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A historical companion to postcolonial literatures : continental Europe and its empires, edited by Prem Poddar, Rajeev S. Patke and Lars Jensen, (electronic resource)

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A historical companion to postcolonial literatures : continental Europe and its empires
Title
A historical companion to postcolonial literatures
Title remainder
continental Europe and its empires
Statement of responsibility
edited by Prem Poddar, Rajeev S. Patke and Lars Jensen
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Language
eng
Summary
Provides an integrated and authoritative body of information about the political, cultural and economic contexts of postcolonial literatures that have their provenance in the major European Empires of Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain as well as places like Latin America and the Philippines
Dewey number
809.93358
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maps
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Poddar, Prem
  • Patke, Rajeev S.
  • Jensen, Lars
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  • Postcolonialism
  • Postcolonialism in literature
  • Literature
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A historical companion to postcolonial literatures : continental Europe and its empires, edited by Prem Poddar, Rajeev S. Patke and Lars Jensen, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Includes graphical cross-reference mapper
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Pierre-Philippe Fraiture
  • Charles Forsdick
  • The Algerian War
  • Nicholas Harrison
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Pierre-Philippe Fraiture
  • Anti-colonialism
  • Andy Stafford
  • Colonial Administration
  • Tony Chafer
  • Colonial Education
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Claire Griffiths
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • Maeve McCusker
  • Decolonisation
  • Stephen Tyre
  • Exploration and Travel
  • Aedín Ní Loingsigh
  • France in Asia and the Indian Ocean
  • Kate Marsh
  • France in North America
  • Maarten Couttenier
  • Bill Marshall
  • France in the South Pacific
  • Amanda Macdonald
  • Francophone
  • Margaret A. Majumdar
  • Francophone Black Atlantic
  • H. Adlai Murdoch
  • Francophone Caribbean
  • Martin Munro
  • Haiti
  • Anti-colonial Resistance
  • Mariana Past
  • Historiography
  • Stephen Tyre
  • Imperial Policy
  • Tony Chafer
  • Internal Colonialism
  • Éamon Ó Ciosáin
  • Massacres
  • Charles Forsdick
  • Migrancy
  • Carina Yervasi
  • Aedín Ní Loingsigh
  • Narratives and Fictions of Empire
  • David Murphy
  • Negritude
  • Patrick Corcoran
  • Neo-colonialism
  • Andy Stafford
  • North Africa and the Middle East
  • Patrick Crowley
  • Orientalism and Exoticism
  • The 'Arab Campaign'
  • Siobhán Shilton
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Andy Stafford
  • Religion
  • Kamal Salhi
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • Maeve McCusker
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • David Murphy
  • Tirailleurs Sénégalais
  • Philippe Marechal
  • Charles Forsdick
  • Women's Histories
  • Winifred Woodhull
  • Part IV.
  • Germany and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • African Playground
  • Nana Badenberg
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Colonial and Postcolonial Exhibitions
  • H. Glenn Penny
  • Anti-colonial Struggles
  • Tanja Bührer
  • Askari and Askari Myth
  • Michelle Moyd
  • Berlin Conference
  • Tanja Bührer
  • Black Germans
  • Eve Rosenhaft
  • Cameroon
  • Sabine Cornélis
  • Ralph A. Austen
  • Colonial Administration
  • Jürgen Zimmerer
  • Colonial Culture-Impact on Germany
  • Alexander Honold
  • Comics and the Belgian Congo
  • Part I.
  • Nancy Rose Hunt
  • Évolués
  • Priscilla Ringrose
  • Historiography : The Belgian Congo
  • Pascale Stacey and Victoria Reid
  • Imperial Policy
  • Martin Shipway
  • Simon Kimbangu
  • Anne Mélice
  • Leopold II
  • Introduction
  • Lieve Spaas
  • Patrice Émery Lumumba
  • Carina Yervasi
  • Missionaries in the Congo
  • Pascale Stacey
  • Mobutu
  • Priscilla R. Appama
  • Narratives of Empire : (Post)colonial Congo
  • Pierre Halen
  • The Red Rubber Scandal
  • Postcolonial Europe / Prem Poddar
  • Aisling Campbell
  • The Rwanda Genocide of the 1990s
  • Colette Braeckman
  • André Ryckmans / Heidi Bojsen
  • Pierre Ryckmans
  • Thérèse Dé Raedt
  • The Scramble for the Congo
  • Colette Braeckman
  • Tippu Tip
  • Fiona Barclay
  • Rajeev S. Patke
  • Part II.
  • Denmark and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Lars Jensen
  • Abolition of Slavery
  • Lars Jensen
  • Anthropology
  • Greenland and Colonialism
  • Ole Høiris
  • Charter Companies
  • Lars Jensen
  • Lars Jensen
  • Colonial Exhibitions
  • Cheralyn Mealor
  • Creolisation
  • Heidi Bojsen
  • The Greenlandic Colonial Administration
  • Mette Rønsager
  • Greenlandic Writers
  • Karen Langgård
  • N.F.S. Grundtvig
  • Part II.
  • Lars Jensen
  • Thorkild Hansen and the Critique of Empire
  • Marianne Stecher-Hansen
  • Historiography
  • Michael Bregnsbo
  • Home Rule
  • Lars Jensen
  • Migrancy
  • Kirsten Hvenegård-Lassen
  • Missions in the Danish-Norwegian Colonies
  • Belgium and its Colonies
  • Louise Sebro
  • Modernisation of Greenland
  • Klaus Georg Hansen
  • Narratives and Fictions of Empire
  • Claire Thomson
  • Orientalism and Exoticism
  • John Botofte
  • Race and Ethnicity, Greenland
  • Karen Langgård
  • Knud Rasmussen
  • Introduction
  • Nanna Folke Olsen
  • Thule
  • Pia Krüger Johansen
  • Tropical Colonies
  • Esther Fihl
  • Viking Settlements
  • Lasse Wolsgård
  • PartIII.
  • France and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Colonial Revisionism
  • Women's Histories
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Part VI.
  • The Netherlands and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Luc Allofs [and others]
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Anti-colonial Resistance
  • Reinier Salverda and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Susann Lewerenz
  • Edgar Cairo
  • Wim Rutgers
  • Colonial Administration
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Counts of Orange
  • Eric Martone
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • Reinier Salverda, Patricia Krus, and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Critique of Imperialism/Anti-colonialism
  • Reinier Salverda and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Colonialism and African Writing
  • December Killings
  • Patricia Krus
  • Decolonisation
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • The Dutch in the Caribbean
  • Wim Rutgers
  • The Dutch in Colonial America
  • Richard C. Kagan
  • The Dutch Colonisation of N. America
  • J.P. Alessi
  • Nina Berman
  • The Dutch in Brazil
  • Mark Meuwese
  • The Dutch in Taiwan
  • Richard C. Kagan
  • Albert Helman
  • Wim Rutgers
  • Historiography
  • Reinier Salverda, P. Krus and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Immigration in the Netherlands
  • Jeroen Doomernik
  • Commercial Ethnographic Exhibitions
  • Missionaries and Religion
  • Reinier Salverda and Wim Rutgers
  • Narratives of Empire
  • Reinier Salverda, Wim Rutgers, and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Nationalism/Nationhood
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Orientalism/Exoticism
  • Reinier Salverda and Wim Rutgers
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Hilke Thode-Arora
  • Race and Language in South Africa
  • Annemie van Niekerk
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • Reinier Salverda and P. Krus
  • Women's Histories
  • Reinier Salverda, Patricia Krus, Annemie van Niekerk
  • Part VII.
  • Other Europes
  • Clash of Civilisations
  • Couze Venn
  • German East Africa
  • The Jewish Diaspora
  • Ilan Pappe
  • Postcolonial Russia
  • Ewa Thompson
  • Postcolonial Sweden
  • Sheila Ghose
  • Turkey
  • Hamit Bozarslan
  • Part VIII.
  • Portugal and Its Colonies
  • Christian Geulen
  • German New Guinea
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • Colonial Education
  • German Samoa
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • German South-West Africa
  • Daniel J. Walther
  • Herero Genocide
  • Jürgen Zimmerer
  • Historiography
  • Sebastian Conrad
  • Hybridity and Race Relations
  • Frank Becker
  • Sven Werkmeister
  • Kiaochow
  • Klaus Mülhahn
  • The Language Question
  • Sven Werkmeister
  • Missions
  • Ulrich van der Heyden
  • NS-Colonialism
  • Dirk van Laak
  • Orientalism
  • Nina Berman
  • Colonial Literature
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Michael Schubert
  • Slavery, the Slave Trade and Abolition
  • J.-G. Deutsch and M. Zeuske
  • Togo
  • Peter Sebald
  • The Versailles Conference
  • Boris Barth
  • West Africa : 17th-18th Century
  • Ulrich van der Heyden
  • Alexander Honold
  • Women's Histories
  • Lora Wildenthal
  • Part V.
  • Italy and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Ruth Ben-Ghiat
  • Adwa
  • Alessandro Triulzi
  • Albania
  • Nicola Mai
  • Colonial Migration and the Law
  • Anthropology and Ethnology
  • Barbara Sòrgoni
  • Anti-colonial Resistance in Eastern Libya
  • Ali Abdullah Ahmida
  • Anti-colonial Resistance in Italian East Africa
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Dodecanese Islands
  • Nicholas Doumanis
  • Eritrea to 1935
  • Tekeste Negash
  • Pascal Grosse
  • Ethiopian War
  • Nicola Labanca
  • Fictions and Narratives of Empire
  • Charles Burdett
  • Antonio Gramsci and the Southern Question
  • Nelson Moe
  • Haile Selassie
  • William R. Scott
  • Historiography
  • Nicola Labanca
  • Colonial Monuments
  • Immigration
  • Jacqueline Andall
  • Italian East Africa
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Italophone Literature
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop
  • Land Expropriations
  • Federico Cresti
  • Land Settlements
  • Federico Cresti
  • Joachim Zeller
  • Libya
  • Mia Fuller
  • Orientalism
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop
  • Racial Policies
  • Barbara Sòrgoni
  • The Sanusi Order or Sanusiyya, 1837-1932
  • Ali Abdullah Ahmida
  • Somalia before 1935
  • Tekeste Negash
  • Amílcar Cabral
  • Hibridación (Hybridity)
  • Joshua Lund
  • Indigeneity
  • Gustavo Verdesio
  • Indigenismo and Mestisaje
  • Javier Sanjinés
  • Latin American Critical Thought
  • Michael Handelsman
  • Marianisation in the Philippines
  • Evelyn A. Miranda
  • Claire Williams
  • Marronage and Rebellion
  • Juan Antonio Hernández
  • The Philippines-Mexico Connection
  • Jaime Veneracion
  • The Popol Wuj
  • Carlos Lopez
  • Postcoloniality and Alternative Histories
  • Julia Suárez Krabbe
  • Fausto Reinaga
  • Marcia Stephenson
  • The Carnation Revolution
  • The Role of Literature in Filipino Resistance
  • Maria Luisa T. Reyes
  • Spain, Modernity, and Colonialism
  • John Beverley
  • Spanish Colonialism in a World Perspective
  • Julia Suárez Krabbe
  • The Túpac Amaru Rebellion
  • John Beverley
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • Charter Companies/Prazos
  • Corrado Tornimbeni
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • David Brookshaw
  • Explorations and Discoveries
  • Isabel Moutinho
  • Introduction
  • FRELIMO (Mozambique)
  • David Robinson
  • FRETILIN and Xanana Gusmão
  • Anthony Soares
  • The Frontline States
  • David Robinson
  • Goa
  • Claire Williams
  • Henry the Navigator
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Historiography
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Independence Movements (Azores and Madeira)
  • Carmen Maria Ramos Villar
  • The Liberation Wars and Decolonisation
  • Norrie MacQueen
  • Lusophone African Literature
  • Russell Hamilton
  • Lusotropicalism, Race and Ethnicity
  • Anna Klobucka
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Samora Machel
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Eduardo Mondlane
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Moorish Portugal
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • MPLA (Angola)
  • Hélia Santos
  • Agostinho Neto
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Miguel Vale de Almeida
  • Orientalism in the Lusophone World
  • Ana Maria Mão-de Ferro Martinho
  • Overseas Provinces/The Colonial Act
  • Robert Moser
  • PAIGC (Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde)
  • Claire Williams
  • Pepetela
  • Igor Cusack
  • Postcolonial African Immigration to Portugal
  • Sheila Khan
  • Anti-colonial Struggles
  • RENAMO (Mozambique)
  • David Robinson
  • Salazar and the New State
  • Victor J. Mendes
  • Dom Sebastião
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • David Brookshaw
  • Timor and Indonesia : shared currents
  • Anthony Soares
  • David Robinson
  • UNITA (Angola)
  • Hélia Santos
  • Vasco da Gama
  • Claire Williams
  • Women's Histories
  • Hilary Owen
  • Part IX.
  • Spain, Latin America and The Philippines
  • Introduction
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • The Brazilian Independence Process
  • The Andean Avant-Garde
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • Andean Textiles
  • Denise Arnold
  • Anti-Colonial Struggle
  • Arturo Arias
  • Arturo Borda
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • 'Calibán'
  • John Beverley
  • Claire Williams
  • Christian Influences on Philippine Society
  • Dante L. Ambrosio
  • Colonial Baroque
  • John Beverley
  • Colonialism and Popular Culture
  • Denise Arnold
  • Discovery and Conquest
  • Gonzalo Lamana
  • Uriel Garcia
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
Control code
ocn550477882
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (liii, 633 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781849724531
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)550477882
Label
A historical companion to postcolonial literatures : continental Europe and its empires, edited by Prem Poddar, Rajeev S. Patke and Lars Jensen, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Includes graphical cross-reference mapper
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
other
Contents
  • Pierre-Philippe Fraiture
  • Charles Forsdick
  • The Algerian War
  • Nicholas Harrison
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Pierre-Philippe Fraiture
  • Anti-colonialism
  • Andy Stafford
  • Colonial Administration
  • Tony Chafer
  • Colonial Education
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Claire Griffiths
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • Maeve McCusker
  • Decolonisation
  • Stephen Tyre
  • Exploration and Travel
  • Aedín Ní Loingsigh
  • France in Asia and the Indian Ocean
  • Kate Marsh
  • France in North America
  • Maarten Couttenier
  • Bill Marshall
  • France in the South Pacific
  • Amanda Macdonald
  • Francophone
  • Margaret A. Majumdar
  • Francophone Black Atlantic
  • H. Adlai Murdoch
  • Francophone Caribbean
  • Martin Munro
  • Haiti
  • Anti-colonial Resistance
  • Mariana Past
  • Historiography
  • Stephen Tyre
  • Imperial Policy
  • Tony Chafer
  • Internal Colonialism
  • Éamon Ó Ciosáin
  • Massacres
  • Charles Forsdick
  • Migrancy
  • Carina Yervasi
  • Aedín Ní Loingsigh
  • Narratives and Fictions of Empire
  • David Murphy
  • Negritude
  • Patrick Corcoran
  • Neo-colonialism
  • Andy Stafford
  • North Africa and the Middle East
  • Patrick Crowley
  • Orientalism and Exoticism
  • The 'Arab Campaign'
  • Siobhán Shilton
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Andy Stafford
  • Religion
  • Kamal Salhi
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • Maeve McCusker
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • David Murphy
  • Tirailleurs Sénégalais
  • Philippe Marechal
  • Charles Forsdick
  • Women's Histories
  • Winifred Woodhull
  • Part IV.
  • Germany and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • African Playground
  • Nana Badenberg
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Colonial and Postcolonial Exhibitions
  • H. Glenn Penny
  • Anti-colonial Struggles
  • Tanja Bührer
  • Askari and Askari Myth
  • Michelle Moyd
  • Berlin Conference
  • Tanja Bührer
  • Black Germans
  • Eve Rosenhaft
  • Cameroon
  • Sabine Cornélis
  • Ralph A. Austen
  • Colonial Administration
  • Jürgen Zimmerer
  • Colonial Culture-Impact on Germany
  • Alexander Honold
  • Comics and the Belgian Congo
  • Part I.
  • Nancy Rose Hunt
  • Évolués
  • Priscilla Ringrose
  • Historiography : The Belgian Congo
  • Pascale Stacey and Victoria Reid
  • Imperial Policy
  • Martin Shipway
  • Simon Kimbangu
  • Anne Mélice
  • Leopold II
  • Introduction
  • Lieve Spaas
  • Patrice Émery Lumumba
  • Carina Yervasi
  • Missionaries in the Congo
  • Pascale Stacey
  • Mobutu
  • Priscilla R. Appama
  • Narratives of Empire : (Post)colonial Congo
  • Pierre Halen
  • The Red Rubber Scandal
  • Postcolonial Europe / Prem Poddar
  • Aisling Campbell
  • The Rwanda Genocide of the 1990s
  • Colette Braeckman
  • André Ryckmans / Heidi Bojsen
  • Pierre Ryckmans
  • Thérèse Dé Raedt
  • The Scramble for the Congo
  • Colette Braeckman
  • Tippu Tip
  • Fiona Barclay
  • Rajeev S. Patke
  • Part II.
  • Denmark and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Lars Jensen
  • Abolition of Slavery
  • Lars Jensen
  • Anthropology
  • Greenland and Colonialism
  • Ole Høiris
  • Charter Companies
  • Lars Jensen
  • Lars Jensen
  • Colonial Exhibitions
  • Cheralyn Mealor
  • Creolisation
  • Heidi Bojsen
  • The Greenlandic Colonial Administration
  • Mette Rønsager
  • Greenlandic Writers
  • Karen Langgård
  • N.F.S. Grundtvig
  • Part II.
  • Lars Jensen
  • Thorkild Hansen and the Critique of Empire
  • Marianne Stecher-Hansen
  • Historiography
  • Michael Bregnsbo
  • Home Rule
  • Lars Jensen
  • Migrancy
  • Kirsten Hvenegård-Lassen
  • Missions in the Danish-Norwegian Colonies
  • Belgium and its Colonies
  • Louise Sebro
  • Modernisation of Greenland
  • Klaus Georg Hansen
  • Narratives and Fictions of Empire
  • Claire Thomson
  • Orientalism and Exoticism
  • John Botofte
  • Race and Ethnicity, Greenland
  • Karen Langgård
  • Knud Rasmussen
  • Introduction
  • Nanna Folke Olsen
  • Thule
  • Pia Krüger Johansen
  • Tropical Colonies
  • Esther Fihl
  • Viking Settlements
  • Lasse Wolsgård
  • PartIII.
  • France and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Colonial Revisionism
  • Women's Histories
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Part VI.
  • The Netherlands and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Luc Allofs [and others]
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Anti-colonial Resistance
  • Reinier Salverda and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Susann Lewerenz
  • Edgar Cairo
  • Wim Rutgers
  • Colonial Administration
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Counts of Orange
  • Eric Martone
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • Reinier Salverda, Patricia Krus, and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Critique of Imperialism/Anti-colonialism
  • Reinier Salverda and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Colonialism and African Writing
  • December Killings
  • Patricia Krus
  • Decolonisation
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • The Dutch in the Caribbean
  • Wim Rutgers
  • The Dutch in Colonial America
  • Richard C. Kagan
  • The Dutch Colonisation of N. America
  • J.P. Alessi
  • Nina Berman
  • The Dutch in Brazil
  • Mark Meuwese
  • The Dutch in Taiwan
  • Richard C. Kagan
  • Albert Helman
  • Wim Rutgers
  • Historiography
  • Reinier Salverda, P. Krus and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Immigration in the Netherlands
  • Jeroen Doomernik
  • Commercial Ethnographic Exhibitions
  • Missionaries and Religion
  • Reinier Salverda and Wim Rutgers
  • Narratives of Empire
  • Reinier Salverda, Wim Rutgers, and Annemie van Niekerk
  • Nationalism/Nationhood
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Orientalism/Exoticism
  • Reinier Salverda and Wim Rutgers
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Reinier Salverda and Patricia Krus
  • Hilke Thode-Arora
  • Race and Language in South Africa
  • Annemie van Niekerk
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • Reinier Salverda and P. Krus
  • Women's Histories
  • Reinier Salverda, Patricia Krus, Annemie van Niekerk
  • Part VII.
  • Other Europes
  • Clash of Civilisations
  • Couze Venn
  • German East Africa
  • The Jewish Diaspora
  • Ilan Pappe
  • Postcolonial Russia
  • Ewa Thompson
  • Postcolonial Sweden
  • Sheila Ghose
  • Turkey
  • Hamit Bozarslan
  • Part VIII.
  • Portugal and Its Colonies
  • Christian Geulen
  • German New Guinea
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • Colonial Education
  • German Samoa
  • Birthe Kundrus
  • German South-West Africa
  • Daniel J. Walther
  • Herero Genocide
  • Jürgen Zimmerer
  • Historiography
  • Sebastian Conrad
  • Hybridity and Race Relations
  • Frank Becker
  • Sven Werkmeister
  • Kiaochow
  • Klaus Mülhahn
  • The Language Question
  • Sven Werkmeister
  • Missions
  • Ulrich van der Heyden
  • NS-Colonialism
  • Dirk van Laak
  • Orientalism
  • Nina Berman
  • Colonial Literature
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Michael Schubert
  • Slavery, the Slave Trade and Abolition
  • J.-G. Deutsch and M. Zeuske
  • Togo
  • Peter Sebald
  • The Versailles Conference
  • Boris Barth
  • West Africa : 17th-18th Century
  • Ulrich van der Heyden
  • Alexander Honold
  • Women's Histories
  • Lora Wildenthal
  • Part V.
  • Italy and its Colonies
  • Introduction
  • Ruth Ben-Ghiat
  • Adwa
  • Alessandro Triulzi
  • Albania
  • Nicola Mai
  • Colonial Migration and the Law
  • Anthropology and Ethnology
  • Barbara Sòrgoni
  • Anti-colonial Resistance in Eastern Libya
  • Ali Abdullah Ahmida
  • Anti-colonial Resistance in Italian East Africa
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Dodecanese Islands
  • Nicholas Doumanis
  • Eritrea to 1935
  • Tekeste Negash
  • Pascal Grosse
  • Ethiopian War
  • Nicola Labanca
  • Fictions and Narratives of Empire
  • Charles Burdett
  • Antonio Gramsci and the Southern Question
  • Nelson Moe
  • Haile Selassie
  • William R. Scott
  • Historiography
  • Nicola Labanca
  • Colonial Monuments
  • Immigration
  • Jacqueline Andall
  • Italian East Africa
  • Ruth Iyob
  • Italophone Literature
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop
  • Land Expropriations
  • Federico Cresti
  • Land Settlements
  • Federico Cresti
  • Joachim Zeller
  • Libya
  • Mia Fuller
  • Orientalism
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop
  • Racial Policies
  • Barbara Sòrgoni
  • The Sanusi Order or Sanusiyya, 1837-1932
  • Ali Abdullah Ahmida
  • Somalia before 1935
  • Tekeste Negash
  • Amílcar Cabral
  • Hibridación (Hybridity)
  • Joshua Lund
  • Indigeneity
  • Gustavo Verdesio
  • Indigenismo and Mestisaje
  • Javier Sanjinés
  • Latin American Critical Thought
  • Michael Handelsman
  • Marianisation in the Philippines
  • Evelyn A. Miranda
  • Claire Williams
  • Marronage and Rebellion
  • Juan Antonio Hernández
  • The Philippines-Mexico Connection
  • Jaime Veneracion
  • The Popol Wuj
  • Carlos Lopez
  • Postcoloniality and Alternative Histories
  • Julia Suárez Krabbe
  • Fausto Reinaga
  • Marcia Stephenson
  • The Carnation Revolution
  • The Role of Literature in Filipino Resistance
  • Maria Luisa T. Reyes
  • Spain, Modernity, and Colonialism
  • John Beverley
  • Spanish Colonialism in a World Perspective
  • Julia Suárez Krabbe
  • The Túpac Amaru Rebellion
  • John Beverley
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • Charter Companies/Prazos
  • Corrado Tornimbeni
  • Creolisation and Creoleness
  • David Brookshaw
  • Explorations and Discoveries
  • Isabel Moutinho
  • Introduction
  • FRELIMO (Mozambique)
  • David Robinson
  • FRETILIN and Xanana Gusmão
  • Anthony Soares
  • The Frontline States
  • David Robinson
  • Goa
  • Claire Williams
  • Henry the Navigator
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Historiography
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Independence Movements (Azores and Madeira)
  • Carmen Maria Ramos Villar
  • The Liberation Wars and Decolonisation
  • Norrie MacQueen
  • Lusophone African Literature
  • Russell Hamilton
  • Lusotropicalism, Race and Ethnicity
  • Anna Klobucka
  • Anthropology and Ethnography
  • Samora Machel
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Eduardo Mondlane
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Moorish Portugal
  • Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
  • MPLA (Angola)
  • Hélia Santos
  • Agostinho Neto
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones
  • Miguel Vale de Almeida
  • Orientalism in the Lusophone World
  • Ana Maria Mão-de Ferro Martinho
  • Overseas Provinces/The Colonial Act
  • Robert Moser
  • PAIGC (Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde)
  • Claire Williams
  • Pepetela
  • Igor Cusack
  • Postcolonial African Immigration to Portugal
  • Sheila Khan
  • Anti-colonial Struggles
  • RENAMO (Mozambique)
  • David Robinson
  • Salazar and the New State
  • Victor J. Mendes
  • Dom Sebastião
  • Phillip Rothwell
  • Slavery and Abolition
  • David Brookshaw
  • Timor and Indonesia : shared currents
  • Anthony Soares
  • David Robinson
  • UNITA (Angola)
  • Hélia Santos
  • Vasco da Gama
  • Claire Williams
  • Women's Histories
  • Hilary Owen
  • Part IX.
  • Spain, Latin America and The Philippines
  • Introduction
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • The Brazilian Independence Process
  • The Andean Avant-Garde
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • Andean Textiles
  • Denise Arnold
  • Anti-Colonial Struggle
  • Arturo Arias
  • Arturo Borda
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
  • 'Calibán'
  • John Beverley
  • Claire Williams
  • Christian Influences on Philippine Society
  • Dante L. Ambrosio
  • Colonial Baroque
  • John Beverley
  • Colonialism and Popular Culture
  • Denise Arnold
  • Discovery and Conquest
  • Gonzalo Lamana
  • Uriel Garcia
  • Elizabeth Monasterios
Control code
ocn550477882
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (liii, 633 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781849724531
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)550477882

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