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地球社会研究専攻 地球社会研究 4842 A 冬 水曜日3時限  水曜日4時限 2単位

Topics in Global Studies ⅡB

担当教員:DIEGO HOLSTEIN
【教授言語】

英語

【学部・学年の指定】

3th & 4th year undergraduates and graduate students

【授業科目の目的と概要】

Everybody talks about globalization, but they do not all mean the same thing. What do historians mean by globalization, as opposed to social scientists? And what had been the original contributions made by historians to the understanding of globalization? Globalization and History is a course devised to tackle a contemporary phenomenon from a historical perspective.
This course concentrates on the last 250 years in the history of globalization. The historical analysis of globalization is based on the interplay between four main variables - economic globalization, hegemonic world order, political regimes, and social inequality - and their articulation into a synthetic overview. According to it world societies experienced two waves of economic globalization (1851-1929 and 1976-onwards) coincidental with two hegemonic world orders (based on British and American hegemonies respectively). Both of these waves of globalization and hegemony coincided with the proliferation of democratic regimes (the so called first and third waves of democracy) whereas the period of economic de-globalization and lack of a single hegemon (1929-1976) overlapped with waves of authoritarian and revisionist regimes. During this last period socio-economic inequalities within and between societies shrunk, whereas during the waves of globalization socio-economic inequalities grew.

【授業の内容・計画】

The course meets once a week for two academic hours (105 mins. each) Each session consists of three parts: 1) Lecture and discussion on new content; 2) Group work; 3) Class discussion.
1) Lecture and discussion: The first part of each session consists of a lecture by the instructor, q&a, and discussion on a new time period. These lectures introduce each time period in the history of globalization as detailed on the schedule below.
2) Group work: A week in advance each student will be assigned an individualized reading. The aim of group work is to bring students to compare and connect the contents of their individualized readings and bring them in conversation with the contents presented and discussed during the first part of each meeting.
3) Class discussion: The conclusions reached by the groups will be discuss in the class at large.
Week 1: Globalization Seen at 20th Century’s Dusk and 21st Century’s Dawn: A Total Immersion Experience
Week 2: Back to History: First Wave Globalization, When We Were All Brits (1851-1914)
Week 3: “The Brexit:” The Collapse of First Wave Globalization (1914-1945)
Week 4: When the World Became American: Towards a Second Wave of Globalization (1946-1976)
Week 5: Now it’s Official: (Contemporary) Globalization! (1976-2016)
Week 6: What Now? And What Next? The Global Rise of Populisms and the Future of Hegemony and Globalization
Week 7: Concluding Session: Globalization and History – The Big Picture

【テキスト・文献】

Week 1: Globalization Seen at 20th Century’s Dusk and 21st Century’s Dawn: A Total Immersion Experience
People's Century, Part 26, [video recording]: Fast Forward. PBS/BBC documentary series, 1997. (53 mins)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDpCynPtS_w&list=PLuL26fXZ8eTNLLnugg2BTyOZQ7HT-QZk4&index=26
Commanding heights [video recording]: the battle for the world economy. (second episode) Boston, Mass.: WGBH Boston Video, 2002. (114 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oykvdDm0qwk&list=PLOr8q_slscQNLXPfvACwjADhh_uWJczxs&index=2
The Shock Doctrine [video recording]: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism. Mat Whitecross & Michael Winterbottom, 2011. (78 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL3XGZ5rreE

Week 2: Back to History: First Wave Globalization, When We Were All Brits (1851-1914)
Empire (BBC) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjWpieTJfY3TY5cQLMnMFoIxro04CXY0Z
The Cambridge World History. Vol 7
1.18The Middle East in world history since 1750
John Obert Voll
2.19East Asia in world history, 1750–21st century
Mark Selden
3.20Latin America in world history
Julie A. Charlip
4.21Africa in world history
Frederick Cooper
5. 23The economic history of the Pacific
Lionel Frost
6. The Economy of Modern India. From 1860 to the Twenty-First Century. Chapter 1 - Introduction:pp 1-23. https://doi-org.pitt.idm.oclc.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108638.003

7. Stefan Berger. A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe, 1789 – 1914. Ch. 4 Industrial Revolution, Commerce, and Trade, pp 44-55; and Ch. 5 Demography, Ubanization, and Migration, pp 56-69.
8. Lieven, D. (2006). Russia as empire and periphery. In D. Lieven (Ed.), The Cambridge History of Russia (The Cambridge History of Russia, pp. 7-26). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CHOL9780521815291.003

Week 3: “The Brexit:” The Collapse of First Wave Globalization (1914-1945)
People's Century Part 02 1914 Killing Fields https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnT_3m01vQQ&t=677s&list=PLuL26fXZ8eTNLLnugg2BTyOZQ7HT-QZk4&index=3
People's Century Part 07 1929 Breadline https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq9yh0Pc6N4&list=PLuL26fXZ8eTNLLnugg2BTyOZQ7HT-QZk4&index=7
People's Century Part 03 1917 Red Flag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZDXZBnsKRQ&list=PLuL26fXZ8eTNLLnugg2BTyOZQ7HT-QZk4&index=3

The Cambridge World History. Vol 7 (part 2)
1. Part III:Politics
1. 12On nationalism
Aviel Roshwald
2. 13Assessing imperialism
Danielle Kinsey
3. 14Self-strengthening and other political responses to the expansion of European economic and political power
R. Bin Wong
4. 15Decolonization and its legacy
Prasenjit Duara
5. 16Genocide
Mark Levene
6. 17Communism and fascism
Robert Strayer
7. 18 Global war 1914–45

Week 4: When the World Became American: Towards a Second Wave of Globalization (1946-1976)
The Cambridge World History. Vol 7

1.22The United States in world history since the 1750s
Ian Tyrrell
1. Part II:Culture and connections
2.6Department stores and the commodification of culture: artful marketing in a globalizing world
Antonia Finnane
3.9Music on the move, as object, as commodity
Timothy D. Taylor
4.10Sport since 1750
Susan Brownell
5.11World cinema
Lalitha Gopalan
2. Part IV:Ligaments of globalization
6.17Transportation and communication, 1750 to the present
Daniel R. Headrick
7.19Drugs in the modern era
William B. McAllister
8.20The automobile
BernHard Rieger
9.21Globalization, Anglo-American style
Thomas W. Zeiler
Week 5: Now it’s Official: (Contemporary) Globalization! (1976-2016)
Steger, Manfred B; Roy, Ravi K. Neoliberalism: A Very Short Introduction, 2010.
1 What’s ‘neo’ about liberalism?
2 First-wave neoliberalism in the 1980s: Reaganomics and Thatcherism
3 Second-wave neoliberalism in the 1990s: Clinton’s market globalism and Blair’s Third Way
4 Neoliberalism and Asian development
5 Neoliberalism in Latin America and Africa
6 Crises of neoliberalism: the 2000s and beyond

The Cambridge World History. Vol 7
7. 161989 as a year of great significance
Nicole Rebec and Jeffrey Wasserstrom
John D Nagle and Alison Mahr. Democracy and Democratization. Post-Communist Europe in Comparative Perspective. SAGE Publications, 1999.
8 - Regional Comparisons of Democratization: Southern Europe - Lessons from Another European Region
pp 226-240.
9 - Structuring Executive Power in Emerging Democracies: Warnings from Latin America
pp 241-254.
10 - Economics First, Then (Maybe) Politics: The Challenge of the East Asian Model
pp 255-268.
11 - East-Central Europe, the EU and Globalizing Capitalism: What Kind of Democratization, What Kind of Democracy?
pp 269-290.

Week 6: What Now? And What Next? The Global Rise of Populisms and The Future of Hegemony and Globalization
SYMPOSIUM: POPULISMS IN THE WORLD-SYSTEM
1.The Promise and Perils of Radical Left Populism: The Case of Venezuela
Gabriel Hetland PDF
277-292
2.Gendering the New Right-wing Populisms: A Research Note
Valentine M. Moghadam PDF
293-303
3.The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Left-Wing Populism in Socialist Venezuela
Timothy M Gill PDF
304-313
4.Rip It Up and Start Again: The Challenge of Populism in the Twenty-First Century
Peter Wilkin PDF
314-324
5.Populism: A puzzle without (and for) world-systems analysis
Leslie Gates PDF
325-336
6.Regrounding Populism: Moving Beyond Questions of Definition and Content
Colin Arnold
BOOK REVIEW SYMPOSIUM: COUNTER-HEGEMONY IN THE CURRENT CONJUNCTURE
1.Review of The Birth of the Anthropocene by Jeremy Davies. 2016. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. 248 pages, ISBN 978-0520289987Paper ($27.95)
Chaya Ocampo Go PDF
447-451
2.Review of Doughnut Economics: 7 Ways to Think Like a 21st Century Economist by Kate Raworth. 2017. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing. 320 pages, ISBN 978-1 6035-8674-0 Cloth ($28.00)
Judith Krauss PDF
452-457
3.Review of The Poor’s Struggle for Political Incorporation: The Piquetero Movement in Argentina by Federico M. Rossi. 2017. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 314 pages, ISBN 978- 1316273180 Hardback ($106)
Tomas Gold PDF
458-463
4.Review of Is Capitalism Obsolete? A Journey through Alternative Economic Systems by Giacomo Corneo. 2017. (Translated from German by Daniel Steuer.) Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 312 pages, ISBN 978-0-6744-9528-9 Cloth ($29.90)
Georgi Derlugian PDF
464-466
5.Review of Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future by Paul Mason. 2015. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 340 pages, ISBN 978-0-3745-3673-2 Paper ($16.00)
Christopher Chase-Dunn PDF
467-472
6.Review of A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature and the Future of the Planet by Raj Patel and Jason Moore. 2017. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. 328 pages, ISBN 978-0-5202-9993-1 Paper ($24.95)
Elizabeth Smythe PDF
473-477
7.Review of Ecofeminism as Politics: Nature, Marx and the Postmodern, 2nd edition by Ariel Salleh. 2017. London: Zed Books. 369 pages, ISBN 978-1-7869-9040-2 Paper ($25.00)
David N. Pellow PDF
478-482
8.Review of Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis by George Monbiot. 2017. London: Verso. 214 pages, ISBN 978-1-7866-3289-0 Paper ($16.95)
John Foran PDF
483-487
9.Review of Alternatives to Capitalism: Proposals for a Democratic Economy by Robin Hahnel and Erik Olin Wright. 2016. London: Verso. 148 pages, ISBN 978-1-7847-8504-8 Paper ($19.95)
Dennis O'Hearn PDF
488-495

Week 7: Concluding Session: Globalization and History – The Big Picture

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