2 edition of Colonialism, 1870-1945 found in the catalog.
D. K. Fieldhouse
SCAR cop. has imprint: London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson. Bibliography: p. 124-137.
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The Creoles of Sierra Leone: Responses to Colonialism, Madison: U of Wisconsin Press, Stafford, Robert A. "Geological Surveys, Mineral Discoveries, and British Expansion " Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (12/3) Geschichte der Welt Weltmärkte und Weltkriege. Akira Iriye, Jürgen Osterhammel, Preview this book Er veröffentlichte unter anderem «Orientalism and Race» () sowie «Between Colonialism and Diaspora» (). Antoinette Burton hat die Catherine C.-and-Bruce-A.-Bastian-Professur für Globale und Transnationale Studien.
Fieldhouse, D. K., Colonialism – An Introduction (New York: St. Martin's, ) Fieldhouse, David, “Arrested Development in Anglophone Black Africa?” in Gifford and Louis (eds.), Decolonization and African Independence, –Author: Neta C. Crawford. The people were weary of talk about the glory of empire, and wanted the government to concentrate on the needs of its citizens at home. "Conquering these new areas cost money, as did setting up the governments to run them," wrote William W. Lace in The British Empire: The End of Colonialism. By , Britain no longer had the money or the will.
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David Kenneth Fieldhouse, FBA (7 June – 28 October ) was an English historian of the British Empire who between and held the Vere Harmsworth Professorship of Imperial and Naval History at the University of ly the world's "leading imperial economic historian" he is most well known for his book, Economics and Empire, – (), which offered a.
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Jurgen Osterhammel, author and co-editor of works on topics as diverse as the British empire, China, and Max Weber, declares that "the task of this book is to construct a theoretical and historical overview of colonialism with a minimum of value judgements." (p.
Colonialism, – An Introduction (New York, ), 1–8. For an important critical discussion that emphasizes the variability of forms of colonialism and the importance of un-derstanding them locally, see Nicholas Thomas, Colonialism’s Culture: Anthropology, Travel, and Government (Princeton, ).
Buy Colonialism, An Introduction by D. Fieldhouse (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. This is a little book about a big subject. Jurgen Osterhammel, author and co-editor of works on topics as diverse as the British empire, China, and Max Weber, declares that "the task of this book is to construct a theoretical and historical overview of colonialism with a minimum of value judge‐ ments." (p.
Along the way, he promises to. This book deals with maritime workers, seafarers and merchant shipping in the Indian subcontinent during a crucial period of the British Empire. It examines the recruitment and control of coolies and seafarers, their social and regional composition, wages, itineraries, work, voyages, as well as patterns of resistance.
This volume also explores the importance of Indian labour in the context of. Colonialism an introduction D.K. Fieldhouse. Fieldhouse, D. (David Kenneth) Book. English. Published London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, c Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at University Library.
University Library – One available in Main FIE Barcode Shelfmark Loan type. Of these international events fromthe Age of Imperialism, World War I, and the Great Depression had worldwide impacts on economic and social issues. Imperialism in the late 19th century became a competition among European countries to take control of as many areas in Africa before the others show more content.
Globalizing Labour. Indian Seafarers and World Shipping, C. by G Balachandran and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at book, Colonialism, An Introduc-tion. This is no bland survey of the subject. VICTORIAN STUDIES. 91 As in the past, Fieldhouse's overriding pur-pose is to offer, "a variable alternative to the Marxist view of modern colonialism" (p.
vii). The provocative thesis he proposes is. This bestselling brief book uses diverse real-world examples to show readers the value of avoiding simplifications in politics, the relevance of government, and the importance of participation. Capitalism and Colonialism in Late 19th Century Europe, The Creoles of Sierra Leone: responses to colonialismBritannia’s Children.
The age of colonialism began aboutfollowing the European discoveries of a sea route around Africa’s southern coast () and of America (). Colonialism thus expanded by conquest and settlement after a period of extensive exploration.This second part of the book concludes with two chapters that present a compelling periodization of modern capitalist imperialism: 1) classical imperialism (–), book-ended by the U.S.
Civil War and unification of Germany on one end and the Second World War on the other; 2) superpower imperialism (–), characterized by two.The Origin of the term. The word Imperialism was first used in the international scene around to describe the effort of a state or a people to impose rule (Imperium) on others.
It is a hybrid term that can mean many things e.g. cultural or economic Imperialism. If one narrowly links the meaning of the word to its etymology it relates to the formation of an Empire and can be applied.