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Lee, Richard E.

Richard E. Lee studies long-term, large-scale social change from the world-systems perspective. He teaches the theory and methodology of historical social science; the cultural construction of inequalities; structures of knowledge, cultural studies and science studies; and World-Systems Analysis at Binghamton University, USA. Professor Lee is Director of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems and Civilizations at SUNY-Binghamton University, New York. He is also Editor of Review.
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Knowledge Matters

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Knowledge Matters is a crucial step towards solving the structural crisis in how we understand our world. With the rise of capitalism came structures of knowledge that divided ‘facts’ (sciences) from ‘values’ (humanities), but these divisions are unsustainable in today’s society – as shown by Australia’s ongoing history wars.