On this page you can find links for material on Uneven and Combined Development that appear elsewhere on the internet.
- A concise historical and conceptual introduction to U&CD with information on its contemporary applications can be found in the relevant Wikipedia page.
- Justin Rosenberg (University of Sussex) gave his professorial lecture on U&CD on February 2, 2014
- Justin Rosenberg (University of Sussex) presents the main theoretical claims of U&CD as part of the Open University’s videos on leading approaches of International Relations discipline.
- EH Carr Memorial Lecture, October 29th 2015: Justin Rosenberg (University of Sussex) argues that the discipline of International Relations should be re-grounded in the study of ‘multiplicity’, and advocates U&CD as an example of the difference this could make.
On September 5th-7th 2019, a conference on ‘Uneven and Combined Development for the 21st Century’ was held at the University of Glasgow.Below are links to the two keynote addresses of the conference.———————————-ROBERT BRENNER (September 5th):‘From Feudal Stagnation to Capitalist Dynamism: Uneven Development, Late Development, and Uneven and Combined Development’.Q&A starts at 1:02:20———————————-JUSTIN ROSENBERG (September 6th):Questions start at 00:54:20Response to Questions: 1:14:40