H5-Fall10+Lecture+21+Outline

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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XXI p. 1 9 November 2010 The New Imperialism I.  The “new imperialism” as part of the old story of expansion A. Continuous history of European territorial expansion from 1492: two, perhaps  three stages B. A continuous history of the colonial subjects as Europe’s “Other”  C. Increasing western economic domination accelerating in 18 th  century; free  trade imperialism D. Continuous colonial warfare:  Indian Mutiny (Rebellion; Revolution) 1857 as a  critical moment II. The “new imperialism” as part of a new nineteenth century history A. What is new in the “new imperialism”: “scramble for Africa;” “small”  imperial wars; new participants; new patters of settlement; new inequities B. “Nationalism” and geopolitical rivalries go global C. Imperial politics shaped by domestic political struggles and divisions D. Ideologies of progress, science, and European triumphalism go global
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