Political Economy of the World System Award Recipients

The PEWS Section's Terrence K. Hopkins Graduate Student Award
Replaced the Terrence K. Hopkins Dissertation Award. First given in 2011.

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION

ARTICLE TITLE

2014

Anthony Roberts

University of California - Riverside

“Peripheral accumulation in the world economy: A cross-national analysis of the informal economy.”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology 54(5-6): 420-444, 2013.

2013

Brendan I. McQuade.

 

2012. "A Critical View of Counterinsurgency: World Relational State (De)Formation." Yonsei Journal of International Studies 4: 67-90.

2011

Kelly Austin.

  2010. “Soybean Exports and Deforestation from a World-Systems Perspective.” The Sociological Quarterly:51:511-536.

 


The PEWS Section's Terrence K. Hopkins Dissertation Award
Award named Terence K. Hopkins Dissertation Award in 1997; alternated year-to-year with the Distinguished Scholarship Award for an Article. Award was discontinued in 2007

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION AT TIME OF AWARD

DISSERTATION TITLE

2005

Chris Kollmeyer

University of California-Santa Barbara

"Globalization and Class Compromise: Political Change in 15 Advanced Capitalist Democracies, 1980-1999"

2003

Jon D. Carlson

Arizona State University

"The Expanding World-System and the Roots of Globalization"

2001

Teivo Teivainen

University of Helsinki

“Enter Economy, Exit Politics: Transnational Politics of Economism and Limits to Democracy in Peru”

1999

Kenneth James Barr

State University of New York, Binghamton

“The Metamorphosis of Business Enterprise”

1996

Edward McCaughan

University of California-Santa Cruz

"Global Change and Paradigm Crisis: The Renovation of Left Discourse in Cuba and Mexico"

1994

Wilma A. Dunaway

University of Tennessee

“The Incorporation of Southern Appalachia into the Capitalist World-Economy, 1700-1860”

 

 

The PEWS Section Distinguished Scholarship Award for an Article

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION AT TIME OF AWARD

OTHER/TITLE

2014 Co-winner

Paul Almeida

University of California - Merced

“Subnational opposition to globalization.”  Social Forces 90(4): 1051-1072, June 2012.

2014 Co-winner

Jennifer Bair and Phillip A. Hough

University of Colorado – Boulder and Florida Atlantic University

“The legacies of partial possession: From agrarian struggle to neoliberal restructuring in Mexico and Colombia.”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology 53(5-6): 345-366, 2012.

2013

Jon Shefner and Julie Stewart

 

2011. "Neoliberalism, Grievances and Democratization: An Exploration of the Role of Material Hardships in Shaping Mexico’s Democratic Transition." Journal of World-Systems Research 17: 353-378.

2012

Ho-fung Hung

Johns Hopkins University

2011.“Globalization and Global Inequality: Assessing the Impact of the Rise of China and India, 1980-2005” American Journal of Sociology, Vol 116, No. 5.

2011

Wilma Dunaway.

 

2010. “Nonwaged Peasants in the Modern World-System: African Households as Dialectical Units of Capitalist Exploitation and Indigenous Resistance, 1890-1930.” The Journal of Philosophical Economics: 4:1:19-57.

2010

Andrew Schrank

 

Homeward Bound? Interest, Identity, and Investor Behavior in a Third World Export Platform. American Journal of Sociology 114(1): 1-34.

2009

Gates, Leslie.

 

“Theorizing Business Power in the Semiperiphery: Mexico 1970-2000” Theory and Society. 38:57-95.

2006

Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz and Timothy Patrick Moran:

 

"Theorizing the Relationship between Inequality and Economic Growth" in Theory and Society, 34, 277-316 (2005).

2004

Ho-fung Hung

  2003. "Orientalist Knowledge and Social Theories: China and the European Conception of East-West Differences from 1600 to1900" in Sociological Theory, 21 (3: September).

2002

Jason Moore

Johns Hopkins University

“Environmental Crisis and the Metabolic Rift in World-Historical Perspective”

1998

Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz and Timothy P. Moran

University of Maryland

“World Economic Trends in the Distribution of Income, 1970-1992”

1996

Beverly Silver

Johns Hopkins University

“Labor Unrest and World-systems Analysis: Premises, Concepts, and Measurement.” And “World-Scale Patterns of Labor-Capital Conflict: Labor Unrest, Long Waves, and Cycles of World Hegemony”


 

Distinguished Scholarship Award for a Book

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION AT TIME OF AWARD

OTHER/TITLE

2014

Vivek Chibber

New York University

Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital (Verso, 2013)

2013

Evelyne Huber and John D. Stephens

 

Democracy and the left: social policy and inequality in Latin America.  (University of Chicago Press.  2012.)

2012

Xuefei Ren.

 

2011. Building Globalization: Transnational Architecture Production in Urban China. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press.)

2011

Winders, Bill

 

The Politics of Food Supply: U.S. Agricultural Policy in the World Economy. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

2010

Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz and Timothy Patrick Moran

 

Unveiling Inequality: A World Historical Perspective. New York : Russell Sage Foundation, 2009

2009

Chorev, Nitsan.

 

Remaking U.S. Trade Policy: From Protectionism to Globalization. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

2008 Co

Jennifer Bickham Mendez.

 

From the Revolution to the Maquiladoras: Gender, Labor, and Globalization in Nicaragua. Durham: Duke University Press.

2008 Co

Michael Goldman.

 

Imperial Nature: The World Bank and Struggles for Social Justice in the Age of Globalization. New Haven: Yale University Press.

2007 Co

Georgi M. Derluguian.

 

Bourdieu's Secret Admirer in the Caucasus: A World-System Biography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

2007 Co

Saskia Sassen.

 

 Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

2006 Co

Stephen G. Bunker and Paul S. Ciccantell.

 

 Globalization and the Race for Resources. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

2006 co

John Foran.

 

Taking Power: On the Origins of Third World Revolutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2005

John Talbot

University of the West Indies-Mona

Grounds for Agreement: The Political Economy of the Coffee Commodity Chain (Roman & Littlefield, 2004)

2003

Lauren Benton

Rutgers University

Law and Colonial Cultures: Legal Regimes in World History, 1400-1900

2002

Denis O’Hearn

Queens University

The Atlantic Economy: Britain, the United States, and Ireland

2001

Terry Boswell

Christopher Chase-Dunn

Emory University

University of California, Riveside

The Spiral of Capitalism and Socialism: Towards Global Democracy

2001

Giovanni Arrighi

Beverley J. Silver

John’s Hopkins University

Chaos and Governance in the Modern World System

2000

Andre Gunder Frank

University of Toronto

ReOrient: Global Economy in the Asian Age

1999

David Stark and Laszlo Bruszt

Columbia University and Central European University-Budapest

Postsocialist Pathways:Transforming Politics and Property in East Central Europe 

1998

Jeffrey Paige

University of Michigan

Coffee and Power: Revolution and the Rise of Democracy in Central America

1997

William I. Robinson

University of Tennessee

Promoting Ployarchy: Globalization, U.S. Intervention, and Hegemony

1996

Peter Evans

University of California-Berkeley

Embedded Autonomies and Industrial Transformation

1995

Giovanni Arrighi

SUNY-Binghamton

The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power, and the Origins of Our Times

1994

John Foran

University of California-Berkeley

Fragile Resistance: Social Transformation in Iran from 1500 to the Revolution

1993

Christian Sutter

University of Zurich

Debt Cycles in the World-Economy: Foreign Loans, Financial Crises, and Debt Settlements, 1820-1990

1992

Christopher Chase-Dunn

Johns Hopkins University

Global Formation: Structures of the World-Economy

1991

Dale W. Tomich

SUNY-Binghamton

Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848

1990

Janet Abu-Lughod

 

Before European Hegemony: The World System A.D. 1250-1350

1989

Stephen Bunker

 

Peasants Against the State

 

Distinguished Career Award (given occasionally)

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION AT TIME OF AWARD

OTHER

2009

Giovanni Arrighi

Johns Hopkins

 

2003

Immanuel Wallerstein

Yale University

 

1999

Janet Abu-Lughod

New School for Social Research

 

1997

Andre Gunder Frank

University of Toronto

Awarded for Distinguished Career in 1997, will resume to Article in 1998