The colonial past is never dead. It?s not even past: Histories of Empire, Decolonization, and European Cultures after 1945

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Titre The colonial past is never dead. It?s not even past: Histories of Empire, Decolonization, and European Cultures after 1945
Type de publication Article de périodique
Langue principale de la publication anglais
Date de publication 2016
Auteur Matthew G. STANARD
Titre du périodique Jahrbuch für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook
Genre article scientifique
URL https://www.academia.edu/30445246/_The_colonial_past_is_never_dead._It_s_not_even_past_Histories_of_Empire_Decolonization_and_European_Cultures_after_1945._Jahrbuch_f%C3%BCr_Europ%C3%A4ische_Geschichte_European_History_Yearbook._December_2016
Résumé/Présentation "History writing about empire is thriving, although few could have predicted this in the 1980s, when the field was moribund. This article examines the history and historiography of post-1945 empires and decolonization, observing how international and economic developments, combined with changes to the history profession, revived the field in the 1990s. From this resurgence emerged the ?new imperial history,? with its focus on imperialism and culture, although some debate whether Europe ever developed a ?colonial culture.? The essay assesses recent works on the legacies of empire and..."
Référence complète Stanard, Matthew. ?The colonial past is never dead. It?s not even past: Histories of Empire, Decolonization, and European Cultures after 1945.? in : Jahrbuch für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook. December 2016, p. 151-174.

Auteurs

Matthew G. STANARD

Biographie : Associate Professor of History at Berry College where he is the 2014 recipient of the Mary S. and Samuel Poe Carden Award for outstanding teaching, scholarship, and service. He has published a number of books, journal articles, and book chapters on nineteenth- and twentieth-century European overseas empire. He has been a participant in the National History Center's Decolonization Seminar in Washington, D.C., a Wolfsonian-FIU Fellow in Miami Beach, Florida, and a Belgian American Educational Foundation Fellow in Brussels, Belgium. He lives in Rome, Georgia [...]. (https://congoinharlem.squarespace.com/bwana-kitoko/ - 2014.10)