Imperialism and Postcolonialism

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Routledge, 22 մյս, 2014 թ. - 304 էջ

This account of imperialism explores recent intellectual, theoretical and conceptual developments in imperial history, including interdisciplinary and post-colonial perspectives. Exploring the links between empire and domestic history, it looks at the interconnections and comparisons between empire and imperial power within wider developments in world history, covering the period from the Roman to the present American empire.

The book begins by examining the nature of empire, then looks at continuity and change in the historiography of imperialism and theoretical and conceptual developments. It covers themes such as the relationship between imperialism and modernity, culture and national identity in Britain.

Suitable for undergraduates taking courses in imperial and colonial history.

 

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Foreword
Publishers acknowledgements
Introduction
comparisons over time
theories concepts
modernity imperialism and antiWesternism
the case of Ireland
The colonial frontier and the nature of the colonial encounter
Culture and colonialism Imperial powerandcultural oppression
Case study 3 Culture and imperialism in British Africa
Representing empire
Case study 4 Representing empireinBritish culture
Recommended reading
Bibliography
Index

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Barbara Bush is a Professor of Imperial History at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Her key publications include Slave Women in Caribbean Society, 1650-1838 (1990), which was selected as a Choice Book of the Year in 1991; Imperialism, Race and Resistance:Africa and Britain, 1919-1945,(1999) and ‘Gender and Empire: The Twentieth Century’ in Gender and Empire, Oxford History of the British Empire, Companion Series (2004) edited by Philippa Levine.

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