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Series: Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies

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Abolition and Empire in Sierra Leone and Liberia (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Bronwen Everill
Asian Empire and British Knowledge: China and the Networks of British Imperial Expansion (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Ulrike Hillemann
Atlantic ports and the first globalisation, c. 1850-1930 by Miguel Su©Łrez Bosa
Ayurveda made modern : political histories of indigenous medicine in north India, 1900-1955 by Rachel Berger
The Bengal Delta: Ecology, State and Social Change, 1840-1943 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Iftekhar Iqbal
Britain's Imperial Century 1815-1914: A Study of Empire and Expansion by Ronald Hyam
Chinese Labour in South Africa, 1902-10: Race, Violence, and Global Spectacle (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Rachel Bright
Cosmopolitan Nationalism in the Victorian Empire: Ireland, India and the Politics of Alfred Webb (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre
Decolonizing International Health: India and Southeast Asia, 1930-65 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Sunil S. Amrith
The Domination of Strangers: Modern Governance in Eastern India, 1780-1835 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Jon E. Wilson
Economic relations between Britain and Australasia, 1945-1970 by John Singleton
Elites and Decolonization in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Jost Dülffer
Empire and environmental anxiety : health, aesthetics and conservation in South Asia, 1800-1920 by James Beattie
Empires of Religion (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Hilary M. Carey
Engaging Colonial Knowledge: Reading European Archives in World History (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Ricardo Roque
Enlightenment, Governance, and Reform in Spain and its Empire 1759-1808 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Gabriel B. Paquette
George Padmore and decolonization from below : pan-Africanism, the Cold War, and the end of empire by Leslie James
Global Histories, Imperial Commodities, Local Interactions (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Jonathan Curry-Machado
Governors And Settlers - Images Of Authority In The British Colonies, 1820-60 by Mark Francis
Headhunting and Colonialism: Anthropology and the Circulation of Human Skulls in the Portuguese Empire, 1870-1930 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Ricardo Roque
Infectious disease in India, 1892-1940 : policy-making and the perception of risk by Sandhya L. Polu
Ireland and India : nationalism, empire and memory by Michael Silvestri
Law, Disorder and the Colonial State: Corruption in Burma c.1900 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Jonathan Saha
Light and Power for a Multiracial Nation: The Kariba Dam Scheme in the Central African Federation (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Julia Tischler
The Making of Indian Secularism: Empire, Law and Christianity, 1830-1960 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Nandini Chatterjee
The Making of Modern Afghanistan by Ben Hopkins
Missionary Discourses of Difference: Negotiating Otherness in the British Empire, 1840-1900 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Esme Cleall
Money and the End of Empire: British International Economic Policy and the Colonies, 1947-58 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Gerold Krozewski
Navigational Enterprises in Europe and its Empires, 1730-1850 by Richard Dunn
Opium and Empire in Southeast Asia: Regulating Consumption in British Burma (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Ashley Wright
Orientalism and race : Aryanism in the British Empire by Tony Ballantyne
Orientalism, Empire and National Culture by Michael S Dodson
Settler Colonialism: A Theoretical Overview by Lorenzo Veracini
The shadow of colonialism on Europe's modern past by Roisin Healy
Thuggee: Banditry and the British in Early Nineteenth-Century India (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Kim A. Wagner
Tributary Empires in Global History (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies) by Peter Fibiger Bang
Vice in the Barracks: Medicine, the Military and the Making of Colonial India, 1780-1868 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Erica Wald
The wind of change : Harold Macmillan and British decolonization by Larry Butler

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