Enemies of Empire

New Perspectives on Imperialism, Literature and Historiography

Edited by: Eoin Flannery, Angus Mitchell

Enemies of empire addresses a conspicuous gap in the current literature on colonial and postcolonial literary, theoretical and historical studies and introduces new perspectives on the qualitative nature of empire. Themes examined include Irish literature, African history, Cold War politics, circuits of knowledge, religious history, Indian hunger strikes, early 20th-century humanitarianism, globalization and subaltern studies. Contributors: Linda Connolly (UCC), Michael Griffin (U. Limerick), Eugene O'Brien (Mary I.), Louise Fuller (NUIM), Joseph Lennon (Manhattan College, New York),~Michael Kilburn (Endicott College, Beverly, MA), Talinn Grigor (MIT), Dan O'Connell (Hobart & William Smith Colleges), Stephen Donovan (Columbia U.), Tiro Sebina (U. Botswana), E?in Flannery (U. Limerick), Angus Mitchell (U. Limerick).

230 pages

Publication Date: 4/16/2007
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781846820021