Theme: Society & Culture | Content Type: Book review

When the World was not Eurocentric

Vassilis Fouskas


Niek van Son

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After reading the first twenty or so pages of this book, I was tempted to assume that it is an ambitious project attempting to read Fernand Braudel from an Asian perspective, or re-making and refining arguments previous rehearsed by such authors as Giovanni Arrighi, Kenneth Pomeranz or John Hobson. But as I continued reading, I realised that this is something novel and authentic.

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    Vassilis Fouskas

    Vassilis Fouskas is Professor of International Relations and Director of the Centre for the Study of States, Markets and People (STAMP) at the University of East London.

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