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Both colonial and postcolonial historical approaches often sideline New Zealand as a peripheral player. This book redresses the balance, and evaluates its role as an imperial power - as both a powerful imperial envoy and a significant presence in the Pacific region. -- .

Produktbeschreibung
Both colonial and postcolonial historical approaches often sideline New Zealand as a peripheral player. This book redresses the balance, and evaluates its role as an imperial power - as both a powerful imperial envoy and a significant presence in the Pacific region. -- .
  • Produktdetails
  • Studies in Imperialism
  • Verlag: Manchester University Press
  • Seitenzahl: 288
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. November 2015
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 159mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 644g
  • ISBN-13: 9780719091537
  • ISBN-10: 0719091535
  • Artikelnr.: 42801810
Autorenporträt
Katie Pickles is Professor of History at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand Catharine Coleborne is Professor of History at the University of Waikato, New Zealand
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: New Zealand's Empire
Katie Pickles and Catharine Coleborne Part I: 'Empire at home' 1. Te Karere Maori and the defence of Empire, 1855
60
Kenton Storey 2. An imperial icon Indigenised: the Queen Victoria Memorial at Ohinemutu
Mark Stocker 3. 'Two branches of the brown Polynesians': ethnographic fieldwork, colonial governmentality and the 'dance of agency'
Conal McCarthy Part II: Imperial mobility 4. Travelling the Tasman world: travel writing and narratives of transit
Anna Johnston 5. Law's mobility: vagrancy and imperial legality in the trans
Tasman colonial world, 1860s
1914
Catharine Coleborne 6. 'The World's Fernery': New Zealand, fern albums, and nineteenth
century fern fever
Molly Duggins Part III: New Zealand's Pacific Empire 7. From Sudan to Samoa: imperial legacies and cultures in New Zealand's rule over the Mandated Territory of Western Samoa
Patricia O'Brien 8. 'Fiji is really the Honolulu of the Dominion': tourism, empire and New Zealand's Pacific, c.1900
35
Frances Steel 9. Empire in the eyes of the beholder: New Zealand in the Pacific through French eyes
Adrian Muckle 1900
55 10. War surplus? New Zealand and American children of Indigenous women in Samoa, the Cook Islands, and Tokelau
Judith A. Bennett Part IV Inside and outside Empire 11. Official occasions and vernacular voices: New Zealand's British Empire and Commonwealth Games, 1950
90
Michael Dawson 12. Australia as New Zealand's western frontier, 1965
95
Rosemary Baird and Philippa Mein Smith 13. Southern outreach: New Zealand claims Antarctica from the 'heroic era' to the twenty
first century
Katie Pickles 14. A radical reinterpretation of New Zealand history: apology, remorse and reconciliation
Giselle Byrnes Glossary Index