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CAPITALISM & SOCIALISM -- A Multi-Disciplinary Conference at New Harmony, Indiana

CAPITALISM & SOCIALISM:

UTOPIA, GLOBALIZATION and REVOLUTION

A Multi-Disciplinary Conference at New Harmony, Indiana

6– 8 November 2014

* Proposals are due 26 May 2014 *

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French Travelers and Colonization (1850-1914)

FROM THE EDITOR: The following the fourth of four requests for bibliographic feedback from graduate students in Northeastern University’s World History program focused on various aspects of imperial/colonial histories. The original posting came with all four bibliographies together, with an additional request for sources that might connect all four lists together. I have separated them out into four distinct postings with the hopes that this will increase both focus and discussion. 

French Travelers and Colonization (1850-1914), Olivier Schouteden

Empires and Imperialists: Systems of Violence, Classification and Identity

FROM THE EDITOR: The following the third of four requests for bibliographic feedback from graduate students in Northeastern University’s World History program focused on various aspects of imperial/colonial histories. The original posting came with all four bibliographies together, with an additional request for sources that might connect all four lists together. I have separated them out into four distinct postings with the hopes that this will increase both focus and discussion. 

 

Empires and Imperialists: Systems of Violence, Classification and Identity,Bridget Keown

Re: Comparative Colonialism in the Middle East

FROM THE EDITOR: Correction, the original posting was not the first of four. It was the second of four.

 

Comparative Colonialism in the Middle East

FROM THE EDITOR: The following the first of four requests for bibliographic feedback from graduate students in Northeastern University’s World History program focused on various aspects of imperial/colonial histories. The original posting came with all four bibliographies together, with an additional request for sources that might connect all four lists together. I have separated them out into four distinct postings with the hopes that this will increase both focus and discussion. 

 

Comparative Colonialism in the Middle East Directed Study, Ryan Branagan