Webs of Empire: Locating New Zealands Colonial Past
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Archives, Empires and Histories of Colonialism Mr Peals Archive Paper, Pen and Print Writing and the Culture of Colonisation Place Thinking Local Read Free For 30 Days. A tangled web of cultural and economic networks spread across the colonial world. Breaking open the narrative of colonisation offers sharp new perspectives on New Zealand history. Flag for inappropriate content.
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Webs of Empire: Locating New Zealand’s Colonial Past
Search inside document. Asia is a strength and timely in terms of todays global cultural and economic dynamics Author information Dr Tony Ballantyne is Professor of History at the University of Otago and a leading New Zealand historian. Bridget Williams Books. Writing and the Culture of Colonisation Place Thinking Local On Place, Space and Mobility.
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Read New Zealand Books' review here. Listen to Tony Ballantyne discuss his new book with Radio Waatea. Read Landfall's review of Webs of Empire here. This book shows how, in reshaping our understanding of New Zealand's place in the world, he has also reconfigured Britain's imperial history. This is compelling and essential reading.
Webs of Empire Spread across the nineteenth-century colonial world was a tangled web of cultural and economic networks. Print publication: Nov Ebook publication: Dec In these essays, Ballantyne reflects on both his own development as a scholar and the craft of history itself — how the stories we can tell are shaped by the limits of the archives we work with and how historical scholarship has been co-opted by successive governments of New Zealand to delineate the ongoing reconciliation work of a liberal nation state.
Finally, Ballantyne inspires us to read broadly across networks of scholarship, thereby enriching our own work in the process.
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