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感情の大英帝国史

Imperial Emotions : The Politics of Empathy Across the British Empire

(Critical Perspectives on Empire)

Lydon, Jane

Cambridge Univ Pr 2019/10
221 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781108498364
KCN: 1035523409
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Emotions are not universal, but are experienced and expressed differently across cultures and times. Jane Lydon examines how emotions were used to justify, advance or contest imperialism by creating relationships between British subjects across the globe, but also by excluding specific groups.

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Emotions are not universal, but are experienced and expressed differently across cultures and times. Jane Lydon examines how emotions were used to justify, advance or contest imperialism by creating relationships between British subjects across the globe, but also by excluding specific groups.
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Table of Contents

List of figures; Acknowledgements; Introduction: emotions and empire; 1. Children of empire: British nationalism and colonial utopias; 2. Colonial 'blind spots': images of frontier conflict; 3. Australian Uncle Tom's Cabins; 4. The homeless of empire? Imperial outcasts in Bleak House; 5. Christian heroes on the new frontier; 6. Charity begins at home? Philanthropy, magic lantern slides and missionary performances; 7. The Republican debate and popular royalism: 'a strange reluctance to actually shout at the Queen'; Bibliography; Index.