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 77: Fall 2017
Comments on “Civilizational Analysis and Paths Not Taken”
Johann P. Arnason
Narrativized Ethics and Hiroshima: Harry S. Truman, Homer, and Aeschylus
48th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations
Comparative Civilizations Review