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Monthly Archives: October 2011

October 2011: Samiksha Sehrawat

1. Where, when, and why did you become interested in British history? I became interested in British history when my work on the history of hospitals in India clearly showed British influences on colonial medical policies. Although my research focuses on colonial Indian history, it is often useful to have an understanding of contemporary British […]

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October 2011 – Richard Price’s “Making Empire”

Reviewed by: Vivian Bickford-Smith, University of Cape Town/Institute of Historical Research, University of London Richard Price. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 371 pp. £55 (hardback). Making Empire has at its heart the story of the hundred year colonial borderland encounters between Xhosa polities with first the Dutch and then, more enduringly and bloodily, the British. […]

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October 2011

In this issue: I.    Tremendous Response to our 2012 Conference Call for Papers II.   Second Book Published in our Britain and the World Series with Palgrave Macmillan III.  A Recording of our second Online Seminar is now available IV.  Two Pence:  Legacy of Lucian Freud V.    Book of the Month VI.  Featured […]

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