1. Introduction: The Scottish Experience in Asia, c.1700 to the Present: Settlers and Sojourners
T. M. Devine, Angela McCarthy
2. A Scottish Empire of Enterprise in the East, c.1700–1914
T. M. Devine
3. Scottish Orientalists, Administrators and Missions: A Distinctive Scots Approach to Asia?
John M. MacKenzie
4. Scottish Agency Houses in South-East Asia, c.1760–c.1813
5. Scots and the Imposition of Improvement in South India
6. Death or a Pension: Scottish Fortunes at the End of the East India Company, c.1800–57
7. Governor J.A. Stewart Mackenzie and the Making of Ceylon
8. Scots and the Coffee Industry in Nineteenth Century Ceylon
T. J. Barron
9. Ceylon: A Scottish Colony?
10. Addicting the Dragon? Jardine, Matheson & Co in the China Opium Trade
T. M. Devine
11. The Shanghai Scottish: Volunteers with Scottish, Imperial and Local Identities, 1914–41
12. Ethnic Associationalism and Networking among the Scots in Asia: A Longitudinal Comparison, c.1870 to the Present
13. The Right Kind of Migrants: Scottish Expatriates in Hong Kong Since 1950 and the Promotion of Human Capital
- Devine, T. M.
- McCarthy, Angela
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- Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series
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