The aggregate of various economic, political, and social policies by which an imperial power maintains or extends its control over other areas or peoples. It includes the practice of or belief in acquiring and retaining colonies. The emphasis is less on its identity as an ideological political system than on its designation in a period of history. (Webster, 3d ed; from Dr. J. Cassedy, NLM History of Medicine Division)
The theory that human CHARACTER and BEHAVIOR are shaped by the GENES that comprise the individual's GENOTYPE rather than by CULTURE; ENVIRONMENT; and individual choice.
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The narrow tube connecting the YOLK SAC with the midgut of the EMBRYO; persistence of all or part of it in post-fetal life produces abnormalities, of which the commonest is MECKEL DIVERTICULUM.
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Organized services to provide mental health care.
The state wherein the person is well adjusted.
Affection; in psychiatry commonly refers to pleasure, particularly as it applies to gratifying experiences between individuals.
The period of history from 1601 of the common era to the present.
Studies beyond the bachelor's degree at an institution having graduate programs for the purpose of preparing for entrance into a specific field, and obtaining a higher degree.
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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)

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Settlers acted as the link between indigenous populations and the imperial hegemony, thus bridging the geographical, ideological and commercial gap between the colonizers and colonized. While the extent in which geography as an academic study is implicated in colonialism is contentious, geographical tools such as cartography, shipbuilding, navigation, mining and agricultural productivity were instrumental in European colonial expansion. Colonizers awareness of the Earths surface and abundance of practical skills provided colonizers with a knowledge that, in turn, created power.[60] Anne Godlewska and Neil Smith argue that empire was quintessentially a geographical project.[clarification needed][61] Historical geographical theories such as environmental determinism legitimized colonialism by positing the view that some parts of the world were underdeveloped, which created notions of skewed evolution.[60] Geographers such as Ellen Churchill Semple and Ellsworth Huntington put forward the ...
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A good starting point for understanding colonialism in Canada is to recognize that there is a distinct form of colonialism at work here - both past and present. This form is called settler colonialism. Typical understandings of colonialism usually refer to a situation where a colonial entity oppresses and manipulates foreign peoples in order to extract wealth and resources - India and South Africa are key examples. In these cases, there is a point at which we see the colonial power officially leaving, and the colonized peoples achieving some level of independence. On the other hand, in cases of settler colonialism, the colonial entity doesnt leave, but continues to bring in more and more settlers in order to reproduce itself in the colonized space - Canada, USA, Australia, and New Zealand are the usual suspects here. The particularly horrifying aspect of this practice - as scholars like Patrick Wolfe have discussed in depth - is that, in order to reproduce itself in a given place, the settler ...
Traditionally, social scientists have assumed that past imperialism hinders the future development prospects of colonized nations. Challenging this widespread belief, this book argues that countries once under direct British imperial control have developed more successfully than those that were ruled indirectly. Combining statistical analysis with in-depth case studies of former British colonies, it argues that direct rule promoted cogent and coherent states with high levels of bureaucratization and inclusiveness, which contributed to implementing development policy during late colonialism and independence. On the other hand, the author finds that indirect British rule created patrimonial, weak states that preyed on their own populations. The book is firmly grounded in the tradition of comparative-historical analysis while offering insight into the colonial roots of uneven development.
Jews, like other peoples, have been much affected by the history of colonialism and empire. The Babylonian exile and the Roman dispersal were formative in constructing Jewish identity. Life within the...
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Nungaks desire to present, for the first time, an eyewitness Inuit account of the events that led to this groundbreaking but flawed land claims settlement prompted him to write this compact, cogent book. Before he begins his memoir of the fraught era from 1971 to 1975, he provides an anterior history of what he calls colonialism on steroids. The Inuit arrived in Nunavik - the great land - over four thousand years ago. The Hudsons Bay Company claimed their territory in 1670, ceding it to the Northwest Territories in 1870. By 1912, Nungak explains, Our ancestral lands were annexed to Quebec, Canadas most problematic jurisdiction, snuffing out a common future with fellow Inuit in Nunavut.. For decades, the provincial government ignored northern Quebec. In a Supreme Court challenge during the Great Depression, it argued emphatically that its Inuit citizens were Indians, and therefore Canadas responsibility. It won the case, so the federal government introduced social welfare, built ...
This book examines the impact of colonialism on mental health in different parts of the world, including India, Australia, parts of Africa, Lithuania, Wales, and Ireland. It also illuminates the social, political, and economic factors that affect the development and delivery of mental health services in these regions.
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Postcolonial Whiteness examines the interrelations between whiteness and the history of European colonialism, as well as the status of whiteness in the contemporary postcolonial world. It addresses two fundamental questions: What happens to whiteness after empire, and to what extent do white cultural norms or imperatives remain embedded in the postcolonial or postindependence state as a part-acknowledged or not-of the colonial legacy? Presenting a wide range of critical and theoretical responses, the contributors explore these questions by focusing on such diverse topics as the legacy of Princess Diana; queer self-expression; the changing situation of Gypsy, or Romani, minorities in Eastern Europe; literature, including Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness, Caryl Phillipss Cambridge, and Gothic impact on the literature of Australia; reconstruction of white South African social identity; cross-cultural discussions of mental illness; Freuds case history of the Wolfman; and Australias national ...
Edited in collaboration with the Centre for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, University of Kent at Canterbury, Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures presents a wide range of research into postcolonial literatures by specialists in the field. Volumes concentrate on writers and writing originating in previously (or presently) colonized areas, and include material from non-anglophone as well as anglophone colonies and literatures. Part of our home for cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections, this series considers postcolonial literature alongside topics such as gender, race, ecology, religion, politics, and science. Titles are characterized by dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics. Series editors: Donna Landry and Caroline Rooney ...
A rodent virus in the 13th century in central Asia moved west, as did progress, during the time of Marco Polo to become the black death killing 50 million human beings world wide in about 5 years. The same occurred with the world flu pandemic in 1918. Only that time about the same number perished in only 2 years because of the progress in transportation. Its a long story but born out of the black plague came three centuries of the Spanish Inquisition, Estimates of death tolls range from less than 10,000 to 125,000. The attitudes of the Inquisition were brought with European explorers to the new world. There disease and religious brutality killed 20 million aboriginal inhabitants in 10 years. The following era of colonialism enslaved, killed, and brutalized untold millions around the world for four centuries. It is estimated that colonialism killed 20 million in the African Congo alone in less than 20 years. Colonialism created the onset of the First World War which killed 40 million in 4 ...
This book advances our understanding of the global dimension of social policy by applying the notion of global social governance to actors, their relationships to each other, and their pathways, as well as their footprints of influence in the specific policy fields of social concern in which they are active. Focusing on a broad array of individual and corporate global social policy actors, ranging from international organizations to state formations and NGOs, the chapters in this book draw a fuller picture of agency in global social policy than what current accounts provide. It considers the multiple facets of individual actors scope and legitimacy for a particular actor in conjunction with the configuration of global social governance as characterized by multi-centred and multi-scaled obstacles, as well as diverse forms of collaboration. The book studies the contextualised actors range and power in designing, shaping, and facilitating various global social policies. Thus, the chapters discuss the
University of Bristol - group - Colonial, Postcolonial and Cross-Border Cultural Studies - This is a major area of expertise and grant-bidding activity in the School of Modern Languages in synergy with the Faculty of Arts. The Director of the Centre for the Study of Colonial and Postcolonial Societies at Bristol is Matthew Brown in the Department of Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American (HiPLA). Charles Burdett in the Department of Italian specialises in travel writing and related cultural questions and is the holder of an AHRC Research Fellowship for 2012. Postcolonial studies (North Africa, Indo-China) in its relation to visual culture is represented by Siobhán Shilton in the Department of French, who is developing this fresh sub-field in francophone studies supported by an AHRC Early Career Fellowship in 2012. Senior Lecturer in Russian, Rajendra Chitnis explores the response of Russian, Czech and Slovak fiction to cultural change and political liberalisation. The historians in HiPLA form an
La théorie postcoloniale est la métathéorie dune pratique universitaire dans laquelle toute perspective dun monde au-delà du capital a, semble-t-il, été abolie. Mobilisant un métarécit très éclectique constitué de bribes de post-structuralisme, de post-modernisme, de romantisme, en passant par lEcole de Francfort et le maoïsme, elle est parvenue à réduire lhorizon critique à lalternative entre résistance aléatoire et capitulation devant la séduction de la marchandise, et ce, au moment même où les manœuvres de capitalisme mondialisé condamnent lune et lautre de ces postures à une futilité manifeste.
Communities in India, Pakistan, and Nigeria rejecting vaccinations for their children; assaults on medical teams fighting Ebola in West Africa; attacks on aid workers in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria: what is the source of such animosity? This lecture seeks the origins of contemporary mistrust of global health campaigns in the history of colonialism. Medicine was a critical ally in the expansion of western empires in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, a fact not forgotten by postcolonial populations. While much of the world eagerly seeks access to biomedicine, it is important to recognize the ways in which medicine and public health have often been tools of diplomacy rather than altruism.. ...
This project analyzes eight novels which represent revolt or resistance by varied Native peoples against the European and Euro-American colonization of the Americas. I take a comparative approach to literatures of the Americas because of the dearth of research examining the literatures of both continents side by side, particularly literatures by and about Indigenous Americans. Chapter One introduces the theoretical bases for the project, including colonial and postcolonial theories, Native American literary theories, and aesthetic concerns specific to American Indian literatures. The second chapter is a comparative analysis of Miguel Angel Asturiass Men of Maize and Leslie Marmon Silkos Almanac of the Dead. These novels explore revolutions by Indigenous Americans against a colonial superstructure, and both are rooted deeply in Mesoamerican cosmology. The novels revolutionary themes and their aesthetic approaches, which draw on both the oral and written traditions of Native American peoples, provide a
Epidemiology is not alone as a discipline in facing awesome challenges.1 It would also be wrong to ascribe to epidemiology any particular failures; many disciplines have shared difficult times as the world around them is restructured. What is at stake for the entire spectrum of public health disciplines-from hard medicine to soft policy-is nothing more than a need to re-think their own role in the new global social order. Gradually, the enormity of the economic changes that have been pushed through by the neo-liberal project are becoming clear to the public health movement.2 Knowing this, can we justify investment in ever more sophisticated technical fixes for what we know are socially created health problems?3 Is the future of policy to make the new global division of labour ever more efficient when this leads to social inequalities that are themselves a determinant of ill health?4 Is surgerys contribution to the global coronary heart disease epidemic only to conduct ever more bypass ...
In addition to such unfashionable ideas as attention to craft and technique-even going as far as to place importance on drawing in a visual arts practice-and ideas that invoke concepts like spirituality, I set off a lot of warning bells for a certain breed of postcolonial theorist because my work-and the way I talk about it-has strong links to East Asian ideas. The easy route for me would have been to throw my lot in with the new age community and limit the energy spent addressing academics to the act of sending positive vibes in their direction. But this would be an avoidance of the issue, and Ive spent enough time in the past on the periphery of such movements to I realize that although I am capable of fitting myself and my work into that community, the community doesnt fit me. Many academics and other serious-minded self-important people level critiques of weak-minded new age fluffiness at this community and in many ways I am no different. As for the postcolonial theorists, I think they ...
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Those colonised, though, see the empire rather differently. A charge sheet of Britains efforts in India-and every territory colonised can produce an equivalent-might list partition, the man-made Bengal famine in 1943 (which resulted in an estimated 3m deaths), the wretched labour system of indenture and the looting of state wealth. Partition alone resulted in 1m deaths and created 15m refugees in a matter of weeks; Hindus and Sikhs fled their homes in what was the become the Muslim state of Pakistan, while Muslims in India took flight in the opposite direction.. Viceroys House, a new film written and directed by Gurinder Chadha, seeks to document Britains role in partition and the cleaving of the Punjab region. In the final months of the Raj, Lord Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville) arrives to oversee the transfer of power to Hind Swaraj (Indian Home Rule), and reconcile the demands of independence leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru with those of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Sir Cyril ...
Professor Frank Cox. Introduction In the cathedral in Santiego de Compostela in Spain there is a polychrome marble stature of St James, the patron saint of Spain, clad in fifteenth century armour and mounted on a warhorse, trampling on a group of cowering Moors. This statue commemorates the liberation of Spain from nearly 800 years of Islamic rule and the iconography could not be clearer. However, as with most iconography, what is not shown is much more interesting than what is. What is not shown is that in the eighth century, the Moors from North Africa brought with them smallpox which spread throughout Spain and nearly eight hundred years later was exported by the Spanish conquistadors to the New World where it destroyed the Aztec and Inca empires. In return, the conquistadors acquired syphilis and brought it to Italy (then a Spanish possession) from whence it spread and wreaked havoc among the royal courts and populations of Europe. This, the best known example of the spread of disease by ...
Ph.D. English and Native American Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.A. English, University of Wisconsin-Madison; B.A. English, Carleton College Matt Hooleys research and teaching interests include Indigenous literary and visual arts modernisms; the racial and gendered project of US colonialism; the intersection of aesthetics, settler colonialism, and US environmentalism; theories and practices of decolonization; and cultural politics of the everyday. He is currently at work on two book projects, Ordinary Empire: Native Modernism and the Ecologies of Settlement and Scale Exhaustion: The Aesthetics of Settler Environmentalism. ...
Mr. Achebe was a poet, professor, short-story writer and critic in addition to being a novelist. His more than 30 other books include the novels No Longer At Ease (1960) and Anthills of the Savannah (1987). He published several childrens books. He was also the author, controversially, of an essay called An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrads Heart of Darkness. . While many critics defended Conrad, Mr. Achebe didnt back down from his assertion that the racism in Conrad was not merely the norm for its time. In a book of essays he quoted earlier writers who, he said, were less backward.. Mr. Achebe was a mentor and role model to a generation of African writers - hes often referred to as the father of modern African writing. But like many novelists who find success with an early book, Mr. Achebe found himself almost solely defined by Things Fall Apart. He spent the last two decades in the United States, teaching at Bard College and then Brown University.. Its been more than 50 years ...
Why Didnt China Colonise the World Like the Europeans? China, though it exerted great influence over the nations on its borders, made no real attempt at
By Elias Amare. [This essay was original written in 2011 for the online Eritrean discussion forum, Tsedal.]. Present generation of Eritreans are somewhat familiar with Degiat Bahta Hagoss famous massé, (a form of traditional Eritrean Tigrinya oral poetry) ጻዕዳ ተመን እንተነኺሱ (Bite of the White Snake). However, its historical context and the late 19th-century anti-colonial resistance of Eritreans such as Degiat Bahta are less well known. The subject of this brief essay is to explore the embryonic roots of Eritrean nationalist struggle by focusing on a notable the historic event in 1894 and the personality of Degiat Bahta. In Tigrinya, Degiat is the short form of the feudal aristocratic rank of Degezmati.. In writing this article I referred to four sources: 1) Conversation with the poet/writer/researcher and currently director of the Cultural Department of the Ministry of Education, Solomon Tsehaye, as well as his book on Tigrinya oral poetry (2012), Massen Melqesn ...
Writing from a point of view that concludes that the novel, as a cultural artefact of bourgeois society, and imperialism are unthinkable without each other , Edward Said views Robinson Crusoe as ...
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While the reparations he argues for are for the sins from centuries past, there is a bit that might have far more contemporary relevance for our politics today. At the end of the speech making a passionate case for even symbolic reparations Tharoor says The abilty to acknowledge a wrong that has been done, to simply say sorry will go a far far longer way than some percentage of GDP ...
One year after independence, a brutal civil war broke out which ended only with the founding of a second republic in 1992 in the wake of the Rome General Peace Accords, signed between the government and RENAMO. Then followed two decades of structural adjustment policies imposed by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF). Today, 40 years after independence, the revolutionary vision of the national liberation movement is in tatters and the Mozambican government is thoroughly dominated by a neoliberal ideology that relies narrowly on foreign investment for the development of all economic sectors, whether agriculture, infrastructure, fishing, tourism, resource extraction, health or education. ...
In India, and elsewhere in the colonial world, scientific claims emerging from the periphery were least problematic once scientists from the periphery gained entry into the invisible colleges at the centre. Towards the end of the nineteenth century and the first decades of this century, India was at the periphery of modern science. While collegial ties and cosmopolitan ties were forged across social distances and long distances, successive encounters between Yesudas Ramchandra and Augustus De Morgan, Srinivasa Ramanujan and Godfrey Harold Hardy, Prafulla Chandra Ray and Marcelin Berthelot, and Meghnad Saha and his astrophysicist colleagues in the United States reveal much about the ways in which the contemporary global institutional frame shape[d] the communal participation in science. To go beyond the limitations of the centre-periphery model, it is necessary to recognize the part played by institutions, the experience of colonialism, and the forms of patronage characterizing both colonialism
Albert Camus the Algerian Colonialism, Terrorism, Justice by David Carroll | Buy Books at LoveReading.co.uk In these original readings of Albert Camus novels, short stories, and political essays, David Carroll concentrates on Camus conflicted relationship with his Algerian background and finds important critical insights into questions of justice, the effects of colonial oppression, and the deadly cycle of terrorism and counterterrorism that characterized the Algerian...Find out more
Can historically marginalized, threatened languages be saved in the contemporary global era? In relation to the wider postcolonial world, especially the Caribbean, this book focuses on efforts to preserve and promote Lesser Antillean French Creole - Kwéyòl - as the national language of Saint Lucia and on the legacy of colonialism and impact of globalization, with which English has become the universal lingua franca, as mitigating factors undermining these efforts. It deals specifically with language planning for democratization and government; literacy, the schools and higher education; and the mass media. It also examines changes in the status of and attitudes toward Kwéyòl, English and French since national independence and presents language planning implications from these changes and steps already undertaken to elevate Kwéyòl. The book offers new insight into globalization and its impact on linguistic pluralism, language planning, national development, Creole languages, and cultural identity
Regarding the climate change due to people is tosh and were wasting money on this arguments, there is the most cost counterargument.. Theres a formal name for the argument, but I dont remember it right now. What you so is line up all the possibilities and add up the cost, and the cost of the consequences, if the scenario is false.. Scenario 1 - there is no climate change. Patently untrue, but its still argued. Mitigation cost: none. Consequence cost, if false: catastrophic. Scenario 2: there is man-made climate change and we have to mitigate as much as we can: mitigation cost: high. Consequence cost: low to high, depending on the success of the mitigation.. Scenario 3: there is climate change, but not caused by people. Mitigation cost: medium to high, depending on how many flood defences you can establish, and how many people are evacuated in advance. Consequence cost: high to catastrophic.. Naturally this assumes we havent hit the point of no return yet. If climate change is ...
One glaring example concerns the agreement reached earlier this month at the Italian Ministry of Interior between what Italian daily La Repubblica called the heads of the major tribes of South Libya, the Awlad Suleiman and the Tebu, at the presence of Tuareg leaders. This has been welcomed as a success of the diplomacy of the desert which aims to stop the trafficking of human beings coming from Libya.. Words matter. Plenty of other daily newspapers demonstrate that ethnic groups such as Tuareg and Tebu are still today often defined in terms of tribes directed by heads. Tribe refers to a concept used by European scholars and observers to refer to non-European contexts. Roman gents, Basques, migrant populations coming from Central Asia in the 4th century CE, Celtic clans, to name a few, would easily comply with the category of tribes: They are however addressed and evaluated according to different criteria.. The alleged existence of a Middle East Tribal DNA, or that of an African ...
George Afedzi Hughes work involves painting and performance art, utilizing the turbulence of colonialism as a premise to highlight parallels between that violent history and contemporary global conflicts. His upcoming solo exhibition at the Buffalo Arts Studio reflects the politics of identity through the lens of colonialism and its legacies. The Politics of Identity will include two separate bodies of work filling both the Buffalo Arts Studios galleries, featuring some of Hughes largest canvases, most of which have not been shown in Buffalo. The older work emphasizes the tragedy of such history, with paintings that utilize animal/human body parts in addition to sports imagery and military metaphors. In contrast, the newer paintings address recent but seemingly positive roles and identities derived from contact between colonial regimes and developing economies. Hughes project interprets the spectacle of information, knowledge and subjectivity through a systematic yet accessible iconography. ...
George Afedzi Hughes work involves painting and performance art, utilizing the turbulence of colonialism as a premise to highlight parallels between that violent history and contemporary global conflicts. His upcoming solo exhibition at the Buffalo Arts Studio reflects the politics of identity through the lens of colonialism and its legacies. The Politics of Identity will include two separate bodies of work filling both the Buffalo Arts Studios galleries, featuring some of Hughes largest canvases, most of which have not been shown in Buffalo. The older work emphasizes the tragedy of such history, with paintings that utilize animal/human body parts in addition to sports imagery and military metaphors. In contrast, the newer paintings address recent but seemingly positive roles and identities derived from contact between colonial regimes and developing economies. Hughes project interprets the spectacle of information, knowledge and subjectivity through a systematic yet accessible iconography. ...
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Aguilar, M. I. (1997). Historical Anthropology and Anthropological History Rethinking the social production on an African past. In S. McGrath et al. (Eds.) Rethinking African History (pp. 357-378). Edinburgh University of Edinburgh, Centres of African Studies.
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The Maghrebi tradition of historical literary production extends back to the early centuries of Islamic expansion and conquest in North Africa and comprises a rich corpus including dynastic chronicles (tarikh), biographies (tarajim), and hagiographies (manaqib/rijjal), and, since the 20th century, positivist national histories as well. While this tradition had evolved since its inception, 19th- and 20th-century Maghrebi historical production both influenced and was influenced by the extension of European military, economic, and political power into the Maghreb. Grappling with the legacies of colonialism, nationalism, and pan-Arabism, among others, Maghrebi historians continue to sow the rich terrain of historical literary production in the postcolonial period by absorbing, reacting to, and building upon new trends in the historical profession.
In my works I wish to interrogate the audience about issues that are normally considered kind of communitarian. Even if I have my own point of view, I dont want to give answers, I prefer to ask questions. I just wish to move people, to reflect about some issues or aspects of the society we live in. We are supposed to live in a postcolonial era but the traces of slavery, segregation, colonialism and fascism are still there. The racism, the homophobia, the anti-Semitism is the result of all this history. To think that four hundred years of African slavery and dehumanization is simply a black affair, is a way to reiterate and perpetuate the oppression of the Africans ancestors today. In these terms, my work about the memories of slavery is a kind of pretext to draw a portrait of some contemporary societies and at the same time, a way to document how the African Diasporas survived to slavery, their complex and various forms of resistance and most of all the cultures transmission. ...
Rosemary is a human geographer and political ecologist. Through her research she aims to develop political economic explanations for defaunation and extinction. Topically, she primarily studies institutions and practices including state wildlife management and law; wildlife trade, conservation, rehabilitation and captivity; extractive development in endangered species habitat; and wildlife science and film. Her approach combines primary field research with critical theory - especially feminist and postcolonial political economy, environmental justice, ecofeminism, and animal studies - to investigate how colonialism and capitalism have shaped animal life and relations between people and animals, especially wildlife.. Rosemary brings this approach to her ongoing research on the global exotic pet trade, and to a collaborative research project with Jessica Dempsey (at UBC) about woodland caribou, peering into current and historical political economic structures to try to explain why some populations ...
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The earliest stories in The Adventures of Tintin have been criticised[91] for displaying racial stereotypes, animal cruelty, colonialism, violence, and even fascist leanings, including ethnocentric caricatured portrayals of non-Europeans.[92] While the Hergé Foundation has presented such criticism as naïveté and scholars of Hergé such as Harry Thompson have said that Hergé did what he was told by the Abbé Wallez,[93] Hergé himself felt that his background made it impossible to avoid prejudice, stating, I was fed the prejudices of the bourgeois society that surrounded me.[53] In Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, the Bolsheviks were presented as villains. Hergé drew on Moscow Unveiled, a work given to him by Wallez and authored by Joseph Douillet, the former Belgian consul in Russia, that is highly critical of the Soviet regime, although Hergé contextualised this by noting that in Belgium, at the time a devout Catholic nation, Anything Bolshevik was atheist.[53] In the story, ...
Ashton Wesner is the 2019-20 Research Fellow at the Center for Science, Technology, Medicine & Society. In addition to this position, she is also Lecturer of Science & Technology Studies/History of Science in the Department of History her at UC Berkeley. Wesners research and writing intersect the fields of feminist science & technology studies, critical environmental history, political ecology, Indigenous and settler colonial studies, and cultural geography. She combines frameworks and methods from these fields to examine articulations of nature, culture, and power to better understand how ongoing US settler colonialism and imperial expansion structure both bioscientific knowledge production and environmentalist practices. As a teacher-in classes like Engineering, Society, and Environment, Biology, Ecology, and the Making of US Imperialism, and Environments, Animals, and Militarism-Wesner builds on a foundation of feminist pedagogy and commitment to social justice oriented learning in and ...
Richmond, Virginia, USA From Mike Sumpters BandCamp page: Harry Gore is an old school Richmond,VA staple in local rock and roll! He and his brothers helped Richmond carve out a long lasting tradition of great music when they got together as The Good Guys. Harry went on to do his own original music and drafted various local musicians into his Measles bootcamp to put out some pretty cool stuff. Harry Gores CDBaby Bio: Im a hardcore rocker who loves Jesus. Im holdin on to 16 as long as I can….. Harry Gore is an American treasure. An established veteran of the alternative music scene, Harrys driving rocknroll features powerful hooks, excellent pop melodies and a strong message that both lifts and challenges the listener. Harrys live performances in the Richmond, VA area have made him a celebrity among music fans for years. Now Harry is stepping into the international arena of cyberspace which is the right thing for both Harry and the listeners from all over the world who will be ...
Title: Saving Connor Summary: AU, eventual HP/DM slash, (very) Slytherin!Harry. Harrys brother Connor is the Boy-Who-Lived, and Harry has devoted himself to protecting him-by being ordinary. But certain people arent content to let Harry hide in the shadows.. Warnings: Much more for language and violence than for sex. But it will be slash, so dont read it if if you dont like that sort of thing.. Notes: Okay, this is the first chapter of what will be, I hope, a long and complicated retelling of Harrys youth in an alternative world. There will be events, places, and people familiar from canon, but Im not going to follow the storyline of the books completely, or even closely in many places. (There will be characters and objects mentioned from HBP in the sixth year analogue, but probably by the time I get to Harrys sixth year youll either have read the bookor given up on the story). Ive always enjoyed stories where Harry has a sibling who supposedly saved the world, and stories where Harrys ...
As we already know Harry does present with a potential for quite severe overcrowding in both his jaws but thankfully no more intervention is needed at this time. Harry found having 4 teeth removed under general anesthetic quite upsetting last time and also with the failed incubation Im understandbly more nervous too as any future intervention requiring Harry to be incubated will mean he needs to be near the paediatirc intensive care unit to keep an extra eye on him. This is because Harry has an extremley small mouth & jaws. Harry doesnt have as many teeth as a normal kid his age so its a waiting game to see if and when they will come through. Mr Cook informed Harry that quite simply he has too many cars for the carpark which is ironic as he does not have all his teeth through yet. Harry will no doubt have a long road ahead of him in terms of his teeth but he is being looked after by a group of amazing dentists and Orthodontist specialists so for the moment I am happy. Harry will see Mr Cook in ...
1. We must remember that it was by accident that the history of Angola became associated with Portugal. Violence is the very foundation of colonialism, which has its most ignoble expression in this slavery of Africans. It should not be forgotten that Portugal owes the Black Angolans an apology and should make amends for this terrible crime against humanity. Millions were deported and killed all over the world.. Since 1975 to the present date, the relationship between Angola and the successive Portuguese Governments have invariably been submission of Angola to a paternalistic and neo-colonialist Portugal. The MPLA and its regime being the favourite instrument for implementing this policy.. 2. By making use of the rights of all peoples to freedom, independence and cultural identity, UNITA, under the leadership of Dr. Jonas Malheiro Savimbi, has been fighting since 1966 so that the African Angolans become totally independent and free to choose the partners for harmonious relationship on the basis ...
The issue of foreign purchases of real estate is associated with very bitter reminiscences in Turkey. During the weakening phase of the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century and the global dominance of western colonialism, purchases without constraint and effective surveillance of real estate by the nationals and companies of western powers was one of the issues on which the Ottoman state had been subjected to the direst foreign pressures. As a consequence of these pressures, a 1858 firman on Reform had announced a grant of permission in this respect, but the necessary legal arrangements had been delayed till 1868. With the enactment of the 1868 regulation, according to one estimate, British capitalist-farmers (see Levantine mansions of İzmir) had almost immediately emerged as having acquired one third of all arable lands in the entire vilayet of İzmir (Aydın in name), possibly held in an indirect manner till then, and by 1878, the majority of the arable land in the same province. This trend ...
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Oregon Jericho is a local grassroots organization based in Portland, Oregon fighting for the human rights of those who are wrongly incarcerated. We are a not for profit and non governmental organization with no paid organizers. We are strictly volunteer run! Many people who are wrongly incarcerated are considered as Political Prisoners. We define Political Prisoners as persons who have been incarcerated for their political views, actions and commitments. They have conciously fought against racism, sexism, colonialism and imperialism. They are freedom fighters! While in prison they continue to adhere to their principles. Oregon Jericho was formed in 2010 inspired by the larger Jericho Movement for Political Prisoner Amnesty. We are non-sectarian and non-vanguardist. We are not explicitly religious however the name Jericho refers to the biblical story in the book of Joshua where people raise the clamour to destroy the oppressive walls of empire! Jericho is a movement with the defined goal of ...
Oregon Jericho is a local grassroots organization based in Portland, Oregon fighting for the human rights of those who are wrongly incarcerated. We are a not for profit and non governmental organization with no paid organizers. We are strictly volunteer run! Many people who are wrongly incarcerated are considered as Political Prisoners. We define Political Prisoners as persons who have been incarcerated for their political views, actions and commitments. They have conciously fought against racism, sexism, colonialism and imperialism. They are freedom fighters! While in prison they continue to adhere to their principles. Oregon Jericho was formed in 2010 inspired by the larger Jericho Movement for Political Prisoner Amnesty. We are non-sectarian and non-vanguardist. We are not explicitly religious however the name Jericho refers to the biblical story in the book of Joshua where people raise the clamour to destroy the oppressive walls of empire! Jericho is a movement with the defined goal of ...
The urban uprisings of the late 1960s in the United States brought together black intellectuals and the urban masses, producing a new generation of militant organizations. The 1970s witnessed a resurgence of Pan-Africanism in the Black Power movement. A key group dedicated to the civil rights movement in the United States and the liberation struggle in Africa, the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), was a united front of black nationalist, Pan-Africanist, and Marxist groups.. At a 1963 meeting, the Organization of African Unity (OAU) declared 25 May African Liberation Day (ALD). In 1971, the African American educator Owusu Saduakai Howard Fuller led a delegation of black nationalists to Africa They met with leaders of the fight against Portuguese colonialism in Angola Guinea Bissau and Mozambique Upon the group s return Saduakai announced the establishment of the African Liberation Day Coordinating Committee whose purpose was to generate support among .... ...
The aims of this module are to provide at an advanced level the sources and methods of quantitative economic history, together with a review of some major findings of economic historical research of interest to economists. This course deals with selected issues during the period of modern economic growth that is, from the industrial revolution until the present time. Within this time frame a comparison will be made between the nature of the growth process in Western Europe during the 19th and the 20th century and that of the post-World War II experience of the East Asian and Latin American countries. The course will address the issue of transferability or replicability of the European experience under different institutional and social conditions. Important questions include: How did globalization begin? When and why did it lead to development or underdevelopment, did it play a role in the great divergence in income between the West and the rest of the world. What was the impact of colonialism ...
By Allen Hibbard. The central issues and conflicts in A Banquet for Seaweed (first published in Arabic as Walîma li ashâb al-bahr in Cyprus in 1983) resonate throughout the Arab World today. Set in the 1960s and 1970s, the novel portrays characters who must forge paths midst the horrors of authoritarian regimes, modern political and social values, rising religious fundamentalism, residues of colonialism, powerful foreign influences (cultural, economic, and military), sectarian and geographic divisions within the Arab world, and narrowly defined roles for women. In a bold and often lyrical style, the novel exposes passionate and frank debates about controversial issues, often treating taboo topics in ways that have offended readers beliefs and tastes. When in 2000 the Egyptian Ministry of Cultures revealed plans to republish the novel, protesters rioted near Al-Azhar University in Cairo, spurred by press reports of its heretical content.. The novels narrative follows the lives of two Iraqi ...
DOLAMO, Ramathate TH. Botho/Ubuntu: Perspectives of Black Consciousness and Black Theology. Studia Hist. Ecc. [online]. 2014, vol.40, suppl.1, pp.215-229. ISSN 2412-4265.. Botho/ubuntu is a philosophy that is as old as humanity itself. In Africa and South Africa it was a philosophy and a way of life for many indigenous tribal groups. It is an African cultural belief that called on individuals to come together and to be more communal in their outlook and, thus, to look out for each other. Although the botho or ubuntu concept became popularised only after the dawn of democracy in South Africa, the concept itself has been lived out by Africans for over millennia. Colonialism, slavery and apartheid introduced materialism and individualism to local populations, which denigrated black identity and imposed on their dignity. The Black Consciousness movement and Black Theology have worked hand in hand since the middle of the 1960s to restore the human dignity of black people in South Africa.. ...
As a writer, Coco Fusco has focused on gender, race, colonialism, and power structures in Latin America and around the world. Her body of work includes interviews, critical essays, and six published books. Dangerous Moves: Performance and Politics in Cuba (2015) is a history of public space, performance, and identity in Cuba.[21] A Field Guide for Female Interrogators (2008), a companion volume to her performance A Room of Ones Own: Women and Power in the New America (2005), examines the sexualized role of women in US military interrogations.[22] A Field Guide for Female Interrogators was shortlisted for the Index on Censorship T. R. Fyvel Book Award. Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self (2003, edited with Brian Wallis), is the catalogue for a photography exhibition of the same name, curated by Fusco and Wallis at the International Center of Photography, which looked at racial imagery in photography and the representation of racial attitudes in the United States.[23][24] The ...
As everyone knows, paralysis reigns supreme in Joyces Dubliners. Or does it? Even Joyce himself was concerned to suggest a way out of the paralysis that blocks all exits in the first fourteen stories: The Dead, by celebrating Irish hospitality, as Joyce put it, was supposed to redress the balance by offering some glimpses of light. Criticism has then divided, conventionally, over whether the snow symbolism connotes purification and rebirth or rather a massive reassertion of paralysis. I want to argue in this essay that, from a marxist-feminist viewpoint, The Dead does indeed offer ways out of paralysis that have nothing to do with that final symbolism. And not just in The Dead; other stories also occasionally flicker with small signs of resistance to the deadening paralysis. But (a question not often enough asked) where does the paralysis come from? Perhaps the answer-Catholicism and colonialismƒis too obvious to be stressed, yet it does no harm, I think, to politicize the obvious and ...
Sub-Saharan Africa South of the Sahara Desert, is considered by many, the poorest region of the planet. In this part of Africa are located the poorest countries in the world, with major structural problems, suffering serious legacy of colonialism, neo-colonialism, ethnic conflict and political instability. This poverty is reflected in the education, health and nutrition. In general, the population of Black Africa has the worst socio-economic indicators in the world. While in developed countries the average life span is over 70 years, in this area of the planet hardly that average exceeds 45 years. We can explain this so low average life due to numerous factors. Poor nutrition, lack of medical care and the lack of basic sanitation in rural areas, are some of them, the other is due to the fact that 63% of the adult population is illiterate and have no access to education, one of the main vehicles for knowledge. The African continent has about 889 million people, of which 500 million live in ...
Sub-Saharan Africa South of the Sahara Desert, is considered by many, the poorest region of the planet. In this part of Africa are located the poorest countries in the world, with major structural problems, suffering serious legacy of colonialism, neo-colonialism, ethnic conflict and political instability. This poverty is reflected in the education, health and nutrition. In general, the population of Black Africa has the worst socio-economic indicators in the world. While in developed countries the average life span is over 70 years, in this area of the planet hardly that average exceeds 45 years. We can explain this so low average life due to numerous factors. Poor nutrition, lack of medical care and the lack of basic sanitation in rural areas, are some of them, the other is due to the fact that 63% of the adult population is illiterate and have no access to education, one of the main vehicles for knowledge. The African continent has about 889 million people, of which 500 million live in ...
It was in the nineteenth century, however, that Indians began arriving in numbers to trade and settle in Zanzibar, which was by then a major metropolis in the Indian Ocean with international connections, and home to the ruling Omani sultans. The more enterprising men ventured off to the small towns dotting the mainland coast. Most Indians arrived penniless from their drought-prone villages in Kathiawad and Kutch, and remained modest traders, but a few of them went on to become veritable merchant princes with spectacular wealth. Among them were Jairam Sewji, Ladha Damji, and Tharia Topan, to whose firms the sultans farmed out their customs collection and to whom they were often in debt.. Generation of tycoons. With the advent of British and German colonialism in the early twentieth century, Zanzibars commercial power and political influence waned, while the interior of East Africa opened up with new infrastructure and increasing trade. As a result, the Indians spread out all over the mainland, ...
Lets call it biological colonialism in reverse: Chinese couples are using IVF and rented American wombs to make new US citizens when the baby is born here. From the Global Times story: West Coast Surrogacy, in California, has worked with. If you are thinking to go INDIA for IVF surrogacy, then you must search for Surrogacy India, Surrogate mother India, IVF India, IVF clinic India & IVF cost india. I found Go Surrogacy for this treatment in India. Hope you also like these. ...
By Sharri K Hall, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs. To download a PDF version of this article, click here.. Despite their shared heritage, Haiti and the Dominican Republic have existed in a quasi cold war for centuries largely due to the rampant systemic racism that plagues the Dominican government and is cultivated by many Dominican citizens. Antihaitianismo is the present manifestation of racial prejudice, selective interpretation of history, and nationalistic Dominican false consciousness.[i] This antihaitianismo was bred and cultivated in the historic colonialism in both Haiti and the Dominican Republic.. The Historical Conflict on Hispaniola There has been division between the two countries for many years. Originally, the Spanish took possession of the entire island, but only controlled the eastern side. The French progressively settled the western side. In 1797, Spain ceded the entire island to France. In 1791, Toussant Louverture initiated a slave revolution and ...
How does history - particularly the history of war, colonialism, and marginalization - impact the work of Asian American poets across time and space? How does language act as a haunting space of intervention and activism? Poet and scholar Jane Wong raised these questions with her digital multimedia project, The Poetics of Haunting. For the last workshop event of 2017, Wong and poets Carlina Duan, Christine Shan Shan Hou, and Muriel Leung read work and share images that boldly invoke historical and familial ghosts so that we may feel their presence. RESERVE A SEAT! $5 SUGGESTED DONATION , OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Carlina Duans debut collection of poetry I Wore My Blackest Hair (Little A, 2017) wrestles with the growing pains of Chinese American girlhood and racial consciousness. Franny Choi writes, In I Wore My Blackest Hair, [Duans] speaker navigates diaspora and its incumbent losses - of family, of language, of face - with unflinching care, revealing complex textures and concrete magic. Carlina ...
Why is it proven so difficult for individuals with an interest in the environment to avoid being tagged as being fringe-dwellers or eccentrics? And why have the green efforts that have been adopted been neutered so readily? At what point does buying into the System become selling-out to the System? [Or is it all just semantic hopefulness if the System, given its basic instincts and logic, proves that it can never be trusted??] Might it do the ecology movement more harm than good if the movement collectively embraced the virtues of patriotism, thereby depriving those who have been traditional less ecologically-minded of their soapbox. After all, what is better for our nation and those within than actually having a functioning planet to live on? Or would embracing patriotism risk simultaneously incorporating the more unsavory elements of nationalism into the environmental movement? After all, many of the problems currently being experienced in the environment are derived from the colonialism ...
Why is it proven so difficult for individuals with an interest in the environment to avoid being tagged as being fringe-dwellers or eccentrics? And why have the green efforts that have been adopted been neutered so readily? At what point does buying into the System become selling-out to the System? [Or is it all just semantic hopefulness if the System, given its basic instincts and logic, proves that it can never be trusted??] Might it do the ecology movement more harm than good if the movement collectively embraced the virtues of patriotism, thereby depriving those who have been traditional less ecologically-minded of their soapbox. After all, what is better for our nation and those within than actually having a functioning planet to live on? Or would embracing patriotism risk simultaneously incorporating the more unsavory elements of nationalism into the environmental movement? After all, many of the problems currently being experienced in the environment are derived from the colonialism ...
Lying about world history is one of the main weapons of the Western imperialists, through which they are managing to maintain their control of the world.. European and North American countries are inventing and spreading a twisted narrative about almost all essential historic events, be they colonialism, crusades, or genocides committed by the Western expansionism in all corners of the globe.. One of the vilest fabrications has been those which were unleashed against the young Soviet Union, a country that emerged from the ruins of the civil war fueled by the European, North American, and Japanese imperialist interests. Foreign armies and local violent gangs were destroying countless cities and villages, robbing, raping, and murdering local people. But determined acts to restore order and elevate the Soviet Union from its knees, dramatically improving lives of tens of millions, was termed in a derogatory way as Stalinism. The label of brutality was soon skillfully attached to it.. Next came the ...
While its true that U.S., and the West generally, has contributed over many, many decades to the problems of the region, theres also plenty of homegrown dysfunction there that is a result of governmental corruption and greed, not colonialism or interventionism. To a certain extent, the U.S. is just a useful scapegoat for virtually everything that goes wrong there. When local governments are doing something that will have very unpopular effects, its very convenient to distract their citizens by blaming it all on the Great Satan (as the U.S. is known in Iran, and in similar terms in Sunni-majority countries). This is at the root of much of the hate directed at us ...
Antonio Sáez Martínez is the alleged mastermind of the jihadist cell that sought to attract young people to send them to fight for the Islamic State. After his conversion he called himself Ali and was married to a woman of Moroccan origin.. For us Salafi jihadists, Western thought is a form of mental colonialism Islam, however, is ours and contains everything that humans need, including justification for their yearning for a better life […]. The jihad is a pressing need for survival and glory of the Ummah .. Being Muslim in a Christian world dominated by infidels… We will have to do something, he said. At the moment I am studying the Koran, and History and Arabic and Islamic thought. My mission is to become a good Muslim and do whatever it takes to reach the end.. I realized that this world where two lines delineate the battlefield have been absorbed by the global Jihad against Crusaders and Jews.. Antonio Sáez wanted to commit an attack against a Jewish bookstore in the Catalan ...
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  • For examples of colonialism that do not refer to modern colonialism beginning in the 16th century, see Colony and Colonization . (wikipedia.org)
  • However, since colonialism is defined as the usurpation of others' life-worlds, there is no intrinsic reason why European colonization or the Enlightenment should be privileged. (openedition.org)
  • 2 Given the implicit global ambition of postcolonial theory, colonialism is presented as the concurrent condition of humanity on both sides of the colonial divide(s). (openedition.org)
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  • The supposed or presum ed responsibility of white people to govern and impart their culture to nonwhite people, often advanced as a justification for European colonialism. (blindlight.org)
  • Colonialism is the policy of a foreign polity seeking to extend or retain its authority over other people or territories, generally with the aim of opening trade opportunities. (wikipedia.org)
  • Colonialism is largely regarded as a relationship of domination of an indigenous majority by a minority of foreign invaders where the latter rule in pursuit of its interests. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Opponents say it is a form of colonialism, the worst form of human exploitation masquerading as kindness, in which the privileged are taking the children of the world's most exploited people and depriving them of their racial and cultural communities. (communitycare.co.uk)
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  • This is an example of settler colonialism. (howstuffworks.com)
  • In settler colonialism , people from one nation go off to live in another country, where they not only build settlements, till the soil, and harvest natural resources, but also strive to replace the indigenous people already living there. (howstuffworks.com)
  • The British colonists who made new homes in North America in the 1600s and Australia in the late 1700s were examples of settler colonialism. (howstuffworks.com)
  • Israel's oppression of Palestinians involves settler colonialism: Zionism seeks to establish a distinct new society, take over control of land and resources and forcibly remove Palestinians. (bdsmovement.net)
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