Mauling the British: Tipu Sultan, Mysore, and Resistance to British Imperialism in India
A visual primary source showing how Mysore resisted British imperialism in southern India in the second half of the eighteenth century
“Complete and Immediate Independence for the Vietnamese People”: Vietnamese Anticolonialism in the 1920s and 1930s
An example of Vietnamese anticolonialism against French rule from 1926
“Its Immediate Effects Have Been Simply Disastrous”: Some Thoughts on Teaching New Imperialism
Some reflections about teaching imperialism and a collection of all recent posts about New Imperialism.
“We Were Not Free”: American and Japanese Imperialism, c.1860 - c.1940
A discussion of how to teach American and Japanese imperialism using sources from the Philippines and Korea.
“A Period of Hatred and Despair”: Middle East and North Africa in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1830 - c.1940
A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in the Middle East and North Africa
“Among a Kindred People”: The Pacific Islands in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1840 - c.1930
A discussion of teaching resistance to New Imperialism in the Pacific Islands in world history courses.
“We Begged the White Men to Leave Us Alone”: Teaching Africa in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1880 - c.1840
A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in Africa.
“We Thought it Best to Fight”: Teaching British-Ruled Africa in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1880 - c.1930
A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in British-ruled Africa using sources by colonized Africans.
“The European Makes Himself Ridiculous”: Teaching Southeast Asia in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1880 - c.1940
A discussion of teaching imperialism in Southeast Asia using case studies from Dutch East Indies, British Malaya, and French Indochina.
“British boxing versus Indian fisticuffs”: South Asia in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1860 - c.1940
A discussion of teaching British rule in India by focusing on stories on Indian resistance.