Was European Imperialism primarily an Economic or Cultural
Sir Keith Hancock has said that in one morning I have encountered 10 different meanings for the word
Imperialism.1 The definitions of imperialism certainly do vary. Some, such
CLASS AND IDENTITY
MMW LECTURE WEEK 17
Does this mean there is no such thing as class anymore?
Is it just an identity claimed by some not others
It is clear that structural inequality exists more now than ever.
If there is no relation between status and s
GERMANY READING WEEK 11
Weimar republic does not cease to exist as soon as Hitler is in power constitution
continues until 1945 maybe even 1949 Jan to 1933 to September 1934 key parts
of constitution were altered greatly to fit Nazi ideals.
The Enlightenment questioned everything, which meant that later Enlightenment writers also
criticised the early enlightenment thinkers. The first documents we look at this week thus pit
Rousseau against Mary Wollstonecraft, who rejected his (and ot
FROM YALTA TO VIETNAM
MMW LECTURE 1 - WEEK 20
USA in 1945
RETURN TO THE GREAT DEPRESSION?
CITY UPON THE HILL
USA AN IMPERIAL NATION
USSR in 1945
The Cold war and the Third World
DWIGHT EISENHOWER AND MASSIVE
NIKITA KHRUSCHEV A
ENGLISH PRINT AND THE ENCYCLOPEDIE
SEMINAR WEEK 9
What was the Encyclopdie?
Who contributed to it?
How did d'Alembert seek to order knowledge?
Why were dictionaries and encyclopedias important?
What was the role of the press in disseminating enl
Book Review of Weimar Radicals: Nazis and Communists between
Authenticity and Performance by Timothy Brown
The Weimar republic certainly does not lack coverage. Much of the study observes the failure of
the Weimar Republic to employ democracy either side
FAITH AND MODERNITY
MMW SEMINAR READING WEEK 15
The original "locale" of secularization . . . was in the economic area,
Wembley Exhibition is the first important manifestation. It had been mooted by the British Empire
League as early as 1902 It gradually developed a new significance: to restore national and Imperial
confidence after the war and to proclaim the economic imp