Browsing Department of History and Civilization (HEC) by Subject "Globalization"
Title:Emperor’s new clothes? : using medieval history to reflect on the globalization paradigm Author(s):MCCLURE, JuliaDate:2017Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2017/01Abstract:This paper aims to give a face to the ‘globalization paradigm’ at work in some global histories and to recognize similarities between this meta-narrative coordination of space and time, and older meta-narratives of the ...
Title:The 'coalition of 'rye and iron'' under the pressure of globalization: a reinterpretation of Germany's political economy before 1914 Author(s):TORP, CorneliusDate:2010Citation:Central European history, 2010, 43, 3, 401-427Type:Article
Title:Bengali raw silk, the East India Company and the European global market, 1770-1833 Author(s):DAVINI, RobertoDate:2009Citation:Journal of global history, 2009, 4, 1, 57-79Type:ArticleAbstract:In 1769, the East India Company decided to transform the Bengali silk industry, and introduced Piedmontese reeling technologies and spatially concentrated working practices into the area. Although Bengali raw silk reeled ...