The British abroad since the eighteenth century. Volume 2, Experiencing Imperialism

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Full title: The British abroad since the eighteenth century. Volume 2, Experiencing Imperialism / edited by Martin Farr, Xavier Guegan.
Alternative titles: Experiencing Imperialism
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Other authors: Farr, Martin, (Editor)
Guégan, Xavier, 1978- (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction; Martin Farr and Xavier Guegan
  • PART I: ESTABLISHING THE EMPIRE
  • 1. The Roots of Empire: Early Modern Travel Collections and International Politics in the Long Eighteenth Century; Matthew Day
  • 2. Divine Imperialism: the British in Palestine, 1753-1842; Michael Talbot
  • 3. Model City: Fact and Fiction in Early-Twentieth Century Khartoum; Henrika Kuklick
  • PART II: EXPERIENCING THE EMPIRE
  • 4. A Governor's Wife in the Making: Elizabeth Macquarie's Voyage from England to Australia in 1809; Jane McDermid
  • 5. Against 'the Usual Restraints Imposed upon their Sex': Conflictive Gender Representations in Nineteenth-Century Orients; Xavier Guegan
  • 6. Empire Travel Guides and the Imperial Mind-Set from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Mid-Twentieth Centuries; John M. MacKenzie
  • PART III: EXPERIENCING OTHER EMPIRES
  • 7. 'The Feelings of An Officer': John Stedman In Suriname; Kerry Sinanan
  • 8. British Communities and Foreign Intervention in Nineteenth Century South America: the Rio De La Plata in the 1840s; David Rock
  • 9. 'The Bible Dream': Official Travel in Morocco, c1845 to 1935'; John Fisher
  • PART IV: EXPERIENCING A POST-COLONIAL WORLD
  • 10. Oriental Expressions: British Visions of Arabia from a Colonial to a Post-Colonial World; James Canton
  • 11. Ghost Hunting: Amateur Film and Travel at the End of Empire; Anna Bocking-Welch
  • 12. 'In Countries so Unciviliz'd as Those?': the Language of Incivility and the British Experience of the World; Marc Alexander and Andrew Struan.