Publications

jwsr.PNG Karatasli, Sahan Savas (2019) ” Samir Amin Forum: The Twenty-First Century Revolutions and Internationalism: A World Historical Perspective”, Journal of World Systems Research, 25(2), 306-320
untitled Karatasli, Sahan Savas (2019) ” The Twenty-First Century Revolutions and Internationalism: A World Historical Perspective”, Globalizations.
Karatasli, Sahan Savas, and Sefika Kumral. (2019) “Capitalist development in hostile conjunctures: War, dispossession, and class formation in Turkey.” Journal of Agrarian Change 19.3: 528-549.
Karatasli, Sahan Savas. (2019). Rethinking the Evolution of the Capitalist World-Economy. PEWS News (Spring 2019, Issue 2)
Karatasli, Sahan Savas (2019). American Empire: A Global HistoryNew Global Studies
Karatasli, Sahan S. (2018).Political Economy of Secession: Global Waves of State-Seeking Nationalism,1492 to Present” in A. Bergesen & C. Suter (eds.) The Return of Geopolitics. Zurich: Lit, pp.69-95
Karatasli, Sahan S. & Kumral, S. (2018). Great Convergence of Third Great Divergence? Changes in the Global Distribution of Wealth, in P. Korzeniewicz. The World System as a Unit of Analysis: Past Contributions and Future Advances. Routledge, pp.36-49.
Sociology of Development Karatasli, Sahan S. (2017) “Capitalist World Economy in the Longue Duree: Changing Modes of the Global Distribution of Wealth, 1500-2008”. Sociology of Development 3(2): 163-195

  • 2018 Distinguished Publication Award (Winner) by Political Economy of the World-systems Section of the American Sociological Association
  • 2017 Best Faculty Article Award (Honorable Mention) by Sociology of Development Section of the American Sociological Association
mapping_a_new_world_order Karatasli, Sahan S., Kumral, S., Pasciuti D & Silver, B. (2017). World Hegemonies and Global Inequalities. in V. Popov & P. Dutkiewicz. Mapping a New World Order: The Rest Beyond the West. Edward Elgar, pp.23-37.
journal_wsr Karatasli, Sahan S. & Kumral, S. (2017) “Territorial Contradictions of the Rise of China: Geopolitics, Nationalism and Hegemony in Comparative-Historical Perspective” Journal of World Systems Research 23(1): 5-35
m_sf_96_1_cover.png Karatasli, Sahan S. (2017). “The Fall of the Turkish Model: How The Arab Uprisings Brought Down Islamic Liberalism“, Social Forces 96(1), e1-5.
ijpcs Karatasli, Sahan S. (2016) Communal Patriotism, Civic Nationalism and City-State Chauvinism: Transformation of Collective Identities in Northern Italy, 1050-1500International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society. 29(1), pp.73-101
journal_wsr Karatasli, Sahan S. (2015) The Origins of Turkey’s ‘Heterodox’ Transition to Neoliberalism: The Özal Decade and BeyondJournal of World Systems Research, Vol 21(2)
oxfordhandbook Silver, B. J & Karatasli, Sahan S. (2015) “Historical Dynamics of Capitalism and Labor Movements“, in Della Porta, Donatella and Diani, Mario (ed). Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
oxfordhandbook [Hungarian Translation]  Silver, B. J & Karatasli, S. S. (2016) “A kapitalizmus és a munkásmozgalmak történeti dinamikái – munka, kapitalizmus és mozgalomkutatás“, Eszmélet28. évf. 112. sz. (2016. tél).
chssave Karatasli, Sahan S. (2014) “World Hegemonic Crises and Rising Tides of Secessionism“, Trajectories (Comparative-Historical Section of the ASA), vol26(1), pp.85-89
overcoming Karatasli, Sahan S.; Kumral, S.; Scully, B.; Upadhyay, S. (2014). “Class, Crisis, and the 2011 Protest Wave: Cyclical and Secular Trends in Global Labor Unrest“, in Immanuel Wallerstein, Christopher Chase-Dunn and Christian Suter (eds). Overcoming Global InequalitiesNew York: Paradigm.
bjs2 Karatasli, Sahan S. & Kumral, S. (2013). “Financialization and International (Dis)Order: A Comparative Analysis of John Hobson and Karl Polanyi“, Berkeley Journal of Sociology. Vol 57 (1): Critical Approaches to Financialization, pp.40-73
ijss_journal.jpg Karatasli, Sahan S.; Aktas, F.; Fidan, M.; Senturk, S. (2012). “Fragments of Nations and Nationalisms: Towards a Typology of 21st Century Nationalisms”, International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol 4(1), pp. 325-334