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 10, September 4, 2007
Mark R. Thompson, “The Dialectic of ‘Good Governance’ and Democracy in Southeast Asia: Globalized Discourses and Local Responses”
Issue 9, August 10, 2007
Hyun-Chin Lim, “Globalizing Asia: Towards a New Development Paradigm”
Issue 8, July 17, 2007
Martin Albrow, “A New Decade of the Global Age, 1996-2006”
Issue 7, May 28, 2007
Wolf Schäfer, “Lean Globality Studies”
Issue 6, April 16, 2007
Oskar Kurer, “Asian Capitalisms: Diverging Beneficiaries of Globalization?”
Issue 5, March 7, 2007
Diane Barthel-Bouchier and Ming Min Hui, “Places of Cosmopolitan Memory”
Issue 4, February 5, 2007
Herman Lebovics, “Echoes of the ‘Primitive’ in France’s Move to Postcoloniality: The Musée du Quai Branly”
Issue 3, December 15, 2006
Gert Schmidt, “The Changing Globality of the Atlantic Hemisphere”
Issue 2, July 3, 2006
Martin Heidenreich, “The Europeanization of Solidarity: Between Global Markets, National Institutions and European Regulations”
Issue 1, June 5, 2006
Wolf Schäfer, “From the End of European History to the Globality of World Regions: A Research Perspective”
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