The Comparative Civilizations Review publishes analytical studies and interpretive essays primarily concerned with (1) the comparison of whole civilizations, (2) the development of theories and methods especially useful in comparative civilization studies, (3) accounts of intercivilizational contacts, and (4) significant issues in the humanities or social sciences studied from a comparative civilizational perspective.
Current Number: Number 86: Spring 2022
Table of Contents
Ottomanism: A Transition from Byzantinism to Balkanism
Blagoj Conev PhD
The Developing Global Crisis and Survival of Human Civilizations
Michael M. Andregg Ph.D.
An Attempt to Arrive at the Meaning of Civilization as the Third Millennium Dawns
Mojtaba Sadeghi Independent Scholar
Letters to the Editor
Mamikon Airapetian. World Civilizations and Economic Cycles: A Comparative Historical Analysis. Part 1. Concepts and Determinants of World History. Moscow: Editorial URSS Publishers, 2020
David Christian. Maps of Time: An Introduction to Big History. University of California Press, New Edition, 2004. Leonid E. Grinin, Andrey V. Korotayev, Barry H. Rodrigue, eds. Evolution: A Big History Perspective. Volgograd: Uchitel Publishing House, 2011.
Stephen T. Satkiewicz