Books in category Political Science – Colonialism & Post-Colonialism

  • Awal Kedirgantaraan di Indonesia

    Awal Kedirgantaraan di Indonesia
    Dra. Irna H.N. Hadi Soewito, Dr. Nana Nurliana Suyono, MA, Dra. Soedarini Suhartono , MA

    Terlepas dari sikap subyektif atau suka dan tidak suka, semua bentuk pembengkokan sejarah tidak semestinya dibiarkan berlangsung terus-menerus.

  • Transnational Contexts of Culture Gender Class and Colonialism in Play

    Transnational Contexts of Culture, Gender, Class, and Colonialism in Play
    Alexis Pulos, Seungcheol Austin Lee

    This book examines the local, regional and transnational contexts of video games through a focused analysis on gaming communities, the ways game design regulates gender and class relations, and the impacts of colonization on game design.

  • Discovering Indigenous Lands

    Discovering Indigenous Lands
    Robert J. Miller, Jacinta Ruru, Larissa Behrendt, Tracey Lindberg

    This book presents new material and shines fresh light on the under-explored historical and legal evidence about the use of the doctrine of discovery in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

  • Race Education and Citizenship

    Race, Education, and Citizenship
    Sin Yee Koh

    This book challenges this assumption by examining the diverse migration trajectories, experiences and dilemmas faced by tertiary-educated mobile Malaysian migrants through a postcolonial lens.

  • The Ottoman Cities of Lebanon

    The Ottoman Cities of Lebanon
    James A. Reilly

    At the beginning of the sixteenth century Sultan Selim I invaded Syria and Lebanon, and the area would remain nominally under Ottoman rule until the end of World War I. Whether defined as essentially ‘Turkish’, and therefore alien to …

  • Bonds of Empire

    Bonds of Empire
    Anne Spry Rush

    An examination of how, from 1900 through the 1960s, West Indians employed their British identity both to establish a place for themselves in the British imperial world, and to negotiate the cultural challenges of decolonization as Caribbean …

  • Belief and Practice in Imperial Japan and Colonial Korea

    Belief and Practice in Imperial Japan and Colonial Korea
    Emily Anderson

    Bringing together the work of leading scholars of religion in imperial Japan and colonial Korea, this collection addresses the complex ways in which religion served as a site of contestation and negotiation among different groups, including …

  • Doctors at Sea

    Doctors at Sea
    R. Haines

    In this engaging tale of movement from one hemisphere to another, we see doctors at work attending to their often odious and demanding duties at sea, in quarantine, and after arrival.

  • Allies in Conflict

    Allies in Conflict
    S. Weiss

    The following study is primarily concerned with the unifying and destructive forces that affected the Anglo-American relationship between 1938 and 1944, as those involved searched for a strategic solution to the war in Europe.

  • African Diaspora in Brazil

    African Diaspora in Brazil
    Fassil Demissie

    This book was originally published as a special issue of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal.

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