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Roque, Ricardo

Engaging Colonial Knowledge

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Engaging Colonial Knowledge
Ricardo Roque, Kim A. Wagner

Part I. Epistemic Fissures

2. ‘In Cold Blood’: Hierarchies of Credibility and the Politics of Colonial Narratives
Ann Laura Stoler

3. North Indian Lives in the Archives of the Colonial State
Leigh Denault

4. Reading Farm and Forest: Colonial Forest Science and Policy in Southern Nigeria
Pauline von Hellermann

Part II. Indigenous Voices and Colonial Records

5. Insights from the ‘Ancient Word’: The Use of Colonial Sources in the Study of Aztec Society
Caroline Dodds Pennock

6. ‘In Unrestrained Conversation’: Approvers and the Colonial Ethnography of Crime in Nineteenth-Century India
Kim A. Wagner

7. From Civil Servant to Little King: An Indigenous Construction of Colonial Authority in Early Nineteenth-Century South India
Niels Brimnes

8. French Anthropology and the Durkheimians in Colonial Indochina
Susan Bayly

Part III. Archives of Entanglement

9. Treachery and Ethnicity in Portuguese Representations of Sri Lanka
Alan Strathern

10. William Hodges As Anthropologist and Historian
Nicholas Thomas

11. Entangled with Otherness: Military Ethnographies of Headhunting in East Timor
Ricardo Roque

12. ‘What Do You Really Want in German East Africa, Herr Professor?’ Counterinsurgency and the Science Effect in Colonial Tanzania
Andrew Zimmerman

Keywords: History, Asian History, World History, Global and Transnational History, Imperialism and Colonialism, African History, Modern History, Historiography and Method

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series
Page amount
317 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230360075
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-31766-0

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