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in Equal subjects, unequal rights

general editor John M. MacKenzie

Established in the belief that imperialism as a cultural phenomenon had as significant an effect on the dominant as on the subordinate societies, Studies in Imperialism seeks to develop the new socio-cultural approach which has emerged through cross-disciplinary work on popular culture, media studies, art history, the study of education and religion, sports history and children’s literature. The cultural emphasis embraces studies of migration and race, while the older political and constitutional, economic and military concerns are never far away.
It incorporates comparative work on European and American empire-building, with the chronological focus primarily, though not exclusively, on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when these cultural exchanges were most powerfully at work.

Equal subjects, unequal rights

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Equal subjects, unequal rights

Indigenous Peoples in British Settler Colonies, 1830–1910

Julie Evans, Patricia Grimshaw, David Philips and Shurlee Swain

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First published 2003

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Equal subjects, unequal rights

Indigenous people in British settler colonies, 1830s–1910

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