The Path to the Greater, Freer, Truer World: Southern Civil Rights and Anticolonialism
While norms related to anticolonialism
, nonintervention, universal collective security, and human rights predated it, the Bandung Conference sought to enhance their legitimacy, rather than undermine them as feared by the West.
EcoLewis: Conservationism and Anticolonialism
in The Chronicle of Narnia.
The progressives now conceptualized beauty and love as belonging to anticolonialism
and class struggle.
Kastom and anticolonialism
on Malalta: 'Culture' as political symbol.
Hating empire properly; the two Indies and the limits of enlightenment anticolonialism
24) Stephen Howe, Anticolonialism
in British Politics: The Left and the End of Empire, 1918-1964, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993, p.
Forced by the exigencies of Portuguese times, Hindu artisans painted Christian gods, and at the turn of the wave of anticolonialism
in English and Portuguese colonies artists such as Angelo da Fonseca sought to locate Christian gods within the culture and landscape of India.
His vehement anticolonialism
, however, turned him against England, and his attempt to gain Irish freedom with the help of the Kaiser during World War I led to his final undoing.
While the East had already been categorized with nomenclature--the Other, the exotic Other, the Oriental Other--this compartmentalization was challenged by the onset of anticolonialism
ON11 APRIL, ALGERIA AND Africa put to rest one of the continent s most revered anticolonialism
heroes who was the only remaining founding father of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), which ushered in the current African Union (AU).
5) None of these political organizational feats would have been possible without the adequate conditions and sentiments for the social formation of socionationalist movements capable of mounting the kind of political resistance that Nkrumah called "positive Action" through strikes--a sort of Gandhian nonviolent anticolonialism