2 edition of Studies in mid-Victorian imperialism found in the catalog.
Studies in mid-Victorian imperialism
Bodelsen, Carl Adolf Gottlieb
|Other titles||Mid-Victorian imperialism|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
Hence the search for parallels, precedents, cycles, etc., especially as many came up in my studies of the “new imperialism”. Even when this series is complete, it will still be a mere introductory draft, and I expect this work to take me years to do to any level of satisfaction. Victorian Parallels in the New Imperialism “The New Imperialism” is not a very efficient conceptual phrase since it requires a lot of labour to clarify what one means each time one invokes it. For me, one of the noteworthy features of this particular phrase is .
Engines for empire examines the use of the railway by the British army from the s to , a period of domestic political strife and unprecedented imperial expansion. The book uses a wide array of sources and images to demonstrate how the Victorian army embraced this new technology, how it monitored foreign wars, and how it came to use the. Empire and Superempire belongs to the growing genre of essays comparing the "new" American imperialism with the British variety. Bernard Porter improves on works like [End Page ] Niall Ferguson's Empire () by being neither Colonel Blimpish nor in favor of the Bush regime's misadventures in Afghanistan and Iraq. He is too good a historian to be an .
The most comprehensive study yet of literature and imperialism in the early and mid-Victorian years, Rule of Darkness offers, in addition, a revisionary interpretation of imperialism as a significant factor in later British cultural history, from the s to World War I. science and imperialism ing an extremely small aspect of imperial science, as measured in terms of personnel, institutions, spending, or publications.
Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks of the southern Colorado Plateau
Caesar and contemporary Roman society
Proceedings of Seminar on Transition from a Central Planning Economy to a Market Economy
Cognition-based assessment and teaching of multiplication and division
Automotive Test Equipment
Real estate traders handbook
The backwater man
Ethnology of the Gros Ventre
Faith, humor, and paradox
Early Gothic Column-figure Sculpture in France
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service.
My grandfathers country
Stan Getz discography
A matter of life and death
Greater Atlanta Metro
The Ajo Mining District, Pima County, Arizona--evidence for Middle Cenozoic detachment faulting, plutonism, volcanism, and hydrothermal alteration
Studies in mid-Victorian imperialism. Kjøbenhavn, London [etc.] Gyldendal, Nordisk forlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C A Bodelsen. Find more information about: OCLC Number: # Mid-Victorian imperialism, Studies in.\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.
OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages 23 cm: Contents: Preface. --The English attitude to the colonies from the loss of the first empire till The turn of the tideThe classical expressions of imperialismBibliography (p.) Titles: Mid-Victorian imperialism.
Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
Apple. Android. Windows Phone Author: C. Bodelsen. Throughout the nineteenth century the British Empire was the subject of much writing; floods of articles, books and government reports were produced about the areas under British control and the policy of imperialism.
Mid-Victorian Imperialists investigates how the Victorians made sense of all the information regarding the empire by examining. Studies in mid-Victorian imperialism. (KjÃ¸benhavn, London [etc.] Gyldendal, Nordisk forlag, ), by C. Bodelsen (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) National & social problems, (New York, The Macmillan company, ), by Frederic Harrison (page images at HathiTrust) The peril of the republic of the United States of America.
Many readers of Africa and the Victorians have tended to view the book as little more than a textbook-like chronology of the British scramble for Africa. But the true significance of the book is to expand the highly influential theory of British expansion that the authors originally articulated in "The Imperialism of Free Trade," an article which first appeared in the Economic History /5.
The Expansion of England is a book by an English historian John Robert Seeley about the growth of the British Empire, first published in Seeley argued that the British expansion was based on its defeat of Louis XIV's France in the 18th century, and that the Dominions were critical to English power.
He also stated that holding onto India might not be beneficial to England in the. Book Description: A major contribution to the cultural and literary history of the Victorian age, Rule of Darkness maps the complex relationship between Victorian literary forms, genres, and theories and imperialist, racist ideology.
Critics and cultural historians have usually regarded the Empire as being of marginal importance to early and mid-Victorian writers. A Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism New York Howard Fertig Bombay Public Meeting Report of the proceedings of a public meeting of the inhabitants of Bombay held in the Framji Cowasji Institute on Monday the 27th August,to vote an address to Major the Hon'ble Sir.
Baring Bombay Bombay Gazette Steam PressAuthor: Julian Go. Reassessing mid-Victorian Britain (), The Diaries of Samuel Bamford, () and The Emergence of Stability in the Industrial City: Manchester (). Reviews The Victorian World covers an impressive array of topics that range from citizenship to theatricality and from music to imperialism.
Mid-Victorian Imperialists: British Gentlemen and the Empire of the Mind Edward Beasley Throughout the nineteenth century the British Empire was the subject of much writing; floods of articles, books and government reports were produced about the areas under British control and the policy of imperialism.
54 For analyses of views of British nineteenth century statesmen and thinkers on the empire see Bodelsen, C.A., Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism (); Barie, Idee e dottrine imperialistiche nell'Inghilterra vittoriana (); Thornton, A.P., The Imperial Idea and its Enemies ().
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Studies in Imperialism MUP: Engines for Empire: The Victorian Military and Its Use of Railways by Edward M. Spiers (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The second book deals specifically with the later development of public opinion.
It traces the stages by which an (Fisher Unwin, 2Is.) Studies in Mid- Victorian Imperialism. By C. Bodelsen. (Const a1le, Ios. 6d.) THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRITISH IMPERIALISM Cabinets and English public opinion shows that British Imperialism is the.
A major contribution to the cultural and literary history of the Victorian age, Rule of Darkness maps the complex relationship between Victorian literary forms, genres, and theories and imperialist, racist ideology.
Critics and cultural historians have usually regarded the Empire as being of marginal importance to early and mid-Victorian writers.
In the history of the United Kingdom, the Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria's reign, from 20 June until her death on 22 January The era followed the Georgian period and preceded the Edwardian period, and its later half overlaps with the first part of the Belle Époque era of Continental Europe.
In terms of moral sensibilities and political reforms, this period Followed by: Edwardian era. These two quotations neatly summarise the main problems associated with Victorian pronouncements on race: Part of the Problems in Focus Series book series.
Abstract Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism (London, ed.) p. Cited by: The most comprehensive study yet of literature and imperialism in the early and mid-Victorian years, Rule of Darkness offers, in addition, a revisionary interpretation of imperialism as a significant factor in later British cultural history, from the s to World War I.
It is essential reading for anyone concerned with Victorian culture and 4/5(50). Throughout the nineteenth century the British Empire was the subject of much writing; floods of articles, books and government reports were produced about the areas under British control and the policy of imperialism.
Mid-Victorian Imperialists investigates how the Victorians made sense of all the information regarding the empire by examining Brand: Taylor And Francis.
C.A. Bodelsenâ s Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism, when it appeared in Copenhagen inwas a pioneer work on the ideology of British imperialism and anti-imperialism. Its treatment of the Victorian separatists and of the current of constructive imperialism represented by Froude and Seeley has not been replaced.
Victorian Studies () -- Ralph Burke Ulick, Business and Pleasure in Brazil (48) -- William Scully, Brazil (xii) Studies of the interrelations between British imperialism and.The implicit link between white women and "the dark races" recurs persistently in nineteenth-century English fiction.
Imperialism at Home examines the metaphorical use of race by three nineteenth-century women novelists: Charlotte Bront, Emily Bront, and George Eliot. Susan Meyer argues that each of these domestic novelists uses race relations as a metaphor through 4/5.English literature - English literature - Late Victorian literature: “The modern spirit,” Matthew Arnold observed in“is now awake.” In Charles Darwin had published On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection.
Historians, philosophers, and scientists were all beginning to apply the idea of evolution to new areas of study of the human experience.