Colonialism

A Study of Cinema and Post-Colonial Identity in Australia

Before we look at Post-colonialism, one must have a closer look at the word Colonialism, the word by its dictionary definition the “Alleged policy of exploitation of backward or weak peoples. ” For most however when we broach the delicate topic of Colonialism, we envisage a more romanticised view such as: Adventure, Pioneering, Exoticism, Romance, […]

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Colonial Imperialism in Marrakech

George Orwells essay “Marrakech” if full of stylistic tonality that fully describes the scenes trying to be portrayed. Though there are many conclusions by readers and critics alike as to what Orwell was trying to convey, this essay was a direct reference to colonial imperialism. One can have there own opinion as to what Marrakech […]

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Madagascar

Madagascar, better known as the eighth continent of the world, is one of the most precious landmasses on earth. Lying in the Indian Ocean, it detached from the African mainland 165 million years ago and developed into magnificent uniqueness through its wide range of biodiversity, large areas of forested lands, and its rare animals such […]

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The Legacies of Colonialism and Imperialism

Colonialism is the policy of domination pursued by the European powers starting in the fifteenth century and extending to the mid twentieth century. During this period European countries began to exert their control over large parts of the world. The Spanish and Portuguese founded colonies in what was to become known as Latin America. Britain […]

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Apush Imperialism

Throughout the history of the United States, her ideas of expansion were altered. According to certain views, expansionism did not change in the late nineteenth-century to the early twentieth-century while others viewed expansionism to have stayed the same. Foreign countries continued to broaden their horizons and colonize other places, and as the United States grew […]

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British Imperialism in India and Sub-Saharan Africa Between 1750 and 1914

During the 1800s and early 1900s, a wave of imperialism swept over Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. The Western nations, pursuing new raw materials, established control, and became very powerful. The non-Western world obtained many benefits, such as industrialization and public education. While imperialism proved beneficial, it also resulted in warfare, racism, economic discrimination, […]

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Rizal nationalism

As we studied Jose Rizal’s life and his written works, we were able to have a better understanding of the nationalism of Rizal and were also able to correct the myths regarding the real convictions of Rizal. In tracing the circumstances and events that developed the personality and way of thinking of Rizal, we need […]

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