Citizens and Subjects of the Italian Colonies Legal Constructions and Social Practices, 1882–1943
The Body in the Anglosphere, 1880–1920 "Well Sexed Womanhood," "Finer Natives," and "Very White Men"
Transatlantic Relations and the Great War Austria-Hungary and the United States
Denial: the Final Stage of Genocide?
Koreans in Transnational Diasporas of the Russian Far East and Manchuria, 1895–1920 Arirang People
Colonising New Zealand A Reappraisal
Edited By Simona Berhe, Olindo De Napoli
December 31, 2021
This is the first book on Italian colonialism that specifically deals with the question of citizenship/subjecthood. Such a topic is crucial for understanding both the Italian imperial rule and the complex dynamics of the different colonial societies where several actors, like notables, political ...
By Aysel Morin
December 31, 2021
Examining Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s Büyük Nutuk (The Great Public Address), this book identifies the five founding political myths of Turkey: the First Duty, the Internal Enemy, the Encirclement, the Ancestor, and Modernity. Offering a comprehensive rhetorical analysis of Nutuk in its entirety, the ...
By Robert W. Thurston
December 31, 2021
Focusing on the body in every chapter, this book examines the changing meanings and profound significance of the physical form among the Anglo-Saxons from 1880 to 1920. They formed an imaginary—but, in many ways, quite real—community that ruled much of the world. Among them, racism became more ...
Edited By Sabine Dullin, Étienne Forestier-Peyrat, Yuexin Rachel Lin, Naoko Shimazu
November 05, 2021
The Russian Revolution in Asia: From Baku to Batavia presents a unique and timely global history intervention into the historiography of the Russian Revolution of 1917, marking the centenary of one of the most significant modern revolutions. It explores the legacies of the Revolution across the ...
Edited By Montse Feu
October 15, 2021
The Antifascist Chronicles of Aurelio Pego: A Critical Anthology collects and contextualizes Pego’s 118 literary chronicles published between 1940 and 1967 in the periodical España Libre, New York. The satire of this household name in the US Spanish-language press lambasted Fascist Spain, lampooned...
By Kurt Bednar
September 30, 2021
Transatlantic Relations and the Great War explores the relations between the Danube Monarchy of Austria-Hungary and the modern US democracy and how that relationship developed over decades until it ended in a final rupture. As the First World War drew to a close in late 1918, the Mid-European Union...
Edited By John Cox, Amal Khoury, Sarah Minslow
September 22, 2021
Genocide denial not only abuses history and insults the victims but paves the way for future atrocities. Yet few, if any, books have offered a comparative overview and analysis of this problem. Denial: The Final Stage of Genocide? is a resource for understanding and countering denial. Denial ...
Edited By Moisés Prieto
September 16, 2021
Historical research on modern dictatorship has often neglected the relevance of the nineteenth century, instead focusing on twentieth-century dictatorial rules. Dictatorship in the Nineteenth Century brings together scholars of political thought, the history of ideas and gender studies in order to ...
By Hye Ok Park
September 20, 2021
Much attention has been paid to the Japanese deployment of Koreans in their war efforts during WWII. Much less attention, however, has been given to the subject prior to 1910. This book will: 1) present the evidence which reveals the presence of Koreans in the Japanese military during the ...
By Paul Moon
September 06, 2021
Colonising New Zealand offers a radically new vision of the basis and process of Britain’s colonisation of New Zealand. It commences by confronting the problems arising from subjective and ever-evolving moral judgements about colonisation and examines the possibility of understanding colonisation ...
Edited By Sabine Lee, Heide Glaesmer, Barbara Stelzl-Marx
July 29, 2021
This volume presents research from an international, interdisciplinary, and intersectoral research project in which 15 doctoral researchers explored a range of issues related to the life-course experiences of children born of war in 20th-century conflicts. Children Born of War (CBOW), children...
Edited By Andreas Marklund, Laura Skouvig
July 28, 2021
Deploying empirical studies spanning from early Imperial China to the present day, 17 scholars from across the globe explore the history of surveillance with special attention to the mechanisms of power that impel the concept of surveillance in society. By delving into a broad range of historical ...