HIST378

Revisiting Empire

30 points

Not offered 2023, offered in 2021, 2022

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Description

This course provides a critical understanding of decolonisation and legacies of empire in making the modern world. You will be introduced to major debates in the history of British World scholarship. Topics are from the latest ideas in the area and include commemoration and the toppling of statues, cultural symbols of nation and empire, landscape and power, war and patriotism, settler/indigenous contact zones, environmental imperialism, female imperialism, gender and sexuality, empire and memory, war and patriotism, travel and the sea, and food and marketing. Aotearoa New Zealand, Africa, Australia and Canada are examined.

Prerequisites

Any 30 points at 200 level from HIST, or
any 60 points at 200 level from the Schedule V of the BA.

Restrictions

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