Historical Sociology and World History: Uneven and Combined Development Over the Longue Durée

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Alexander Anievas, Kamran Matin
Rowman & Littlefield International Limited, 2016 - Business & Economics - 307 pages
Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Alexander Anievas and Kamran Matin -- Uneven and combined development : "the international" in theory and history / Justin Rosenberg -- The conditions for the emergence of uneven and combined development / Neil Davidson -- The uneven, combined, and intersocietal dimensions of Korean state formation and consolidation over the longue durée : 300-1900 ce / Owen Miller -- Combination as "foreign policy" : the inter-societal origins of the Ottoman empire / Kerem Niancolu -- Revisiting the transformation of the 19th century and the "eastern question" : uneven and combined development and the Ottoman steppe / Jamie Allinson -- Asian sources of British imperial power : the role of the mysorean rocket in the opium war / Luke Cooper -- Rejecting the "staples" thesis and re-centering migration : a comparative analysis of "late development" in Canada and Argentina / Jessica Evans -- Navigating uneven and combined development : Britain's Africa policy in historical perspective / William Brown -- The impact of the "global transformation" on uneven and combined development / Barry Buzan and George Lawson -- The Ethiopian revolutions in world-historical perspective / Fouad Makki -- Uneven and combined development in the sociocultural evolution of world-systems / Christopher Chase-Dunn and Marilyn Grell-Brisk -- Navigating non-eurocentrism and trotskyist integrity in the new trotskyist IR of world history / John M. Hobson -- The stakes of uneven and combined development / David L. Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah -- Conclusion -- Rethinking historical sociology and world history : beyond the eurocentric gaze / Alexander Anievas and Kamran Matin -- Bibliography -- Index -- List of contributors

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About the author (2016)

Alexander Anievas is an Early Career Leverhulme Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK Kamran Matin is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Sussex University, management committee member of Centre for Advanced International Theory, and a co-founder and co-director of Sussex Uneven and Combined Development Working Group.

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