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
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Issue 20, November 12, 2010
Franziska Bieri, “The Roles of NGOs in the Kimberley Process”
Issue 19, July 1, 2010
Geoffrey Pleyers, “The Global Justice Movement”
Issue 18, June 1, 2010
Mahdi Mohammad Nia, “From Old to New Terrorism: The Changing Nature of International Security”
Issue 17, May 6, 2010
Pim Martens and Bas Amelung, “On the Correlation between Globalization and Vulnerability in Times of Economic Crisis — A Statistical Analysis for Europe”
Issue 16, April 20, 2010
Robert A. Saunders, “A Forgotten Core? Mapping the Globality of Central Asia”
Issue 15, March 18, 2010
Jacek Więcławski, “The Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Fears, Challenges, and Reality”
Issue 14, October 22, 2009
Alyaksandr Sychov, “Human Trafficking: A Call for Global Action”
Issue 13, January 7, 2009
Harald Braun, “Diplomacy in Times of Global Change: A Lecture”
Issue 12, November 12, 2008
John J. Munro, “Empire and Intersectionality. Notes on the Production of Knowledge about US Imperialism”
Issue 11, February 29, 2008
Gert Schmidt, “Globalization and Asian Fordisms”
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