Author Archives: Stephen Gill

Robert W. Cox Memorial panel International Studies Association Toronto March 30, 2019

Here is the video link to the edited version of the Robert Cox Memorial panel that was hosted at the International Studies Association in March 2019 in Toronto.  Robert Cox was a great man and a great scholar.

It is posted as part of the British Academy/Leverhulme Foundation research project “Foundations of International Political Economy”, directed by Professors Alex Nunn and Stuart Shields in the UK.
Panel Participants:
Chair: Stephen Gill (York University)
Hélène Pellerin (University of Ottawa)
Randolph B. Persaud (American University)
V. Spike Peterson (University of Arizona)
Craig N. Murphy (Wellesley College)
James H. Mittelman (American University)
Eric Helleiner (University of Waterloo)

“Three Moments of Alienation: with reference to the organic crisis of the state, social reproduction, and the planet” (2017).

Bakker & Gill (2017) Three moments of alienation and the crisis of social reproduction” (2017).

Paper and presentation. By Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill. Presented at the the Symposium “Alienation and Appropriation Today”, University of Liverpool, UK 13 July 2017. This is a brief paper with a sketch of some of our possible ideas concerning the concept of alienation.

“Access and Inclusion/Exclusion in Global Governance” 2018

“Access and Inclusion/Exclusion in Global Governance” (2018).” (2018).

This is a historically grounded paper that looks at the long historical sweep of global governance associated with the emergence of merchant, industrial and 20th-century forms of capitalism. It is connected to and builds from my edited work “Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance: Reimagining the Future” (Palgrave 2015). The paper was to open the conference of the same name, in Barcelona, (11 & 12 January 2018, Organized by ESADEgeo (ESADE Business School Centre for Global Economy and Geopolitics) and IBEI (Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals).

“The Constitution of Global Capitalism” (2000)

Gill 2000 Constitution of Global Capitalism” (2000)

I have many requests for this paper which was originally presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Los Angeles in 2000, and subsequently posted on a website called Global Site. Unfortunately appears to have disappeared and as a result I am posting here on my website, and for reasons that escape me, I never tried to have it published.