Beyond Europe
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The contributions presented in this issue of "Dhau" focus on far-reaching repercussions the arguable "primal catastrophe" of the 20th century had on societies and polities of the Global South. It's inhabitants were mostly drawn into this war on the grounds of colonial power relations or otherwise patronizing conditions. It is contended that even if increased attention has been paid to the global implications of the First World War during the last four years, research perspectives of mainstream social cum military studies are still largely confined to the belligerent powers in Europe and North…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The contributions presented in this issue of "Dhau" focus on far-reaching repercussions the arguable "primal catastrophe" of the 20th century had on societies and polities of the Global South. It's inhabitants were mostly drawn into this war on the grounds of colonial power relations or otherwise patronizing conditions. It is contended that even if increased attention has been paid to the global implications of the First World War during the last four years, research perspectives of mainstream social cum military studies are still largely confined to the belligerent powers in Europe and North America. Relevant historical work which has been accomplished in the wider field of Area Studies allows for bridging this gap and should therefore receive enhanced attention, all the more as these contributions not only deal with experiences and perceptions of both subordinated military personnel and civil society actors from the world regions involved, but also reveal how this agency is embedded in and feeds into overarching cognitive, political and social processes.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Röhrig Universitätsverlag
  • Seitenzahl: 205
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juli 2018
  • Deutsch, Englisch
  • Abmessung: 216mm x 153mm x 18mm
  • Gewicht: 420g
  • ISBN-13: 9783861107224
  • ISBN-10: 3861107228
  • Artikelnr.: 53066310
Autorenporträt
Christine Hatzky is professor of Latin American and Caribbean History at the History Department of Leibniz University in Hannover and speaker of its Centre for Atlantic and Global Studies. Brigitte Reinwald is professor of African History at the History Department of Leibniz University in Hannover.
Inhaltsangabe
Christine Hatzky, Brigitte Reinwald: Beyond Europe. The First World War in Global Perspective
Elizabeth F. Thompson: The Postwar Revival of Popular Liberalism and its Suppression in the Arab World, 1918
1923
Anna Maguire: The Sphinx and Shepheard's Hotel: Colonial Tourism in Egypt during the First World War
Sergio Guerra Vilaboy: Arbeitsmigration aus Jamaika und Haiti nach Kuba zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts und im Ersten Weltkrieg. Das Beispiel der United Fruit Company
Didaktik
Imke Rath: Vergessen, Bedauern und Glorifizieren einer verlustreichen militärischen Operation: Multiperspektivische Einblicke in Schulbuchdarstellungen des Gallipolifeldzugs
Thema: Interkulturelle Gewalt
Christoph Marx: Die Kolonialkriege Südafrikas und ihre ideologischen Folgen
Rezensionen
Autorinnen und Autoren
Themenvorschau: Bildpostkarten als historische Quellen der außereuropäischen Geschichte. Herausgegeben von Tilman Frasch