Distinguished Professor of Sociology and
Director, Institute for Research on
Department of Sociology, University of California-Riverside, Riverside, CA.92521-0419 USA
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AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
· 2001 Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
· 2000-present, Director of the Institute for Research on World-Systems
· 2003-2008, Chair of the Political Economy and Global Social Change graduate specialization, UCR Department of Sociology
· 2011- Chair of the Evolutionary Sociology graduate specialization, UCR Department of Sociology
· 2005-2008 UCR Senate Committee on Academic Personnel, Chair 2008 (all tenure-track merits and promotions)
· 2008-2010, Director of the University of California-Riverside University Honors Program (900 undergraduates,
a staff of five and an annual budget of $900,000
· 2010- Graduate Advisor and Chair of the Graduate Affairs Committee, UCR Sociology Department
2011- Program Faculty Member, Interdepartmental
Graduate Program in Management,
2011- Vice President of the
AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST
Christopher Chase-Dunn (ed.) Socialist States in the World-System.
Volker Bornschier and Christopher
Chase-Dunn. Transnational Corporations and Underdevelopment.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. Global Formation:
Structures of The World-Economy.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall (eds.) Core/Periphery
Relations in the Precapitalist Worlds.
Christopher Chase-Dunn (ed.) The Historical Evolution of the International Political Economy In the Library of International Political Economy series, Cheltanham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1995.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall. Rise and Demise: Comparing World-Systems Boulder, CO.: Westview. 1997.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Kelly M. Mann. The Wintu and Their Neighbors: A Small World-System in
Northern California, University of
Terry Boswell and Christopher Chase-Dunn. 2000 The Spiral of Capitalism and Socialism: Toward Global Democracy. Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner. Political Economy of the World-System Section of the American Sociological Association Outstanding Book of the Year Award, August 18.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Nelson Amaro and Susanne
Jonas (eds.) 2001 Globalization on the Ground: Postbellum
Guatemalan Democracy and Development.
Jonathan Friedman and Christopher Chase-Dunn
(eds.) 2005. Hegemonic
Declines: Present and Past. Boulder, CO.: Paradigm Press.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and E.N. Anderson (eds.) 2005. The Historical Evolution of World-Systems.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Salvatore Babones (eds.) 2006 Global Social
Change: Comparative and World Historical Perspectives.
Jackie Smith, Marina Karides,
Marc Becker, Dorval Brunelle, Christopher Chase-Dunn,
Donatella della Porta, Rosalba Icaza Garza, Jeffrey S. Juris, Lorenzo Mosca, Ellen
Reese, Peter Jay Smith and Rolando Vazquez 2007 Global Democracy and the World Social Forums.
Salvatore Babones and Christopher Chase-Dunn (eds.) 2012 Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis: Theory and Research London: Routledge http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415563642/
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Bruce Lerro 2013 Social Change: Globalization form the Stone Age to the Present. Paradigm Publishers.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Christopher Chase-Dunn 1975 "The effects of international economic
dependence and inequality: a cross-national study," American
Sociological Review 40:720-738. Reprinted in John W. Meyer and Michael T. Hannan (eds.) National Development and the World System,
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Richard Rubinson 1977 "Toward a structural perspective on the world-system." Politics and Society 7, 4:453-76.
Volker Bornschier, Christopher Chase-Dunn and
Richard Rubinson. 1978. "Cross-national evidence
of the effects of foreign investment and aid on economic growth and inequality:
a survey of findings and a reanalysis," American Journal of Sociology
84, 3:651-83. Reprinted in Pp. 187-210 in A. Seligson.
The Gap Between Rich and Poor.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1979. "Comparative research on world-system characteristics." International Studies Quarterly 23, 4:601-623, December.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1980. "Socialist states in the capitalist world-economy," Social Problems 27, 5:505-525, June.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1980. "Stages of dependency or cycles of world- system development?" Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 8, 1:1-24, Fall/Winter.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1981.
"Interstate system and capitalist world-economy: one logic or two?" International
Studies Quarterly 25, 1:19-42, March. Reprinted in World System Structure:
Continuity and Change, edited by W. Ladd Hollist and
T. R. Durham, Judy Morgan, Barbara Larcom and Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1981. "Control of the work process: the workers' viewpoint," International Journal of Health
Services 11, 1:207-220.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Aaron Pallas and Jeffrey Kentor. 1982. "Old and new research designs for studying the world-system," Comparative Political Studies 15, 3:341-356 (October).
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Joan Sokolovsky. 1983. "Interstate systems, world-empires and the capitalist world-economy," International Studies Quarterly 27, 3.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1985. "The coming of urban primacy in
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1988. "Comparing world-systems: Toward a theory of semiperipheral development," Comparative Civilizations Review, 19:29-66, Fall.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1990 "World state formation: historical processes and emergent necessity" Political Geography Quarterly, 9,2: 108-30 (April).
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1993 "Comparing world-systems: concepts and working hypotheses." Social Forces 71,4 (June).
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall, 1994 "The historical evolution of world-systems" Sociological Inquiry 64,3:257-280 (August).
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Bruce Podobnik, "The next
world war: world-system cycles and trends," Journal of
World-Systems Research 1:6, 1995. Spanish translation in John
Saxe-Fernandez (Coordinator) Globalizacion:
Critica de un paradigma.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall, 1998 "World-Systems in North America: Networks, Rise and Fall and Pulsations of Trade in Stateless Systems," American Indian Culture and Research Journal 22,1:23-72.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1998 "Ecological degradation and the evolution of world-systems" Journal of World-Systems Research 3: 403 - 431.
Christopher Chase-Dunn 1999 "
Christopher Chase-Dunn, "Globalization:
a world-systems perspective," Journal of World-Systems Research
5,2, 1999. Reprinted in Gerhard Preyer
and Mathias Bos (eds.) Borderlines in a
Globalized World: New Perspective in a Sociology of the World-System.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Yukio Kawano and Benjamin Brewer 2000 "Trade Globalization since 1795: waves of integration in the world-system," American Sociological Review 65:77-95 (February). Scientific American article: IROWS Director Christopher Chase-Dunn’s research on long waves of trade globalization (with Yukio Kawano and Benjamin Brewer), originally published in the American Sociological Review (February, 2000) was summarized in Scientific American June 2003. See
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Susan Manning and Thomas D. Hall, 2000 "Rise and Fall: East-West Synchronicity and Indic Exceptionalism Reexamined" Social Science History 24,4: 721-48(Winter) .
Christopher Chase-Dunn 2002 "Globalization from below: toward a collectively rational and democratic global commonwealth" Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Volume 581: 48-61 (May).
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Susan Manning, 2002 "City systems and world-systems: four millennia of city growth and decline," Cross-Cultural Research 36, 4: 379-398 (November). Reprinted in Ronan Paddison 2009 Urban Studies Economy ISBN: 978-1-84787-258-6 (September) SAGE Publications
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Andrew K. Jorgenson, “Regions and Interaction Networks: an institutional materialist perspective,” 2003 International Journal of Comparative Sociology 44,1:433-450.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Andrew K. Jorgenson, “Interaction Networks and Structural Globalization: A Comparative World-Systems Perspective “ 2003 Society in Transition 34,2:206-220.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Thomas Reifer, Andrew Jorgenson and Shoon Lio 2005 "The U.S. Trajectory: A Quantitative Reflection, Sociological Perspectives 48,2: 233-254
Christopher Chase-Dunn 2005 “Social evolution and the future of world society” Journal of World-Systems Research 11,2: 171-192 Special Issue: Globalizations from ‘Above’ and ‘Below’: The Future of World Society Edited by: Mark Herkenrath, Claudia König, Hanno Scholtz, & Thomas Volken (e-journal, author holds copyright)
Christopher Chase-Dunn 2007 “Sociocultural evolution and the future of world society” World Futures 63,5-6:408-424.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Christine Petit, Richard Niemeyer, Robert A. Hanneman and Ellen Reese 2007 “The contours of solidarity and division among global movements” International Journal of Peace Studies 12,2: 1-15 (Autumn/Winter)
Ellen Reese, Christopher Chase-Dunn, Kadambari Anantram, Gary Coyne, Matheu Kaneshiro, Ashley N. Koda, Roy Kwon and Preeta Saxena 2008 “Research Note: Surveys of World Social Forum participants show influence of place and base in the global public sphere” Mobilization: An International Journal. 13,4:431-445. Revised version in A Handbook of the World Social Forums Editors: Jackie Smith, Scott Byrd, Ellen Reeseand Elizabeth Smythe. Paradigm Publishers
Chase-Dunn 2010 “Evolution of Nested Networks in the Prehistoric
Chase-Dunn, Christopher, Thomas D. Hall, Richard Niemeyer, Alexis Alvarez, Hiroko Inoue, Kirk Lawrence, and Anders Carlson. 2010. “Middlemen and
Marcher Statesin Central Asiaand East/West Empire Synchrony.” Social Evolution and History 9:1(March):1-29.
“Globalization from Below: toward a collectively rational and democratic global
commonwealth” Journal of Globalization
Studies 1,1: 46-57 (May)(revised version of an article published in Annals
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Kirk S. Lawrence 2011 “The next three futures, Part One: Looming crises of global inequality, ecological degradation and a failed system of global governance” Global Society, 25:2:137-153 (April).
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Kirk S. Lawrence 2011 “The next three futures, Part Two: Possbilities of Another Round of U.S. Hegemony, Global Collapse or Global Democracy” Global Society, 25:3:269-285 (July).
Chris, Roy Kwon, Kirk Lawrence and Hiroko Inoue 2011 “Last of the hegemons:
Fletcher, Jesse B; Apkarian, Jacob; Hanneman, Robert A; Inoue, Hiroko; Lawrence, Kirk; Chase-Dunn, Christopher. 2011”Demographic Regulators in Small-Scale World-Systems” Structure and Dynamics 5, 1
Fletcher, Jesse B, Apkarian, Jacob, Roberts, Anthony, Lawrence, Kirk, Chase-Dunn, Christopher, Hanneman, Robert A,
‘War Games: Simulating Collins’ Theory of Battle Victory’ 2012 Cliodynamics: The Journal of Theoretical and Mathematical History 2,2: 252-275. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/7hk4279k
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Hiroko Inoue 2012 “Accelerating democratic global state formation” Cooperation and Conflict
47(2) 157–175. http://cac.sagepub.com/content/47/2/157
Inoue, Hiroko, Alexis Álvarez, Kirk Lawrence, Anthony Roberts, Eugene N Anderson and Christopher Chase-Dunn 2012 “Polity scale shifts in world-systems since the Bronze Age: A comparative inventory of upsweeps and collapses” International Journal of Comparative Sociology http://cos.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/10/04/0020715212462380
Chase-Dunn, C. and Anthony Roberts 2012 “The structural crisis of global capitalism and the prospects for world revolution in the 21st century” International Review of Modern Sociology 38,2: 259-286 (Autumn) (Special Issue on The Global Capitalist Crisis and its Aftermath edited by Berch Berberoglu)
Chase-Dunn, C. and Bruce Lerro 2013 “Democratizing Global Governance: World historical Perspectives” Sociologias (in Portuguese)
Chase-Dunn, C., Bruce Lerro, Hiroko Inoue and Alexis Alvarez 2013 “Democratic Global Governance: Moving From Ideal to Reality” International Journal of Sociology
C. Chase-Dunn 2013 “Continuities and transformations in the evolution of world-systems” Journal of Globalization Studies.
OTHER JOURNAL ARTICLES
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1981. "Response to critiques of 'Socialist states in the capitalist world-economy,'" Social Problems 28, 5:527-532, June.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1982. "World division of labor and the development of city systems: a longitudinal cross-national study," Comparative Research 9, 3:3-9, Winter.
Chase-Dunn. 1983. "Urbanization in the World-system: New Directions for
Research," in Comparative Urban Research, 9, 2:41-46. Reprinted in
Michael Peter Smith (ed.) Cities in Transformation: Class, Capital and the
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1990 "Resistance to imperialism: semiperipheral actors," Review, 13,1:1-31 (Winter).
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1992. "The national state as an agent of modernity." Problems of Communism XLI, January-April, :29-37.
Chase-Dunn. 1992 "The Wintu and their neighbors:
a very small world-system." In Proceedings of Society for
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1992 "World-systems and modes of production: toward the comparative study of transformations." Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 18,1:81-117.
Thomas D. Hall and Christopher Chase-Dunn 1993 "The world-systems perspective and archaeology: forward in to the past." Journal of Archaeological Research 1,2:121-143.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, 1993 Comment on Gunder Frank's "Bronze Age world system cycles." Current Anthropology 34,4:407-8 (August-October).
Thomas D. Hall and Christopher Chase-Dunn, 1994 "Forward into the past: world-systems before 1500." Sociological Forum 9,2:295-306.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Alice Willard, "Cities in the Central Political-Military Network Since CE 1200" Comparative Civilizations Review, 30:104-32 (Spring) 1994.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1994 "The historical evolution of world-systems" Sociological Inquiry 64,3:257-280 (August).
Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1995 "The historical evolution of
world-systems: iterations and transformations" Protosoziologie
Heft 7:23-34. Reprinted in Gerhard Preyer (ed.) Strukturelle Evolution und das Weltsystem:Theorien, Sozialstruktur
und evolutionaere Entwicklungen
March Frankfurt am
Boswell, Terry and Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1996. "The Future of the World-System" International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 16, 7/8:148-179.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher 1996 "Agency, structure and the world-system," Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 22,2:85-96.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Terry Boswell 1999 "Postcommunism and the Global Commonwealth" Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 24,1-2: 195-219.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Terry Boswell 2004 “Global democracy: a world-systems perspective” Protosociology 20: 15-29.
Chase-Dunn 2005 “Global
public social science” The American
Sociologist 36,3-4:121-132 (Fall/Winter).
Reprinted Pp. 179-194 in
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Kirk Lawrence 2010 “Alive and well: a response to Sanderson” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51,6:470-480
C. Chase-Dunn 2013 “Response to Barry Buzan and George Lawson, “The global transformation: the 19th century and the making of modern international relations” International Studies Quarterly
SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES EDITED
Christopher Chase-Dunn (ed.) Special Issue of Review on "Quantitative Studies of the World-System." Volume 8, Number 4, Spring, 1985.
Christopher Chase-Dunn (ed.) Special Issue of Review on "Comparing World-Systems," Volume 15, Number 3, Summer, 1992. Introduction: "The Comparative Study of World-Systems." Pp. 313-334.
ARTICLES IN COLLECTIONS
John W. Meyer, John Boli-Bennett and Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1975. "Convergence and divergence in development," Annual Review of Sociology, V. 1.
Chase-Dunn. 1978. "Core-periphery relations: the effects of core
competition," in Barbara H. Kaplan (ed.) Social Change in the
Capitalist World Economy.
Chase-Dunn and Richard Rubinson. 1979. "Cycles,
trends, and new departures in world-system development," in John W. Meyer
and Michael T. Hannan (eds.) National Development
and the World System: Educational, Economic, and Political Change, 1950-1970.
Chase-Dunn. 1980. "The
development of core capitalism in the antebellum United States: tariff politics
and class struggle in an upwardly mobile semiperiphery"
in Albert J. Bergesen (ed.) Studies of the Modern
Chase-Dunn. 1982. "Models and interpretation in world-system research:
comments on Bach," in Terence K. Hopkins and Immanuel Wallerstein
(eds.) Processes of the World-System, Vol. 3, Political Economy of the
World-System Annuals (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1980). Reprinted in T. K. Hopkins
and I. Wallerstein (eds.) World-Systems Analysis,
Chase-Dunn. 1982. "The uses of formal comparative research on dependency
and the world-system perspective," Pp. 117-40 in Harry Makler,
Alberto Martinelli and Neil Smelser
(eds.) The New International Economy.
Chase-Dunn. 1982. "International economic policy in a declining core
state." Pp. 77-96 in William R. Avery and David Rapkin
Chase-Dunn, Christopher. 1982. "The uses of formal comparative research on dependency theory and the world-system perspective" pp. 117-140 in Harry Makler, Alberto Martinelli and Neil Smelser (eds.) The New International Economy Beverly Hills: Sage.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1983. "Socialist state policy in the capitalist world-economy." In Patrick McGowan and Charles H. Kegley (eds.) Foreign Policy and the Modern World System, Vol. 7, Sage International Yearbook of Foreign Policy Studies.
Chase-Dunn. 1983. "Three approaches to the kernel of the capitalist
world-economy." In William R. Thompson (ed.) Contending Approaches to
World System Analysis.
Chase-Dunn. 1983. "Inequality, structural mobility and dependency reversal
in the capitalist world-economy." In Charles F. Doran et al. (eds.) North-South
Relations: Studies of Dependency Reversal.
Chase-Dunn. 1984. "The world-system since 1950: what has really
changed?" In Charles Bergquist (ed.) Labor in
the World Economy.
Chase-Dunn. 1985. "The system of world cities: A. D. 800-1975." In
Michael Timberlake (ed.) Urbanization in the World Economy.
Chase-Dunn. 1985. "Historical development of the global political
economy." In W. Ladd Hollist and F. Lamond Tullis (eds.) A Global
Political Economy, Vol. 1 of the International Political Economy Yearbook.
Chase-Dunn. 1985. "El fenomeno de primacia de una ciudad an los sistemas urbanos latinoamericanos: su surgimiento," Pp. 27-46 in J. E. Hardoy
and A. Portes (eds.) Ciudades
y Sistemas Urbanos: Economia Informal y Desorden Espacial.
Chase-Dunn. 1987. "Cycles, trends or transformation?: The world-system
since 1945," Pp. 57-84 in Terry Boswell and Albert Bergesen
Chase-Dunn. 1987. "The Korean Trajectory in the world-system," Pp.
270-304 in Kyong-dong Kim (ed.) Dependency Issues
in Korean Development: Comparative Perspectives.
Chase-Dunn and Kenneth O'Reilly. 1989. "Core wars of the future" Pp.
47-64 in Robert K. Schaeffer (ed.) War in the World-System.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, 1990 "The limits of hegemony," in David P. Rapkin (ed.) World Leadership and Hegemony, Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner.
Chase-Dunn, 1992 "The role of cities in the transformation of
world-systems" Volker Bornschier and Peter Lengyel (eds.) World Society Studies, Volume 2.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, 1990 "Socialism and capitalism on a world scale" Pp. 67-86 in William K. Tabb (ed.) The Future of Socialism, New York: Monthly Review Press.
Chase-Dunn, 1992 "The spiral of capitalism and socialism," in Louis
F. Kriesberg (ed.) Research in Social Movements,
Conflict and Change, Volume 14.
Christopher Chase-Dunn. 1992. "Theoretical Approaches to world-systems analysis." Pp. 3-20 in Chronis Polychroniou (ed.) Perspectives and Issues in International Political Economy, Westport, CT.: Praeger.
Chase-Dunn, 1994 "The Gulf War and the World-System." Pp. 198-217 in
John O'Loughlin, Thomas Mayer and Edward S. Greenberg
(eds.) War and Its Consequences: Lessons from the
Chase-Dunn 1993 "Technology and the logic of world-systems" Pp.
85-106 in Ronen P. Palan and Barry Gills (eds.) Transcending
the State-Global Divide: The Neo-Structuralist Agenda
in International Relations.
Chase-Dunn, "United States culture and world culture." pp. 37-62 in Manwoo Lee, Su-Hoon Lee, Francine
Fournier and Tae-Ho Yoo (eds.) Culture and
Development in a new Era and in a Transforming World.
Chase-Dunn, "Comment on Edward Schortman and
Patricia Urban's 'Living on the edge: core/periphery
relations in ancient southeastern
Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall, "Cross-world-system comparisons:
similarities and differences," Pp. 109-135 in Stephen Sanderson (ed.) Civilizations
and World Systems Studying World-Historical Change.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Peter Grimes, "World-Systems Analysis." Annual Review of Sociology 1995. 21:387-417.
Chase-Dunn "World-systems: similarities and differences" Pp. 246-258
in The Underdevelopment of Development: Essays in honor of Andre Gunder Frank.
Thomas D. Hall and Christopher Chase-Dunn "Comparing world-systems: concepts and hypotheses" Pp. 13-28 in Peter N. Peregrine and Gary M. Feinman (eds.) Pre-Columbian World-Systems Madison, WI.: Prehistory Press 1996.
Bornschier and Christopher Chase-Dunn 1999
"Technological change, globalization and hegemonic rivalry" in V. Bornschier and C. Chase-Dunn (eds.) The Future of
Christopher Chase-Dunn "Globalization: a world-systems perspective" In Jose Ciprut (ed.) Of Fears and Foes: International Relations in an Evolving Global Political Economy. (forthcoming).
Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1998 "The historical evolution of
world-systems: interations and transformations,"
in Gerhard Preyer (ed.) Strukturelle
Evolution un das Weltsystem.
Chase-Dunn "Forward" Pp. xi-xiii in P. Nick Kardulias
(ed.) World-Systems Theory in Practice.
Boswell and Christopher Chase-Dunn 2000 "From state socialism to global
democracy: the transnational politics of the modern world-system." Pp.
289-306 in Thomas D. Hall (ed.) A World-Systems Reader: New Perspectives on
Gender, Urbanism, Cultures, Indigenous Peoples, and Ecology.
Christopher and Thomas D. Hall. 2000. "Comparing World-systems
to Explain Social Evolution." Pp. 85-111 in World System
History: The Social Science of Long-Term Change, edited by Robert Denemark, Jonathan Friedman, Barry K. Gills, and George Modelski.
Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall. "Paradigms Bridged: Institutional
Materialism and World-Systemic Evolution," for Structure, Culture, and
History, 2000 edited by Sing Chew and David Knottnerus.
Christopher Chase-Dunn 2001 "Globalization from below in Guatemala" in C. Chase-Dunn, Nelson Amaro and Susanne Jonas (eds.) Globalization on the Ground: Postbellum Guatemalan Democracy and Development. 2001 Rowman and Littlefield.
Chase-Dunn, 2001"Globalization From Below: Toward a Collectively Rational
and Democratic Global Commonwealth" in G. Kohler and E.J.Chaves
(eds.), Globalization: Critical Perspectives.
Chase-Dunn, 2001 "World-Systems Theorizing" in Jonathan Turner (ed.) Handbook
of Sociological Theory.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Andrew Jorgenson 2003, "Systems of Cities," in Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll. Encyclopedia of Population. Vol. 1. Pp. 379-398.New
York: Macmillan Reference . USA
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Barry Gills 2005 “Waves of globalization and resistance in the capitalist world system: social movements and critical globalization studies.” Pp. 45-54 in Richard Appelbaum and William Robinson (eds.) Critical Globalization Studies.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Alexis Alvarez and Daniel Pasciuti, 2005 “World-systems in the biogeosphere: three thousand years of urbanization, empire formation and climate change.” Pp. 311-332 in Paul Ciccantell, Gay Seidman and David A. Smith (eds.) Nature, Raw Materials, and Political Economy. JAI/Elsevier.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Alexis Alvarez, and Daniel Pasciuti "Power and
Size; urbanization and empire formation in world-systems" Pp. 92-112
in C. Chase-Dunn and E.N. Anderson (eds.) The Historical Evolution of
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Daniel Pasciuti, Alexis Alvarez and Thomas D. Hall. 2006 “Waves of Globalization and Semiperipheral Development
in the Ancient Mesopotamian and Egyptian World-Systems” Pp. 114-138 in Barry Gills and William R. Thompson (eds.),
Globalization and Global History
: Routledge. London
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 2006 “Ecological degradation and the evolution of world-systems”
Pp. 231-252 in Andrew Jorgenson and Edward Kick (eds.) Globalization and the Environment.
: Brill. Leiden
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Ellen Reese 2007 “The World Social Forum: a global party in the making?” Pp. 53-92 in Katrina Sehm-Patomaki and Marko Ulvila (eds.) Global Political Parties,
: Zed Press. London
Chase-Dunn, Ellen Reese, Mark Herkenrath, Rebecca Giem, Erika Guttierrez, Linda
Kim, and Christine Petit, “North-South Contradictions and
Bridges at the World Social Forum” 2008 Pp341-366 in Rafael Reuveny and William R. Thompson (eds.) NORTH
AND SOUTH IN THE WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Andrew Jorgenson 2007 “Trajectories of trade and investment globalization”
Pp. 165-185 in Ino Rossi (ed.) Frontiers of Globalization Research: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Thomas D. Hall and Peter Turchin 2007 “World-systems in the biogeosphere:
urbanization, state formation and climate change since the Iron Age” Pp.
132-148 in Alf Hornborg and Carole Crumley (eds.) The
World System and the Earth System: Global Socioenvironmental
Cahnge and Sustainability Since the Neolithic.
Ellen Reese, Christopher Chase-Dunn, Erika Gutierrez, Rebecca Álvarez, Linda Kim, and Christine Petit (forthcoming) “ Unions and the World Social Forum Process:
Report from the
WSF05 Survey” Forthcoming in Jerry Harris (ed.) GSA Papers 2007: Contested
Terrains of Globalization.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Hiroko Inoue, Alexis
Alvarez and Richard Niemeyer 2009 “Global State Formation and Global Democracy:
a World Historical Perspective” Pp. 65-84 in Yildiz Atasoy (ed) Hegemonic Transitions,,the State and Crisis
in Neoliberal Capitalism.
Hall, Thomas D., Christopher Chase-Dunn and Richard Niemeyer. 2009 “The Roles of Central Asian Middlemen and
in Afro-Eurasian World-System Synchrony.” Pp. 69-82 in The Rise of Marcher States Asiaand the Transformation of the World-System, Political Economy of the World-System Annuals. Vol XXX, edited by Ganesh K. Trinchur. : Paradigm Press. Boulder, CO
C.K. Chase-Dunn 2008 “The world-system as a social problem” in Vincent Parrillo (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Sage:
, CA http://www.sagepub.com/refbooksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book229800 Thousand Oaks
C.K. Chase-Dunn ,(2008),WORLD URBANIZATION: THE ROLE OF SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS IN HUMAN SOCIAL EVOLUTION, in World System History, [Eds. George Modelski,Robert A.Denemark], in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford ,UK, [http://www.eolss.net]
C. Chase-Dunn and R.E. Niemeyer 2009 “The world revolution of 20xx” Pp. 35-57 in Mathias Albert, Gesa Bluhm, Han Helmig, Andreas Leutzsch, Jochen Walter (eds.) Transnational Political Spaces. Campus Verlag: Frankfurt/
C. Chase-Dunn and Terry Boswell 2009 “Semiperipheral devolopment and global democracy” PP 213-232 in Owen Worth and Phoebe Moore, Globalization and the “New” Semiperipheries, Palgrave.
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Matheu
Kaneshiro 2009 “Stability and Change in the contours
of Alliances Among movements in the social forum process” Pp. 119-133 in David Fasenfest (ed.) Engaging
Chase-Dunn, Richard Niemeyer, Alexis Alvarez and Hiroko Inoue 2009 “Scale
transitions and the evolution of global governance since the Bronze Age” Pp.
261-284 in William R. Thompson (ed.) Systemic
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Thomas D. Hall. 2011“East and West in world-systems evolution” Pp. 97-119 in Patrick Manning and Barry K. Gills (eds.) Andre Gunder Frank and Global Development, London: Routledge.
Chase-Dunn, C. and Hiroko Inoue 2011 “Immanuel Wallerstein”
Pp. 395-411 in George Ritzer and Jeffrey Stepnisky (eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell
Companion to Major Social Theorists, Volume 2, Contemporary Social Theorists.
Thomas Hall and Christopher Chase-Dunn 2009 “Changement social er integration des reseaux d’change dans la longue duree” Pp 159-190 in Philippe BEAUJARD, Laurent BERGER & Philippe NOREL (eds.) Histoire globale, mondialisations et capitalisme Paris: éditions La découverte, collection Recherches.
Reprint of Chapter 1 of Jackie Smith et al Global Democracy and the WSFs, “Globalization and the Emergence of the World Social Forums” Pp. 277-293, Manfred B. Steger (ed.) 2010 Globalization: the Greatest Hits Boulder: CO: Paradigm publishers).
Christopher Chase-Dunn 2011 “Evolution of Nested
Networks in the Prehistoric U.S. Southwest: A Comparative World-Systems
Approach” Pp. 251-273 in Leonid E. Grinen, Andrey V. Lorotayev, Robert L. Carneiro and
Fred Spier (eds.) Evolution: Cosmic, Biological, Social .
Chase-Dunn, C and Thomas D. Hall 2012 “Global Scale Analysis in Human History” Pp. 185-200 in Douglas Northrop, (ed.) A
Companion to World History. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Roy Kwon 2012 “Crises and Counter-Movements in World Evolutionary Perspective” Pp. 43-70 in Christian Suter and Mark Herkenrath (eds.) World Society in the Global Economic Crisis. Berlin: LIT Verlag
C. Chase-Dunn and Bruce Lerro 2012”Democratizing global governance: strategy and tactics” Pp. 39-64 in Thomas E. Reifer (ed.) Global Crises and the Challenges of the 21st Century. Boulder, CO: Paradigm
C. Chase-Dunn 2013 “Brics And A Potentially Progressive Semiperiphery” ZNET, Friday, March 29, also published Pp 56-58 in Patrick Bond (Ed.) Brics in Africa: anti-imperialist, sub-imperialist of in between? Centre for Civil Society, University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal.
C. Chase-Dunn and Roy Kwon 2012 “Continuidades e transformacoes na evolucao do sistemas-mundo” Pp. 97-136 in Vieira, Pedro Antonio, Rosangela de Lima Vieira and Felipe Amin Filomeno (eds.) 2012 Brasil e Capitalismo Historico: Passado e Presente na Analise dos Sistemas-Mundo. Sao Paolo, Brazil: Cultura Academica Editora
"Who gets what and why: a review of Samir Amin's Unequal Development, Michael Lipton's Why Poor People Stay Poor, and Robert W. Tucker's The Inequality of Nations, "Working Papers for a New Society, VI, 2,80-86. March/April, 1978.
"Family life and economic institutions: a review essay on Eli Zaretzky's Capitalism, The Family and Personal Life," with Andrew Cherlin. Contemporary Sociology 8, 1:62-4 (1979).
world-system perspective on Cardoso and Faletto's Dependency
and Development in
"Unequal development: a review of Samir Amin's Unequal Development." Insurgent Sociologist, 8,1:78-81 (Winter, 1978).
"Review of Working for Capitalism by Richard Pfeffer." Insurgent Sociologist, IX, 4:93-95. (Spring, 1980).
of Is The Red Flag Flying: The Political Economy of the
"Review of Crisis: In the World Economy" by Andre Gunder Frank. In Economic Development and Cultural Change 31, 2:410-416, January 1983.
"Review of The World-System of Capitalism: Past and Present." Edited by Walter Goldfrank. Social Forces, 59, 4:1323-1324 (1981).
"Review of Raymond C. Kelly, The Nuer Conquest: The Structure and Development of An Expansionist System." PEWS News, Summer, 1988.
"Review of Matthew Melko and Leighton R. Scott (eds.) The Boundaries of Civilizations in Space and Time." Comparative Civilizations Review, 20, Spring, 1989.
"Review of Thomas D. Hall, Social Change in the Southwest, 1350-1880." Contemporary Sociology 19,3:370-1, May, 1990.
"Review of Ross Hassig's Aztec Warfare: Imperial Expansion and Political Control." Comparative Civilizations Review 24:101-105 (Spring, 1991).
"Review of Dale Tomich's Slavery
in the Circuit of Sugar:
"Review of Norman Yoffee and George Cowgill (eds.) The Collapse of Ancient States and Civilizations." Contemporary Sociology, 21,5:689-90 (September) 1992.
"Review of Giovanni Arrighi's Long Twentieth Century and Eric Hobsbawm's The Age of Extremes" Contemporary Sociology, 25,2:161-65.
"Review of William P. Robinson's Promoting Polyarchy. Contemporary Sociology. 26,6:726-7 (November).
"Review of Ankie M. M Hoogvelt's Globalization and the Postcolonial World. The Journal of Asian Studies 1999:805-6.
"Review of Andre Gunder Frank's Reorient: Global Economy in the Asian Age. American Journal of Sociology, January, 2000.
“Review of George Modelski, World
Cities: -3000 to 2000
Review of Saskia Sassen’s
Territory*Authority*Rights (Princeton University Press 2006) in Contemporary Sociology 37,1:77. 2008 (with Kirk
essay on Giovanni Arrighi’s Adam Smith in Beijing,
Review of Heikki
Patomaki’s The Political Economy of Global
Security: War, Future Crises and Changes in Global Governance (
Chase-Dunn review of Sylvia Walby, Globalization and Inequalities: Complexity and Contested Modernities Sage, 2011 Contemporary Sociology 40, 1: 98-99 (January)
Review of new edition of Immanuel Wallerstein’s Modern World-System, Volume 1. Berkeley,
Review of Julian Go’s Patterns of Empire. American Journal of Sociology vol. 118, no. 5 (March 2013)
Review of Jackie Smith and Dawn Wiest, Social Movements in the World-System Mobilizations
Christopher Chase-Dunn "History Recycled."
Christopher Chase-Dunn "Agricultural Genomics: the focus on solutions." Fiat Lux February 2001.
Christopher Chase-Dunn, “Globalization and global democracy” Riverside Learning is Forever (LIFE) Society. January 19, 2006
Christopher Chase-Dunn, “Economic and political globalization” “Let’s talk” with Barbara Moore, KVCR Interview, January 20, 2006.
Chase-Dunn, “The Rise and Collapse of Civilizations” Presentation at the
Christopher Chase-Dunn, ”Transnational social movements and global party formation” UCR Affiliates, March 6, 2006.
“Evolution of global governance and networks of transnational social movements.” A talk presented at the Orfalea Center, UC Santa Barbara, March 6, 2009. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxNgOkU6NzY&feature=related
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Roy Kwon, A keynote address presented at the international conference on “The Global Economic Crisis: Perceptions and Impacts” September 10-11, 2010 The World Society Foundation, University of Zurich. “Crises and Counter-Movements in World Evolutionary Perspective”
Christopher Chase-Dunn, “World-systems in California and California in the World-System” A keynote address given at the annual meeting of the California Sociological Association, Berkeley, CA November 4-5, 2011
Director: Institute for Research on World-Systems 2000-present
Co-Director (with Juliann Allison), Program on Global Studies, UCR campus arm of the Institute on Global Cooperation and Conflict (MRU based at UCSD) 2002-present
Member, Faculty Panel on Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series, Mary Robinson, University of California-Riverside, Fall 2005.
Member, Senate Committee on Academic Personnel, 2005-2008
Member, Senate International Education Committee, 2005
Search committee for the Director of the
Faculty Advisor: UCR Model UN project. 2004-present.
Faculty Advisor: CALPIRG, 2002-present
Member and co-chair : UCR Faculty Association
Member, UCR Academic Senate Graduate Council 2011-
Chair, UCR Academic Senate Graduate Council Subcommittee on Courses and Programs 2012-
Chase-Dunn and Alice Willard, "Systems of
cities and world-systems: settlement size hierarchies and cycles of political
centralization, 2000 BC-1988AD" A paper presented at the International
Studies Association meeting, March 24-27, 1993,
Chase-Dunn, Edward Clewett and Elaine Sundahl, " A very small world-system in
Northern California: the Wintu and their
neighbors." A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for
Chase-Dunn and Mahua Sarkar,
"Place names and intersocietal interaction: Wintu
expansion into Hokan territory in late prehistoric
Northern California," A paper presented a the
annual meeting of the Society for Economic Anthropology,.
Chase-Dunn and Elena Ermolaeva, "The ancient Hawaiian
world-system: research in progress," A paper presented at the annual
meeting of the International Studies Association, March 29, 1994,
of world-systems development: cities, empires and climate change."
An unfunded proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation.
Among Core States: World-System Cycles and Trends"
An unfunded proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (Sociology Program), January 23, 1996.
Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall
The Chesapeake World-System: complexity, hierarchy and pulsations of long range interaction in prehistory
A paper presented at the International Studies Association,
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Upward Sweeps in the Historical Evolution of World-Systems IROWS Working Paper #20
#49 Christopher Chase-Dunn and James Love, Social Movement Networks as Reflected in Web Publications
#50 Christopher Chase-Dunn, Richard Niemeyer, Preeta Saxena, Matheu Kaneshiro, James Love and Amanda Spears,
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Hiroko Inoue, Can You Really Study the World-System in Second Life? IROWS Working Paper #51
#53 Christopher Chase-Dunn, Hiroko Inoue, Alexis Alvarez, Kirk Lawrence and James Love
#56 James Love, Alexis Alvarez, Hiroko Inoue, Kirk Lawrence, Evelyn Courtney, Edwin Elias, Tony Roberts,
Joseph Genova, Victoria Autelli, Sean Liyanage, Joshua Hopps and Chris Chase-Dunn
#57 Christopher Chase-Dunn and Shoon Lio “Global Class Formation and the New Global Left in World Historical Perspective”
#58 Christopher Chase-Dunn, Matheu Kaneshiro, James Love, Kirk Lawrence and Edwin Elias,
#59 Anthony Roberts, Joseph Genova, James Love, Kirk Lawrence, Hiroko Inoue, Evelyn Courtney, Edwin Elias
and Christopher Chase-Dunn, Semiperipheral Development in the Mediterranean World
#69 “Governance of the Global City: The Rise of Global Democracy in the 21st Century”, Christopher Chase-Dunn
#76 Latin America in the World-System: world revolutions, semiperipheral development and the evolution of global governance Christopher Chase-Dunn and Alessandro Morosin
#78 Contemporary Semiperipheral Development: The Regimes and Movements. C. Chase-Dunn
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Hiroko Inoue, Alexis Álvarez, Andrew Owen and Eugene N. Anderson
#80 The Prehistory of Money in Southern California Christopher Chase-Dunn, Eugene N. Anderson, Hiroko Inoue, and Alexis Álvarez