Exactly how thinking about empire will change our understandings of French history and exactly how thinking about empire has changed in the last decade, however, remain quite open questions.
The Dutch Seaborne Empire Due Monday, May 8, by 5PM. By intellectually distancing Whitney and Muller and writing their debate out of his history, [Ferdinand] Saussure emphasized the independence and objectivity of his new scientific' linguistics and excluded the racial controversies that had been central to comparative philology during the 19th century.
Foucault's "History of sexuality" and the colonial order of things. French anthropologists and eugenicists warned that a depopulation trend would undermine the French, not only as a mil- itary power but as a racial group.
Essays on the Historical Perception of Pestilence. Edited by Wim Willem.
They show the French colony as a territory, and as a multiethnic society where French individuals from different classes and regions lived side by side with native populations under rules, established hierarchies and asymmetries designed to privilege the French and to exploit the land and the natives.
De Europeanen in Nederlandsche Indie. And she no longer exists since the war has ended, except as a name, an exemplary model of revolution, or a nostalgic cult object for those who, while admiring unconditionally the revolution, do not seem to take any genuine, sustained interest in the troubled reality of Vietnam in her social and cultural autonomy.
A Politics of Virtue: By exploring the intersection between sexuality, race and class in the colonial context through a cinematographic representation, we hope we have provided with a solid insight on the matters raised by Stoler on Racial Frontiers, Colonial Identities and the place of desire.
Frantz Fanon and the Politics of Identification. Two figures in academia with an insightful touch on the colonial Indochina: The iconography of race in the films of Felix-Louis Regnault. Edited by Peter Rimmer and Lisa Allen. Nationalism was a tool used by the state to promote empire.
Having failed in a land-exploitation scheme, the mother falls into semi-madness. They sought to dominate and they did. His primary research interests focus on the culture of racism with particular reference to social identity and popular culture.
Models of Colonial Domination in Africa, colonialism. Colonists began developing infrastructures which facilitated the exportation of raw material to metropolitan France. They were gazed as primitive unable to [reason]….
The former are considered as threat and enemy of the White culture. Race, Labor, and Politics in Jamaica and Britain, Administrators also expressed concern that the perceived overpopulation of natives would have economic consequences.
Fanon's clinical psychology and social theory. The idea of race in Latin America, It seems to be more particularly the individual role of the mother who fails to upbring her children as an ordinary member of the White colonial society.
Anthropology, Travel and Government. Oxford University Press, Male sexual behavior requires less attention in the colonial context. New York University Press, The English Utilitarians and India. Natives were also defending the racial purity of their community.
Besides, those interracial relations did not challenge the racism [the invisible ties played out their role], neither the created stereotype regarding the native men. Bourgeois fear of assimilation [re]establishes boundaries and influences the entire society [the other social groups].
Indiana University Press, Africa, colonialism, gender, sexuality, Stoler] White, Luise.
Dina Sherzer French culture- its love affair with Indochina- resulting in a number of novels and films. Asia, Colonialism] Stoler, Ann. Records from the asylums of the Cape suggest that the fear of 'going native' had to do with more than simply the desire to maintain social distance between black and white.The second essay, Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers, European Identities and the Cultural Politics of Exclusion in Colonial Southeast Asia is focused on the construction of colonial categories in relation to people belonging to various geographical and cultural roots.
Ann Laura Stoler, “Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers: European Identities and the Cultural Politics of Exclusion in Colonial Southeast Asia,” in Frederick Cooper and Ann Laura Stoler, eds., Tensions of Empire: Colonial Cultures in a Bourgeois World (Berkeley: University of California Press, ).
Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers: European Identities and the Cultural Politics of Exclusions in Colonial Southeast Asia - Volume 34 Issue 3 - Ann Stoler. 5 Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers 6 “The Conversion of Englishmen and the Conversion of the World Inseparable” 7 Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the German Colonial Empire.
Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers French Indochina and the Lover Words | 11 Pages. Stoler. The first essay, “Race and the Education of Desire”, Foucault’s history of sexuality discusses class, race and desire in terms of family and state regulations which are identified as the moral [bourgeois] code in the colonial context of Indochina.
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