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  • Russian imperial expansion in context and by contrast
  • Colonization ; Eighteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; Nineteenth Century ; Russia ; Territorial strategy
  • Although Russia has not generally been acknowledged as an imperial state, it does qualify by virtue unilaterally acquired and exploited the lands of other peoples. Its imperialism was, however, significantly different from that of the colonial
  • powers of Western Europe in a number of respects. These differences, which served to disguise the imperial nature of Russian expansion, also generated distinctive consequences.
  • Development, imperialism and some misconceptions.
  • Claiming the high ground : theories of imperial authority and the British hill stations in India
  • Administration ; Colonialism ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; India ; Nineteenth Century ; Power
  • The paper examines the expanding administrative use of the hill stations from the early nineteenth century through the 1880s. Conflicting srategies and practices for maintaining imperial control required mediation and contrasting frameworks
  • for defining duty and loyalty between government and subject vied for dominance. The significance of Utilitarian thought, changing appraisals of climate and constructions of race are evaluated in an analysis of the imperial hill stations.
  • The South African census and the imperial link
  • British Empire ; Colonialism ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; Population census ; Race ; Social structure ; South Africa
  • Modern census taking in South Africa began as an offshoot of the British imperial enquiry into its colonial possessions. As such the form, frequency and much of the detail of the conduct and presentation of the census was derived from British
  • precedents. South African society differed markedly from England and this was increasing reflected in the pre-1961 censuses, as the imperial link was loosened. - (AJC)
  • Climate, race, and imperial authority: the symbolic landscape of the British Hill Station in India
  • Climate ; Colonial period ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; India ; Urban planning
  • The paper examines the hill station as a landscape type tied to nineteenth-century discourses of imperialism and climate. They serve as evidence of a belief in racial difference. Because the hill station was seen as a resource to be protected
  • for use by the British ruler, the standards used in colonial settlement planning are framed in these discourses of privilege and difference. Primary attention is given to the high imperial age from 1870 to 1914.
  • Geopolitics and the avian imperial archive : the zoogeography of region-making in the nineteenth-century British Mediterranean
  • Applied geography ; Army ; Bird ; Gibraltar ; Imperialism ; Malta ; Nineteenth Century ; Ornithology ; Political geography ; Traveller's tale ; United Kingdom ; Zoogeography
  • By examining the material remnants of the “avian imperial archive” (avian lists, bird skins, eggs, travel writing), this article demonstrates how British military ornithology helped to materialize imaginatively and empirically the British
  • Mediterranean as a transitional region for the physical and cultural acclimatization of British officers en route to and from India and to extend British imperial interests into North Africa. As this article reveals, the production of zoogeography by British
  • military officers in the Mediterranean was coconstituted by imperial military geopolitics.
  • Representations et celebrations du pouvoir imperial dans les provinces syriennes d Auguste a Constantin : (31 av J-C - 337 ap J-C)
  • Syrie - Moyen-Orient - Moyen-Orient - Culte imperial - Empereurs - Rites et ceremonies politiques - Pouvoirs
  • The fallacious imperial geopolitics of EU enlargment : the case of Cyprus
  • Geography and imperialism: the role of Sir Bartle Frere (1815-84)
  • Hill stations or horticulture ? Conflicting imperial visions of the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
  • Administration ; Colonization ; Decision ; Hill station ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; Land development ; Malaysia ; Years 1920-29
  • Cultural studies ; History ; Imperialism ; Italy ; Literature ; Nationalism ; Years 1920-29
  • and unconsciously imperial. In his narratives the political map of the nation is overlaid with a tissue of imperial and sexual symbols. He examines how the geographic signs of empire are inscribed in Il Piacere and in Cabiria.
  • The imperial subject : geography and travel in the work of Mary Kingsley and Halford Mackinder
  • Colonization ; Cultural studies ; Ideology ; Imperialism ; Journey
  • Barbados ; British people ; Discourse ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Imperialism ; Nineteenth Century ; Plantation ; Slavery
  • The paper explores white Barbadian responses to the resurgent British anti-slavery campaign and imperial ameliorative programme after 1823. Locating anti-slavery and opposition to it within the broader imperial social formation, the paper proposes
  • As solid as the Rock ? Place, belonging and the local appropriation of imperial discourse in Gibraltar
  • Discourse ; Europe ; Gibraltar ; History ; Imperialism ; Place ; Post-colonialism ; Sense of belonging
  • Benevolent imperialism : George Catlin and the practice of Jeffersonian geography
  • Cultural studies ; Exploration ; Geographical thought ; Historical geography ; History of geography ; Imperialism ; Nineteenth Century ; United States of America ; Years 1830-39
  • Beyond imperial domination and resistance : extrapolating the late colonial Amazonian cultural landscape from the visual record
  • the local population. She concludes that the reductionist global paradigms of imperial control should be replaced with a consideration of how the reconfiguration of colonial landscapes included the input of indigenous populations. - (SLD)
  • Imperial spaces : placing the Irish and Scots in colonial Australia
  • Australia ; Colonization ; Diaspora ; Geographical thought ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; Irish people ; Place ; Scots ; Settlement ; Transnationalism
  • This book focuses on historical and geographical literature on empire and diaspora, while paying attention to recent schools of thought on imperial history, and to alternative transnational and “located” understandings of diasporic consciousness
  • Imperial Russia in Frontier America: the changing geography of supply of Russian America, 1784-1867
  • Communication ; Cultural studies ; Diffusion ; Imperialism ; Information ; Mozambique ; National identity
  • of media imperialism, decultuation, and deterritorialisation are examined in the quest for a national identity. - (AJC)
  • Agrarian change and agricultural policy in post-imperial Ethiopia (1974-1988)