Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies

Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies

By: Berny Sebe (editor), Gabrielle Maas (editor), Kalypso Nicolaidis (editor)Paperback

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How does our colonial past echo through today's global politics? How have former empire-builders sought vindication or atonement, and formerly colonized states reversal or retribution? This groundbreaking book presents a panoramic view of attitudes to empires past and present, seen not only through the hard politics of international power structures but also through the nuances of memory, historiography and national and minority cultural identities. Bringing together leading historians, poitical scientists and international relations scholars from across the globe, Echoes of Empire emphasizes Europe's colonial legacy whilst also highlighting the importance of non-European power centres- Ottoman, Russian, Chinese, Japanese- in shaping world politics, then and now. Echoes of Empire bridges the divide between disciplines to trace the global routes travelled by objects, ideas and people and forms a radically different notion of the term 'empire' itself. This will be an essential companion to courses on international relations and imperial history as well as a fascinating read for anyone interested in Western hegemony, North-South relations, global power shifts and the longue duree.

About Author

Kalypso Nicolaidis is Professor of International Relations at St. Antony's College, Oxford, UK. Berny Sebe is Lecturer in Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK. Gabrielle Maas is an independent scholar and former fellow of the Institute of Historical Research. She received her doctorate from the University of Oxford

Contents

Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Table of Contents* Table of Contents Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Berny Sebe Between Memory, History, and Historiography: Contesting Ottoman Legacies in Turkey, 1923-2012 121 Nora Fisher Onar Too soon to Find Imperial 'Echoes'? The Russian Empire 133 Alexander Morrison State of Insecurity: Self-Defence and Self-Cultivation in the Genesis of Japanese Imperialism 149 Christopher Harding Epilogue Analysing 'Echoes of Empire' in Contemporary Context: The Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s - present) 165 John MacKenzie Part 3: From Imperial to Normative Power: the EU Project in a post-Colonial World Building Eurafrica: Reviving Colonialism through European Integration 1920-60 185 Peo Hansen and Stefan Jonsson 'Echoes Of Colonialism' in the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements, 2001-8 201 Clara Weinhardt and Emily Jones From the Soviet Bloc to the New Middle Age: East-Central Europe's Three Imperial Moments 219 Dimitar Bechev The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Why 'Othering' Matters 233 Elena Korosteleva 'Southern Barbarians'? A Postcolonial Critique of EUniversalism 247 Kalypso Nicolaidis Epilogue Chinese Empire meets the West: A Centennial Hurdle for China 265 Zhu Liqun and Feng Jicheng Part 4: Globalism: From the Colonial to the Postcolonial Worlds The European Invention of Globalism 281 Karoline Postel-Vinay Legal Child, Step Child: Brazil's and India's Globalisation Trajectories as Colonial Legacies 295 Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism 311 Rahul Rao From Anti-Colonial Movements to the New Social Movements 329 Robert Young Colonisation and Globalisation 337 Jacques Fremeaux and Gabrielle Maas Epilogue After-Images of Empire 347 Bernard Porter Afterword 359 John Darwin Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Table of Contents* Table of Contents Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Berny Sebe Between Memory, History, and Historiography: Contesting Ottoman Legacies in Turkey, 1923-2012 121 Nora Fisher Onar Too soon to Find Imperial 'Echoes'? The Russian Empire 133 Alexander Morrison State of Insecurity: Self-Defence and Self-Cultivation in the Genesis of Japanese Imperialism 149 Christopher Harding Epilogue Analysing 'Echoes of Empire' in Contemporary Context: The Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s - present) 165 John MacKenzie Part 3: From Imperial to Normative Power: the EU Project in a post-Colonial World Building Eurafrica: Reviving Colonialism through European Integration 1920-60 185 Peo Hansen and Stefan Jonsson 'Echoes Of Colonialism' in the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements, 2001-8 201 Clara Weinhardt and Emily Jones From the Soviet Bloc to the New Middle Age: East-Central Europe's Three Imperial Moments 219 Dimitar Bechev The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Why 'Othering' Matters 233 Elena Korosteleva 'Southern Barbarians'? A Postcolonial Critique of EUniversalism 247 Kalypso Nicolaidis Epilogue Chinese Empire meets the West: A Centennial Hurdle for China 265 Zhu Liqun and Feng Jicheng Part 4: Globalism: From the Colonial to the Postcolonial Worlds The European Invention of Globalism 281 Karoline Postel-Vinay Legal Child, Step Child: Brazil's and India's Globalisation Trajectories as Colonial Legacies 295 Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism 311 Rahul Rao From Anti-Colonial Movements to the New Social Movements 329 Robert Young Colonisation and Globalisation 337 Jacques Fremeaux and Gabrielle Maas Epilogue After-Images of Empire 347 Bernard Porter Afterword 359 John Darwin Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Table of Contents* Table of Contents Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Berny Sebe Between Memory, History, and Historiography: Contesting Ottoman Legacies in Turkey, 1923-2012 121 Nora Fisher Onar Too soon to Find Imperial 'Echoes'? The Russian Empire 133 Alexander Morrison State of Insecurity: Self-Defence and Self-Cultivation in the Genesis of Japanese Imperialism 149 Christopher Harding Epilogue Analysing 'Echoes of Empire' in Contemporary Context: The Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s - present) 165 John MacKenzie Part 3: From Imperial to Normative Power: the EU Project in a post-Colonial World Building Eurafrica: Reviving Colonialism through European Integration 1920-60 185 Peo Hansen and Stefan Jonsson 'Echoes Of Colonialism' in the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements, 2001-8 201 Clara Weinhardt and Emily Jones From the Soviet Bloc to the New Middle Age: East-Central Europe's Three Imperial Moments 219 Dimitar Bechev The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Why 'Othering' Matters 233 Elena Korosteleva 'Southern Barbarians'? A Postcolonial Critique of EUniversalism 247 Kalypso Nicolaidis Epilogue Chinese Empire meets the West: A Centennial Hurdle for China 265 Zhu Liqun and Feng Jicheng Part 4: Globalism: From the Colonial to the Postcolonial Worlds The European Invention of Globalism 281 Karoline Postel-Vinay Legal Child, Step Child: Brazil's and India's Globalisation Trajectories as Colonial Legacies 295 Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism 311 Rahul Rao From Anti-Colonial Movements to the New Social Movements 329 Robert Young Colonisation and Globalisation 337 Jacques Fremeaux and Gabrielle Maas Epilogue After-Images of Empire 347 Bernard Porter Afterword 359 John Darwin Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Table of Contents* Table of Contents Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Berny Sebe Between Memory, History, and Historiography: Contesting Ottoman Legacies in Turkey, 1923-2012 121 Nora Fisher Onar Too soon to Find Imperial 'Echoes'? The Russian Empire 133 Alexander Morrison State of Insecurity: Self-Defence and Self-Cultivation in the Genesis of Japanese Imperialism 149 Christopher Harding Epilogue Analysing 'Echoes of Empire' in Contemporary Context: The Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s - present) 165 John MacKenzie Part 3: From Imperial to Normative Power: the EU Project in a post-Colonial World Building Eurafrica: Reviving Colonialism through European Integration 1920-60 185 Peo Hansen and Stefan Jonsson 'Echoes Of Colonialism' in the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements, 2001-8 201 Clara Weinhardt and Emily Jones From the Soviet Bloc to the New Middle Age: East-Central Europe's Three Imperial Moments 219 Dimitar Bechev The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Why 'Othering' Matters 233 Elena Korosteleva 'Southern Barbarians'? A Postcolonial Critique of EUniversalism 247 Kalypso Nicolaidis Epilogue Chinese Empire meets the West: A Centennial Hurdle for China 265 Zhu Liqun and Feng Jicheng Part 4: Globalism: From the Colonial to the Postcolonial Worlds The European Invention of Globalism 281 Karoline Postel-Vinay Legal Child, Step Child: Brazil's and India's Globalisation Trajectories as Colonial Legacies 295 Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism 311 Rahul Rao From Anti-Colonial Movements to the New Social Movements 329 Robert Young Colonisation and Globalisation 337 Jacques Fremeaux and Gabrielle Maas Epilogue After-Images of Empire 347 Bernard Porter Afterword 359 John Darwin Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Table of Contents* Table of Contents Acknowledgements iv Contributors iv Echoes of Empire: A Multi-Disciplinary Appraisal 1 Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabrielle Maas Part 1: Colonialism and modernity: Views from the receiving end Imperial Parasitism: British Explorers and Africa's Empires 17 Dane Kennedy Colonial Modernities: A View from the Imperial Verandah, c. 1880-1960 29 Jan-Georg Deutsch Echoes of Empire and Democracy in South Asia 39 Sarmila Bose Monarquia, Imperio, Republica, Republicas: Latin America and its Imperial Past 53 Jean-Frederic Schaub Epilogue Echoes of European Colonialism in South America 69 Juan Jose Rossi Part 2: Return to Sender? Imperial Visions, Imperial Legacies The Echoes of Rome in British and American Imperial Ideologies 89 Ali Parchami Towards Cosmopolitan Perspectives on Empires and their Echoes? The case for a European framework 105 Berny Sebe Between Memory, History, and Historiography: Contesting Ottoman Legacies in Turkey, 1923-2012 121 Nora Fisher Onar Too soon to Find Imperial 'Echoes'? The Russian Empire 133 Alexander Morrison State of Insecurity: Self-Defence and Self-Cultivation in the Genesis of Japanese Imperialism 149 Christopher Harding Epilogue Analysing 'Echoes of Empire' in Contemporary Context: The Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s - present) 165 John MacKenzie Part 3: From Imperial to Normative Power: the EU Project in a post-Colonial World Building Eurafrica: Reviving Colonialism through European Integration 1920-60 185 Peo Hansen and Stefan Jonsson 'Echoes Of Colonialism' in the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements, 2001-8 201 Clara Weinhardt and Emily Jones From the Soviet Bloc to the New Middle Age: East-Central Europe's Three Imperial Moments 219 Dimitar Bechev The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Why 'Othering' Matters 233 Elena Korosteleva 'Southern Barbarians'? A Postcolonial Critique of EUniversalism 247 Kalypso Nicolaidis Epilogue Chinese Empire meets the West: A Centennial Hurdle for China 265 Zhu Liqun and Feng Jicheng Part 4: Globalism: From the Colonial to the Postcolonial Worlds The European Invention of Globalism 281 Karoline Postel-Vinay Legal Child, Step Child: Brazil's and India's Globalisation Trajectories as Colonial Legacies 295 Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira Echoes of Imperialism in LGBT Activism 311 Rahul Rao From Anti-Colonial Movements to the New Social Movements 329 Robert Young Colonisation and Globalisation 337 Jacques Fremeaux and Gabrielle Maas Epilogue After-Images of Empire 347 Bernard Porter Afterword 359 John Darwin

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