1. Michael Burawoy – Introducing Global Sociology
This is an experimental course in pursuit of the idea of a global sociology. It involves conversations between sociology students at the University of California, Berkeley and scholars from around the world. Each week the conversation is recorded (2011) and then made available to a global audience through the International Sociological Association. The videos can be viewed here.
There is also a blog associated with the course that can be found at:
2. David Harvey – The History of Neoliberalism
3. Michael Watts – Oil, Dispossession and Violence
4. Ananya Roy – Poverty Capitalism and Micro-Finance
5. Walden Bello – Global Institutions and Civil Society
6. Ching Kwan Lee – The Enigma of Chinese Capitalism
7. Sari Hanafi – Politics of Spacio-cide in Palestine
8. Laleh Behbehanian – State Counter-terrorism as a Global project
9. Peter Evans – Counter-Hegemonic Globalization
10. Edward Webster – Global Labor from a Southern Perspective
11. Amita Baviskar – Politics of Environmentalism: An Indian Perspective
12. Erik Wright – Real Utopias in and Beyond Capitalism
13. César Rodriguez-Garavito – Social Minefields in Latin America
14. Burawoy and Behbehanian – What have we learned?