1 Global Why Global Gifts, Global Demands Global Data Global Narratives 2 Global How Globalization Global Studies Spring Cleaning 3 Forty-Four Theses on Globalization 4 Pattern Analysis Shortcuts Tools Pattern Analysis 5 Histories of Globalization Presentism and Eurocentrism World Histories Units of Analysis Oriental Globalization Retiming Globalization 6 Decentering Rome Greco-Roman History Ask What Rome Can Do for Globalization Rome Is Globalized and Globalizing 7 DNA and Connectivity Coming Home to Globalization DNA Analysis Identity and Time 8 Technology and ConnectivityInstrumentalism, Tech Optimism Tech and Hegemony, WikiLeaks and SnowdenTransparency from Above, from Below What Is Truth? Tech and Institutions 9 Art and Connectivity Civilizations and Osmosis Power and Patronage Modern Syntheses Contemporary Art/Contemporary Globalization Distributed Consciousness 10 Borders and Connectivity, Enlargement-and-ContainmentBoundaries and Borders Enlargement-and-Containment, Debordering and Rebordering 11 Paradoxes of Populism Authoritarianism and Rightwing Populism Paradoxes of Populism Long Waves Deglobalization or Reorganization of Globalization? Afterword References Index
Jan Nederveen Pieterse is Duncan Mellichamp Distinguished Professor of Global Studies and Sociology at University of California Santa Barbara, USA. He specializes in globalization, development studies and cultural anthropology.