Imagining Globalization: Power-Geometries of Time-Space
There are, as we know, many ways of imagining globalization. They vary in terms of their empirical content, in terms of the structures of their conceptualization, in terms of the implicit or explicit periodizations which they envisage, and so forth. It is impossible, and probably undesirable, to legislate on one interpretation over others.
KeywordsFree Trade World Trade Organization Economic Globalization Temporal Sequence Spatial Difference
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Bhabha, H. (1994), The Location of Culture (London: Routledge).Google Scholar
- Gray, J. (1996), After Social Democracy (London: Demos).Google Scholar
- Hall, S. (1996), ‘When was the “post-colonial”? Thinking at the limit’, in I. Chambers and L. Curti (eds), The Post-Colonial Question (London: Routledge), pp. 242–60.Google Scholar
- Hall, S. (1995), ‘New Cultures for Old’, in D. Massey and P. Jess (eds), A Place in the World? Places, Cultures and Globalization (The Open University with Oxford University Press), pp. 175–213.Google Scholar
- Hirst, P., and Thompson, G. (1996a), Globalization in Question (Oxford: Polity).Google Scholar
- Hirst, P., and Thompson, G. (1996b), ‘Globalization: Ten Frequently Asked Questions and Some Surprising Answers’, Soundings, number 4, pp. 47–66.Google Scholar
- James, C. L. R. (1938), The Black Jacobins (London: Allison and Busby).Google Scholar
- King, R. (1995), ‘Migrations, Globalization and Place’, in D. Massey and P. Jess (eds), A Place in the World? Places, Cultures and Globalization (The Open University with Oxford University Press), pp. 5–44.Google Scholar
- Massey, D. (1993), ‘Power-geometry and a Progressive Sense of Place’, in J. Bird, B. Curtis, T. Putnam, G. Robertson and L. Tickner (eds), Mapping the Futures (London: Routledge), pp. 59–69.Google Scholar
- Massey, D. (1994), ‘A Global Sense of Place’, in D. Massey, Space, Place and Gender (Oxford: Polity), pp. 146–56.Google Scholar
- Walker, R. B. J. (1993), Inside/Outside: International Relations as Political Theory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).Google Scholar