3 edition of Studies in British imperial history found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Gordon Martel.|
|Contributions||Thornton, A. P., Martel, Gordon.|
|LC Classifications||DA16, DA16 S89 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 231 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||231|
‘A Good West Indian, a Good African, and, in Short, a Good Britisher’:1 Black and British in a Colour-Conscious Empire, – The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol. 36, Issue. 3, p. The Cambridge School of historiography was a school of thought which approached the study of the British Empire from the imperialist point of view. It emerged especially at the University of Cambridge in the s. John Andrew Gallagher () was especially influential, particularly in his article with Ronald Robinson on "The Imperialism of Free Trade".
John MacDonald MacKenzie FRHistS FRSE (born 2 October ) is a British historian of imperialism who pioneered the study of popular and cultural imperialism, as well as aspects of environmental has also written about Scottish migration and the development of museums around the world. He is Emeritus Professor of imperial history at Lancaster . Praise "Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire: Creating an Imperial Commons will prove invaluable to scholars working on imperial print cultures, attempting to think globally in Victorian or American studies, or otherwise seeking to unfield British Empire studies."— Kellie D. Holzer, History: Reviews of New Books "Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire sketches an .
Unearthing the Past to Forge the Future: Colin Mackenzie, the Early Colonial State, and the Comprehensive Survey of India Studies in British and Imperial History: : Wolffhardt, Tobias: BooksAuthor: Tobias Wolffhardt. Barbara Bush’s Imperialism and Postcolonialism is thus a rather more innovative work than most in this rather crowded field. It brings together critical discussion of a huge range of works and ideas both in ‘traditional’ imperial history and in the newer genres of colonial and postcolonial studies.
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Studies in British Imperial History Essays in Honour of A.P. Thornton. Authors: Martel, Gordon, Lavender, Wayne Free Preview.
Studies in British Imperial History Essays in Honour of A.P. Thornton. Editors (view affiliations) Gordon Martel; Book. Mackenzie King’s Perceptions of British Intentions at the Imperial Conference.
John M. Carland. Pages Emergencies and Elections in India. Low. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About. Studies in British Imperial History Essays in Honour of A.P. Thornton by Gordon Martel. Published August by St. Martin's Press. Written in EnglishCited by: 4.
This series aims at critically exploring that contribution, analyzing the political, social, and cultural history of Britain, the British Empire, and the Commonwealth and its member promotes comparative and transnational approaches to history and welcomes studies which explore British history from various disciplinary perspectives, in its.
Roundtable: Imperial History by the Book: A Roundtable on John Darwin's The Empire Project. Introduction: Empire of the Book. Journal of British Studies Cited by: 8. In an age when both the traditional book form and the world that the British Empire made are arguably in crisis, it is remarkable that big books on British imperialism abound.
Contributors to this roundtable assess scale and genre as well as content in their discussion of the claims and impact of John Darwin's tome, The Empire : Alan Lester. Imperial history—particularly British Imperial history—to those of Global history, that it is getting harder to disentangle the two.
Despite this we argue that, whilst both fields are overlapping and heterogeneous, historians should reflect more explicitly on the methodological differences that exit between them. In the process we point outFile Size: KB. Settlers, soldiers, convicts – those people who freshly populated the empire – were often recruited to the imperial cause as a result of the failures of government in the British Isles.
In this impressive and ambitious survey Dr Bayly studies the rise, apogee and decline of what has come to be called the Second British Empire' -- the great expansion of British dominion overseas (particularly in Asia and the Middle East) during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic era that, coming between the loss of America and the subsequent partition of Africa, constitutes the central phase of British imperial by: The Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies series is a collection of studies on empires in world history and on the societies and cultures which emerged from colonialism.
It includes both transnational, comparative and connective studies, and studies which address where particular regions or nations participate in global phenomena.
Series: Studies in British and Imperial History (Book 1) Paperback: pages; Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (March 1, ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewAuthor: Christiane Eisenberg, Deborah Cohen.
Imperial contributions had considerably strengthened the British war effort (more thanmen from the overseas empire died in the war; the dominions and India signed the Versailles Treaty and joined the League of Nations), but at the same time expectations were raised among colonial populations that an increased measure of self-government.
Introduction, A.P. Thornton, realism tempered by wit / by Nicholas Mansergh --A system of commands / Robin Winks --An Imperial idea and its friends / Ged Martin --The Imperial historian as colonial nationalist / Deryck Schreuder --The Raj as daydream / Edward Ingram --Shadow and substance: Mackenzie King's perceptions of British intentions at.
About Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. This is a series of monographs and studies covering many aspects of the history of the British Isles between the late fifteenth century and the early eighteenth century.
It includes the work of established scholars and pioneering work by a new generation of scholars. Series: Studies in British and Imperial History (Book 5) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (May 1, ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewCited by: 1.
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Learn more Emancipation and the remaking of the British Imperial world (Neale UCL Studies in British History) 1st EditionFormat: Hardcover. This is a book for students of modern British history and all those interested in it concentrating on an oft-ignored period in the history of the British Empire - the emergence and decline of the Second Empire between and The book examines the effect of "empire" not only in the regions colonized: Asia and.
Volume 13 Volume 12 Volume 11 Volume 10 Volume 9 Volume 8 Volume 7 Volume 6 Volume 5 Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1. In A New Imperial History: Culture, Identity and Modernity in Britain and the Empire, –, ed. K. Wilson (Cambridge, ), one of a very few books which Dirks cites published in the s, one might also highlight the essay of P.
J. Stern, ‘“Rescuing the age from a charge of ignorance”: gentility, knowledge, and the British.The subject is a broad one, but can be approached holistically given the proliferation of quality overviews of the Empire's history.
The course focuses upon a number of key themes within the study of British imperial history and allows a wide range of choice for students in approaching their studies.