Globality Studies Journal (GSJ) is an open access journal committed to interdisciplinary analyses of global history and society, global civilization and local cultures.

GSJ values open discourse, critical research and original scholarship. We welcome theoretical, empirical, historical, and comparative studies that seek to assess globality across the geobody in times past and present.

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Globality Studies Journal is indexed in DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals.

Established Summer 2006, GSJ is published by SBIGS, the Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies,
SUNY Stony Brook
NY 11794-3380
© GSJ & Author(s)
ISSN 1557-0266

Issue 40, July 15, 2014
Robert A. Saunders, “The Geopolitics of Russophonia: The Problems and Prospects of Post-Soviet ‘Global Russian’”

Issue 39, September 22, 2013
Oskar Kurer, “Germany – Heading for Meltdown?”

Issue 38, September 22, 2013
John-Paul Wilson, “Regional Confluence: Foreign Enterprise and Nicaraguan Costeño Society”

Issue 37, September 8, 2013
Martha C. E. Van Der Bly, “Pananthropoi – Towards a Society of All Humanity”

Issue 36, July 26, 2013
Wolf Schäfer, “Pangaea II – The Project of the Global Age”

Issue 35, July 26, 2013
Branko Bošnjaković, “Environment and Climate Change as Geopolitical Issues in the Asias: What Can Be Learned from the European Experience?”

Issue 34, July 26, 2013
Caroline A. Sullivan, “Global Water Resources: Where are the Vulnerable?”

Issue 33, July 26, 2013
Filip Johnsson, “Global and Regional Energy Challenges to 2050 and Beyond: Experiences from Assessing Energy Pathways for Europe”

Issue 32, July 26, 2013
Jeffrey Broadbent and Co-authors: , “Asian Societies and Climate Change: The Variable Diffusion of Global Norms”

Issue 31, August 28, 2012
Philip S. Khoury, “World into Globe I: Introductory Remarks”

Wallace Katz
Stony Brook
Robert Saunders
SUNY Farmingdale
Martin Albrow
LSE, London
Said Arjomand
Raymond Grew
Martin Heidenreich
Oldenburg University
Herman Lebovics
Hyun-Chin Lim
SNUAC, Seoul
Bruce Mazlish
MIT, Cambridge
Ricardo Salvatore
DiTella, Buenos Aires
Gert Schmidt
Ruan Wei
Shenzhen University
Wolf Schäfer