global-e

The Global Studies Consortium maintains close ties to global-e, a global studies e-journal published by the 21st Century Global Dynamics research cluster at UCSB.

Latest articles from global-e:


The Disenchantment of Civil Society in the New Global Postcolony

Women protest naked in Ekiti, Nigeria, in September 2009 demanding that Dr. Fayemi be declared winner of Ekiti gubernatorial election rerun.

By Laura Grillo

March 14, 2019

More than mere civic-minded community, a public-spirited citizenry working cooperatively in the public interest as a complement to…

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The Frontier of Science Diplomacy

crewmembers of STS-131 and Expedition 23 aboard the International Space Station, 2010

By Zoran R. Vitorović

March 7, 2019

[T]he role of science diplomacy should be to find and communicate new models and new paradigms to understand the varying academic,…

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Europe’s Melancholias and the Crisis of Multidirectional Memory

By Eve Rosenhaft

February 28, 2019

[T]he memory claims of non-Jewish victims of Nazism (on the one hand) and challenges to the legitimacy of Israel’s domestic and…

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Conceptualizing Asian Globalization

Battle between Mongols & Chinese (1211). Jami' al-tawarikh, by Rashid al-Din, 14th century.

By Habibiul Haque Khondker

February 21, 2019

[O]vercoming the binary of Europe and Asia [posits] Eurasia as a geographical and historical entity to highlight both geographical…

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Redefining Humane Treatment after 9/11

shrouded prisoner at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq stands on box, electrical wires attached to hands wires

By George Andreopoulos

February 14, 2019

While prior to 9/11, having reached a certain degree of consensus on impermissible conduct irrespective of its specific designation…

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