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by Hilary M. Carey
A collection of new studies of religion and imperialism in the British world, written by major authorities. See all Product description.
A collection of new studies of religion and imperialism in the British world, written by major authorities.
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Enlarges on the Cambridge Commonwealth Studies series
Enlarges on the Cambridge Commonwealth Studies series . Enlarges on the Cambridge Commonwealth Studies series. Covers imperial history, studies of the British Empire before the formation of the Commonwealth, and recent developments in post-colonial states. Prominence is given to contemporary economic, political, legal, social, environmental, cultural and strategic problems, whether arising from imperi. ore. Asian Empire and British Knowledge: China and the Networks of British Imperial Expansion.
by Cambridge University Press (CUP). in Journal of Anglican Studies. Journal of Anglican Studies, Volume 8, pp 251-252; doi:10.
New & Forthcoming Titles Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series
New & Forthcoming Titles Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series. New & Forthcoming Titles. Home New & Forthcoming Titles. While in the past the series focused on the British Empire and Commonwealth, in its current incarnation there is no imperial system, period of human history or part of the world which lies outside of its compass. The series includes work on politics, economics, culture, literature, science, art, medicine, and war.
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Empires of Religion (Cambridge I. The Makings of Modern Afghanistan (Cambirdge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies). De-Scribing Empire: Post-Colonialism and Textuality.
Request PDF On Nov 1, 2010, Stewart J. Brown and others published M. Carey Hilary (e., Empires of Religion (Cambridge . The final chapter investigates how Britain's imperial history might be viewed in years to come.
The final chapter investigates how Britain's imperial history might be viewed in years to come.
This book is the first study of the development and decolonization of a British colonial high court in Africa. This book offers a new interpretation of political reform in the settler colonies of Britain’s empire in the early nineteenth century.
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