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Imperial History and the Global Politics of Exclusion


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Chapter 1: Introduction: British imperial history and its antecedents.- Chapter 2: Breaking up the British Empire.- Chapter 3: Historical racism between page and practice, 1880-1900.- Chapter 4:History as institution: the battle for the new 'imperial'.- Chapter 5: Empire in opposition: the stakes of history and the rise of anticolonial nationalism.- Chapter 6: Empire, history, and the Great War.- Chapter 7: The Third British Empire.- Chapter 8: Conclusion.

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Amanda Behm is Lecturer in British History at the University of York, UK. She has taught previously at Yale University and the University of California, Berkeley.

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