Immanuel Wallerstein’s Lasting Legacies


  • Valentine M. Moghadam Northeastern University



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How to Cite

Moghadam, V. M. (2023). Immanuel Wallerstein’s Lasting Legacies. Journal of World-Systems Research, 29(2), 295–307.



The Legacies of Immanuel Wallerstein