The nine essays of this volume, spanning from the eighteenth to mid-twentieth century, highlight the workings of, and reactions to, colonial domination in Asian contexts. The scholars use a range of social science history methods to explore new paths to colonial history. The essays emphasize colonialism as a multifaceted historical phenomenon which has taken a number of mutually incompatible forms. With references.
Responding to the West: Essays on Colonial Domination and Asian Agency
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PublisherAmsterdam University Press