Dear H-Empire members,
Please continue to send me new and forthcoming publications so that I can include them in this recurrent series of posts.
This is a list of new and forthcoming publications of interest to members:
Vivian Blaxell, "Seized Hearts: 'Soft' Japanese Counterinsurgency Before 1945 and Its Persistent Legacies in Postwar Malaya, South Vietnam and Beyond," The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 18.6 (2020).
Shannon Bontrager, Death at the Edges of Empire: Fallen Soldiers, Cultural Memory, and the Making of an American Nation, 1863-1921 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).
Kate Fullagar, The Warrior, the Voyager, and the ArtistThree Lives in an Age of Empire (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020).
Mark T. Kettler, "What Did Paul Rohrbach Actually Learn in Africa?: The Influence of Colonial Experience on a Publicist’s Imperial Fantasies in Eastern Europe," German History (2020). DOI: 10.1093/gerhis/ghaa013.
Juan Meneses, “Toward an Environmental Theory of Afropolitan Literature,” in James Hodapp (ed.), Afropolitan Literature as World Literature (London: Bloomsbury, 2020): 81-98.
Scott C. Spencer, Realizing Greater Britain: The South African Constabulary and the Imperial Imposition of the Modern State, 1900-1914 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2020).
Members may also be interested in the latest issue of Histoire sociale / Social History.
NOTE: If you have recently published or have a forthcoming monograph, edited collection, article, book chapter, etc. that deals with imperialism, and you want me to include it on this list, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with basic information: author’s name, title, journal or publisher, year of publication, and a link to access it. In case your publication is a book, you are welcome to include a short abstract. You can also send me information about outstanding recent work that you have read and consider to be of interest to other members of the network. Following the same procedure, please email me entries so I can add them to the list. Posts will feature new lists on a first-come-first-serve basis and will appear with the degree of frequency that the number of items I receive demands.