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The ideas and ideals of the British Empire.
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Spies in Arabia is a much awaited book on the British in the Middle East during and in the aftermath of the First World War. It avoids focusing on Lawrence alone and gives a fine and comprehensive picture of the cultural background of British agents employed in the Middle East and in Iraq in particular. David Armitage presents the first comprehensive history of British conceptions of empire for half a century, tracing the emergence of British imperial identity from the mid-sixteenth to the mid-eighteenth centuries. This book sheds new light on major British political thinkers, from Sir Thomas Smith to David Hume, 5/5(2).
The Austrian government has awarded the Karl von Vogelsang State Prize for History to New York University Professor Larry Wolff for his book The Idea of Galicia: History and Fantasy in Habsburg Political Culture, which explores this Eastern European region that was part of the Habsburg Empire.. The prize will be awarded in Vienna on April 20 by Karlheinz Töchterle, . The sun may have long ago set on the British Empire (or on all but a few tattered shreds of it), but it never seems to set on the debate about the merits of empire. The latest controversy began when the Third World Quarterly, an academic journal known for its radical stance, published a paper by Bruce Gilley, an associate professor of political.
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"The Idea of Greater Britain is full of penetrating insights for those seeking to understand the nuances of Victorian notions of British Empire and how these quests relate to the future of world order."Shih-Yu Chou, Political Studies ReviewCited by: The historiography of the British Empire refers to the studies, sources, critical methods and interpretations used by The ideas and ideals of the British Empire.
book to develop a history of Britain's empire. Historians and their ideas are the focus here; specific lands and historical dates and episodes are covered in the article on the British Empire. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency The ideas and ideals of the British Empire by Barker, Ernest, Sir, Publication date Topics Imperial federation Publisher Cambridge University Press. Empire (8th of 90) -- Sir Walter Ralegh and Virginia Roundup The letters patent granted to Ralegh in contradict the idea that the English created an empire by accident to a degree.
Ideas and ideals of the British empire. Cambridge [Eng.] The University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Barker, Sir. The history of British imperialism during the nineteenth century describes a process of expansion and consolidation, its success all the more remarkable for its unpromising beginnings.
The idea of empire had lost much of its attraction at the latter end of the eighteenth century, following revolution and war in North America. Ideas and ideals of the British empire.
New York, Greenwood Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Barker, Sir. This, surely, is an apt description of the British Empire at its zenith.
Of Planting and Planning explores how Britain used the formation of towns and cities as an instrument of colonial expansion and control throughout the Empire. Beginning with the seventeenth-century plantation of Ulster and ending with decolonization after the Second World Cited by: 2 days ago Anna Lobbenberg, lead producer of the British Library’s Digital Learning Programme says the idea is to ‘help young learners gain confidence in their relationships with books, partly thanks to.
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[Ernest Barker, Sir]. An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India, published later in the UK and US as Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India is a work of non-fiction by Shashi Tharoor, an Indian politician and diplomat, on the effects of British colonialism on India.
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This book sheds new light on major British political thinkers, from Sir Thomas Smith to David Hume, by providing novel accounts of the "British problem" in the early modern period, of the relationship between Protestantism and empire, of theories of property, liberty and political economy in imperial perspective, and of the imperial.
Victorian morality is a distillation of the moral views of the middle class in 19th century Britain, the Victorian era. Victorian values emerged in all classes and reached all facets of Victorian living.
The values of the period—which can be classed as religion, morality, Evangelicalism, industrial work ethic, and personal improvement—took root in Victorian morality. "Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire is a collection of engaging essays by an impressive group of contributors.
The volume coheres around the political mobilization of print cultures by the British Empire's various constituent communities, and that coherence is reinforced by each essay's concentration on a single book.
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A new collection of essays Ten Books that Shaped the British Empire explores the role of books in founding and dismantling The British empire. Written by scholars from South Africa, India, Author: Isabel Hofmeyr. The British Empire was always about more than just ruling lands or colouring the map red; it was a state of mind, a set of beliefs and ideals and a way of looking at the world and making sense of it.
It is no surprise, therefore, that it left its mark in literature and the arts and that we can use these as a way of tracing its impact and influence. Britishness is the state or quality of being British, or of embodying British characteristics. It comprises the claimed qualities that bind and distinguish the British people and form the basis of their unity and identity, and the expressions of British culture—such as habits, behaviours, or symbols—that have a common, familiar or iconic quality readily identifiable with the United.
"The Idea of Greater Britain is an erudite presentation of an important but neglected stream of Victorian political thought. Duncan Bell convincingly demonstrates the conceptual inventiveness of the idea of Greater Britain through a comprehensive investigation of the political and intellectual context in which it was born.
Prof Ferguson is author of Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World, the book whose tie-in TV series controversially concentrated on the liberalising latter days of the British empire. About the Book The Age of Empire was driven by coal, and the Middle East—as an idea—was made by coal.
Coal’s imperial infrastructure presaged the geopolitics of oil that wreaks carnage today, as carbonization threatens our very climate.Wellcome Library, London.
The largest, richest, and most powerful empire in world history was the British Empire. Over a span of some three centuries Great Britain brought lands on every continent and islands in every ocean under its rule. At its height the colonies and other territories of the empire encompassed nearly one-quarter of the world’s land surface and more than one .