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  • Bibliography of Books and Articles Published in English on Colonialism and Imperialism in 2004
  • Marcella Fultz

Articles from Scholarly Journals

Abdulhadi, Rabab. “Imagining Justice and Peace in the Age of Empire.” Peace Review 16 (2004): 85–9.
Abisaab, Malek Hassan. “‘Unruly’ Factory Women in Lebanon: Contesting French Colonialism and the National State, 1940–1946.” Journal of Women's History 16.3 (2004): 55–82.
Ablett, Phillip. “Colonialism in Denial: US Propaganda in the Philippine-American War.” Social Alternatives 23.3 (2004): 22–8.
Abugideiri, Hibba. “The Scientisation of Culture: Colonial Medicine's Construction of Egyptian Womanhood, 1893–1929.” Gender & History 16 (2004): 83–98.
Acar, Keziban. “An Examination of Russian Imperialism: Russian Military and Intellectual Descriptions of the Caucasians During the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878.” Nationalities Papers 32 (2004): 7–21.
Adas, Michael. “Contested Hegemony: The Great War And the Afro-Asian Assault on the Civilizing Mission Ideology.” Journal of World History 15 (2004): 31–63.
Addison-Smith, Helen. “Science as Colonial Fetish: Realism, Neo-Colonialism and the Savage in Mid-Twentieth Century North American Science-Fiction.” Colloquy: Text Theory Critique 8. May (2004): <http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/others/colloquy/issue8/Addison-Smith.html>.
Adebajo, Adekeye. “Africa, African Americans, and the Avuncular Sam.” Africa Today 50.3 (2004): 92–110.
Adesanmi, Pius. “‘Nous Les Colonises’: Reflections on the Territorial Integrity of Oppression.” Social Text 22.1 (2004): 35–58.
———. “Of Postcolonial Entanglement and Duree: Reflections on the Francophone African Novel.” Comparative Literature 56 (2004): 227–42.
Adler, William. “Sextus Julius Aficanus and the Roman near East in the Third Century.” Journal of Theological Studies 55 (2004): 520–50.
Afeadie, Philip Atsu. “The Semolika Expedition of 1904: A Participant Account.” History in Africa 31 (2004): 1–18.
Agozino, Biko. “Imperialism, Crime and Criminology: Towards the Decolonisation of Criminology.” Crime, Law and Social Change 41 (2004): 343–58.
Aguirre, Robert D. “Agencies of the Letter: The Foreign Office and the Ruins of Central America.” Victorian Studies 46 (2004): 285–96.
Akurang-Parry, Kwabena O. “Aspects of Elite Women's Activism in the Gold Coast, 1874–1890.” International Journal of African Historical Studies 37 (2004): 463–82.
Alam, M. Shahid. “Colonialism and Industrialization: A Critique of Lewis.” Review of Radical Political Economics 36 (2004): 217–40.
Alam, Manzurul, Stewart Lawrence, and Ruvendra Nandan. “Accounting for Economic Development in the Context of Post-Colonialism: The Fijian Experience.” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 15 (2004): 135–57.
Aldridge, Daniel W. “A War for the Colored Races: Anti-Interventionism and the African American Intelligentsia, 1939–1941.” Diplomatic History 28 (2004): 321–52.
Allen, Richard B. “A Serious and Alarming Daily Evil: Marronage and Its Legacy in Mauritius and the Colonial Plantation World.” Slavery & Abolition 25.2 (2004): 1–17.
Allen, William E. “Rethinking the History of Settler Agriculture in Nineteenth-Century Liberia.” International Journal of African Historical Studies 37 (2004): 435–61.
Almeida, Rhea, Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio, and Judith Lockard. “Resistance to Colonialism as the Heart of Family Therapy Practice.” Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 16.2 (2004): 43–66.
Alon, Yoav. “Tribal Shaykhs and the Limits of British Imperial Rule in Transjordan, 1920–46.” Journal of Imperial & Commonwealth History 32.1 (2004): 69–92.
Alter, Joseph S. “Indian Clubs and Colonialism: Hindu Masculinity and Muscular Christianity.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 46 (2004): 497–535.
Anderson, Connie R. “Camus and the Colonial Tradition: Revisiting ‘L’Hôte’.” Dalhousie French Studies 67 (2004): 89–100.
Anderson, David M. “Massacre at Ribo Post: Expansion and Expediency on the Colonial Frontier in East Africa.” International Journal of African Historical Studies 37 (2004): 33–54.
Armitage, David. “John Locke, Carolina, and the Two Treaties of Government.” Political Theory 32 (2004): 602–27.
Arnold, David. “Race, Place and Bodily Difference in Early Nineteenth-Century India.” Historical Research 77 (2004): 254–73.
Aubert, Guillaume. “‘The Blood of France’: Race and Purity of Blood in the French Atlantic World.” William and Mary Quarterly 61 (2004): 439–78.
Aust, Martin. “Rossia Siberica: Russian-Siberian History Compared to Medieval Conquest and Modern Colonialism.” Review: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center 27 (2004): 181–205.
Aveling, Nado. “Being the Descendant of Colonialists: White Identity in Context.” Race, Ethnicity and...

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ISSN
1532-5768
Launched on MUSE
2005-09-06
Open Access
No
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