Decolonization: Perspectives from Now and Then
Psychology Press, 2004 - History - 312 pages
In their words -- Introduction -- (The Three Principles of the People). Selections from Lecture 4 / Sun Yat-sen, San Min Chu I -- The path that led me to Leninism / Ho Chi Minh -- The discovery of India, Selections from chapter 10 / Jawaharlal Nehru -- Frantz Fanon, "Algeria unveiled" (extracts) in A dying colonialism / Frantz Fanon -- "Diagnosing an illness" Chapter 1, Occidentosis: a plague from the West / Jalal Al-i Ahmand -- "Society and ideology" selections from chapter 3, Consciencism: philosophy and ideology for decolonization / Kwame Nkrumah -- Part II: Imperialism and nationalism -- Introduction -- Contested hegemony: The Great War and the Afro-Asian assault on the civilizing mission ideology / Michael Adas -- The world of history and the world-as-history: twentieth century theories of imperialism / Patrick Wolfe -- "The Revolt against the West", selections from chapter 6, An introduction to contemporary history / Geoffrey Barraclough -- "'My ambition is much higher than independence': US power, the UN world, the nation-state, and their critics" / John D. Kelly and Martha Kaplan -- Empire preserv'd: how the Americans put anti-Communism before anti-imperialism / William Roger Louis and Ronald Robinson -- The troubled history of partition / Radha Kumar -- Part III: Regions and themes -- Introduction -- "Don't Paint Nationalism Red!" national revolution and socialist anti-imperialism / Ronald Grigor Suny -- Islamic renewal and the 'Failure of the West' / John O. Voll -- The dialectics of decolonization: nationalism and labor movements in postwar French Africa / Frederick Cooper -- Social construction of idealized images of women in colonial Korea: the "New Woman" versus "Motherhood" / Jiweon Shin -- National divisions in Indochina's decolonization / Stein Tnnesson -- Colonial formations and deformations: Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam / Bruce Cumings -- Index.
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