
CIPLET, David, see CHOREV, Nitsan.
CIRIACONO, Salvatore. "Land Reclamation: Dutch Windmills, Private Enterprises, and State Intervention," XVIII, 2, Spring 1995, 281- 304.
ÇIZAKÇA, Murat. “Incorporation of the Middle East into the European World-Economy,” VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 353-78.
CLARK, Brett, see YORK, Richard.
CZAJKOWSKI, Waldemar. "Marx's Paradigm - A Paradigm to Be (Re)discovered?, or How Marx Could Help Us to Construct Unitarian Theories of History," XXI, 4, 1998, 389-468.
COLLINS, Jane L. “The Paradox of Poverty in the Transition from Welfare to Work,” XXX, 4, 2007, 283-311.
COLLINS, Randall. “The Geopolitical and Economic World-Systems of Kinship-Based and Agrarian-Coercive Societies,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 373-88.
CONNELL, R. W. “Class Formation on a World Scale,” VII, 3, Winter 1984, 407-40.
CONTRERAS, Miguel A, see SONNTAG, Heinz R.
COOMBS, Rod. “Long Waves and Labor-Process Change,” VII, 4, Spring 1984, 675-701.
COPANS, Jean. “In Search of Lost Theory: Marxism and Structuralism Within French Anthropology,” III, 1, Summer 1979, 45-73.
COQUERY-VIDROVITCH, Catherine. “Les conditions de la dépendance: histoire du sous-développement africain,” IX, 1, Summer 1985, 81-110. See also errata in IX, 2, Fall 1985, 315-16.
CROSBY, Alfred W. “Biotic Change in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand,” IX, 3, Winter 1986, 325-37.
CZESKLEBA-DUPONT, Rolf. "Sustainable World-System Development: Restructuring Societal Metabolism," XXVI, 2, 2003, 221-39.

DAL LAGO, Enrico. “Second Slavery, Second Serfdom, and Beyond: The Atlantic Plantation System and the Eastern and Southern European Landed Estate System in Comparative Perspective, 1800-60,” XXXII, 4, 2009, 391-420.
DANGLER, Jamie Faricellia. "The Times ( London) and the New York Times as Sources on World Labor Unrest," XVIII, 1, Winter 1995, 35-47.
DASSBACH, Carl H.A., Nurhan Davutyan, Jianping Dong & Barry Fay. "Long Waves Prior to 1790: A Modest Contribution," XVIII, 2, Spring 1995, 305-325.
DAVIES, Jon. “Letter from Tyneside, in the Semiperiphery of the Semicore: A U.K. Experience,” XIV, 3, Summer 1991, 437-49.
DAVIS, Mike. “`Fordism' in Crisis: A Review of Michel Aglietta's Régulation et crises: L'expérience des Etats-Unis,” II, 2, Fall 1978, 207-69.
DAVUTYAN, Nurhan, see DASSBACH, Carl H. A.
DE ANGELIS, Massimo.
“The Political Economy of Global Neoliberal Governance,” XXVIII, 3, 2005, 229-57.
DEPELCHIN, Jacques, see BRAGANÇA, Aquino de.
DENEMARK, Robert A. “The State in Zambia and Chile : The Role of Linkage to the World-Economy,” XIV, 4, Fall 1991, 517- 54.
DE OLIVER, Miguel. "Structural Consolidation: The Colorado Delta Region, 1900-10," XVIII, 4, Fall 1995, 565-588.
DERLUGUIAN, Gueorgui. “Social Decomposition and Armed Violence in Postcolonial Mozambique ,” XIII, 4, Fall 1990, 439- 62.
DESAI, Ashok V. “Population and Standards of Living in Akbar's Time--A Second Look,” III, 3, Winter 1980, 429-62.
DE VRIES, Jan. "Great Expectations: Early Modern History and the Social Sciences," XXII, 2, 1999, 121-49.
DICKINSON, Torry, see WALLERSTEIN, Immanuel.
DICKINSON, Torry. “(Hetero)Sexism as a Weapon of the World-System: Feminist Reflections on Household Research by Joan Smith and the Fernand Braudel Center,” XXX, 4, 2007, 261-81.
DIRLIK, Arif. "Place-based Imagination: Globalism and the Politics of Place," XXII, 2, 1999, 151-87.
DIRLIK, Arif. "Social Formations in Representations of the Past: The Case of 'Feudalism' in Twentieth-Century Chinese Historiography," XIX, 3, Summer 1996, 227-67.
DIXON, Marlene, MARTINEZ, Elizabeth, and McCAUGHAN, Ed. “Chicanas and Mexicanas Within a Transnational Working Class: Theoretical Perspectives,” VII, 1, Summer 1983, 109-50.
DOCKÈS, Pierre. “`Grands' moulins hydrauliques, rapports sociaux et systèmes d'exploitation,” X, 2, Fall 1986, 348-97.
DONG, Jianping, see DASSBACH, Carl H.A.
DOWD, Douglas F. “The ChPEC Papers: A Comment,” IV, 3, Winter 1981, 629-36.
DRANGEL, Jessica, see ARRIGHI, Giovanni.
DUBOFSKY, Melvyn. "Labor Unrest in the United States, 1906-90," XVIII, 1, Winter 1995, 125-135.
DUBOFSKY, Melvyn, see SILVER, Beverly.
DUBUC, Alfred. “The Influence of the Annales School in Quebec,” I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 123-45.
DULCE GASPAR, Maria. "Material Culture, Daily Life, and Archaeological Possibilities in the Plantation Borders pf the Guanabara Bay Region," XXXIV, 1/2, 2011, 217-43.

DUMÉNIL, Gérard & LÉVY, Dominique. "Neoliberalism: The Crime and the Beneficiary," XXV, 4, 2002, 393-400.
DUNCAN BARETTA, Silvio R., and MARKOFF, John. “The Limits of the Brazilian Revolution of 1930,” IX, 3, Winter 1986, 413- 52.
DUNAWAY, Wilma A. "The Incorporation of Mountain Ecosystems into the Capitalist World-System," XIX, 4, Fall 1996, 355-81.
DUNAWAY, Wilma A. and MACABUAC, M. Cecilia. “‘The Shrimp Eat Better Than We Do’: Philippine Subsistence Fishing Households Sacrificed for the Global Food Chain,” XXX, 4, 2007, 313-37
DUNAWAY, Wilma A. "The Southern Fur Trade and the Incorporation of Southern Appalachia into the World-Economy, 1690-1763," XVII, 2, Spring 1994, 215-242.

ECHEVERRÍA, Bolívar. “Modernidad y capitalismo: Quince tesis,” XIV, 4, Fall 1991, 471-515.
EDITOR. “Note from the Editor: Commemorating the Longue Durée,” XXXII, 2, 2009, v.
EDITORS. "Introductory Note: The Impact of the Annales School on the Social Sciences," I, 3/4, Winter/Spring 1978, 3.
EDITORS. "Introduction: Long Waves in History," VII, 4, Spring 1984, 557.
EKELAND, Ivar. "What is Chaos Theory?" XXI, 2, 1998, 137-50.
EKHOLM, Kajsa, and FRIEDMAN, Jonathan. “`Capital' Imperialism and Exploitation in Ancient World-Systems,” VI, 1, Summer 1982, 87-109.
ELSENHANS, Hartmut. “On the Development of World-Systems Studies,” XXVII, 1, 2004, 1-35.
ELWERT, Georg, and WONG, Diana. “Subsistence Production and Commodity Production in the Third World,” III, 3, Winter 1980, 501-22.
EMMANUEL, Arghiri. “Gains and Losses from the International Division of Labor,” I, 2, Fall 1977, 87-108. See also errata printed separately and inserted into issue.
ENGBERG-PEDERSEN, Poul. “The Periphery in the Institutionalization of a New International Order,” IX, 1, Summer 1985, 112-38.
ESCUDERO, José Carlos. “The Logic of the Biosphere, the Logic of Capitalism--Nutrition in Latin America,” XIV, 1, Winter 1991, 1-25.
EVERS, Hans-Dieter, and SCHIEL, Tilman. “Exchange, Trade, and State: A Theoretical Outline,” X, 3, Winter 1987, 459-70.

FAIRE, Alexander. “The Strategies of Economic Redeployment in the West,” V, 2, Fall 1981, 139-204.
FARINA, Blaise. “A Portrait of World Historical Production and World Historical Waste after 1945,” XXX, 3, 2007, 177-213.
FAROQHI, Suraiya, see ISLAMOGLU, Huri.
FATTON, Robert Jr. “The Democratization of Senegal (1976 1983): `Passive Revolution' and the Democratic Limits of Liberal Democracy,” X, 2, Fall 1986, 279-312.
FAY, Barry, see DASSBACH, Carl H.A.
FEDER, Ernest. “The Odious Competition Between Man and Animal over Agricultural Resources in the Underdeveloped Countries,” III, 3, Winter 1980, 463-500.
FEHÉR, Ferenc. “The French Revolution: Between Class Identity and Universalist Illusions,” VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 335- 52.
FEHÉR, Ferenc. “The Sphinx of the Revolution,” XI, 1, Winter 1988, 69-93.
FEINMAN, Gary, see BLANTON, Richard; UPHAM, Steadman.
FELDMAN, Shelley. “Households, Labor, and Global Capitalism: A Close Encounter with Joan Smith,” XXX, 4, 2007, 243-60.
FELDMAN, Shelley. "Intersecting and Contesting Positions: Postcolonialism, Feminism, and World-Systems Theory," XXIV, 3, 2001, 343-71.
FELDMAN, Shelley. “Introduction: Special Issue In Honor of Joan Smith,” XXX, 4, 2007, 237-42.
FERNANDEZ DE PINEDO, E. “Un cas régional avec faible pression fiscale: le Pays Basque péninsulaire,” III, 1, Summer 1979, 75-96.
FERNÁNDEZ RETAMAR, Roberto. “Conocimiento, teoría y tensión entre conocimiento local y universal,” XXVIII, 2, 2005, 161-85.
FERRER, Ada. “Cuban Slavery and Atlantic Antislavery,” XXXI, 3, 2008, 267-93.
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N.A. " I. Contents by Issue," XX, Supplement 1997, 1-21.
N.A. "II. Contents by Author," XX, Supplement 1997, 23-45.
N.A. "III. Contents by Subject," XX, Supplement 1997, 47-76.
N.A. "In Memoriam Clemens Heller," XXV, 4, 2002, 349.
N.A. "In Memoriam Ilya Prigogine," XXVI, 2, 2003, i.
N.A. "In Memory of Lygia Sygaud (1945-2009)," XXXIV, 1/2, 2011, viii.
N.A. "Neo-Smithism," VIII, 3, Winter 1985, 291.
N.A. "Statement on the Death of Walter Rodney," IV, 4, Spring 1981, 641-42.
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O'BRIEN, Patricia. “The `World-System' of Cahokia within the Middle Mississippi Tradition,” XV, 3, Summer 1992, 389-417.
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