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|American political thought||
Full course with audio lectures, lecture notes, readings, video lectures etc.. It studies writings and speeches, covering a wide selection of...
|Political philosophy, Politics, John Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau, Montesquieu, Government, Equality, Democracy, Colonialism, Capitalism||view|
|Persuasive landscapes: representations of Victoria Falls and colonial migration in the mid-nineteenth century by Chala Dodds||
This article studies the representations of Victoria Falls through David Livingstone’s descriptions in Missionary Travels and Researches in South...
|Cacao and colonialism: examining the intersection between science and commerce in the life and work of Sir Hans Sloane by Sarah Gray Isenberg||
Sir Hans Sloane, who would become the founder of the British Museum, sourced his early knowledge of natural history from Jamaica, acquired during...
|The Power behind the Pearl by Dana MacMillan||
This article will focus on two sixteenth-century portraits of powerful men adorned with pearls, with both works connected by...
|Elizabethan, Portraits, Colonialism||view|
|Monumental Imperialism in Ceylon: Celebrating Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee and the Copying of the Sigiriya Frescoes in 1897 by Nishantha de Silva||
Abstract: Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 likely marked the apogee of the British Empire and was widely celebrated throughout her...
|19th century, Victorian Culture, Colonialism, British empire, Ceylon, Sri Lanka, Statue, Sigiriya, George Wade, HCP Bell||view|
|‘The ign’rant present’s all’: acts of listening and silencing in early colonial New South Wales by James Bonney||
This study excavates divergent approaches to the British colonial project by analysing two artefacts created by British colonial officials living...
|‘Kind words from a distant friend are the most precious of all gifts’: manifesting colonial power under the guise of ‘gift’, from India to Iraq by Nesma Shubber||
Beyond mere expressions of sentimentality or altruism, gifts are mechanisms of exchange providing sociological and anthropological insights into...