New updates appear regularly (12 December, 2017)

Essays and interviews in Portuguese, French, Korean, Persian, Polish, Chinese, Turkish, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Arabic, Thai, Croatian, German, and other languages can be found here.

2017. Confronting the Popular Anthropocene: Toward an Ecology of HopeNew Geographies 09, 186-191.

2017. Metabolic Rift or Metabolic Shift? Dialectics, Nature, and the World-Historical MethodTheory & Society 46(4), 285-318.

2017. The Capitalocene, Part I: On the Nature and Origins of Our Ecological CrisisThe Journal of Peasant Studies 44(3), 594-630.

2017. The Capitalocene, Part II: Accumulation by Appropriation and the Centrality of Unpaid Work/EnergyThe Journal of Peasant Studies, in press.

2015. Nature in the Limits to Capital (and Vice Versa): Why Limits Thinking Has Been So Flawed and How to Start Fixing ItRadical Philosophy 193, 9-19.

2015. Cheap Food & Bad Climate: From Surplus Value in Negative Value in the Capitalist World-EcologyCritical Historical Studies 2(1), 1-42.

2014. The End of Cheap Nature, or, How I learned to Stop Worrying about ‘the’ Environment and Love the Crisis of Capitalism, in Structures of the World Political Economy and the Future of Global Conflict and Cooperation, C. Suter and C. Chase-Dunn, eds. Berlin: LIT, 285-314.

2014. Toward a Singular Metabolism: Epistemic Rifts and Environment-Making in the Capitalist World-EcologyNew Geographies 6, 10-19

2012. Cheap Food and Bad Money: Food, Frontiers, and Financialization in the Rise and Demise of NeoliberalismReview 33(2-3), 225-261.

2011. Ecology, Capital, and the Nature of Our Times:  Accumulation & Crisis in the Capitalist World-EcologyJournal of World-Systems Analysis 17(1), 108-147.

2011. Transcending the Metabolic Rift: A Theory of Crises in the Capitalist World-EcologyThe Journal of Peasant Studies 38(1), 1-46.

2011. Madeira, Sugar, & the Conquest of Nature in the ‘First’ Sixteenth Century, Part II: From Local Crisis to Commodity Frontier, 1506-1530Review 33(1), 1-24.

2010. Madeira, Sugar, & the Conquest of Nature in the ‘First’ Sixteenth Century, Part I: From ‘Island of Timber’ to Sugar Revolution, 1420-1506Review 32(4), 345-390.

2010. ‘Amsterdam is Standing on Norway’, Part I: The Alchemy of Capital, Empire, and Nature in the Diaspora of Silver, 1545-1648The Journal of Agrarian Change 10(1), 33-68.

2010. ‘Amsterdam is Standing on Norway’, Part II: The Global North Atlantic in the Ecological Revolution of the Seventeenth CenturyThe Journal of Agrarian Change 10(2), 188-227.

2010. The End of the Road? Agricultural Revolutions in the Capitalist World-Ecology, 1450-2010The Journal of Agrarian Change 10(3), 389-413

2010. ‘This lofty mountain of silver could conquer the whole world’: Potosí in the world-ecological revolution of the long seventeenth centuryJournal of Philosophical Economics 4(1), 58-103.

2003. Capitalism as World-Ecology: Braudel and Marx on Environmental HistoryOrganization & Environment 16(4), 431-458.

2003. Nature and the Transition from Feudalism to CapitalismReview: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center 26(2), 97-172

2003. The Modern World-System as Environmental History? Ecology and the Rise of CapitalismTheory & Society 32(3), 307-377.

2002. Remaking Work, Remaking Space: Spaces of Production and Accumulation in the Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1865-1920Antipode 34(2), 176-204.

2001. Capitalist Development in World-Historical Perspective, with Giovanni Arrighi, in Robert Albritton, et al., eds., Phases of Capitalist Development. New York: Palgrave, 56-75.

2000. Environmental Crises and the Metabolic Rift in World-Historical PerspectiveOrganization & Environment 13(2), 123-158.

2000. Marx and the Historical Ecology of Capital Accumulation on a World Scale: Comment on HornborgJournal of World-Systems Research 6(1), 134-139.

2000. Sugar and the Expansion of the Early Modern World-Economy: Commodity Frontiers, Ecological Transformation, and IndustrializationReview: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center 23(3), 409-433