Mapping Men and Empire

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  • Author : Richard Phillips
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Pages : 224 pages
  • ISBN : 1135636567
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Making the Australian Male

Making the Australian Male
  • Author : Martin Crotty
  • Publisher : Melbourne University
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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The construction of Australian manliness has altered with the nation's development and the influence of world events. Among the various models held up as ideals we have had the laconic, resourceful bushman; the plucky, loyal Anzac; and the fit, athletic sportsman. In Making the Australian Male, Martin Crotty explores the changing ideologies of Australian manliness, particularly middle-class masculinity, over a crucial fifty-year period of our history. He examines changing emphases at boys' schools, mutations of the ideal hero in children's

The Disjunctive Empire of International Relations

The Disjunctive Empire of International Relations
  • Author : Leong Yew
  • Publisher : Ashgate Pub Limited
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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Yew imparts that contemporary forms of imperialism revolve around a disjunctive logic allowing cultural, civilizing and solipsistic feelings of classical European imperialism to interoperate with newer and morally-rectified strains of American superpower dominance. In order to explore how such an interoperability is possible, this book begins with a theoretical overview of how imperialism should be conceptualized, how it operates and how it produces a type of economy that allows it to evolve in accordance with historical transformations without losing sight

Map Men

Map Men
  • Author : Steven Seegel
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 29 June 2018
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More than just colorful clickbait or pragmatic city grids, maps are often deeply emotional tales: of political projects gone wrong, budding relationships that failed, and countries that vanished. In Map Men, Steven Seegel takes us through some of these historical dramas with a detailed look at the maps that made and unmade the world of East Central Europe through a long continuum of world war and revolution. As a collective biography of five prominent geographers between 1870 and 1950—Albrecht Penck, Eugeniusz

Empire State building

Empire State building
  • Author : Joanna Lewis
  • Publisher : Ohio University Center for International Studies
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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This history of administrative thought and practice in colonial Kenya looks at the ways in which white people tried to engineer social change. It asks four questions: - Why was Kenya's welfare operation so idiosyncratic and spartan compared with that of other British colonies? - Why did a transformation from social welfare to community development produce further neglect of the very poor? - Why was there no equivalent to the French tradition of community medicine? - If there was a

Masculinities and Culture

Masculinities and Culture
  • Author : John Beynon
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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* What is 'masculinity'? Is 'masculinities' a more appropriate term? * How are masculinities socially, culturally and historically shaped? * How are particular masculinities created, enacted and represented in specific settings? * How can masculinities best be researched and theorized? Masculinities and Culture explores how 'masculinities', or ways of 'being a man', are anchored in time and place; the products of socio-historical and cultural circumstances. It examines the emergence of a masculinity fit for Empire in the mid to late nineteenth century and, by

Love Besieged

Love Besieged
  • Author : Charles E. Pearce
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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A Heady Mix Of Adventure And Romance Set Within The Walls Of The Besieged City Of Lucknow In 1857, This New Edition Of Charles E. Pearce`S Love Besieged (1909) Typifies The Genre Of The Mutiny Novel.

The Arctic in the British Imagination 1818 1914

The Arctic in the British Imagination 1818 1914
  • Author : Robert G. David
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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"The Arctic in the British imagination is illustrated with engravings, photographs and paintings drawn from a number of sources and in many cases not previously published. The book will be of interest to academics, students and enthusiasts interested in the Arctic, as well as historians of representations."--BOOK JACKET.