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Christopher Chase-Dunn Sociology 10 The City: An Introduction Constantinople
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Cities, empires and hegemony2 More reading: *Christopher Chase-Dunn and Alice  Willard, “Cities in the Central Political/Military  Network Since CE 1200: Size Hierarchy and  Domination” in  Cities Reader .
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Cities and Hegemony “Cities in the Central Political/Military network since CE 1200” rise and fall in hierarchical world-systems The city size distribution (again) The story of the Central System. (chronograph) Europe as a peripheral region in which states were weak. Semiperipheral conquest versus modern hegemonic rise and fall. City size distribution in Europe and in the Central System Central Urban population From Venice to Amsterdam The World City System in 1900
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Empire cities and the rise of semiperipheral capitalist city-states. The Phoenician capitalist city states. Venice and the European capitalist city-states. The story of Venice.
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Unformatted text preview: The doges. Protection rent. Violence controlling enterprises. The arsenal. From Venice to Amsterdam Home market size. Cities in a capitalist world-economy. Largest cities in the later Central System Largest empires in the Late Central System European Feudalism after the Fall of Rome: the manorial economy “View of Roman Ruins after Marco Ricci” J.B.Jackson’s woodcut in colour. Plate 29b between pages 98-99 of The Modern Woodcut by Herbert Furst and W. Thomas Smith. London. John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd. 1924. European feudalism: The manorial economy The mill at Bruges: fairs and capitalist city-states on the dorsal spine (the blue banana) City Size Distribution City Rank City Size big little Largest Smallest flat steep City-Size Distribution in Europe Standardize primacy in the central system Venice From venice to amsterdam From Venice to Amsterdam Amsterdam 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900...
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