Theories of Imperialism

Theories of Imperialism PDF Author: Tom Kemp
Publisher: London : Dobson
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Category : Capitalism
Languages : en
Pages : 202

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Seminar on Intellectuals, the State, and Imperialism--Towards Intellectual Decolonisation

Seminar on Intellectuals, the State, and Imperialism--Towards Intellectual Decolonisation PDF Author:
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Category : Developing countries
Languages : en
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The New Imperialism

The New Imperialism PDF Author: Phillip Abbott Luce
Publisher:
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Category : Africa
Languages : en
Pages : 71

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American Imperialism in 1898

American Imperialism in 1898 PDF Author: Richard H. Miller
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN:
Category : Spanish-American War, 1898
Languages : en
Pages : 228

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Imperialism at Home

Imperialism at Home PDF Author: Susan Meyer
Publisher: Reading Women Writing
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 248

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The implicit link between white women and "the dark races" recurs persistently in nineteenth-century English fiction. Imperialism at Home examines the metaphorical use of race by three nineteenth-century women novelists: Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, and George Eliot. Susan Meyer argues that each of these domestic novelists uses race relations as a metaphor through which to explore the relationships between men and women at home in England. In the fiction of, for example, Anthony Trollope and Charles Dickens, as in nineteenth-century culture more generally, the subtle and not-so-subtle comparison of white women and people of color is used to suggest their mutual inferiority. The Bronte sisters and George Eliot responded to this comparison, Meyer contends, transforming it for their own purposes. Through this central metaphor, these women novelists work out a sometimes contentious relationship to established hierarchies of race and gender. Their feminist impulses, in combination with their use of race as a metaphor, Meyer argues, produce at times a surprising, if partial, critique of empire. Through readings of Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, The Mill on the Floss, Daniel Deronda, and Charlotte Brontë's African juvenilia, Meyer traces the aesthetically and ideologically complex workings of the racial metaphor. Her analysis is supported by careful attention to textual details and thorough grounding in recent scholarship on the idea of race, and on literature and imperialism.

The Congo Basin and the New Imperialism in France, 1879-85

The Congo Basin and the New Imperialism in France, 1879-85 PDF Author: George W. Fasel
Publisher:
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Category : Africa
Languages : en
Pages : 344

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Imperialism and the Great Fantasy (of Rulers in Greece)

Imperialism and the Great Fantasy (of Rulers in Greece) PDF Author: Yusuf Sarınay
Publisher:
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Category : Eastern question
Languages : en
Pages : 292

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Collaboration with American Imperialism to Dominate the World

Collaboration with American Imperialism to Dominate the World PDF Author:
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Category : Albania
Languages : en
Pages : 136

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Imperialism and Dependency in Latin America

Imperialism and Dependency in Latin America PDF Author: Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Publisher:
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Category : Imperialism
Languages : en
Pages : 44

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American Imperialism's Intervention in Vietnam

American Imperialism's Intervention in Vietnam PDF Author:
Publisher:
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Category : United States
Languages : en
Pages : 50

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