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Mapping the Mercantilist World Economy

This semester I get to teach Economic Geography, a Sophomore-level course in our International Studies program. I use World Systems and World History perspectives, both of which favor a global scale of analysis (the course textbook is Knox, Agnew & … Continue reading

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Some recent translation work

Out at last! This collection of essays on Morocco’s colonial past was edited by my friend and colleague Driss Maghraoui, AUI’s resident contemporary historian. Several years ago (more than I like to tell), when the publication project was still embryonic, … Continue reading

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