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  • Author(s) Sarah E. Stockwell
  • SubtitleThemes and Perspectives
  • Edition1
  • Published12th December 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405125352

Themes and Perspectives

This volume adopts a distinctive thematic approach to the history
of British imperialism from the eighteenth to the twentieth
century. It brings together leading scholars of British imperial
history: Tony Ballantyne, John Darwin, Andrew Dilley, Elizabeth
Elbourne, Kent Fedorowich, Eliga Gould, Catherine Hall, Stephen
Howe, Sarah Stockwell, Andrew Thompson, Stuart Ward, and Jon
Wilson.





  • Each contributor offers a personal assessment of the topic at
    hand, and examines key interpretive debates among historians


  • Addresses many of the core issues that constitute a broad
    understanding of the British Empire, including the economics of the
    empire, the empire and religion, and imperial identities

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  • Author(s) Sarah E. Stockwell
  • SubtitleThemes and Perspectives
  • Edition1
  • Published12th December 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405125352

Themes and Perspectives

This volume adopts a distinctive thematic approach to the history
of British imperialism from the eighteenth to the twentieth
century. It brings together leading scholars of British imperial
history: Tony Ballantyne, John Darwin, Andrew Dilley, Elizabeth
Elbourne, Kent Fedorowich, Eliga Gould, Catherine Hall, Stephen
Howe, Sarah Stockwell, Andrew Thompson, Stuart Ward, and Jon
Wilson.





  • Each contributor offers a personal assessment of the topic at
    hand, and examines key interpretive debates among historians


  • Addresses many of the core issues that constitute a broad
    understanding of the British Empire, including the economics of the
    empire, the empire and religion, and imperial identities

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