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by Stuart Ward

Category: Europe
Subcategory: History books
Author: Stuart Ward
ISBN: 0719060478
ISBN13: 978-0719060472
Language: English
Publisher: Manchester University Press (March 6, 2002)
Pages: 272
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Start by marking British Culture and the End of Empire as Want to Read . The demise of the British Empire in the three decades following the Second World War is a theme that has been well traversed in studies of post-war British politics, economics and foreign relations

Start by marking British Culture and the End of Empire as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The demise of the British Empire in the three decades following the Second World War is a theme that has been well traversed in studies of post-war British politics, economics and foreign relations. Yet there has been strikingly little attention to the question of how these dramatic changes in Britain's relationships with the wider world were reflected in British culture.

Studies in Imperialism. New York: Manchester University Press; dist Abstract. WardStuart, ed. British Culture and the End of Empire. New York: Manchester University Press; dist. by Palgrave, New York, N. Y. 2001. Volume 35 Issue 3 - Douglas M. Haynes. Studies in Imperialism.

Stuart Ward, Andrew Thompson, John MacKenzie. This book is the first major attempt to examine the cultural manifestations of the demise of imperialism as a social and political ideology in post-war Britain.

Culture and Imperialism is a 1993 collection of essays by Edward Said, in which the author attempts to trace the connection between imperialism and culture in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. It followed his highly influential Orientalism, published in 1978. Said conceived of Culture and Imperialism as an attempt to "expand the argument" of Orientalism "to describe a more general pattern of relationships between the modern metropolitan west and its overseas territories.

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British culture and the end of empire (Studies in Imperialism MUP)

British culture and the end of empire (Studies in Imperialism MUP). Among his publications are Balfour and the British Empire, Radical Joe: A Life of Joseph Chamberlain, The Victorian Empire, Lord Reading, The Boer War, Someone Has Blundered, Palmerston, The British Raj, Jawaharlal Nehru, and, with Peter Slinn, The Evolution of the Modern Commonwealth.

Compare similar products. Stuart Ward is Lecturer in History at the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College London. British Culture and the End of Empire by Stuart Ward (Paperback, 2001). Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Compare similar products. The Last Legionary: Life as a Roman Soldier in Britain AD400 by Paul Elliott (Paperback, 2007). He also holds a lectureship at the University of Southern Denmark -. Country of Publication.

The main battle in imperialism i. By the end of the nineteenth century the empire is no longer merely a shadowy presence, or embodied merely in the unwelcome appearance of a fugitive convict but, in the works of writers like Conrad, Kipling, Gide, and. ww. scalibrary.

The main battle in imperialism is. over land, of course; but when it came to who owned the land, who had the right to settle and work on it, who kept it going, who won it back, and who now plans its future - these issues were reflected, contested, and even for a time decided in narrative. xvn. Loti, a central area of concern.

British Culture and the End of Empire This book is the first major attempt to examine the cultural manifestations of the demise of imperialism as a social and political ideology in post-war Britain

British Culture and the End of Empire This book is the first major attempt to examine the cultural manifestations of the demise of imperialism as a social and political ideology in post-war Britain. Studies in Imperialism (Paperback). Manchester University Press.

This work not only sheds light on the relation of religion and politics but also uncovers the sometimes paradoxical implications of the church's call to bring the gospel to all the world

Opening up an entirely new field of enquiry in the history of decolonization, the essays in this volume reflect on the fall of the British Empire, and its resonance in British popular culture. The demise of the Empire during the three decades following WWII transformed Britain's relationships with the wider world, and within Britain itself. The contributors argue that the social and cultural impact of decolinization had as significant of an effect on the imperial center as on the colonial periphery.
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