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The institutionalization of public hygiene in Korea, 1876-1910. (1/29)

On the whole, the major impetus for the institutionalization of public hygiene in Korea came from two directions. On one hand, the self-enlightened intellectuals had introduced a variety of Western ideas and theories on public hygiene since the mid-eighteenth century. On the other hand, Japan strongly influenced the modern systems of Korean health care and medical education, especially through Japanese efforts at the sanitary control of infectious diseses such as smallpox and cholera. The institutionalization of Korea's public hygiene in this period corresponded not to the high ideas of the progressive intellectuals but to the larger social and institutional changes caused by the major political events. Ideas of public hygiene were institutionalized as a powerful strategy of linking the imperial capital and colonial domains.  (+info)

Reconceptualizing native women's health: an "indigenist" stress-coping model. (2/29)

This commentary presents an "indigenist" model of Native women's health, a stress-coping paradigm that situates Native women's health within the larger context of their status as a colonized people. The model is grounded in empirical evidence that traumas such as the "soul wound" of historical and contemporary discrimination among Native women influence health and mental health outcomes. The preliminary model also incorporates cultural resilience, including as moderators identity, enculturation, spiritual coping, and traditional healing practices. Current epidemiological data on Native women's general health and mental health are reconsidered within the framework of this model.  (+info)

Health sector reform in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT): targeting the forest or the trees? (3/29)

Since the signing of the Oslo Peace Accords and the establishment of the Palestinian Authority in 1994, reform activities have targeted various spheres, including the health sector. Several international aid and UN organizations have been involved, as well as local and international non-governmental organizations, with considerable financial and technical investments. Although important achievements have been made, it is not evident that the quality of care has improved or that the most pressing health needs have been addressed, even before the second Palestinian Uprising that began in September 2000. The crisis of the Israeli re-invasion of Palestinian-controlled towns and villages since April 2002 and the attendant collapse of state structures and services have raised the problems to critical levels. This paper attempts to analyze some of the obstacles that have faced reform efforts. In our assessment, those include: ongoing conflict, frail Palestinian quasi-state structures and institutions, multiple and at times inappropriate donor policies and practices in the health sector, and a policy vacuum characterized by the absence of internal Palestinian debate on the type and direction of reform the country needs to take. In the face of all these considerations, it is important that reform efforts be flexible and consider realistically the political and economic contexts of the health system, rather than focus on mere narrow technical, managerial and financial solutions imported from the outside.  (+info)

Latin American social medicine and global social medicine. (4/29)

A fundamental change in the theory underlying public health and medicine is needed. Latin American social medicine (LASM), originating in a region of the world that has been subjected to colonial and postcolonial influence, will be part of this change. To the extent that the social production of disease among people in other regions is a consequence of various large-scale forms of domination, LASM offers a relevant analysis, models of resistance, and exemplars of social medicine in practice. I draw upon LASM to examine the social production of disease in the Marshall Islands and Iraq. I suggest a basis for a global social medicine in the shared experience of suffering and describe implications for public health theory and practice.  (+info)

Elihu Yale and the medicine he promoted: the government general hospital and Madras Medical College, India. (5/29)

Much has been written about the philanthropist Elihu Yale and his life in the Americas and England, where he spent his beginnings and end. Less publicized is his life in India, where he spent the majority of his adult life and where he raised his family. A major contribution of Elihu Yale to medicine in India was his promotion of a local hospital in the major Indian trading port city of Madras. This essay briefly describes the history of that hospital and the medical college that grew out of it.  (+info)

Spirituality among Latinas/os: implications of culture in conceptualization and measurement. (6/29)

Despite growing transnational migration between the United States and Latin American countries, culturally relevant conceptualizations of spirituality among Latinas/os remain lacking in healthcare research. Grounded in Latina feminist theology, this article elucidates cultural values that influence spirituality and describes findings from a study using a new questionnaire to explore spirituality among Latinas in Puerto Rico and the US mainland. Results support the saliency of cultural values such as personalismo and familismo as the context for spiritual perspectives, which may function independently of the Catholic Church structure.  (+info)

"Neither of meate nor drinke, but what the Doctor alloweth": medicine amidst war and commerce in eighteenth-century Madras. (7/29)

Madras in the eighteenth century was a site of continuous warfare sparked mostly by trading interests. This paper studies how these influences of hostility and commerce shaped the medical establishment of the English East India Company. It begins by analyzing the struggle of the medical establishment to cope with military and logistical requirements; it then shows how the Coromandel trade provided a peculiar dynamic to the practice of medicine in Madras. By aligning the history of medicine with that of trade, the paper traces the parallel trajectories of intellectual and material wealth. The development of modern medicine is seen as a process of adjusting to and engaging with diverse ideas and items--sometimes co-opting them, sometimes realigning them in new modes of production.  (+info)

Blood transfusions in the early years of AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. (8/29)

Blood transfusions transmit HIV more effectively than other means, yet there has been little examination of their role in the origins and early course of AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. We review historical data in archives, government reports, and medical literature from African and European sources documenting the introduction, establishment, use, and growth of blood transfusions in sub-Saharan Africa. These data allow estimation of the geographic diffusion and growth of blood transfusions between 1940 and 1990. By 1955, 19 African colonies and countries reported transfusion programs-with national rates of 718 to 1372 per 100 000 by 1964, and urban rates similar to those in developed countries. We estimated 1 million transfusions per year in sub-Saharan Africa by 1970 and 2 million per year by the 1980s, indicating that transfusions were widely used throughout sub-Saharan Africa during the crucial period of 1950-1970, when all epidemic strains of HIV first emerged in this region.  (+info)

Colonialism, in a medical context, can refer to the process by which colonial powers imposed their own medical practices and systems upon the colonized peoples. This could include the introduction of new diseases (through forced contact or migration), the spread of infectious diseases due to poor living conditions and lack of access to healthcare, and the imposition of Western medical theories and treatments on non-Western cultures. Colonialism also had a profound impact on the social determinants of health, such as poverty, education, and housing, which further exacerbated health disparities between colonizers and the colonized. Additionally, colonial powers often used medicine as a tool of control and domination, for example by forcing indigenous peoples to undergo medical procedures or experiments without their consent.

Genetic determinism is a philosophical concept that suggests that our genetic makeup is the sole determining factor for our traits, behaviors, and diseases. According to this perspective, our genes dictate our development, personality, health outcomes, and other aspects of our lives, with little or no influence from environmental factors or personal choices.

However, this view has been largely discredited by modern genetic research, which has shown that the relationship between genes and traits is much more complex than previously thought. Most traits are influenced by a combination of multiple genes (known as polygenic inheritance) and environmental factors, making it difficult to predict outcomes based solely on genetics.

It's important to note that while our genes can influence our risk for certain diseases or conditions, they do not determine our destiny. Lifestyle choices, environment, and other factors can also play a significant role in shaping our health and well-being.

An encyclopedia is a comprehensive reference work containing articles on various topics, usually arranged in alphabetical order. In the context of medicine, a medical encyclopedia is a collection of articles that provide information about a wide range of medical topics, including diseases and conditions, treatments, tests, procedures, and anatomy and physiology. Medical encyclopedias may be published in print or electronic formats and are often used as a starting point for researching medical topics. They can provide reliable and accurate information on medical subjects, making them useful resources for healthcare professionals, students, and patients alike. Some well-known examples of medical encyclopedias include the Merck Manual and the Stedman's Medical Dictionary.

The Vitelline Duct, also known as the Yolk Stalk or the Omphalomesenteric Duct, is a vestigial structure in human embryonic development. It is a canal that connects the midgut of the developing fetus to the yolk sac, which provides nutrients during early stages of embryonic growth.

In normal development, this duct usually obliterates or closes off completely by the end of the 8th week of gestation. If it fails to do so, it can result in various congenital abnormalities. These may include Meckel's diverticulum (a pouch protruding from the wall of the intestine), omphalocele (a defect where the intestines and other organs protrude through the belly button), or persistent vitellointestinal duct, which can lead to infections and bowel obstructions.

I apologize for any confusion, but "agriculture" is not a term that has a medical definition. Agriculture refers to the cultivation and breeding of animals, plants, and fungi for food, fiber, biofuel, medicinal plants, and other products used to sustain and enhance human life. It is an important industry and practice that has been developed over thousands of years and continues to play a critical role in global food production and security.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "ships" is not a medical term. It is a common noun referring to large vehicles used for transportation on water. If you have any medical questions or terms you would like defined, I would be happy to help!

MedlinePlus is not a medical term, but rather a consumer health website that provides high-quality, accurate, and reliable health information, written in easy-to-understand language. It is produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the world's largest medical library, and is widely recognized as a trusted source of health information.

MedlinePlus offers information on various health topics, including conditions, diseases, tests, treatments, and wellness. It also provides access to drug information, medical dictionary, and encyclopedia, as well as links to clinical trials, medical news, and patient organizations. The website is available in both English and Spanish and can be accessed for free.

... settler colonialism, exploitation colonialism, surrogate colonialism, and internal colonialism. Some historians have identified ... National colonialism is a process involving elements of both settler and internal colonialism, in which nation-building and ... However, colonialism still includes invasion. Colonialism in modern usage also tends to imply a degree of geographic separation ... Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism Since 1450 (2006) Cooper, Frederick. Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge, History ( ...
Civilizing mission Internal colonialism Settler colonialism in Canada Bradley, C. Paul (1965). Welfare colonialism in the ... Welfare colonialism is a form of colonialism where investments by the colonizer in the native population, ostensibly intended ... particularly those that that have been subject to settler colonialism. The features of welfare colonialism are: A reversal of ... The term Welfare Colonialism was used to critique Great Society anti-poverty programs in the 1960's and 70's, often by ...
We are free to run our affairs and yet, are we not bound by a new type, a surrogate colonialism? How else shall we describe the ... Surrogate Colonialism is a term used most notably by anthropologist Scott Atran in his essay "The Surrogate Colonization of ... This surrogate colonialism, Atran further notes, is one of the major contributing factors to the Balfour Declaration, which ... For Atran, the mission of Ashkenazi Zionism in Palestine is a form of "surrogate colonialism" because it was forged based on a ...
Both colonialism and settler colonialism are premised on exogenous domination, but only settler colonialism seeks to replace ... Settler colonialism exists in tension with indigenous studies. Some indigenous scholars believe that settler colonialism as a ... Settler colonialism contrasts with exploitation colonialism, which entails an economic policy of conquering territory to ... ISBN 978-1-134-82847-0. [Settler colonialism is] a system defined by unequal relationships (like colonialism) where an ...
2, 2005, Johan Galtung, Professor of Peace Studies: ''External Colonialism: Democracy :: Internal Colonialism: Human Rights'' ... Internal colonialism is the uneven effects of economic development on a regional basis, otherwise known as "uneven development ... This is held to be similar to the relationship between a metropole and a colony, in colonialism proper. The phenomenon leads to ... An example of internal colonialism is Ireland. Ireland was formerly a part of the United Kingdom and "...was far more common ...
... is a subdivision within broader colonial studies that discusses the role of Scandinavian nations in ... "Finnish Colonial Encounters : From Anti-Imperialism to Cultural Colonialism and Complicity, edited by Raita Merivirta, Leila ... a Swedish Colony in North America Scandinavian Colonialism and the Rise of Modernity: Small Time Agents in a Global Arena "The ... "colonialism without colonies". Despite the absence of overseas colonies, many Finnish migrants participated in colonial ...
... , or toxic waste colonialism, refers to the practice of exporting hazardous waste from developed countries to ... The distinguishable difference between toxic colonialism and environmental racism is that toxic colonialism is the practice of ... In 1992, 'toxic colonialism' was a phrase coined by Jim Puckett of Greenpeace for the dumping of the industrial wastes of the ... In other words, toxic colonialism can be seen as "micro" as it focuses on a specific area or group of people. Environmental ...
... or digital colonialism, sometimes abbreviated to eColonialism, was conceived by Herbert Schiller as ... This has helped bring about a need for the concept of digital neo-colonialism. Historically, the concept of neo-colonialism ... The latter looks specifically at the colonialism of data, and how this practice combines the predatory nature of colonialism in ... It is important to note, however, that digital neo-colonialism did not replace digital colonialism. Rather, both forms of ...
Despite widespread protests, colonialism was firmly entrenched in the whole of West Africa by World War I. Until the abolishing ... Assimilation was a major ideological component of French colonialism during the 19th and 20th centuries. The French government ... that served as a rationale for French colonialism. A long experience of turning peasants and culturally-exogenous provincials ...
... New York: Monthly Review Press, 2000. p. 52. "Discourse on Colonialism by Aimé Fernand David Césaire ... Discourse on Colonialism. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2000. p. 39. Césaire, Aimé. Discourse on Colonialism. New York: ... Aimé Césaire's Discourse on Colonialism argues that colonialism has never been a benevolent movement whose goal was to improve ... Discourse on Colonialism added to the themes developed in his 1939 poem Cahier d'un retour au pays natal ("Notebook of a Return ...
The modern missionary era was in many ways the 'religious arm' of colonialism, whether Portuguese and Spanish colonialism in ... Christianity and colonialism are often closely associated with each other due to the service of Christianity, in its various ... Adriaan van Oss wrote: If we had to choose a single, irreducible idea underlying Spanish colonialism in the New World, it would ... Christianity is targeted by critics of colonialism because the tenets of the religion were used to justify the actions of the ...
... is about the role of the unclothed bodies of Indigenous peoples in the history of contact with ... Colonialism is the domination of one culture by another, which has occurred throughout history as one society extended control ... The effects of colonialism continue in contemporary non-Western societies. Outside urban areas, some retain or seek to ... Although foreign control of former colonies has largely ended, colonialism continues to have an effect. Two Nigerian ...
Ancient and medieval colonialism was practiced by the Phoenicians, Greeks, Turks, and Arabs. Colonialism in the modern sense ... Melvin E. Page, Colonialism: An International Social, Cultural, and Political Encyclopedia (2003) 1:361-2. Page, Colonialism 2 ... Postcolonialism, in itself, questions the end of colonialism. American imperialism Analysis of Western European colonialism and ... Whereas Spanish colonialism was based on the religious conversion and exploitation of local populations via encomiendas (many ...
Colonialism creates a power dynamic where the colonizer holds all the power and the colonized are reduced to objects of ... Colonialism and Neocolonialism by Jean-Paul Sartre (first published in French in 1964) is a controversial and influential ... Sartre argues that colonialism and neocolonialism are oppressive systems that exploit colonized people and extract resources ... Colonialism and Neocolonialism, translated by Steve Brewer, Azzedine Haddour, Terry McWilliams; republished in 2001 by ...
Another example of colonialism and Genocide is the genocide which was committed against the Taino tribe on Hispaniola after the ... Colonialism has been reinforced during various periods in history, even during progressive eras such as the Enlightenment. The ... Additionally, instances of colonialism and genocide in California and Hispaniola are cited below. The instance in California ... The connection between colonialism and genocide has been explored in academic research. According to historian Patrick Wolfe ...
... (French: L'an V de la révolution algérienne) is a 1959 book by the psychiatrist Frantz Fanon, in which the ... It was translated into English in 1965 and published by Monthly Review under the title Studies In A Dying Colonialism, which ... was shortened to A Dying Colonialism when appearing as a mass-market paperback by Grove Press in 1967. Justseeds: Blog: JBbTC ...
Colonialism: An International Social, Cultural, and Political Encyclopedia (3 vol. 2003) Stuchtey, Benedikt, ed. Colonialism ... European Colonialism since 1700 (2013) Morris, Richard B. and Graham W. Irwin, eds. Harper Encyclopedia of the Modern World: A ... Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism Since 1450 (3 vol. 2006) Hodge, Carl Cavanagh. Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800 ... This is a non-exhaustive chronology of colonialism-related events, which may reflect political events, cultural events, and ...
... is the continuation and the results of the colonization of the assets of the Indigenous peoples ... Colonialism is defined by its practice of domination which includes the subjugation of one people, the colonizers over another ... "Colonialism Is Alive and Well in Canada". West Coast Environmental Law. Retrieved 6 November 2020. "UN organizations call for ... The Act was a direct consequence of settler colonialism as the Indigenous individuals were forced to assimilate to the world ...
... is the elimination of Indigenous Australians and their replacement by a settler society. ... Coombes, Annie E. (2006). Rethinking Settler Colonialism: History and Memory in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa ... Veracini, Lorenzo (2013). "'Settler Colonialism': Career of a Concept". The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 41 (2 ... ISBN 978-1-5261-0004-7. Slater, Lisa (2018). Anxieties of Belonging in Settler Colonialism: Australia, Race and Place. ...
In contrast to classical colonialism, in settler colonialism the focus is on eliminating, rather than exploiting, the original ... As theorized by Patrick Wolfe, settler colonialism is a structure, not an event. Settler colonialism operates by processes ... 353-. ISBN 978-1-134-82847-0. Barker, Adam J. (2012). "Locating Settler Colonialism". Journal of Colonialism and Colonial ... updates his earlier work on colonialism and Palestine and applies Michel Foucault's work on biopolitics to colonialism, arguing ...
The debate on the 23 February 2005 law was linked to a wider debate in France concerning colonialism and current issues of ... The 23 February 2005 French law on colonialism (French: loi n° 2005-158 du 23 février 2005 portant reconnaissance de la Nation ... As the historian Benjamin Stora pointed out, people interested in colonialism have a major "memory" stake in influencing the ... "Début d'une dangereuse guerre des mémoires" [Colonialism: A Dangerous War of Memories Begin (by Benjamin Stora)]. L'Humanité ( ...
It is a historical analysis of the development of settler colonialism in North America and the Caribbean in the 17th century. ... "Podcast: Settler colonialism, the insurrections of the 1960s, and today , Othering & Belonging Institute". belonging.berkeley. ... The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, and Capitalism in 17th Century North America and ... He also explores the ways in which resistance to settler colonialism and slavery developed, including the actions of enslaved ...
... is a board wargame published by Simulations Publications Inc. (SPI) in 1977 that simulates ...
2018) Film and Colonialism in the Sixties: The Anti-Colonialist Turn in the US, Britain, and France Publisher: Routledge. 292 ... Colonialism in the cinema has been the subject of many books and essays. Stereotyping, distortion, imagistic mistreatment, ... ISBN 0-8018-6616-2. "Colonialism on film: How cinema finds new ways to bust an old Tabu". TheGuardian.com. 26 March 2013. Rice ... The United States' settler colonialism resulted in the American westward expansion which led to the establishment of the so- ...
Baron de Coubertin wrote that sport and colonialism were "natural companions". He called sports "a vigorous instrument of the ... Baron de Coubertin wrote that sport and colonialism were "natural companions", terming sport "a vigorous instrument of the ... History of colonialism, History of the Olympics, Olympic Games controversies, Olympic culture). ...
"Neo-Colonialism and Research Collaboration in Central Africa." Scientometrics, vol. 81, no. 2, Mar. 1997, pp. 413-434., doi: ... 39 Goncharov, L. "New Forms of Colonialism in Africa." The Journal of Modern African Studies 1, no. 4 (1963): 467-74. Accessed ... The combination of systemic colonialism and neo-colonial values ultimately relegated the Central African Republic in a ... Instead of collaborative work, however, the French government focused on scientific colonialism, eugenics, and capitalist ...
Historian Rudolf von Albertini agrees that, on balance, colonialism can be good. He argues that colonialism was a mechanism for ... Benign colonialism is a theory of colonialism in which benefits allegedly outweigh the negatives for indigenous populations ... Fanon uses this question to express his frustrations with fundamentally dehumanizing character of colonialism. Colonialism in ... Exploitation colonialism is a form of colonisation where foreign armies conquer a country in order to control and capitalize on ...
After these three 2021-2030 has been declared as Fourth International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism by General ... Nations General Assembly designated the years 2011-2020 as the third International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism, ... decades were proclaimed for 1990-2000 and 2001-2010 as the Second International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism. ...
Colonialism has had a significant impact on LGBTQ laws in Nigeria. Prior to colonization, there was no single law criminalizing ... Colonialism introduced Western values and laws that often clashed with traditional Nigerian cultures, shaping a complex ...
"From colonialism to post-colonialism: the French empire since Napoleon." in Martin S. Alexander, ed., French History since ... abstract Emerson, Rupert (1969). "Colonialism". Journal of Contemporary History. 4 (1): 3-16. doi:10.1177/002200946900400101. ... and Colonialism (2012) Bennington, Alice. "Writing Empire? The Reception of Post-Colonial Studies in France." Historical ...
... settler colonialism, exploitation colonialism, surrogate colonialism, and internal colonialism. Some historians have identified ... National colonialism is a process involving elements of both settler and internal colonialism, in which nation-building and ... However, colonialism still includes invasion. Colonialism in modern usage also tends to imply a degree of geographic separation ... Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism Since 1450 (2006) Cooper, Frederick. Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge, History ( ...
COLONIALISM. Source for information on domestic colonialism: A Dictionary of Sociology dictionary. ... Rather than actual gold an… Internal Colonialism , Colonialism, Internal The concept of "internal colonialism" has become so ... www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences/dictionaries-thesauruses-pictures-and-press-releases/domestic-colonialism ... www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences/dictionaries-thesauruses-pictures-and-press-releases/domestic-colonialism ...
Read about our Interim Report on the Connections between Colonialism and Properties now in the Care of the National Trust, ... Colonialism and slavery were central to the national economy from the 17th to the 19th centuries. Around a third of the places ... This report is the fullest account to date of the links between places now in the care of the National Trust and colonialism ... This includes information about colonialism and slavery where it is relevant. This is part of caring for our properties in a ...
Twenty-four years online and counting, Africanhiphop.com is one of the original websites promoting urban African culture.. Its original goal (1997) of unifying everybody whos inspired by hip hop and by the cultures of Africa and of African origins still holds today.. More about…. ...
Academics today are obsessed with colonization, empire, and cultural hegemony, along with postcolonialism, ethnic studies, and intersectionality. Scholarship in many fields has come to be dominated by hegemony-fighting, indigenous-supporting
... Masters thesis, Harvard Graduate School of Design. Abstract. Counterpoints to Cultural ... Colonialism. Formal notions of religion, education, and health were weapons against indigenous populations. The church, school ... role in the portrayal of power by proposing counterpoints to the institutional frameworks that yield cultural colonialism of ...
Always blaming colonialism, ensures no one will ever get out of the long ago grip. So convenient for Western journalists to ... So, a long way around to say that the article might blame colonialism too much for the present Haitian implosion. Right next ... Unfortunately anybody who even tries to point out the many positive aspects of colonialism gets pilloried by the woke left. ... Theres no more shocking proof of the lingering consequences of colonialism than the violent anarchy devastating Haiti. Brutal ...
Elizabeth Harney and Ruth B. Phillips, Mapping Modernisms: Art, Indigeneity, Colonialism (Duke University Press Books, 2019). ... Modern Art, Colonialism, Primitivism, and Indigenism: 1830-1950. This chapter surveys European and American modern art from the ... Ideas of "the West" evolved because of European colonialism and industrialization. It was in certain European countries ( ... Thomas Folland, "Modern Art, Colonialism, Primitivism, and Indigenism: 1830-1950," in Reframing Art History, Smarthistory, ...
Classics and Religion instructor takes on Canadian colonialism with Songs of Justice. Online album by Craig Ginn inspired by ...
Phoenix Singer on the physical and cultural repression of indigenous Two-Spirit people by Euro-American colonialism. ... Phoenix Singer on the physical and cultural repression of indigenous Two-Spirit people by Euro-American colonialism. ...
A familiar but fictional narrative: Philosophy and South Africas "battle against colonialism" ... "Philosophy is the new battleground in South Africas fight against colonialism" Quartz 30 September 2018, or in the situation ...
British colonialism and Kenyan tea , This World. Simon Reeve investigates the colonial history that has shaped both the ...
b06,NIELSON-Colonialism-is-Crime. Author:. Marianne O. Nielsen & Linda M. Robyn. ISBN:. 9780813598710. Book Details:. Paperback ... Not a Nation of Immigrants: Settler Colonialism, White Supremacy & A History of Erasure and Exclusion (book) $17.95 ... Book - Reproduction on the Reservation: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Colonialism in the Long Twentieth Century $29.95 ...
Everyday Histories of Colonialism, 1650-1950 *Holocaust, Genocides and Education *Philosophy of History *Religions of the ... Everyday Histories of Colonialism, 1650-1950 *Holocaust, Genocides and Education *Philosophy of History *Religions of the ... Thematic Seminar Everyday Colonialism? Life stories from 18th century Sri Lanka *Thematic Seminar Slavery and Society in the ... Thematic Seminar Everyday Colonialism? Life stories from 18th century Sri Lanka *Thematic Seminar Slavery and Society in the ...
Legacies of Colonialism Are Holding Back Racial Justice in Britain and France. By: John Campbell, Jack McCaslin ... Legacies of Colonialism Are Holding Back Racial Justice in Britain and France. John Campbell, Jack McCaslin. Jul 30, 2020. ... Hence, colonialism occupies a larger place in how most French and British citizens see their own history. ... have called on their governments to more formally acknowledge the connections between the slave trade and colonialism and ...
Further, the report illustrates the additional need to end Israels settler colonialism and the fulfilment of the Palestinian ... While Addameer is encouraged by the growing global recognition of Israeli apartheid, we note that Zionist settler colonialism ... Palestinian civil society demand decolonisation and dismantling of Israels settler colonialism and apartheid regime, the ... Landmark Palestinian Coalition Report Launch: Israeli Apartheid: Tool of Zionist Settler Colonialism ...
Settler Colonialism and Racial Capitalism. The forging of a new academic field of settler colonial studies risks potentially ... While settler colonialism is obviously not a new analytical framework, its crystallisation as an academic field has emerged ... Panelists and audience members spoke of the ways in which as an analytic, settler colonialism is being constructed into a new ... At issue are not the specific authors that are often cited in more recent scholarship on settler-colonialism within Palestine ...
History museums let us learn about and perpetuate colonialism. After the death of Queen Elizabeth, many took the opportunity to ... call out the blatant acts of colonialism by the royal family. Elizabeth herself still had power in other nations not her own at ...
Amílcar Cabral - African Marxist liberation leader - murdered 50 years ago by agents of Portuguese colonialism Posted in Africa ... to the irreconcilable enemy of Portuguese colonialism and sincere friend of the people of Portugal, whom he always considered ... by agents of colonialism on behalf of the fascist government of Portugal. ... parties and personalities from different parts of the world condemned the ignoble action by Portuguese colonialism. ...
The paper argues that Western colonialism "was, as a general rule, both objectively beneficial and subjectively legitimate in ... Half of Third World Quarterly editorial board resign in protest over case for colonialism essay. ... Pro-colonialism paper Dear Letters Editor, In reply to Lina Alvarez et al., (Letters, 28 Sept., p 31): Surely, Third World ... exploitation and harm perpetrated in the name of colonialism (and imperialism) and that causes offence and hurt and thereby ...
Zimbabwes Resource Colonialism Threatens Regional Peace Process - Global Witness Calls On Joseph Kabila To Stop Secret Timber ...
... colonialism, democracy, direct action, Dorothy Day, economically-motivated migration, empowerment, exports, free trade, Gandhi ...
Nakba Day: Seventy years on, Israels settler-colonialism continues unabated. Data from the Palestinian Central Bureau of ...
"A meticulous account of Palestinian history that provides a brilliant framework for the study of settler colonialism on a ... The Hundred Years War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917-2017 (Paperback). ... The Hundred Years War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917-2017 (Paperback). By Rashid Khalidi ... an analytical framework that places the conflict within the context of settler colonialism; and a personal family history that ...
Growing Movement Pushes Museums to Cut Ties With Colonialism and Apartheid (Truthout). * Steering Committee Roster ... Home » Groups » Human Rights Archives Section » Growing Movement Pushes Museums to Cut Ties With Colonialism and Apartheid ( ...
This lesson explores the discovery of King Tutankhamuns tomb by Howard Carter in 1922 and examines how colonialism influenced ... This King Tutankhamun lesson plan explores the discovery of his tomb by Howard Carter in 1922 and examines how colonialism ... Home > The Discovery of King Tutankhamuns Tomb and the Impact of Colonialism ...
... to financial and military power.Todays global colonialism is curiously similar to the subjugation of the long-dominated ... to financial and military power.Todays global colonialism is curiously similar to the subjugation of the long-dominated ...
... on Benin Bronzes and legacy of colonialism wins Berlins Golden Bear on Devdiscourse ... Dahomey on Benin Bronzes and legacy of colonialism wins Berlins Golden Bear. Reuters , Berlin , Updated: 25-02-2024 00:56 IST ... sparked a reckoning with the legacy of colonialism, won the Berlin Film Festivals Golden Bear prize for best film. ...
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  • Formulate complex research questions regarding gender, development and post- colonialism. (lu.se)
  • Use gender, development and post-colonialism as analytical tools in research proposals. (lu.se)
  • Is there a beyond post-colonialism? (lu.se)
  • Modern studies of colonialism have often distinguished between various overlapping categories of colonialism, broadly classified into four types: settler colonialism, exploitation colonialism, surrogate colonialism, and internal colonialism. (wikipedia.org)
  • Settler colonialism involves large-scale immigration by settlers to colonies, often motivated by religious, political, or economic reasons. (wikipedia.org)
  • This form of colonialism aims largely to supplant prior existing populations with a settler one, and involves large number of settlers emigrating to colonies for the purpose of establishing settlements. (wikipedia.org)
  • Importantly, the report is the first major Palestinian publication to expand the current international discourse on apartheid, and importantly, examines apartheid as a structural element of furthering Zionist settler colonialism on both sides of the Green Line. (addameer.org)
  • Further, the report illustrates the additional need to end Israel's settler colonialism and the fulfilment of the Palestinian right to self-determination. (addameer.org)
  • Palestinian civil society demand decolonisation and dismantling of Israel's settler colonialism and apartheid regime, the fulfilment of the inalienable right of the Palestinian people to self-determination, systematically denied since the British mandate, and the right of refugees and exiles in the diaspora to return. (addameer.org)
  • This report aims to expand on the current apartheid discourse, and push for the recognition of the colonial practices of Israel, both past and present, and its consistent use of settler colonial policies against the Palestinian people, recognising the connection between the Palestinian struggle for self-determination and the wider, global movement of indigenous liberation against both colonialism and other associated forms of structural and institutionalised racism. (addameer.org)
  • While settler colonialism is obviously not a new analytical framework, its crystallisation as an academic field has emerged somewhat recently in Western academe. (jadaliyya.com)
  • To be clear, we are not concerned here with the long-standing and inter-disciplinary inquiries into the history, anthropology, politics or legal studies of settler colonialism in general. (jadaliyya.com)
  • Rather, in this short article, based on our organizing experiences and research of settler colonialism in multiple contexts, our aim is to think through the ways in which the settler colonial framework has been taken up in Palestine Studies more recently. (jadaliyya.com)
  • Relatedly, we consider some of the worrying omissions from the emerging academic discourse on settler colonialism that exacerbate these political challenges. (jadaliyya.com)
  • At the American Studies Association Conference in Autumn 2015, a panel took stock of settler colonialism as an emerging field of academic study. (jadaliyya.com)
  • [1] Panelists and audience members raised many pertinent issues, including the distinction between settler colonialism as an analytic and as a political discourse. (jadaliyya.com)
  • Panelists and audience members spoke of the ways in which as an analytic, settler colonialism is being constructed into a new legible field of study within Western academe and described how the constitution of a field in this sense is at the same moment a boundary drawing exercise. (jadaliyya.com)
  • It often marginalizes scholars who have been writing about the effects of settler colonialism for decades, but perhaps not using the analytic of settler colonialism to describe the colonization and occupation of their land. (jadaliyya.com)
  • At issue are not the specific authors that are often cited in more recent scholarship on settler-colonialism within Palestine Studies (for example, Patrick Wolfe or Lorenzo Veracini), rather it is the loss of the rich scholarship by Indigenous scholars which does not fit neatly into scholarly boundaries. (jadaliyya.com)
  • Towards untying colonial knots in Canadian health systems: A net metaphor for settler-colonialism. (bvsalud.org)
  • We envision settler- colonialism as a net composed of hundreds of thousands of "colonial knots" that entangle Indigenous Peoples and prevent sovereignty and self - determination . (bvsalud.org)
  • Research will continue as part of our commitment to include histories of colonialism and slavery in our interpretation, presentation, digital content and records. (nationaltrust.org.uk)
  • Alkhalili and Mahmoud have co-authored the article "Claiming space for decolonial scholarship: Confronting epistemic exclusion in green energy colonialism" Political Geography, 107 (2023), which they will use as a point of departure for their seminar presentation. (lu.se)
  • Some European demonstrators have called on their governments to more formally acknowledge the connections between the slave trade and colonialism and racism in their countries today. (worldpoliticsreview.com)
  • Ageism is compounded by other intersecting systemic barriers, including but not limited to ableism, racism, sexism, heterosexism and colonialism. (who.int)
  • It discusses the distinction between colonialism, imperialism and conquest and states that "[t]he difficulty of defining colonialism stems from the fact that the term is often used as a synonym for imperialism. (wikipedia.org)
  • He settles on a three-sentence definition: Colonialism is a relationship between an indigenous (or forcibly imported) majority and a minority of foreign invaders. (wikipedia.org)
  • Phoenix Singer on the physical and cultural repression of indigenous Two-Spirit people by Euro-American colonialism. (libcom.org)
  • Hence, colonialism occupies a larger place in how most French and British citizens see their own history. (worldpoliticsreview.com)
  • History museums let us learn about and perpetuate colonialism. (cardinalpointsonline.com)
  • Imperial hygiene : a critical history of colonialism, nationalism, and public health / Alison Bashford. (who.int)
  • The importance of history, especially western colonialism, in shaping nation-states and so national health systems. (who.int)
  • domestic colonialism See INTERNAL (OR DOMESTIC) COLONIALISM . (encyclopedia.com)
  • The report, commissioned in 2019, details the connections between 93 of the places in our care and colonialism and historic slavery. (nationaltrust.org.uk)
  • This article discusses the relationship between the concept of colonialism and the ideas about race spread during the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, as well as its use by the psychology field during this same period. (bvsalud.org)
  • But it is an important foundation to share what we already know to form the basis of our own future research and interpretation at the places and collections that have links to colonialism or slavery and for other researchers. (nationaltrust.org.uk)
  • This King Tutankhamun lesson plan explores the discovery of his tomb by Howard Carter in 1922 and examines how colonialism influenced the excavation, appropriation, and interpretation of ancient artifacts. (sharemylesson.com)
  • After the death of Queen Elizabeth, many took the opportunity to call out the blatant acts of colonialism by the royal family. (cardinalpointsonline.com)
  • Half the editorial board of the journal Third World Quarterly have resigned after an outcry over an article arguing in favour of colonialism, with the author then "requesting the withdrawal" of the essay. (timeshighereducation.com)
  • Colonialism is a practice by which a one group of people, social construct, or nation state controls, directs, or imposes taxes or tribute on other people or areas, often by establishing colonies, generally for strategic and economic advancement of the colonizing group or construct. (wikipedia.org)
  • This thesis questions architecture's role in the portrayal of power by proposing counterpoints to the institutional frameworks that yield cultural colonialism of the Kalinago people. (harvard.edu)
  • The PCP paid tribute to the ardent patriot, who was wholly devoted to the liberation struggle of his people, to the consistent revolutionary leading the construction of a progressive society in his liberated homeland, to the irreconcilable enemy of Portuguese colonialism and sincere friend of the people of Portugal, whom he always considered an ally in the struggle against the common enemy. (iacenter.org)
  • Some historians have identified other forms of colonialism, including national and trade forms. (wikipedia.org)
  • Colonialism and slavery were central to the national economy from the 17th to the 19th centuries. (nationaltrust.org.uk)
  • This report is the fullest account to date of the links between places now in the care of the National Trust and colonialism and historic slavery. (nationaltrust.org.uk)
  • Half a century ago, on Jan. 20, 1973, Amílcar Cabral, a prominent leader of the national liberation movement, was assassinated in Conakry [Guinea] by agents of colonialism on behalf of the fascist government of Portugal. (iacenter.org)
  • Nordidactica är en samhällsvetenskapsdidaktisk tidskrift med Open Access. (lu.se)
  • The United Nations, the Organization of African Unity and governments, parties and personalities from different parts of the world condemned the ignoble action by Portuguese colonialism. (iacenter.org)
  • Nordidactica erhåller publiceringsstöd från The joint committee for Nordic research councils in the humanities and social sciences, NOS-HS ( https://www.aka.fi/en/nos-hs ). (lu.se)
  • Nordidactica - Journal of Humanities and Social Science Education är en nordisk ämnesdidaktisk peer-review tidskrift som ska vara en arena för forskning med relevans för högre utbildning, lärarutbildning och skola. (lu.se)
  • Ideas of "the West" evolved because of European colonialism and industrialization. (smarthistory.org)
  • The opinion piece by Bruce Gilley, professor of political science at Portland State University , was titled "The case for colonialism" and published in the journal's "Viewpoints" section. (timeshighereducation.com)
  • We'll read some central texts on and from colonialism and postcolonialism. (lu.se)
  • However, AI/AN culture and traditions have been severely disrupted by colonialism, loss of land, and policies such as assimilation, relocation, and tribal termination. (cdc.gov)
  • In the book, Osterhammel asks, "How can 'colonialism' be defined independently from 'colony? (wikipedia.org)

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