The Arrighi Center’s Dan Pasciuti and Isaac Jilbert published an important piece on the political-economic roots of the recent unrest in Baltimore in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death. Their article, The Building Blocks of Deprivation, asks us to look at “how redevelopment has affected [Baltimore] city, exacerbating longstanding social divides and creating new ones […]
The Arrighi Center is sponsoring a workshop and seminars on “Land, Labor and Environmental Rights and Struggles” on March 23-27 2015 at the Johns Hopkins University. The event series include three seminars and a one-day workshop. For the full schedule please visit the Land-Labor Seminars page under Events.
The Arrighi Center would like to congratulate one of its post-docs, Sahan Savas Karatasli, for winning this year’s Theda Skocpol Dissertation Award from the Comparative and Historical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association. The selection committee, in announcing their award, wrote: “Savas Karatasli’s dissertation, “Financial Expansions, Hegemonic Transitions, and Nationalism: A Longue Durée Analysis […]