World-Ecology Events

UNDER CONSTRUCTION… (And send us your events! worldecologynetwork@gmail.com)

World-Ecology Papers: American Sociological Association

Camba, Alvin. A. and Jason W. Moore. (2015). “From Cheap Natures to Cheap Money: The Rise and Fall of Chinese Capitalism,” paper to be presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 22-25 August, 2015.

Camba, Alvin. (2015). “Manila, Hanoi, and the South China Sea: The Political Economy of Chinese Capital in the Philippines and Vietnam,” paper to be presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 22-25 August, 2015.

Fox, Samantha, and Benjamin J. Marley (2015). “Appalachia and the Hydrocarbon Sector in the Capitalist World-Ecology.” paper to be presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 22-25 August, 2015.

Moore, Jason W. (2015). “To Make Ourselves the Masters and Possessors of Nature: Dutch Capitalism and the World Ecological Revolution of the Long 17th Century,” paper to be presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 22-25 August, 2015.

Ortiz, Roberto J. (2015). “A Brief History of the (Prelude to) Neoliberalism: The World-Economic Transition of the Long 1970s,” paper to be presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, 22-25 August, 2015.

World-Ecology Papers: Remaking Modernity

Camba, Alvin A. “The Specter of Imperial China: Double Movement and the Geoeconomics of Chinese Capital in Philippines and Vietnam,” paper to be presented at the Revisiting Remaking Modernity Conference, Evanston, 21 August, 2015.

Marley, Ben. “From Food Frontier to Fuel Frontier: The Making and Un-Making of Appalachia,” paper to be presented at the Revisiting Remaking Modernity Conference, Evanston, 21 August, 2015.

Moore, Jason W. “The Rise of Cheap Nature: Capital, Power, and Nature in the Making of the Modern World,” paper to be presented at the Revisiting Remaking Modernity Conference, Evanston, 21 August, 2015.

Website: http://www.revisitingremakingmodernity.org/program/

World-Ecology Workshop: Capitalism, Nature, and Historical Method

26 September 2015. The World-Ecology Network will organize a one-day workshop on capitalism, nature, and historical method at the University of Helsinki on 26 September 2015.

The workshop is intended for researchers, and focuses on “method” in a Wallersteinian sense: bounding time, space, and nature in historical capitalism (including climate change and other environmental-social changes). World-ecology is a perspective that asks scholars to move beyond “Nature” and “Society,” to understand how nature, power, and wealth co-evolved within, and are produced by, the web of life. The workshop is interdisciplinary, and will be of particular interest to scholars and students in World-politics, Geography, Anthropology, History, Sociology, Economics, Area and Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Rural and Agrarian Studies, and the natural sciences, who seek new analytical tools.

The workshop is organized by Markus Kröger (University of Helsinki, https://helsinki.academia.edu/MarkusKr%C3%B6ger) and Jason W. Moore (University of Binghamton, http://jasonwmoore.com), for further details and inquiries, please contact: markus.kroger@helsinki.fi.

For registration, including details on submitting your working paper for commenting, and getting the reading package, please contact: tero.toivanen@helsinki.fi.

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