Introduction to the Volume's Two Thematic Sections

  • Christopher Chase-Dunn University of California, Riverside


The first batch contains an article by Political Scientist Daniel Whitcncck on epistemic communities and global leadership and a special thematic section focussing around the ideas ofW. Warren Wagar regarding the future of the world-system and global politics. The second batch of papers in Volume 2 has been edited by P. Nick Kardulias of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Kenyon College. This special thematic section focusses on anthropological and archaeological approaches to the study of world systems.
How to Cite
Chase-Dunn, C. (1996). Introduction to the Volume’s Two Thematic Sections. Journal of World-Systems Research, 2(1), 1.
Global Politics and the Future of the World-System

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