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100.360, Spring 2019

Hindmarch-Watson, Katie, Spring 2019
MSEL Reserves
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1. Discourse on colonialism Book , Print in English
Aimé Césaire ; translated by Joan Pinkham. A poetics of anticolonialism / by Robin… 2000 .

Césaire, Aimé

A poetics of anticolonialism / Robin D.G. Kelley -- Discourse on colonialism / Aimé Césaire -- An interview with Aimé Césaire / René Depestre.
2. Dublin 1916: the siege of the GPO Book , Print in English
Clair Wills. 2009 .

Wills, Clair.

"Headquarters and focus of the 1916 Rising, Dublin's General Post Office is the most famous building in Ireland. Taken over by Irish Volunteers on Easter Monday 1916, it was held for nearly a week. But the rebels finally surrendered the GPO to the Crown forces after heavy gun…
Tony Ballantyne and Antoinette Burton. 2012 .

Ballantyne, Tony, 1972-

note: 1. Reterritorializing Empires -- 2. Remaking the World -- 3. Global Empires, Transnational Connections.
Miles Ogborn. 2008 .

Ogborn, Miles.

An account of Britain's rise as a global imperial power told through the lives of over 40 individuals. Miles Ogborn connects the stories of monarchs and merchants, planters and pirates, slaves and sailors, captives and captains, reactionaries and revolutionaries, artists and…
Adam Hochschild. 1998 .

Hochschild, Adam.

"In the 1880s, as the European powers were carving up Africa, King Leopold II of Belgium seized for himself the vast and mostly unexplored territory surrounding the Congo River." "King Leopold's Ghost is the haunting account of a megalomaniac of monstrous proportions, a man as…
Linda Colley. 2007 .

Colley, Linda.

"Conceived in Jamaica and possibly of mixed race, Elizabeth Marsh (1735-1785) traveled farther and was more intimately affected by developments across the globe than the vast majority of men. She was the first woman to publish in English on Morocco, and the first to carry out…
  • Eisenhower B Level
    CT788.M2187 C65 2007 c. 2
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  • Eisenhower B Level
    CT788.M2187 C65 2007 c. 3