Imperialism in the Modern World Sources and Interpretations

ISBN-10: 0131899058
ISBN-13: 9780131899056
Edition: 2007
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List price: $95.67
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/13/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 7.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.650
Language: English

Thisnbsp;title is a compilation of primary and secondary sources, textual and visual documents about global relations primarily in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.nbsp; One of its goals is to help students realize that although there are many similarities and continuities between this era and earlier phases of world history, there are also sharp differences.

Maps
Preface
Introduction
The Imperialists
Timeline
Introduction
Le Tonkin et la Mere-Patrie (Tonkin and the Motherland)
Visual Source: Jungles To-Day Are Gold Mines To-Morrow
"The White Man's Burden"
Visual Source: "Pears' Soap Advertisement"
Illustrations of Universal Progress
Visual Source: "The Indian Court at the Great Exhibition"
"The British Rule in India"
"Emperor Meiji's Letter to President Grant on Iwakura Mission, 1871"
"An Outpost of Progress"
Visual Source: "British Officer Reclining"
"Problems with Which We Have to Deal in Egypt"
"An Ottoman Government Decree Defines the Official Notion of the 'Modern' Citizen, June 19, 1870"
Visual Source: "Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee-Victorian Wallpaper"
Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands
Further Resources
The Anti-Imperialists
Timeline
Introduction
Visual Source: "Tippoo's Tiger"
"Civilization"
Visual Source: "Gandhi in Western Clothing"
"Equality!"
"Fourteen Points Speech"
Britain and the Conquest of Africa
"Mother America"
"Lecture on Teaching and Learning"
The Black Man's Burden
Discourse on Colonialism
Noli me Tangere (The Social Cancer)
Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism
Visual Source: "Lenin Giving a Speech"
Max Havelaar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company
"Chief Seattle's Oration of the 1850s"
Further Resources
Tools of Empire
Timeline
Introduction
Visual Source: "Perry's Ship"
"Machine as Civilizer"
Visual Source: "East African Transport, Old and New Style"
"Spies Along the Silk Road"
Products of the Empire
"Malaria, Quinine, and the Penetration of Africa"
Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent
"French-Language of Culture"
"Compulsory Education"
Visual Source: "Railroads and Coolies"
Protestant Foreign Missions: Their Present State
Visual Source: "Belgian Territorial Agent"
"An Outline Plan for the Reorganization of Japan"
"Kimathi on Law as a Tool of Oppression"
Visual Source: "The Secret of England's Greatness"
Further Resources
Reconfigurations: The Colonial World
Timeline
Introduction
Visual Source: "Meiji Emperor"
The Colonizer and the Colonized
"Summary of Orders"
"Child Marriage Restraint Act"
"Portrait of the Hard Life of a Woman"
"Beautiful Maria in the Act of True Love"
"Named for Victoria, Queen of England"
"Inaugural Statement for the Eastern Times"
Mister Johnson
Rubber
Visual Source: "Coffee Plantation"
Station Life in New Zealand
Visual Source: "The African and Oriental Bureau and Buying Agency (Advertisement)"
"Outline of the Economic Evolution"
Visual Source: "Advertisement for the Sontag Hotel"
Selections from The Red Man: An Illustrated Magazine Printed by Indians
Maps of Cairo in the Mid-Nineteth Century and Singapore
Further Resources
Empire's Tools for Liberation
Timeline
Introduction
"Nairobi"
"Race Emancipation-Particular Considerations: African Nationality"
"African Negro Education"
"The Victory of Bolshevism"
"From an Open Letter to Mahatma Gandhi (1939)"
"Satyagraha in South Africa"
Visual Source: "Madras Protest"
"Passive Resistance"
An Indian Freedom Fighter Recalls Her Life
Visual Source: "Algerian Women Fighters"
A Viet Cong Memoir
Che Guevara: Guerilla Warfare
Visual Source: "Cuban Protest"
Hawaii's Story
"Speech at the Opening of the Asian-African Conference"
Further Resources
Decolonization
Timeline
Introduction
"Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Viet-Nam"
Visual Source: "Algerian Women Voting"
Train to Pakistan
"The Newly-Emerging Forces Should Unite Under the Banner of Independence Against Imperialism"
"The Arab Revolution"
Voices from Wounded Knee, 1973
"National Liberation and Culture"
"The South African Freedom Charter"
Visual Source: "Namibian Mural"
Savages
Nervous Conditions
Visual Source: "Indonesian Coin"
A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, and Salvation
Further Resources
Further Reconfigurations: The Post-Colonial World
Timeline
Introduction
Tea in the Harem
"The Revolution That Failed Women"
Visual Source: "French Muslim Girl"
Black Africa 1945-80: Economic Decolonization and Arrested Development
Unsettling Europe
"Definitions from Hobson-Jobson"
Guide to Ethnic London
Visual Source: "Greenpeace Protest at the Taj Mahal"
"The Clash of Ignorance"
"The Miracle"
"What's Right with Africa?"
"Understanding Climate Change: A Beginner's Guide to the United Nations Framework Convention"
Visual Source: "WTO Protest"
Map: "Western Europe, Muslim Population c. 2005"
"AIDS Pandemic"
Visual Source: "Masai Herdsmen"
Further Resources

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