12 edition of Colonialism"s culture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -230) and index.
|LC Classifications||JV305 .T45 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|ISBN 10||0691037329, 0691037310|
|LC Control Number||94032823|
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Colonialism and Culture (The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series)Format: Paperback. Colonialism has had cultural effects that have too often been ignored or displaced onto the inexorable logics of modernization Colonialisms culture book world capitalism.
The articles in this important volume explore the multifaced nature of colonialism and its cultural manifestations and treat the unspoken values, hidden assumptions, 2/5(1). Amid the coronavirus crisis, we’re missing out on what might have been an enlightening discussion of Woody Allen’s new book and what has come to be called the “cancel culture.”.
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In Colonialism's Culture, Nicholas Thomas explores the perceptions of colonized populations which have emerged in the course of European expansion and critically assesses different approaches to colonial : Nicholas Thomas.
The book aims to offer an account of the development of ideas about human difference and otherness, and of the conflict-ridden expression of these ideas in colonial projects at particular times. Thomas draws examples from the texts of 18th-century anthropology, 19th-century missionaries and colonial administration, as well as novelists of.
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Although "there can be no global theory of colo- nial culture, it remains the case that colonial cultures are global phenomena" (p. 66). Anthropology, Thomas suggests, is capable of han- dling both the universalizing and the particularizing fac- ets of these tasks-that is, it has provided examples of colonialism's cultural aspects and demonstrated that these are historically.
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In Latin America, colonialism’s violent, seemingly inescapable legacy. Though meticulously researched, the book’s greatest strengths are Author: Tom Gjelten. Colonialism's Culture: Anthropology, Travel and Government.
By Nicholas Thomas. Oxford: Polity Press, Pp. xi + £45 (ISBN X); £, paperback (ISBN ). - Volume 36 Issue 1 - Richard FardonCited by: 1. PDF | On Dec 1,Gregory Eliyu Guldin and others published Colonialism's Culture: Anthropology, Travel and Government, by Nicholas Thomas. Cambridge: Author: Gregory Eliyu Guldin.The Department of History main office has moved online.
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