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  1. Public trials: Burke, Zola, Arendt, and the politics of lost causes - Lida Maxwell 2014

    Book 

  2. A Concise History of Modern India - Barbara D. Metcalf , and Thomas R. Metcalf 2012

    Book 

  3. Religion in the British Empire - Elizabeth Elbourne 2008

    Chapter 

  4. Missions and empire - Norman Etherington 2009 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  5. Intro seminar 1 item
  6. Seminar 1 Friday 8 March: The empire in question 4 items
    These readings provide an introduction to the questions of the course.
    1. New Zealand's empire - Katie Pickles, Catharine Coleborne 2016

      Book  Click on book title to access the book.

  7. Seminar 2 Friday 15 March: The old and the new: empires, histories, gender & agendas 6 items
    1. Gender and Empire 2004

      Book  We are interested in the Introduction: Why Gender and Empire?

    2. What is History Now? - David Cannadine 2002

      Book 

  8. Seminar 3 Friday 22 March: Victoria's empire: queenly domains and contact zones 5 items
  9. Seminar 4 Friday 5 April: Made in motion? Travel and transit as the imperial condition 6 items
  10. Seminar 5 Friday 12 April: Home and Away 4 items
  11. Seminar 6 Friday 17 May: Missions and Empire: expansion in convergence or in conflict? 4 items
    1. Religion in the British Empire - Elizabeth Elbourne 2008

      Chapter 

  12. Seminar 7: 24 May Scandal as a currency of status, power, imperial threads 4 items
    1. Public trials: Burke, Zola, Arendt, and the politics of lost causes - Lida Maxwell 2014

      Book  Please read Chapter 2 'Justice, sympathy and mourning...'.

    2. A Concise History of Modern India - Barbara D. Metcalf , and Thomas R. Metcalf 2012

      Book 

  13. Seminar 7 Monday 22 May: Imperialism and Motherhood 3 items
  14. Seminar 8 Tuesday 18 July: Tense and Tender Ties: marriages across or within 'frontiers' of empire 5 items
  15. Seminar 9 Tuesday 1 August: Invention, Imposture and Scandal 2 items
  16. Seminar 10: 22 August Oceans of Isolation - Oceans of Love? Chasing the meanings of intimacy 3 items
    1. 'In search of the"whaheen": Ngai Tahu women, shore whalers and the meaning of sex in early New Zealand - David Haines c2009

      Chapter 

  17. Seminar 10 Tuesday 15 August: Tense and Tender Ties 4 items
    1. Many tender ties: women in fur-trade society, 1670-1870 - Sylvia Van Kirk 1983, c1980

      Chapter 

  18. Many tender ties: women in fur-trade society, 1670-1870 - Sylvia Van Kirk 1983, c1980

    Chapter 

  19. Seminar 11 Tuesday 22 August: Ecologies of Empire 4 items
  20. Seminar 12 Tuesday 12 September: Entrepots of Empire 5 items
    1. The Making of Wellington, 1800-1914 - D. A. Hamer, Roberta Nicholls 1990

      Book 

  21. Seminar 13 Tuesday 26 September: 0 items
  22. Seminar 14 Tuesday 10 October: 3 items
  23. Seminar 15 Tuesday 17 October: The empire in answer: review and conclusions 0 items
    There are no new readings for this seminar. The purpose is to reflect on the questions, debates, material, people and places we have traversed over the year; to consider what our answers have been to histories we have explored, and to contemplate future directions - in historical debate and research and in your own paths as historians.
  24. Gender and Empire 2004

    Book  We are interested in the Introduction, pp.1-13

  25. Kilts as costumes: identity, resistance and tradition - Katie Pickles 2007

    Chapter 

  26. 'In search of the"whaheen": Ngai Tahu women, shore whalers and the meaning of sex in early New Zealand - David Haines c2009

    Chapter 

  27. Seminar 11: 12 September Monarchy, Modernity and Empire 3 items
  28. Seminar 12: 26 September Paths of Duty, Paths of Defiance 3 items