Articles and Chapters

Jan Nederveen Pieterse

In preparation:
 Nederveen Pieterse, Jan 2018 Global studies—Critical perspectives. London, Sage  



Published:


Books
Nederveen Pieterse, Jan 2017 Multipolar Globalization: Emerging economies and development. London, Routledge
Guo, Changgang, Debin Liu, Jan Nederveen Pieterse, eds. 2017 China’s Contingencies and Globalization. London, Routledge
Nederveen Pieterse, Jan, Abdul Rahman Embong, Tham Siew Yean, eds. 2017 Changing constellations of Southeast Asia: From Northeast Asia to China. London, Routledge
Lim, Hyun-chin, Suk-man Hwang, Jan Nederveen Pieterse, eds. 2017 Capitalism in Asia. Seoul, Seoul National University Press



Chapters

 2017 Futures we want: Positives, negatives, balance, in Markus Schulz, ed. Global Sociology and Struggles for a Better World (ISA Forum 2016, Vienna)

2017 Globalization as hybridization, in Jonathan Michie, ed. Globalisation and Democracy. London, Edward Elgar (reprint)

2017 Nederveen Pieterse, Rahman and Tham, Introduction, in Nederveen Pieterse et al., eds. Changing constellations of Southeast Asia

2017 Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Hyun-Chin Lim and Suk-Man Hwang, Introduction, in Capitalism in Asia

2017 What happened to the Miracle Eight? Looking East in the 21st century, in Nederveen Pieterse et al., eds. Changing constellations of Southeast Asia

2017 Changing constellations of Southeast Asia, in Nederveen Pieterse et al., eds. Changing constellations of Southeast Asia

2017 Capitalisms East and West: A comparative perspective, in Capitalism in Asia


2016 Long histories of globalization, in Tamar Hodos, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and                        Globalization. London, Routledge—Concluding chapter 10, 935-953
2016 Democracy is coming, in Chantana Wungaeo, Boike Rehbein and Surichai Wungaeo, eds.                                    Globalization and Democracy in Southeast Asia: Challenges, Responses and Alternative                              Futures. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 17-41
2016 Hey Europe, what about structural adjustment? In M. Schulz, ed. Futures We Want: Global Sociology                   and the Struggles for a Better World. Berlin, epubli
2016 Multipolarity means Thinking Plural: Modernities, in G. Preyer and M. Sussmann, eds. Varieties of                         Multiple Modernities. Leiden, Brill, 109-121 http://www.brill.com/products/book/varieties-multiple-                   modernities

2016 Introduction, in Changing Gestalts of Southeast Asia

2016 Long histories of globalization, in Tamar Hodos, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and                         Globalization. London, Routledge—concluding chapter

2016 Democracy is coming, in Chantana Wungaeo, Boike Rehbein, eds. Globalization and Democracy in                   Southeast Asia: Challenges, Responses and Alternative Futures. London, Palgrave Macmillan


Articles

 2017 Economic stagnation or systemic fragility? Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
2017 Globalization and culture: Global mixture, La Vanguardia (Barcelona)


2016 An X-ray of economic stagnation: Review of Jack Rasmus, Systemic fragility in the world economy, in                   Perspectives Libres, Paris (French trans.)
2016 Comparing Capitalisms, East and West, Asia Review 6, 1: 97-118 (Korean trans.)

2016 China’s contingencies and globalization

Abstract Will China be able to rebalance its economy, heavily tilted towards investment? Will China be able to increase the share of household consumption in GDP? Will China turn steeply growing social inequality around? Will urbanisation contribute to China’s rebalancing or will it add to the imbalances? Will China manage to bring pollution under control? Such variables determine whether China can move beyond the middle-income trap and also affect China’s external relations. China’s rebalancing is also a variable in global rebalancing. This is also an introduction to the special issue.


Review
2016 Against hybridity? Review of Haim Hazan, Against hybridity (Polity, 2015), Anthropos, 1 (111.2016/1)


Other
Mellichamp Global studies lecture series, UCSB
Canadian Journal of Development Studies (CJDS), member International Advisory Board
Seoul National University Asia Center (SNUAC) book series, member Advisory Board
Center for Geopolitics, Netherlands, member Advisory Board.
Promotion reviews for National University of Singapore and National University of Malaysia, UKM
Review: Civitas, Revista de Ciências Sociais (Porto Alegre).  


​2015 Hey Europe, what about Structural Adjustment? ISA Web Forum, www.futureswewant 

2015 China’s contingencies and globalization, Third World Quarterly 36, 11: 1985-2001,

         http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2015.1067860  [PDF]

Will China be able to rebalance its economy, heavily tilted towards investment? Will it be able to increase the share of household consumption in GDP? Will it turn steeply growing social inequality around? Will urbanisation contribute to China’s rebalancing or will it add to the imbalances? Will China manage to bring pollution under control? Such variables will determine whether China can move beyond the middle-income trap and also affect its external relations. In addition, China’s rebalancing is a variable in global rebalancing. This article provides an introduction to the special issue.


2015 What happened to the Miracle Eight? Looking East in the twenty-first century, Canadian Journal of                    Development Studies 63, 3: 263-282, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2015.1069178  [PDF]

Abstract: All developing countries have been “looking East” since the rise of the Asian tigers, especially South Korea and Taiwan. The designation of the Southeast Asian economies as “tiger cubs” implies the question: can would-be tigers become tigers? Against the background of both oriental globalisation and China’s effect on the region, this article compares trends in Northeast and Southeast Asia in agriculture, industry and services. State and political institutions are part of the comparison. As the conclusion notes, the new imperative for sustainable and inclusive growth excludes simply retracing the tigers’ development path: political change, in both national and regional institutions, is needed for the reforms in land, fiscal and industrial policy that will permit Southeast Asia to escape the middle-income trap. 


2015 Goodbye Miracle Eight. Bangi, UKM Press [PDF]

Abstract: Manufacturing has become increasingly competitive worldwide and for developing countries the options for manufacturing exportled growth and industrial upgrading have significantly narrowed. Hence the era of the ‘Miracle Eight’ – which grouped middle-tier Southeast Asian countries with Northeast Asian tiger economies – has passed. Why were the opportunities for industrial development that existed in Southeast Asia not utilized effectively? The central question is the nature of political institutions in the region. Turning to wider dynamics, developments in Southeast Asia are also influenced by changing geoeconomic constellations. Shifting economic complementarities now increasingly involve Chinacentric value networks in East Asia. China’s lead in Asia is of a different character than Japan’s lead in the past. The next section asks whether ASEAN is becoming a manufacturing workshop of the world and what the implications are of this development. In closing, the paper looks at forward options for middle-tier Southeast Asian economies. 


2015 Hey Europe, what about Structural Adjustment? ISA, www.futureswewant.com

2015 What is global studies? Global Studies Review, 2: 1-26 (Shanghai, Chinese trans.)

2015 Emerging societies, in Renu Modi, Craig Murphy, Timothy M Shaw & Xu Yi-chong, eds. Handbook in

         Contemporary International Political Economy. London, Palgrave 

2015 Hybrid China, in Globalization and Culture, third edition 

2015 History and hegemony: The United States and twenty-first century globalization, in Bryan S. Turner, ed.               The Routledge International Handbook of Globalization Studies. London, Routledge, second revised                   edition, 96-113 (revised)

2015 Ancient Rome and globalization: Decentering Rome, in M. Pitts and M. J. Versluys, eds. Globalisation    

         and the Roman world: World history, connectivity and material culture. Cambridge University Press

2015 Histories of globalization, in Tamar Hodos, ed. The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and 

         Globalization. London, Routledge (reprint) 

2015 Multipolarity means Thinking Plural: Modernities, in G. Preyer and M. Sussmann, eds. Varieties of

         Multiple Modernities. Leiden, Brill (reprint)

2014 Protest begets Progress, Probably: The Human Development Report 2013: The rise of the South,                        Development and Change 45, 5 [PDF]

​2014 Response to comments: The elevator approach to theory, Sociopedia Colloquium

2014 Rethinking Modernity and Capitalism: Add Context and Stir, Sociopedia Colloquium (e-journal) [PDF]

Abstract:  We have entered an era of multipolarity, but much thinking continues in unipolar terms, in terms of lumping concepts such as modernity and capitalism. In a multipolar era, thinking in plural terms is more relevant and appropriate, but runs counter to formidable pressures towards convergence that are built into the status quo and international institutions, and into macro theories in social science. Ideas of convergence upon the model of Anglo-American capitalism and liberal democracy are continuously rehearsed in mainstream media, as if the ‘rise of the rest’ is supposed to follow in the footsteps of the rise of the West. The major macro theories in sociology are clustered around the categories of modernity and capitalism. While macro theories are important in that they are part of the classical foundations, the flipside is that since their rise has correlated with the rise of Europe and the West they come with in-built centrism, a view from the West as the centre, a hegemonic view. This article discusses (1) oscillations towards and away from convergence in actual contemporary dynamics, (2) sociology of converg. 


2014 Global Studies: Have Catechism, Will Travel, Globalizations, 11, 2: 165-170 [PDF]

Abstract: This second response to comments on my article ‘What is Global studies?’ (Globalizations 10, 4, 2013) notes that the comments feature research agendas. These provide scaffolding for global studies but not of course a complete building. Among themes that need further attention are political economy and finance, the dimension of time and history, and the dynamics of twenty-first century globalization and the role of emerging economies.


2014 Multipolarity means Thinking Plural: Modernities in G. Preyer and M. Sussmann, eds. Varieties of

            Multiple Modernities. Leiden, Brill (reprint)

​2014 Asia rising: Welcome to the multipolar world, in Hyun-Chin Lim, W. Schäfer, Suk-Man Hwang,

            eds. Global Challenges in Asia: New East Asian Developmental Models and East Asian Community

            Building. Seoul, Seoul National University Press; Albany, 31-62 (2014) [PDF]

2014 Development theories, in Debra Rowe, ed. Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles, and Practices 

            Vol 1. Lanham, MD, Detroit, Macmillan Reference USA, 201-207 

2014 Twenty-first century globalization: sociological perspectives, in Samir Dasgupta and Peter

            Kivisto, eds. Postmodernism in Global Perspective. London, New Delhi,  Sage, 50-72 (reprint)

2014 Hybridity, in G. Ritzer, ed. Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition (reprint) 


2014 Hybridity, in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism (reprint) 

2014 Global futures, in Mark Juergensmeyer, ed. Thinking Globally: A Global Studies readerBerkeley,  

            University of California Press, 395-398 (reprint)

​​2014 Crisis and the East-South turn, in Richard Sandbrook and Ali Burak Güven, eds. Civilizing Globalization.

            Albany, NY, SUNY Press, second edition, 33-48

2014 Asia rising: Welcome to the multipolar world, in Hyun-Chin Lim, W. Schäfer, Suk-Man Hwang, eds.    

            Global Challenges in Asia: New developmental models and regional

2014 What happened to the Miracle Eight? Looking East, 21st century. Pok Rafeah Chair public lecture. Bangi, UKM Press
2014 Democracy is coming, keynote at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 
2014 Protest begets Progress, Probably: The Human Development Report 2013: The rise of the South, Development and Change 45, 5: 1205-1218
2014 Response to comments: The elevator approach to theory, Sociopedia Colloquium (e-journal)
2014 Rethinking Modernity and Capitalism: Add Context and Stir, Sociopedia Colloquium (e-journal, with five ​ comments)
2014 Global studies: Have Catechism, Will Travel, Globalizations 11, 2: 165-170

​2013 Global 3.0: Response to Comments, Globalizations 10, 4: 551-556 [PDF]


2013 What is Global Studies? Globalizations 10, 4: 499-514 (with Comments & response) [PDF]

Abstract: This discussion examines global studies and whether and how it differs from the earlier wave of globalization studies. Although treatments generally regard these as equivalent, studies of globalization are anchored in social science and humanities disciplines while global studies are, in principle, conceived on a different footing. We can distinguish two accounts of global studies: an empirical account, i.e. a description of actual existing global studies, and an analytical or programmatic account, which refers to what global studies can or should be for theoretical or other reasons. The first section of this paper discusses global knowledge as a database that exists independent of studies of globalization; the second section turns to studies of globalization; the third section concerns global studies as it actually exists; the fourth section offers a programmatic account of global studies. The concluding sections address cognitive problems of global thinking, in particular the challenges of multicentric and multilevel thinking.


2013 Globalization is learning by doing, Journal of Globalization Studies 4, 1: 160-172 

2013 East Asia in the 21st century, The Review of Northeast Asian Studies (e-journal of Asiatic Research

            Institute, Korea University), 5, 1

2013 Growth and social policies: Towards inclusive development, in Nederveen Pieterse and

            Cardoso, eds., Brazil Emerging : Inequality and Emancipation, 50-63 (revised)

2013 Introduction, with A. Cardoso, in Nederveen Pieterse and Cardoso, eds. Brazil Emerging:  

            Inequality and Emancipation, 1-10 

2013 Globalization as hybridization in Keri E. Iyall Smith, ed. Sociology of Globalization. Boulder, CO, Westview, 39-60 (Reprint) 

2013 Globalization as hybridization, in M. Featherstone, S. Lash, R. Robertson, eds. Global Modernities.

            Kyiv, Nika-Center, 73–105 (Hlobalizatsiya yak hibrydyzatsiya, Ukrainian trans. T. Tsymbal) 

2012 Deconstruir/reconstruir la etnicidad, Denken, Pensée, Thought (e-zine of Criterios, La Habana; trans. R.

            Acosta), 34

2012 Leaking Superpower: WikiLeaks and the contradictions of democracy, Third World Quarterly 33, 10:

            1909-1924 [PDF]

Abstract: While US government agencies endorse and support the democratic potential of the internet and social media overseas, the criticisms of the WikiLeaks disclosures of US diplomatic cables reveal the bias in relation to transparency and democracy. This poses a wider problem of connectivity combined with hegemony. This paper discusses what the criticisms of the WikiLeaks disclosures reveal. After discussing the enthusiasm about ‘hyperconnectivity’, the paper turns to the WikiLeaks disclosures, and next spells out global ramifications of the leaked cables, the problems of transparency and hegemony, frictions between democracy and democratisation, and the role of banks blocking donations to WikiLeaks.


2012 Periodizing Globalization: Histories of Globalization, New Global Studies 6, 2: 1-25 (published

            online 7/30/2012) [PDF]

Abstract: The article outlines the analytics and criteria that inform periodizing globalization. It criticizes presentist and Eurocentric views on globalization, the contemporary view, the modernity view (1800 plus) or the capitalism view (1500 plus). It discusses approaches to world history and how globalization fits in. Understandings of globalization, such as multicentric and centrist perspectives, and units of analysis affect how timelines of globalization are established. Taking into account global history going back to the Bronze Age and oriental globalization, these require inserting the Greco-Roman world as part of globalization history. It concludes by outlining phases of globalization in the (very) longue durée.


2012 Growth and social policies: Towards inclusive development, in C. Scalon, J. M. Rasia, A. L. Fayet

            Sallas, eds. Mudanças e Desafios Sociológicos. Rio de Janeiro, 7 Letras, 37-52 (Portuguese trans.)

2012 Growth and Social Policies: Towards Inclusive Development, in Rudolf Traub-Merz, ed. Growth

            Through Redistribution? Income Inequality and Economic Recovery. Friedrich-Ebert-

            Stiftung, Shanghai Coordination Office for International Cooperation, 1-11 [PDF]

2012 Understanding the sources of anti-westernism: a dialogue between Jan Nederveen Pieterse and Michael Pters, Policy Futures in Education 10, 1: 59-69; http://dx.doi.org/10.2304/pfie.2012.10.1.59 [PDF]

2012 Growth and social policies, towards inclusive development: a global panorama, in Hans-Jürgen

            Burchardt, Anne Tittor, Nico Weinmann, eds. Global Perspectives on Social Policy: Africa, Asia and

            Latin America. Frankfurt am Main, Campus (revised) 

2012 Global rebalancing: The East-South turn, in J. Nederveen Pieterse and Jongtae Kim, eds.

            Globalization and Development in East Asia. New York, Routledge (revised), 36-60 

2012 Entry in Who is Who and What is What in Global Studies, Global Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State

            University & Philosophical Society of Russian Academy of Sciences 

2012 Globalization and culture: three paradigms, in R. Mansbach and E. Rhodes, eds. The

            Globalization Reader. Washington, DC, CQ Press/ Sage (reprint) 

2012 Twenty-first century globalization, in S. Dasgupta and A. Dasgupta, eds. Biswayan, Arthanity

            O Samaj (Globalization, Economy and Society) (Bengali trans.)


2012 Twenty-first century globalization: sociological perspectives, in S. Dasgupta, ed. Sociology of

            Developmentalism and Post Modernism. New Delhi, Sage (reprint) 


2012 Twenty-First Century Globalization: A New Development Era Forum for Development Studies,  39, 1:

            1-19 [PDF]

Abstract: The article argues that twenty-first century globalization is markedly different from twentieth century globalization and reviews the major changes. The discussion focuses on the porte´e of these changes for development policies and notes three trends: new industrializing countries in the global South have become drivers of the world economy; the agency of development shifts from metropolitan institutions to developing countries; and the pendulum swings from unfettered market forces to growing state coordination. The upshot of these changes is an era of growing development pluralism, with ramifications for international development cooperation. North –South relations, between industrialized and developing countries have long been of pivotal importance, but in the twenty- first century, the importance of North –South development cooperation is receding. At issue are two ruptures in the development field: the twenty-first century brings part of the developing world outside the grasp of Western institutions and the 2008 crisis brings slowdown and changing political economies in the West. The conclusion reflects on how twenty-first century trends hold up after the 2008 crisis, notes that the rise of emerging societies outlasts the crisis and argues that development pluralism is here to stay.


2012 Media and hegemonic populism: Representing the rise of the rest, in Ingrid Volkmer, ed. The Handbook of

            Global Media Research. London, Wiley-Blackwell, 57-73 

2012 Cultural hybridity, in M. Kirloskar-Steinbach et al, eds. Intercultural Discourse: Key and

            Contested Concepts. Freiburg, Alber Verlag, 125-131 

2012 Cultural hybridity, in M. Juergensmeyer and H. Anheier, eds. Encyclopedia of Global Studies.

            London, Sage 

2012 Neoliberal globalization, in P. McCarty, ed. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. San Diego,

            CA, Cognella, 597-611 (Reprint) 

2012 Globalization as hybridization, in M. Steger, ed. Globalization and Culture. London, Edward      

            Elgar (Reprint) 

2012 Conclusion: Globalization and inequality, in B. Rehbein, ed. Globalization and Inequality. London,

           Palgrave  Macmillan, 270-275 

2012 Trends in Development Theory, in Ronen Palan, ed. Global Political  Economy: Contemporary Theories.

            London, Routledge, 2nd edition. (Revised) 

​2011 Discourse Analysis in International Development Studies,  Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 6,  3:

            237- 40 (2011) [PDF]

2011 Politics of Crisis, global‐e [PDF]

​2011 Many Renaissances, Many Modernities? Theory Culture and Society 28, 3: 149-161 [PDF]

Abstract: This article discusses Eurocentric history, its focus on the Renaissance and modernity, which continues also in recent global history perspectives. Goody’s argument regarding renaissances in the plural situates Europe in the wider field of Eurasia and deeper in time, going back to the Bronze Age, characterized by plough agriculture, the use of animal traction and urban cultures. Goody’s perspective includes viewing renascences as accelerations and leaps in the circulation of information. Since it is always the trope of the modern that marks Eurocentric claims, unpacking modernity is central to scrutinizing this construction. Goody shows that Europe is a latecomer rather than a forerunner to major strands of modernity. A wider question this account poses is: if Renaissance in the singular produces modernity in the singular, do renaissances in the plural produce modernities in the plural?



2011 Global Rebalancing: Crisis and East-South Turn, Development and Change 42, 1: 22-48 (2011) [PDF]

​2011 Dynamics of 21st century globalization: new trends in global political economy. IPSIR Journal, University               of Warsaw, 17: 107-132 

2011 Twenty first century globalization: Sociological perspectives, in Samir Dasgupta, ed. The Changing Face

            of Globalization. New Delhi, Sage, 2nd edn. (reprint) 

2011 Hybridity, in George Ritzer, ed. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Oxford, Blackwell 

2011 Emerging societies, in George Ritzer, ed. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Oxford,

            Wiley-Blackwell, Vol. II, 498-500 

2011 Global multiculture, in Steven J. Gold and Stephanie J Nawyn, eds. International Handbookof Migration

            Studies. New York, Routledge (reprint) 

​2010 Rebalancing global development, Wenhui, November 27 (3rd major newspaper in China; trans. Zhang

            Fengmei)

2010 Views from Dubai: Oriental Globalization Revisited, Encounters, 2, 15-38 [PDF]

2010 Global Rebalancing: Cultures of Crisis. Maastricht University, Inaugural Address [PDF]

2010 Global multiculturalism, flexible acculturation Transcience Journal 1, 1: 82-100, 
            
 www.transcience-journal.org  (reprint) [PDF]

2010 Innovate, Innovate! Here comes American Rebirth, in Daniel Araya and Michael A. Peters, eds. Education

            in the Creative Economy. New York, Peter Lang, 401-419 [PDF]

2010 Twenty-first century globalization: propositions and perspectives, in Hyun-Chin Lim, Wolf Schäfer and

            Suk-Man Hwang, eds. New Asias: Global Futures of World Regions. Seoul, Seoul National University

            Press, 111-150

2010 Global Multiculture: Cultures, Transnational Culture, Deep Culture 

            in Claudio Baraldi, Andrea Borsari, Augusto Carli, eds. Hybrids, Differences, Visions: On the Study of

            Culture. Aurora, CO, Davies Group [PDF]

2010 New modernities: What’s new? 

            in Manuela Boatca, Encarnación G. Rodriguez, Sérgio Costa, eds. Decolonizing European Sociology:

            Transdisciplinary Approaches. Aldershot, Ashgate, 85-102, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Ed. UFMG

            (Portuguese-language edn.) 

            in Manuela Boatca, Willfried Spohn, eds. Globale, Multiple und Postkoloniale Modernen. München,

            Rainer Hampp Verlag, 81-104 (German trans.) 

2010 Foreword: Globalization—human, humane, humanist, humanitarian 

            in Samir Dasgupta, ed. Globalization and Humanity. Jaipur, Rawat, ix-xi

2010 Digital capitalism and development: The unbearable lightness of ICT4D 

            in Phillip Kalantzis-Cope & Karim G. Martin, eds. Properties of Technology: Mapping Emerging Digital

            Spaces. London, Palgrave (reprint)

2010 Hybridity, so what? The anti-hybridity backlash and the riddles of recognition 

            in George Ritzer, ed. Readings in Globalization. Oxford, Blackwell (reprint) 

2010 Dynamics of twenty-first century globalization: new trends in global political economy 

            in Berch Berberoglu, ed. Globalization in the Twenty-First Century: Labor, Capital, and the State on

            a World Scale. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 9-32 

2010 History and hegemony: the United States and twenty-first century globalization 

            in Bryan S. Turner, ed. The Routledge International Handbook of Globalization Studies.

            London, Routledge, 96-113 

2010 Twenty-first century globalization and development  in Nederveen Pieterse, Development Theory. Sage, second edition (new chapter) 

2009 Multipolarity means thinking plural: Modernities. otosociology, Modernization in Times of Globalization I, 26, 19-35 [PDF]

Abstract: Modernities are a theme of our times. Recognizing that modernities are multiple and diverse and transcending ideal-type modernity and its Eurocentric legacy, acknowledges the multipolar realities of twenty-first century globalization and the ‘rise of the rest’. Real-existing modernities are mixed social formations in that they straddle past and present and import and translate styles and customs from other cultures. In addition, modernities are layered—some components are shared among all modern societies and make up transnational modernity while other components differ according to historical and cultural circumstances. The third section reflects on East Asia as an alternative modernity and sketches its main features. Leaving modernity as utopia behind, for a grounded modernity opens the possibility of coming to terms with the dilemmas that real modernities face. 


2009 Twenty-first century globalization: sociological perspectives, Sociological Analysis, 3, 2: 49-74

2009 Development and cultural liberty, Maitreyee, E-Bulletin of Human Development and Capability Association, 15: 6-9 [PDF] 

2009 Globalization as hybridization in Sun, Youzhong /Zhang, Chunbo /Cheng, Wei Zhou, Dujuan, eds. Intercultural Mass Communication: Approaches to Key Texts in Cultural Theory. Göttingen, Universitätsverlag Göttingen, interKULTUR (reprint) 

2009 Twenty-first century globalization 

            in Boike Rehbein, Karl-Wilhelm West, eds. Globalisierung, Arbeit und Kommunikation. Constance,

            UVK,19-42 (reprint)

2009 Hybridity, in Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology 

2009 Post-industrialism, solution or problem? Response to Richard Whaley Futures, 41, 7

2009 Introduction: development and inequality, in Globalization and Emerging Societies

2009 Twenty-first century globalization: sociological perspectives, in Globalization and Emerging Societies

2009 Traveling Islam: Mosques without minarets 

            in Samir Khalaf and Roseanne Khalaf, eds. Arab society and culture. London, Saqi, 508‐521 (reprint)

2009 Post-development

            in Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift, eds. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Oxford, Elsevier 

2009 Paradigm shifts in development

            in Peter van Lieshout, Monique Kremer, Robert Went, eds. Doing Good or Doing Better: Development                 Policies in a Globalising World. Amsterdam, Scientific Council for Government Policy, Amsterdam                       University Press, 27-46 

2009 Hybrid modernities: mélange modernities in Asia

            in Paul James, ed. Globalization and Culture. New Delhi, Sage (reprint)

2009 Representing the Rise of the Rest as Threat: Media and Global Divides, Global Media and                                       Communication,  5, 2: 1-17 [PDF]  in Nordicom Review, 30, 2 In Ulla Carlsson, ed. Media and Global Divides. Göteborg University, NORDICOM 

Abstract: Like a giant oil tanker, the world is turning. New growth poles of the world economy have been emerging in the South and East. Globalization once belonged to the West and now the tables are turning. We have entered the era of the ‘rise of the rest’. Western media and politics of representation have celebrated the rise of the West for 200 years, how then do they represent the rise of the rest? The main trends are that the rise of the rest is ignored, or represented as a threat, or celebrated in business media as a triumph of the marketplace. Media echoing free market ideology have contributed to vast wealth polarization; representing the rise of the rest as a threat contributes to global political polarization; recycling the 9/11 complex produces cultural and political polarization; and overusing celebrity narratives contributes to existential polarization. These are the global divides discussed in this article. In the wake of the economic crisis of 2008 there have been marked changes in discourse and a new motif has taken shape: recruiting the rest to rescue the West.


2009 Does Empire matter?

            in Donald A. Yerxa, ed. Recent Themes in the History of the World and the West: Historians in                             Conversation. Columbia, University of South Carolina Press, 123-29 (reprint)

2009 Multiculturalism conflicts, multi-circuit identification

            in W. Pansters, ed. The Troubled Triangle: Unraveling the Linkages between Inequality, Pluralism and                 Environment. Amsterdam, Rozenbeg, 85-103

2009 Globalization is braided: East-West osmosis 

            in J. Nederveen Pieterse, Globalization and Culture, 2nd edition, 123-140 

2009 Towards the 21st century International Division of Labor

            in Dasgupta and J. Nederveen Pieterse, eds. Politics of Globalization. New Delhi, Sage, 155-178                        in Contested Terrains of Globalization. Chicago, Global Studies Association Conference Proceedings

2009 New Balance

            in Dasgupta and Nederveen Pieterse, eds. Politics of Globalization. Sage, x-xxvi 

2009 Metamorphoses of Power: from coercion to cooperation?

            in Ananta K. Giri, ed. The Modern Prince and the Modern Sage: Rethinking Power and Freedom. New                 Delhi and London, Sage, 137-57 (reprint)

2008 Crisis 2008, Social Science Research Council, President’s Forum: What do we know about bailouts? 

             http://www.ssrc.org/calhoun/2008/09/30/bailouts/

2008 Hybridity, so what? The Anti-hybridity Backlash and the Riddles of Recognition 

            in Amelia Sanz Cabrerizo, ed. Interculturas / Transliteraturas. Madrid, Arco/ Libros (Spanish trans.),

            67-105

2008 Post-development

            in W. Donsbach, ed. International Encyclopedia of Communication. Oxford and Malden, MA,

            Wiley-Blackwell, 3831-834 

2008 Hierarchical Integration: The Dollar Economy and The Rupee Economy,

            with Anirudh Krishna, Development and Change, 39, 2: 219-37 [PDF]

2008 Three scenarios of American decline

            Kritik, http://unitcrit.blogspot.com

            Economy and Society, ISA RC02 Newsletter, April: 9-11 

2008 Subprime and the world economy

            Global-e, 1, 2 (www.cgs.uiuc.edu)

            ISA Futures Studies Newsletter 

2008 Globalization the next round: Sociological perspectives

            Futures, 40, 8: 707-20 [PDF]

2008 Introduction: emerging powers, with Boike Rehbein

            Futures, 40, 8: 703-07 

2008 Foreword to the Japanese edition

            Globalization or Empire? Tokyo, Hosei University Press 

2008 Islam and Cosmopolitanism,

            in Björn Hettne, ed. Sustainable Development in a Globalized World: Studies in Development, Security

            and Culture. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 242-68 

2008 Global Multiculture, Flexible Acculturation (reprint)

            in Kevin Archer, M. Martin Bosman, Mark Amen and Ella Schmidt, eds. Cultures of Globalization:                         Coherence, Hybridity, Contestation. London, Routledge, 65-80 

2007 Global Multiculturalism, Flexible Acculturations

            Globalizations, 4, 1: 65-79 [PDF]

2007 Political and Economic Brinkmanship

             Review of International Political Economy14, 3: 467-86

2007 New Trends in Globalization

             Sociological Analysis, 1, 1: 63-84 

2007 Does Empire Matter?

​             Historically Speaking, Bulletin of the Historical Society, 8, 4: 18-20 

2007 Stereotypes of black people in modern times (Images gallery)

            BBC History online,                                                                                            
​        
    
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/abolition/black_imagery_gallery.shtml 

2007 Asia Rising: Emancipation or Annexation?

            Illinois International Review, 4: 4-5 

2007 Globalization goes in circles: Hybridities East-West

            in Dominique Schirmer, Gernot Saalmann, Christl Kessler, eds. Hybridising East and West: Empirical                   Contributions to the Debates on Hybridity. Muenster, LIT Verlag, 21-32 

2007 Hybridity

            in George Ritzer, ed. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford, Blackwell, Vol. 5, 21, 88-91 

2006 Beyond the American Bubble: Does Empire Matter?

            Third World Quarterly, 27, 6: 987-1002 

​2006 Emancipatory Cosmopolitanism: Towards an agenda

            Development and Change, 37, 6: 1245-55 [PDF]

2006 Libido in Color, Criterios, 36 (Havana, Spanish trans) 

​2006 Multiculturalism Conflicts: the Danish cartoons

            JUST Commentary (Kuala Lumpur), 6, 5, May. www.just-international.org

2006 Oriental Globalization: Past and Present, 

            in Gerard Delanty, ed. Europe and Asia Beyond East and

            West: Towards a New Cosmopolitanism. London, Routledge, 61-73 [PDF]

2006 Oriental Globalization, Theory Culture & Society

            Problematizing Global Knowledge, Special Issue, 23, 2-3: 391-94

2006 Globalization and Culture: Three Paradigms

            in G. Ritzer, ed. McDonaldization, the Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA, Pine Forge, 2nd edition. (reprint) 

2006 Globalization and Culture: Three Paradigms (excerpt)

            in Terry Flew, ed. Understanding Global Media. London, Palgrave 

2006 Scenarios of Power

            in Alejandro Colás and Richard Saull, eds. The War on Terror and the American Empire after the Cold                 War. London, Routledge, 180-193

2006 Neoliberal Empire

            in Paul James, ed. Globalisation and Violence. London and New Delhi, Sage (reprint)

2006 Neoliberal Empire

            in Norman Denzin and Michael D. Giardina, eds. Contesting Empire, Globalizing Dissent: Cultural  

            Studies after 9/11. Boulder, CO, Paradigm, 78-92 (reprint) 

2006 Neoliberal Globalization

            in Samir Dasgupta and Ray Kiely, eds. Globalization and After. New Delhi and London, Sage, 84-96                   (reprint) 

2006 Neoliberal Globalization and the Washington Consensus

            in Ahmed Shafiqul Huque and Habib Zafarullah, eds. International Development Governance. Boca

            Raton, FL, Taylor and Francis, 91-104 (reprint)

2005 The Long Nineteenth Century is too short

           Victorian Studies, autumn: 113-25 
2005 Digital Capitalism and Development: The Unbearable Lightness of ICT4D

            in Geert Lovink and Soenke Zehle, eds. Incommunicado Reader. Amsterdam, Institute of Network

            Culture,11-29 (www.incommunicado.info/reader)

2005 Information-for-Development: Business as Usual or Breakthrough?

            Globala Tider, Malmö University, October (www.globalatider.nu)  
            
http://www.comminit.com/strategicthinking/st2006/thinking-1565.html

2005 Tough Liberalism: The Human Development Report and Cultural Liberty

            Development and Change, 36, 6, 1267-73 [PDF]

2005 Knowledge, Power and Development

            Le Courrier de la planète/ Unesco, 74: 6-11 (and French trans.) 

            http://www.courrierdelaplanete.org/74/article1.html

2005 Paradigm Making while Paradigm Breaking: André Gunder Frank

            Review of International Political Economy, 12, 3: 383-86 [PDF]

2005 Empire and Dissent: Introduction, Global Security and Cooperation Quarterly, 14, Social Science                             Research Council http://www.ssrc.org/programs/gsc/gsc_quarterly

2005 Globalization as Hybridization

            in Gigi Meenakshi Durham and Douglas Kellner, eds. Media and Cultural Studies. Oxford, Blackwell                    (reprint) 

2005 Social Capital and Migration: Beyond Ethnic Economies

            in Sarah Radcliffe, ed. Culture and Development in a Globalising World: Geographies, Actors and                       Paradigms. London, Routledge, 126-49 (reprint) 

2005 Colonialism and Representation: The parade of the vanquished

            in Daniele Mezzana, ed. Società Africane. Rome, Baldini, Castoldi & Dalai (Italian trans.), 106-33 

2005 Global Inequality: Bringing Politics Back

            in Craig Calhoun, Chris Rojek and Bryan Turner, eds. Handbook of Sociology. London, Sage, 423-41                  (reprint) 

2005 Metamorphoses of Power: From Coercion to Cooperation?

            Asian Journal of Social Science, 33, 1: 4-22

2004 Global Democratization: To WTO or Not to WTO?

            Development and Change, 35, 5: 1057-1063 [PDF]

2004 New Modernities: What’s New?

            American Sociological Association, San Francisco

2004 Can the United States correct itself?

​            World Affairs (New Delhi), 8, 2: 136-45 (Revised)

2004 The Trouble with Hegemony: Hegemonic Destabilization Theory

            Asian Review, special issue Globalization and Hegemony, 16: 69-90 

2004 Neoliberal Empire

            Theory Culture & Society, 21, 3: 119-40 [PDF]

2004 Can the United States correct itself?

            Cultural Studies—Critical Methodologies, 4, 3: 350-56 [PDF]

2004 Capitalisms: Asian-European dialogue after Enron, Asian Journal of Social Science, 32, 2: 274-89 [PDF]

2004 Ethnicities and Multiculturalisms: Politics of Boundaries

            in Stephen May, Tariq Modood and Judith Squires, eds. Ethnicity, Nationalism and Minority                                 Rights. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 27- 49 [PDF]

2003 Hyperpower Exceptionalism: Globalization the American Way

            New Political Economy, 8, 3: 299-319 [PDF]

2003 Hyperpower Exceptionalism: Globalization the American Way

            in U. Beck, N. Sznaider and R. Winter, eds. Global America? The Cultural Consequences of

            Globalization. Liverpool, University of Liverpool Press, 67-94. 

​            Bielefeld, Transcript, 2003, 93-132 (German trans.)

​2003 Social Capital and Migration: Beyond Ethnic Economies

            Ethnicities, 3, 1: 5-34 [PDF]

2003 Colonialism and Representation: The Parade of the Vanquished, 

            African Societies, 4, http://www.africansocieties.org (Rome, CERFE)

2003 Capitalisms, modernities: Asian-European dialogue after Enron,

            in Ronan le Codiac, ed. Identités et démocratie: Diversité Culturelle et Mondialisation. Rennes, Presses

            universitaires de Rennes, 37-56 (French trans.)

2003 Alternative Globalism: Islam under the Shadow of the World Trade Centre

            in Azza Karam, ed. Transnational Political Islam. London, Pluto, 79-103

2003 Empowerment: Snakes and Ladders

            in K. K. Bhavnani, J. Foran and P. Kurian, eds. Feminist Futures: Reimagining Women, Culture, and

            Development. London, Zed, 112-16

2003 Others

            in Ellis Cashmore, ed. Encyclopedia of Race and Ethnic Relations. London, Routledge, 306-07

2003 Many Doors to Multiculturalism

            in Barbara Saunders and David Haljan, eds. Whither Multiculturalism? A Politics of Dissensus. Louvain,

            Leuven University Press, 21-34

2003 Street smarts: Introduction

            in Mukta Srivastava, Are Streets Safer Than Home?. New Delhi, Gyan  

2002 Fault Lines of Transnationalism: Borders Matter 

           Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies (Amman), 4, 2: 33-48

2002 Global Inequality: bringing politics back in

            Third World Quarterly, 23, 6: 1023-46 

2002 Globalization at War: War on Terrorism

             International Journal of Peace Studies, 7, 2: 75-93

2002 Globalization, Kitsch and Conflict: Technologies of Work, War and Politics

            Review of International Political Economy, 9, 1: 1-36 The Hague, Institute of Social Studies

            Working Paper 337

2002 Globalization as Hybridization

            in Liang Zhan, Dushu Shenghuo and Xinzhi Sanlian Shudian, eds. The Discourse of

            Globalization. Shanghai, Three Union Publishing (Chinese trans.)


2002 Global Inequality: Bringing Politics Back in

            in Association of Development Researchers in Denmark, Partners in Development ? Copenhagen,

            FAU, 9-31 [PDF]

2002 Hybridity, so what? The anti-hybridity backlash and the riddles of recognition

            in S. Lash and M. Featherstone, eds. Recognition and Difference. London, Sage, 219-46

2002 Europe Traveling Light: Europeanization and Globalization

            in Marian Kempny and Aldona Jawlowska, eds. Identity in Transformation: Postmodernity,

            Post-Communism and Modernization. Westport, CT, Praeger,127-44 

2002 Europe and its Others

            in David Theo Goldberg & John Solomos, eds, Blackwell Companion to Racial and Ethnic                                     Studies. Oxford, Blackwell

2002 Globalization North and South: Representations of Uneven Development and the Interaction of

            Modernities (reprint)

            in Roland Robertson and K. E. White, eds. Globalization: Globalization as worldwide

            capitalism? Vol. 3. London, Routledge (reprint) 

2002 Globalization as Hybridization (reprint)

            in Roland Robertson and Kathleen E. White, eds. Globalization: Analytical Perspectives, Vol. 1. London,

            Routledge 

2002 Globalization as Hybridization (excerpts)

            in J. J. Macionis and K. Plummer, Sociology: A Global Introduction. Harlow and New York, Prentice Hall,

            2nd edition

2001 Hybridity, so what? The Anti-hybridity Backlash and the Riddles of Recognition

            Theory Culture & Society, 18, 2-3: 219-46 [PDF]

2001 Participatory Democracy Reconceived

            Futures, 33, 5: 407-22 [PDF]

2001 Emancipation and Regulation: Twin Pillars of Modernity?

            European Journal of Social Theory, 4, 3: 297-300 [PDF]

2001 Words Age with Use: Multiculturalism

            Third Text, 53: 91-92 

2001 Crusades and Empire 

            http://www.amana-online.de/pp/aa/kreuzzug_europa.shtml (German trans.)

2001 Globalization and Collective Action

            in Hamel et al., eds, Globalization and Social Movements. London, Palgrave, 21-40 

2001 Introduction (with co-editors)

            in Hamel et al., eds. Globalization and Social Movements 

2001 Foreword

            in Fatos Tarifa, Culture, Ideology and Society. The Hague, Smiet, 11-12 

2000 After Post-Development

            Third World Quarterly, 21, 2: 175-91

2000 Globalization North and South: Representations of uneven development and the interaction of                                 modernities, Theory Culture & Society, 17, 1: 129-37 [PDF]

2000 Social capital, migration and cultural difference: beyond ethnic economies

            The Hague, Institute of Social Studies Working Paper 327

2000 Power and Empowerment over Time: The Rhizome of Empowerment

            Vision (TMAM Research and Orientation Centre, Kottayam, Kerala): 5-27 

2000 Introduction: Global Futures

            Review of International Political Economy, 7, 2: 314-16  

2000 Globalization and Human Integration: We Are All Migrants

            Futures, 32, 5: 385-98

            Gruppo CERFE, Rome, 2001 (Italian trans.)

2000 Europe and its Others

            in Luisa Passerini and M. Nordera, eds. Images of Europe. Florence, European University Institute

            Working Paper (HEC 2000/5), 35-45 

2000 Trends in Development Theory

            in Ronen Palan, ed. Global Political Economy: Contemporary Theories. London, Routledge, 197-214 

2000 Globalization and the South

            in RAWOO (Netherlands Development Assistance Research Council), Coping with Globalization. The                  Hague, 13-8 

​2000 Globalization and Social Science

            in J. Benyon and D. Dunkerkley, eds. Globalization: The Reader. London, Athlone (excerpt)

2000 Globalization and Emancipation: From Local Empowerment to Global Reform

            in B. K. Gills, ed. Globalization and the Politics of Resistance. London and New York, Macmillan and St              Martin’s, 189-206 

2000 Globalization and Culture: Three Paradigms

            in A. Prazauskas, ed. Etnos i Politika. Khrestomatiya. Moscow, URAO, 319-26 (Russian trans.)

2000 Globalization Consensus and Controversy: Introduction

            in L. d’Andrea, G. Quaranta, G. Quinti, Il Ritorno della Città: La Basa Urbana della Globalizzazione.

            Rome, Officina Edizioni, 9-27 (Italian trans.) 

2000 Shaping Globalization

            in Nederveen Pieterse, ed. Global Futures, 1-19 

2000 Introduction

            in Nederveen Pieterse, ed. Global Futures, xv-xxii 

1999 Europe Traveling Light: Europeanization and globalization

            The European Legacy, 4, 3: 3-17                     

1999 Critical Holism and the Tao of Development

            European Journal of Development Research, 11, 1: 75- 100

            in Ronaldo Munck and Denis O’Hearn, eds. Critical development theory: contributions to a 

            new paradigm. London, Zed, 1999, 63‐88.

            ISS Working Paper 275, 1998

1999 Future Studies and Global Futures in Ziauddin Sardar, ed. Rescuing all our futures: the future of future

            studies. Twickenham and Westport, CT, Adamantine Press and Praeger, 146-62 

1999 Globalization and Emancipation: From local empowerment to global reform   in P. Hoebink, D. Haude, F.             van der Velden, eds. Doorlopers en breukijnen. Assen, Van Gorcum, 219-32 (Dutch trans.) 

1999 Questioning Globalization in Mohsen Marzouk, ed. Les Jeunes et l’emploi: une responsabilité collective.             Tunis, El Taller, 6-31 

1999 Globalization and Culture: Three Paradigms

            in Brigitte Kossek, ed. Gegen-Rassismen. Hamburg, Das Argument, 167-85 (revised, German trans.) 

1998 Hybrid Modernities: Mélange Modernities in Asia
            Sociological Analysis, 1, 3: 75-86 [PDF]

1998 My Paradigm or Yours? Alternative Development, Post Development, Reflexive Development,                                 Development and Change, 29, 2: 343-73 

            ISS Working Paper 229, 1996

1998 Globalization as Hybridization in Ulrich Beck, ed. Perspektiven der Weltgesellschaft (Edn. Zweite  

            Moderne). Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp, 87-124 (German trans.) 

1998 Modernism and Postmodernism in Political Economy

            in Philip O'Hara, ed. Encyclopedia of political economy. London, Routledge, 847-49

1998 Humanitarian Intervention and Beyond

            in Nederveen Pieterse, ed. World orders in the making, 1-22 

1998 Sociology of Humanitarian Intervention: Bosnia, Rwanda and Somalia Compared

            in Nederveen Pieterse, ed. World orders in the making, 230-65

1998 Miraculous Multiculturalism: Black Pete as Trickster in Lulu Helder and Scotty Gravenberch,  

            eds. Sinterklaasjekom maar binnen zonder knecht. Berchem, EPO, 27-44 (Dutch)

1997 Deconstructing/Reconstructing Ethnicity, Nations and Nationalism, 3, 3: 1-31 [PDF]

1997 Representation of Representation: Images of other cultures

            Minpaku Anthropology Newsletter, National Museum Ethnology Osaka, 5: 1-3 

1997 Global Futures, Seminar, # 460: 46-55 


1997 Growth and Equity Revisited: a supply side approach to social development

            European Journal of Development Research, 9, 1: 128-49 

1997 Growth and Equity Revisited: a supply-side approach to social development (reprint)

            in Cristóbal Kay, ed. Globalisation, competitiveness and human security. London, Frank Cass, 128-49 

1997 Globalization and Emancipation: from local empowerment to global reform 

            New Political Economy, 2, 1: 79-92 

1997 Going Global: Futures of Capitalism

            Development and Change, 28, 2: 367-82 (review article) 

1997 Sociology of Humanitarian Intervention: Bosnia, Rwanda and Somalia Compared

            International Political Science Review, 18, 1: 71-93 

            Das Argument, 38, 5/6, 1996: 781-800 (German trans.) 

1997 Multiculturalism and Museums: Discourse about others in the age of globalization

            Theory Culture & Society, 14, 4: 123-46 

1997 Globalization as Hybridization (reprint)

            in Marta Cálas and Linda Smircich, eds. Postmodern management theory. Aldershot, Dartmouth 

1997 Traveling Islam: Mosques without Minarets

            in Ayse Öncü and Petra Weyland, eds. Space, culture and power. London, Zed, 177-200

1997 Preface to the Indian edition, with Bhikhu Parekh

            in Decolonization of imagination. New Delhi, ii-v 

1996 The Development of Development Theory: towards critical globalism

            Review of International Political Economy, 3, 4, 541-64 

1996 A Severe Case of Dichotomic Thinking: Bassam Tibi on Islamic Fundamentalism

            Theory Culture & Society, 13, 4: 123-26 

​1996 Globalization and Culture: Three Paradigms

            Economic and Political Weekly, 31, 23: 1389-93 

            in Cultural ecology in international studies, Yokohama, Meiji Gakuin University, 1996, 64-76 

1996 Mélange Modernities in the East: Modernization and Globalization

            Annals of the International Institute of Sociology, Vol. 5, Trieste: 91-106

1996 Multiculturalism and Museums: Discourse about others in the age of globalization

            Studia Semiotica, J of Japanese Ass. for Semiotic Studies, 16: 135-61 (Japanese trans. by Muroi  

            Hisashi) 

            Boekmancahier, 8, 28, 1996: 172-89 (abbreviated)

1996 Others

            in A. E. Cashmore, ed. Dictionary of race and ethnic relations. London, Routledge, 4th edn.,

​            262-64

1995 Globalization as Hybridization 

            in M. Featherstone, S. Lash, R. Robertson, eds. Global Modernities. London, Sage, 45-68

1995 The Cultural Turn in Development: Questions of Power (reprint)

            in A. de Ruijter and L. van Vucht Tijssen, eds. Cultural dynamics in development processes. Paris and

            The Hague, UNESCO, 31-49 

1995 The Cultural Turn in Development: Questions of Power

            European Journal of Development Research, 7, 1: 176-92

            Development Matters, 1995 (excerpt)

1995 Unpacking the West: how European is Europe?

            Herumesu (Tokyo), 53: 174-88 (Japanese trans.)

​1995 The Development of Development Theory: towards critical globalism

            ISS Working Paper 187


​1995 Europe among other things: closure, culture, identity

            in K. von Benda-Beckmann and M. Verkuyten, eds. Nationalism, ethnicity and cultural identity in Europe.             Utrecht University, Comparative studies in migration and ethnic relations, 71-88 

1995 Aesthetics of Power: Time and Body Politics

            in A. Moors, T. van Teeffelen, S. Kanaana, I. Abu Ghazaleh, eds. Discourse and Palestine: power, text               and context. Amsterdam, Spinhuis, 61-70

1995 Shifting Imaginaries: Decolonization, Internal Decolonization, Postcoloniality (with Bhikhu                                         Parekh), Decolonization of imagination. London, Zed, 1-19 

1995 White Negroes

            in G. Dines and J.M. Humez, eds. Gender, race and class in media: a text reader. Thousand Oaks, CA,               Sage, 23-27

1995 Apes Imagined: On the political ecology of animal symbolism

            in R. Corbey and B. Theunissen, eds. Ape, Man, Ape Man: Changing Views since 1600. Leiden

            University, 341-54 (illustrated) 

1994 Globalization as Hybridization
            International Sociology, 9, 2, 61-84 

            ISS Working Paper, 152, 1993

1994 Culture and Imperialism: Engaging Edward Said

             Andere Sinema, 123: 46-9 (Dutch) 

​1994 ‘Fundamentalism’ Discourses: Enemy Images

             Women against Fundamentalism, 1, 5: 2-6 (1994)


​1994 Multiculturalism and Museums: Discourse about others in the age of globalization

             Fundamentos de Antropología, 3 (Spanish trans.) 

1994 Delinking or Globalization?

            Economic and Political Weekly, 29, 5: 239-42 

1994 White on Black Revisited

            Transition, 64: 105-10

1994 Europe among other things: Closure, Culture, Identity

            Historia y Fuente Oral, 12: 11-30 (Spanish trans.) 

1994 Unpacking the West: How European is Europe?

            in A. Rattansi and S. Westwood, eds. Racism, modernity, identity: on the Western front. Cambridge,

            Polity, 129-49 

1994 How European is Europe?

            in E. Voss, ed. Kultur der Abschreckung: Europa zwischen Rassismus im Innern und Abschottung nach               Aussen. Hamburg, Konkret Literatur Verlag, 130-58 (German trans.) 

1993 Fictions of Europe

            in A. Gray and J. McGuigan, eds. Studying culture. London, Edward Arnold, 225-32 

            Aesthetics of Power: Time and Body Politics, Third Text, 22: 33-43 (illustrated) 

​1993 Fukuyama and Liberal Democracy: The Ends of History

            Economy and Society, 22, 2: 218-32 

​1993 Varieties of Ethnic Politics and Ethnicity Discourse

            ISS Working Paper 157

            Der Überblick, 29, 3, 1993: 11-17 (excerpt, German trans.) 

1993 The Development of Development Theory: towards critical globalism

            Tidsskriftet Grüs, 13, 38: 5-22 (Danish trans.)

​1992 Fukuyama, Liberal Democracy and the New World Order: Back to the ‘End of History’

            Itinerario, 16, 2: 9-22

1992 Emancipations, Modern and Postmodern

​            Development and Change, 23, 3: 5-43 

            in Emancipations, Modern and Postmodern, 1992, 5-43


​1992 18 Theses on Representation: changing images of Native Americans and why

            in M. Holsbeke, ed. Fotografie van de herinnering: de Noord-Amerikaanse Indiaan als blank concept.

            Antwerp, Etnografisch Museum, 23-32 (Dutch) 

1992 Christianity, Politics and Gramscism of the Right

            in J. Nederveen Pieterse, ed. Christianity and Hegemony, 1-31 




1991 Fictions of Europe, Race & Class, 32, 3, 3-10 1991 Dilemmas of development discourse: the crisis of developmentalism and the comparative method, Development and Change, 22, 1: 5-29 1991 The History of a Metaphor: Christian Zionism and the Politics of Apocalypse, Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, 75: 75-104 in Christianity and Hegemony, 1992, 191-233 

1991 Image and Power

            in R. Corbey and J.T. Leerssen, eds. Alterity, identity, image: selves and others in society and

            scholarshipAtlanta, GA, Rodopi, 191-203

1990 Images of Africa and Blacks in Western Popular Culture
            Journal of Ethnic Studies, 18, 1: 93-109 ​(illustrated)

1988 A critique of World System Theory

            International Sociology, 3, 3: 251-66 

​1988 Slavery and the Triangle of Emancipation

            Race & Class, 30, 2: 1-22 

1988 Counterpoint and Emancipation

            Development and Change, 19, 2: 327-43 

1987 The Washington - Tel Aviv Connection: Global Frontier Management

            Crime and Social Justice, 27-28: 201-20 

1987 The Rhodes-Milner Group

            Lobster, 13: 4-10 

1987 A Critique of World System Theory

            Kajian Malaysia, Journal of Malaysian Studies, 5, 2: 1-18 

1986 Spiritual Resistance to Foreign Rule (with Gerrit Huizer, Dutch)

            in J. van Ginneken and R. Kouijzer, eds. Politieke psychologie. Alphen aan de Rijn, Samsom, 53-8 

            Psychologie, 5 (8), 1986: 34-7 (1986)

1986 Amerindian Resistance: The Gathering of the Fires

            Race & Class, 27, 4: 35-52 

1986 The Washington - Tel Aviv Connection: Global Frontier Management

            Uno Más Uno, July 13, 1986 (Spanish trans.) 

1986 Israel's State Terrorism and Counterinsurgency in the Third World

            Soemoed, 14, 5: 16-9, 1986 (Dutch trans.) 

​1985 Israel's role in the Third World: Exporting West Bank expertise

            Race & Class, 26, 3: 9-30

            Crime and Social Justice, 21-22: 58-80

1984 The Three Fronts of 1984: A global scenario of struggle and backlash

            Alternatives10, 2: 297-307 

            Lanka Guardian, 6, 17 and 18, 1984

​1984 Israel's role in the Third World: Exporting West Bank expertise

            Lanka Guardian, 7, 10-14 (serialized) 

1983 On Transnational Organizing: Debate with W.F. Wertheim

            Dialogue about Participation, Geneva, UNRISD, 3: 70-6 

1982 Policies towards Third World Liberation

            Lanka Guardian, 5, 13  

​1982 The June 4 Revolt in Ghana

            Race & Class, 23, 4: 251-73 

1975 Cultural Anthropology

            Grote Spectrum Encyclopedie, Amsterdam, 4, 3 (Dutch)

1974 The Harmlessness of Sociological Consciousness: Reply to A J F Köbben

            in T. de Boer and A. J. F. Köbben, eds. Waarden en wetenschap. Bilthoven, Ambo, 168-71 (Dutch) 

1974 Carnival

            in Grote Spectrum Encyclopedie Amsterdam, 3, 12 (Dutch) 





​1974 Utopian Consciousness: Reflections on Utopia and Revolution (Dutch)

            in Th. de Boer and A. J. F. Köbben, eds. Waarden en wetenschap. Bilthoven, Ambo, 149-62 

1973 Utopian Consciousness: Reflections on Utopia and Revolution (Dutch)

            De Sociologische Gids, 20, 1:19-33 
            De Nieuwe Maand, 12, 1972, 471-86

2016 China’s contingencies and globalization
Abstract Will China be able to rebalance its economy, heavily tilted towards investment? Will China be able to increase the share of household consumption in GDP? Will China turn steeply growing social inequality around? Will urbanisation contribute to China’s rebalancing or will it add to the imbalances? Will China manage to bring pollution under control? Such variables determine whether China can move beyond the middle-income trap and also affect China’s external relations. China’s rebalancing is also a variable in global rebalancing. This is also an introduction to the special issue.