The Article List

The following is the list of over 328 articles written by Dr. Wallerstein on a variety of social, political, and economic issues. This list will include downloadable PDF files when they become available.

The following is the list of over 328 articles written by Dr. Wallerstein on a variety of social, political, and economic issues. This list will include downloadable PDF files when they become available.

  1. “La Ghana face au present,” Présence africaine, n.s., XVIII XIX, févr. mai 1958, 184 194. [Trans. Dutch 1957]
  2. “Evolving Patterns of African Society,” in I. Wallerstein et al., The Political Economy of Contemporary Africa, National Institute of Social and Behavioral Science, Symposia Studies Series No. 1, December 1959, 1 7.
  3. “The Search for National Identity in West Africa,” Eng. ed., No. 6/7, 1960, 17 29. [Trans. French, 1960 61]
  4. “Ethnicity and National Integration in West Africa,” Cahiers d’é¬tudes africaines, No. 3, Oct. 1960, 129 39.
  5. “Pan Africanism as Protest,” in M.A. Kaplan, ed., Revolution in World Politics. New York: Wiley 1962, 137 51.
  6. “The Political Ideology of the P.D.G.,” Présence africaine, Eng. ed., Vol. 12, 1st Quarter 1962, 30 41. [Trans. French, 1962]
  7. “L’Unité et la balkanisation de l’A.O.F.,” Etudes congolaises, No. 1, 1962, 36 40.
  8. “Voluntary Associations,” in J.S. Coleman and C.G. Rosberg, Jr., eds., Political Parties and National Integration in Tropical Africa. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1964, 318 39.
  9. “Class, Tribe and Party in West African Politics,” Transactions of the Fifth World Congress of Sociology, Vol. III, 1964, pp. 203 16.
  10. “Elites in French Speaking West Africa: The Social Basis of Ideas,” Journal of Modern African Studies, III, 1, May, 1965, 1 33.
  11. “Migration: The Political Perspective,” in H. Kuper, ed., Ur¬ban¬ization and Migration in West Africa. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1965.
  12. “The Decline of the Party in Single Party Africa States,” in J. La Palombara and M. Weiner, eds., Political Parties and Po¬litical Development. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1966, 201 14.
  13. “The Early Years of the OAU: The Search for Organizational Pre¬eminence,” International Organization, XX, 4, Autumn 1966, 774 87.
  14. (with Terence K. Hopkins), “The Comparative Study of National So¬cieties,” Social Sciences Information, VI, 5, October 1967, 25 58. [Trans. Spanish 1971]
  15. “Class, Tribe, and Party in West African Politics,” in S.M. Lipset and S. Rokkan, eds., Party Systems and Voter Alignments. New York: Free Press, 1967, Ch. XI, 497 518.
  16. “Violence Versus Persuasion as Agents of Social Change,” New World Quarterly, IV, 4, Cropover 1968, 51 54. [Trans. French 1967]
  17. “Frantz Fanon: Reason and Violence,” Berkeley Journal of Sociology, XV, 1970, 222 231.
  18. “The Colonial Era in Africa: Changes in the Social Structure,” in L.H. Gann and Peter Duignan, eds., Colonialism in Africa, 1870 1960, Vol. II: The History and Politics of Colonialism, 1914 1960. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970, 399 421. [AMW]
  19. “The University Crisis: The Transitional and the Chronic,” 2 11 in John M. Whiteley, ed., Students in the University and in Society, Student Personnel Series, No. 13, American College Personnel Association, 1970.
  20. (with Michael Hechter), “Social Rank and Nationalism: Some African Data,” Public Opinion Quarterly, XXIV, 3, Fall 1970, 360 70.
  21. “Introduction” to Philip J. Foster and Aristide Zolberg, eds., Ghana and the Ivory Coast: Perspective on Modernization. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971, 3 8.
  22. “Left and Right in Africa,” Journal of Modern African Studies, IX, 1, Apr. 1971, 1 10.
  23. (with Terence K. Hopkins), “A Proposal for a Data Bank of African Materials,” Social Science Information, X, 2, Apr. 1971, 135 47.
  24. “The State and State Transformation: Will and Possibility,” Politics and Society, I, 3, May 1971, 359 64. [Trans. Italian 1971]
  25. “The Range of Choice: Constraints on the Policies of Governments of Contemporary African Independent States,” in Michael F. Lofchie, ed., The State of Nations. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971, 19 33.
  26. “Academic Freedom and the Collective Expression of Opinion,” Journal of Higher Education, XLII, 9, Dec. 1971, 713 20.
  27. “Radical Intellectuals in a Liberal Society,” in I. Wallerstein and P. Starr, eds., University Crisis Reader, II. New York: Random House, 1971, 471 77.
  28. “L’Organisation des sciences humaines et l’objectivité,” Cahiers internationaux de sociologie, L, 1971, 41 48.
  29. “The Lessons of the PAIGC,” Africa Today, 18, 3, July 1971, 62 68. [Review of Amilcar Cabral, Revolution in Guinea and Gérard Chaliand, Armed Struggle in Africa] [AMW]
  30. “There Is No Such Thing as Sociology,” letter to The American Sociologist, VI, 4, No. 1971, 328.
  31. “Africa Since 1945,” Ch. 98 of John A. Garraty and Peter Gay, eds., The Columbia History of the World (New York: Harper and Row, 1972), 1107 17.
  32. “Social Conflict in Post Independence Black Africa: The Concepts of Race and Status Group Reconsidered,” in Ernest Q. Camp¬bell, ed., Racial Tensions and National Identity. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1972, 207 26. [Trans. Fr. 1971, corrected 1988; German 1990, Greek 1991, Italian 1991, Turk¬ish 1993] [CWE] [RNC]
  33. “Three Paths of National Development in the Sixteenth Century,” Studies in Comparative International Development, VII, 2, Summer 1972, 95 101. [Trans. Hungarian, 1979] [CWE]
  34. “The Two Modes of Ethnic Consciousness: Soviet Central Asia in Transition,” in Edward Allworth, ed., The Nationality Ques¬tion in Soviet Central Asia. New York: Praeger, l973, l68 75. [Trans. Fr. l972] [CWE]
  35. “Class and Class Conflict in Contemporary Africa,” Canadian Jour¬nal of African Studies, VII, 3, l973, 375 80. [Partial trans. German, l983] [CWE]
  36. “Africa in a Capitalist World,” Issue: A Quarterly Journal of Africanist Opinion, III, 3, Fall l973, l ll. [Trans. Hungarian, l98l] [AMW]
  37. “Imperialism and Capitalism: Are the Workers the Most Oppressed Class?” Insurgent Sociologist, III, 2, Winter l973, 25 28. [Trans. Fr. l97l, Sp. 1977]
  38. “Trends in World Capitalism,” Monthly Review, XXVI, l, May l974, l2 l8. [Trans. Ital. l974, Greek l978]
  39. “Dependence in an Interdependent World: The Limited Possibili¬ties of Transformation Within the Capitalist World Economy,” African Studies Review, XVII, l, Apr. l974, l 26. [Trans. French l974, Serbo Croat l982, Korean l983] [CWE]
  40. “The Role of the Organization of African Unity in Contemporary African Politics,” in Yassin El Ayouty & Hugh C. Brooks, eds., Africa and International Organization. The Hague: Nij¬hoff, l974, l8 28.
  41. “The Rise and Future Demise of the World Capitalist System: Con¬cepts for Comparative Analysis,” Comparative Studies in Society & History, XVI, 4, Sept. l974, 387 4l5. [Trans. Sp. l975, Fr. l976, Hungarian l977, Turkish l978, German l979, l983 (partial), Ital. l979, l984; Greek 1999]
  42. “Africa, the United States, and the World Economy: Historical Bases of U.S. Policy,” in Frederick S. Arkhurst, ed., U.S. Policy Toward Africa. New York: Praeger, l975, ll 37. [Trans. Port. l974] [AMW]
  43. “Class Formation in the Capitalist World Economy,” Politics and Society, V, 3, l975, 367 75. [Partial translation, German, l983]
  44. “Disengagement as a Tactic in the Liberation of Southern Africa,” Study Project Strategy Paper No. l6, in Foreign Investment in South Africa The Policy Debate, Study Project on Exter¬nal Investment in South Africa and Namibia (South West Af¬rica), l975, 26 42.
  45. “The Present State of the Debate on World Inequality,” in I. Wal¬lerstein, ed., World Inequality. Montreal: Black Rose Books, l975, 9 28. [French l975; Chinese l985; partial translation, German l983]
  46. “Failed Transitions, or Inevitable Decline of the Leader? The Workings of the Capitalist World Economy,” in Frederick Krantz & Paul M. Hohenberg, eds., Failed Transitions to Mod¬ern Industrial Society: Renaissance Italy and Seventeenth Century Holland. Montreal: Interuniversity Centre for Euro¬pean Studies, l975, 75 80. [French edition also]
  47. “Alternative Development Strategies,” in S.D. Clark, ed., Prob¬lems of Development in Atlantic Canada. Proceedings of Sym¬posium held on l5 l7 April l975. Ottowa: The Royal Society of Canada, 83 89. [Trans. Tamil l976, Sinhalese l976]
  48. Old Problems and New Syntheses: The Relation of Revolutionary Ideas and Practices. Sorokin Lecture Publication No. 4. Saskatoon: Univ. of Saskatchewan, l975. [CWE]
  49. “Inequalities in the World System,” Summation, V, l/2, Summer/Fall l975, l 7.
  50. “The Quality of Life in Different Social Systems: The Model and the Reality,” in C.K. Blong, ed., Systems Thinking and the Quality of Life (Proceedings of the l975 Annual North Amer¬ican Meetings of the Society for General Systems Research, l975), 28 34. [Trans. Serbo Croat, l986] [PWE]
  51. “The Three Stages of African Involvement into the World Economy,” in Peter C.W. Gutkind & Immanuel Wallerstein, eds., Polit¬i¬cal Economy of Contemporary Africa. Vol. I of Sage Series on African Modernization and Development. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, l976, 30 57. [Revised ed., 1985, 35 63] [Trans. Hungarian l978, l98l] [AMW]
  52. “Modernization: Requiescat in Pace,” in L. Coser & O. Larsen, eds., The Uses of Controversy in Sociology. New York: Free Press, l976, l3l 35. [CWE]
  53. “From Feudalism to Capitalism: Transition or Transitions?” So¬cial Forces, 55, 2, Dec. l976, 273 83. [Trans. Hungarian l977, l978, l98l; Dutch l976; Spanish, l978; Italian l986; Polish l988] [CWE]
  54. “The Rural Economy in the Modern World Society,” with “Additional Comments” in Jonathon L. Jenkins, ed., Food and the Rural Economy, Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Center for Ethics and Society, Lutheran Church in America, l976, l l9. [CWE]
  55. “Semi peripheral Countries and the Contemporary World Crisis,” Theory and Society, III, 4, Winter l976, 46l 83. [Trans. Sp. l975; Hungarian, l980; Greek, l98l] [CWE]
  56. “A World System Perspective on the Social Sciences,” British Jour¬nal of Sociology, XXVII, 3, Sept. l976, 348 52. [Trans. Hungarian, l980; partial trans. German, l983] [CWE]
  57. “Luanda is Madrid: The World Challenge of Angola,” The Nation, Jan. 3 l0, l976, l2 l7. [AMW]
  58. “Kissinger’s African Mischief,” The Nation, Oct. 9, l976, 328 3l. [AMW]
  59. “American Slavery and the Capitalist World Economy,” American Journal of Sociology, LXXXI, 5, Mar. l976, ll99 l2l3. [Re¬view of Robert W. Fogel & Stanley L. Engerman, Time on the Cross, and Eugene D. Genovese, Roll, Jordan, Roll] [Trans. Fr. l98l] [CWE]
  60. “The Tasks of Historical Social Science: An Editorial,” Review, I, l, Summer l977, 3 7.
  61. (with Terence K. Hopkins et al.), “Patterns of Develoment of the Modern World System,” Review, I, 2, Fall l977, lll 45. [Trans. German l979; Ital. l979; Hungarian l979, l980, Chi¬nese, l985, Japanese 1991] [WSA]
  62. “How Do We Know Class Struggle When We See It?,” Insurgent So¬ciol¬ogist, VII, 2, Spr. l977, l04 06. [Trans. Fr. l983]
  63. “Yankee, Stay Home! South Africa and Liberal Inteventionism,” The Nation, Nov. l2, l977, 489 92. [AMW]
  64. “Civilizations and Modes of Production: Conflicts and Convergen¬ces,” Theory and Society, V, l, l978, l l0. [PWE]
  65. “World Systems Analysis: Theoretical and Interpretative Issues,” in Barbara H. Kaplan, ed., Social Change in the Capitalist World Economy. Beverly Hills: Sage, l978, 2l9 35. [Trans. Chinese, l985] [WSA]
  66. (with John Frank Stephens), “Libraries and Our Civilizations,” a report prepared for the Governor of the State of New York, June l978.
  67. (with K.P. Moseley), “Precapitalist Social Structures,” Annual Review of Sociology, IV, l978, 259 90.
  68. “Annales as Resistance,” Review, I, 3/4, Winter/Spring l978, 5 7.
  69. “Class Conflict in the Capitalist World-Economy,” in The Capita¬list World-Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1979, 283-293. [Trans. Fr. 1988, German 1990, Greek 1991, Italian 1991, Turkish 1993] [CWE] [RNC]
  70. “Underdevelopment and Phase B: Effect of the Seventeenth Century Stagnation on Core and Periphery of the European World Econ¬omy,” in Walter Goldfrank, ed., The World System of Capita¬lism, Past and Present. Beverly Hills: Sage, l979, 73 83. (Also: “Crisis of the Seventeenth Century, New Left Review, l978). [Trans. Ital. l978, Sp. l979, German l98l, Jap. l984]
  71. “The Ottoman Empire and the Capitalist World Economy: Some Ques¬tions for Research,” Review, II, 3, Win. l979, 389 98.
  72. (with T.K. Hopkins et al.), Research Working Group on Cyclical Rhythms & Secular Trends, “Cyclical Rhythms & Secular Trends of the Capitalist World Economy: Some Premises, Hypotheses, and Questions,” Review, II, 4, Spr. l979, 483 500. [Trans. German l98l; Jap. l984, 1991; Chinese l985] [WSA]
  73. (with William G. Martin), “Peripheralization of South Africa: Changes in Household Structure and Labor Force Formation,” Review, III, 2, Fall l979, l93 207. [AMW]
  74. “(An Essay Review:) Kondratieff Up or Kondratieff Down?” Review, II, 4, Spr. l979, 663 73 [Important typo, p. 664] [Trans. Jap. l984, 1991]
  75. “Incorporation and Peripheralization: Two Concepts as a Frame¬work of Analysis,” Research Bulletin, Southern Africa and the World Economy, No. l, Aug. l979, 2 5.
  76. “World Networks and the Politics of the World-Economy,” in A.H. Hawley, ed., Societal Growth: Processes and Implications, New York: Free Press, 1979, 269-78. [Tr. Japanese 1991, Turkish 1992] [PWE]
  77. “The Future of the World Economy,” in Terence K. Hopkins & Imman¬uel Wallerstein, eds., Processes of the World System. Bever¬ly Hills: Sage, l980, l67 80. [Trans. Ital. l979, Sp. l980, Dutch l980, German l979, l983] [PWE]
  78. “One Man’s Meat: The Scottish Great Leap Forward,” Review, III, 4, Spr. l980, 63l 40.
  79. “Imperialism and Development,” in Albert Bergesen, ed., Studies of the Modern World System. New York: Academic Press, l980, l3 23.
  80. “Development: Theories, Research Designs and Empirical Meas¬ures,” in L. Blussé et al., History and Underdevelopment. Leiden: Centre for the Study of European Expansion, l980, 2l 28. [Itinerario, No. l, l980]
  81. “The Annales School: The War on Two Fronts,” Annals of Scholar¬ship, I, 3, Sum. l980, 85 9l.
  82. “Friends as Foes,” Foreign Policy, No. 40, Fall l980, ll9 3l. [PWE]
  83. “The States in the Institutional Vortex of the Capitalist World Economy,’ International Social Science Journal, XXXII, 4, l980, 743 5l. [Fr., Sp. editions also] [PWE]
  84. “The Withering Away of the States,” International Journal of the Sociology of Law, VIII, 4, Nov. l980, 369 78. [PWE]
  85. “Eurocommunism: Its Roots in European Working Class History,” Contemporary Marxism, No. 2, Winter l980, l 7. [PWE]
  86. “Maps, Maps, Maps” Radical History Review, No. 24, Fall l980, l54 59. [Review of G. Barraclough, ed., The Times Atlas of World History]
  87. “Concepts in the Social Sciences: Problems of Translation,” in Marilyn Gaddis Rose, ed., Translation Spectrum: Essays in Theory and Practice. Albany: SUNY Press, l98l, 88 98.
  88. “Patterns and Prospectives of the Capitalist World Economy,” HSDRSCA 74/UNUP 300, HSDP SCA Series, l98l. [Trans. Fr. l984, l985; Sp. l983, Serbo Croat l980] [PWE]
  89. (with Terence K. Hopkins), “Structural Transformations of the World Economy,” in Richard Rubinson, ed., Dynamics of World Development. Beverly Hills: Sage, l98l, 233 6l. [WSA]
  90. (with Resat Kasaba), “Incorporation into the World Economy: Chan¬ges in the Structure of the Ottoman Empire,” l750 l839,” METU Studies in Development (Odtü Gelisme Dergisi), VIII, l/2, l98l, 537 70.
  91. “The U.S.A. in Today’s World,” Contemporary Marxism, No. 4, Win. l98l 82, ll l7. [Trans. Sp. l984] [PWE]
  92. (Contribution to) Towards One World? International Responses to the Brandt Report. London: Temple Smith, l98l, 343 49. [Trans. Sp. l983, German l983, Turkish 1993] [GPG]
  93. “The Development of the Modern World System in the Long Sixteenth Century Basic Concepts,” in Jürgen Schneider, hrsg., Wirt¬schaftskräfte und Wirtschaftswege. Stuttgart: Klein Cotta, l98l, V, 229 35.
  94. “Spazio economico,” Enciclopedia Einaudi, XIII: Società Tecnica. Torino: Einaudi, l98l, 304 l4.
  95. “Race is Class? Some Reflections on South Africa Inspired by Magubane,” Monthly Review, XXXII, l0, Mar. l98l, 47 52. [Review essay of Bernard Magubane, The Political Economy of Race and Class in South Africa] [AMW]
  96. (with William G. Martin & Torry Dickinson), “Household Structures and Production Processes: Preliminary Theses and Findings,” Review, V, 3, Win. l982, 437 58.
  97. “Revolutionary Movements in the Era of U.S. Hegemony and After,” Contemporary Marxism, No. 5, Summer l982, l20 28. [Trans. Ital. l982 (partial); Sp. l982 (partial); Port. l986] [PWE]
  98. “Socialist States: Mercantilist Strategies and Revolutionary Ob¬jectives,” in Edward Friedman, ed., Ascent and Decline in the World System. Beverly Hills: Sage, l982, 289 300. [PWE]
  99. “Economic Theories and Historical Disparities of Development,” in Eighth International Economic History, Budapest l982, J. Koc¬ka & G. Ránki, eds., Bl: Economic Theory & History. Buda¬pest: Akadémiai Kiadó, l982, l7 26. [Trans. Swedish l982, Serbo Croat l986]
  100. “North Atlanticism in Decline,” SAIS Review, No. 4, Summer l982, 2l 26. [Tr. Turkish 1993] [GPG]
  101. “Fernand Braudel, Historian, homme de la conjoncture,” Radical History Review, 26, l982, l05 ll9. [Trans. Ital. l980, Sp. l983, Fr. l988]
  102. “L’histoire comme actualité. A partir de Braudel,” [on Civilisa¬tion matérielle, Economie, et Capitalisme], Politique au¬jourd’hui, No. l 2, l982, l2l 23. [Trans. Turkish, l986]
  103. “The Integration of the National Liberation Movement in the Field of International Liberation,” Contemporary Marxism, No. 6, Spring l983, l66 7l. [Trans. Fr. l983 l984, l987, Port. l984] [AMW]
  104. “Capitalism and the World Working Class: Some Premises and Some Issues for Research and Analysis,” in I. Wallerstein, ed., Labor and the World Social Structure, l7 2l.
  105. “Crises: The World Economy, the Movements, and the Ideologies,” in Albert Bergesen, ed., Crises in the World System, Beverly Hills: Sage, l983, 2l 36.
  106. “The Evolving Role of the Africa Scholar in African Studies,” Canadian Journal of African Studies, XVII, l, Apr. l983, 9 l6. [AMW]
  107. “Nationalism and the World Transition to Socialism: Is There a Crisis?” Third World Quarterly, V, l, Jan. l983, 95 l02. [PWE]
  108. “European Economic Development: A Comment on O’Brien,” Economic History Review, 2nd ser., XXXVI, 4, Nov. l983, 580 83. [Re¬sponse to O’Brien, EHR, XXV, l982, l l8; Reply by O’Brien, EHR, XXXVI, l983, 584 85].
  109. (with Giovanni Arrighi & Terence K. Hopkins), “Rethinking the Concepts of Class and Status Group in a World System Per¬spec¬tive,” Review, VI, 3, Win. l983, 283 304. [Reprinted l985] [ASM]
  110. “An Agenda for World Systems Analysis,” in William R. Thompson, ed., Contending Approaches to World System Analysis, Beverly Hills: Sage, l983, 299 308.
  111. (with Resat Kasaba), “Incorporation into the World Economy: Change in the Structure of the Ottoman Empire, l750 l889,” in J. L. Bacqué Grammont & P. Dumont, dir., Economies et so¬ciétés dans l’Empire ottoman (fin du XVIIIe début du XIXe siècle), Actes du Colloque de Strasbourg, l 5 juil. l980, Colloques internationaux du CNRS, No. 60l. Paris: Ed. du CNRS, l983, 335 354.
  112. “The Three Instances of Hegemony in the History of the Capitalist World Economy,” International Journal of Comparative Sociol¬ogy, XXIV, l 2, Jan. Apr. l983, l00 l08. [Trans. Serbo Croat l986] [PWE]
  113. (with Giovanni Arrighi), “What Difference Do Socialist Govern¬ments in Southern Europe Make? Some Notes for a Discus¬sion,” Peuples méditerranéens, No. 25, oct. déc. l983, l3l 36.
  114. “Household Structures and Labor Force Formation in the Capitalist World Economy,” in Joan Smith, Immanuel Wallerstein, and Hans Dieter Evers, eds., Households and the World Economy. Beverly Hills: Sage, l984, l7 22. [Trans. Fr. l988, German 1990, Greek 1991, Italian 1991, Turkish 1993] [RNC]
  115. “Cities in Socialist Theory and Capitalist Praxis,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, VIII, l, Mar. l984, 64 72.
  116. “Long Waves as Capitalist Process,” Review, VII, 4, Spr. l984, 559 75. [Trans. Sp. l985, Japanese 1991]
  117. “Which Historical Present for Which Historical Future?” Cencras¬tus, No. l7, Sum. l984, 3 5.
  118. “The Development of the Concept of Development,” in R. Collins, ed., Sociological Theory, l984. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, l984, l02 l6. [Trans. Fr. l982] [PWE]
  119. “Economic Cycles and Socialist Politics,” Futures, XVI, 6, Dec. l984, 579 85. [Trans. Port. l984]
  120. “Marx and History: Fruitful and Unfruitful Emphases,” Thesis XI, No. 8, Jan. l984, 92 l0l. [Trans. Fr. l983, corrected 1988; Ital. l984, 1991, Sp. l983, German 1990, Greek 1991, Turkish 1993] [RNC]
  121. “Africa, One Hundred Years After the Berlin Conference,” Africa Research & Publications Project, Working Papers No. 9, l984. [Trans. German, l984] [AMW]
  122. “Africa and the World System: How Much Change Since Indepen¬dence?” in G.M. Carter & P. O’Meara, eds., African Indepen¬dence: The First Twenty Five Years. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, l985, 330 38.
  123. “The Relevance of the Concept of Semiperiphery to the Analysis of Southern Europe,” in Giovanni Arrighi, ed., Semiperipheral Development: The Politics of Southern Europe in the Twenti¬eth Century. Beverly Hills: Sage, l985, 3l 39. [Trans. Ital. l984]
  124. (with Peter D. Phillips), “National and World Identities and the Interstate System,” Millenium, XIV, 2, Sum. l985, l59 7l. [Tr. Turkish 1992] [GPG]
  125. “Marx and Underdevelopment,” in S. Resnick & R. Wolff, eds., Re¬thinking Marxism: Struggles in Marxist Theory Essays for Harry Magdoff & Paul Sweezy. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, l985, 379 395. [Trans. Ital. l983, l986; Fr. l987; German 1992, Hungarian 1997]
  126. “World Systems Analysis: Five Questions in Search of a New Con¬sensus,” The History Teacher, XVIII, 4, Aug. l985, 527 32.
  127. “Vers une recomposition des sciences sociales,” EspacesTemps, No. 29, l985, 36 42.
  128. Map 35: “Africa in World Trade, c. l600,” in J.F. Ade Ajayi & M. Crowder, gen. eds., Historical Atlas of Africa. London: Longman, l985.
  129. “Braudel on Capitalism and the Market,” Monthly Review, XXXVII, 9, Feb. l986, ll l6. [Trans. Port. l987; French orig. l986; Chinese 2000]
  130. “Societal Development, or Development of the World System?” In¬ternational Sociology, I, l, Mar. l986, 3 l7. [Trans. German l984]
  131. “Marxisms as Utopias: Evolving Ideologies,” American Journal of Sociology, XCI, 6, May l986, l295 l308. [Trans. Flemish l988]
  132. “World System and Civilization,” Development, l/2, l986, ll4 l9. [Trans. Dutch l984, Italian l985, Turkish 1993] [GPG]
  133. “Walter Rodney: The Historian as Spokesman for Historical For¬ces,” American Ethnologist, XIII, 2, May l986, 330 37.
  134. (with T.K. Hopkins), “Comparing Downturns: Some Questions of Me¬thod,” Cahier du GEMDEV, No. 7, mars l986, 7 2l.
  135. (with G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins), “Dilemmas of Antisystemic Move¬ments,” Social Research, LIII, l, Spring l986, l85 206. [ASM]
  136. (with T.K. Hopkins), “Commodity Chains in the World Economy Prior to l800,” Review, X, l, Sum. l986, l57 70.
  137. “Who Wants Still More Development?” Contemporary Marxism, Nos. l2/l3, Spr. l986, 225 229. [Trans. Greek, l983]
  138. “The Hidden Issues: A New Agenda,” in S. Lindenberg, J.S. Cole¬man, & S. Nowak, eds., Approaches to Social Theory. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, l986, 29 32 (and discussion: 33 37).
  139. “The Industrial Revolution: Cui Bono?” Thesis Eleven, No. l3, l986, 67 76. [Trans. Port. l982; Fr. orig. l983]
  140. “La dyade analyste analysé dans son contexte social,” Cahiers du Centre de Psychanalyse et de Psychothérapie, No. l2, prin¬temps l986, 37 45.
  141. “La lutte du R.D.A. dans le contexte du système monde après l945,” in Actes du Colloque international sur l’histoire du R.D.A., Yamoussoukro, l8 25 octobre l986. Abidjan: CEDA, l987, I, ll l4.
  142. “Mills as Biography,” Theory and Society, XV, l986, 465 74. [Re¬view of Irving Louis Horowitz, C. Wright Mills: An American Utopian]
  143. (with G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins), “Liberation of Class Struggle? Review, X, 3, Win. l987, 403 24. [Trans. Serbo Croat, l988] [ASM]
  144. “Historical Systems as Complex Systems,” in P.M. Allen, W.C. Schieve, & R.N. Adams, eds., “Special Issue: Modelling Com¬plex Systems, I,” European Journal of Operational Research, XXX, 2, June l987, 203 07. [Tr. Russian 1998]
  145. “World Systems Analysis,” in A. Giddens & J. Turner, eds., Social Theory Today. Cambridge: Polity Press, l987, 309 24. [Tr. Spanish 1990; Italian 1992; Japanese 1993; Korean 1994; Ger¬man 1995; French 1995; Russian 1998]
  146. “Some Reflections on the Future of Ottoman Studies,” in B. Lewis et al., Raiyyet Rüsûmu: Halil Inalcik Festschrift, Journal of Turkish Studies, XI, l987, 235 37.
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