colonial experience

colonial experience

n
(Historical Terms) history Austral experience of farming, etc, gained by a young Englishman in colonial Australia
colonial experiencer n
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Loimeier's and Bertz's studies are complementary in understanding the shifting identities of Muslim Asians, such as the Ismaili and Ithna Ashari Khoja, whose own institutions were modernized through the colonial experience.
Clearly it's not just the life story of a forgotten hero we are seeing in this exhibit, because it feels it has unfolded the whole colonial experience.
But as Margery Fee underscores, while this territoriality is rooted in colonial experience, the thematic criticism that worked to elucidate it was constrained by a "fear of opening up the dangerous question of Indigenous rights to land.
The Italian colonial experience has been quite limited, both in terms of time and space, and has consequently produced a limited effect on Italian literature; moreover, since the official dissolution of the Italian "Empire" dates already from World War II, this experience has little resonance in contemporary Italian imagination.
The second section compares the colonial experience of Martinique and Puerto Rico.
This is the best survey of the Catholic colonial experience, and it is provided by a sure and experienced hand.
We consider as object of analysis the colonial experience that took place in the part of America colonized by Spain and Portugal, from the sixteenth century on.
To cap your modern-day colonial experience, relax, unwind, and watch Christmas movies at the Grand View Cinema with your own popcorn bucket, cotton candy swirl, and ice cream bar.
Without negating the brutal and patriarchal background to the colonial experience in Mindanao, she stresses the close ties developed between the Lumad and some of the Spaniards they encountered.
This paper uses Barry's encounters in his own words as a launch point to examining encounter as a method of reconceptualizing the colonial experience of war.
It is good to recall that Nonalignment had its origins largely in India's colonial experience and the nonviolent Indian independence struggle, which left India determined to be the master of its fate in an international system dominated politically by Cold War alliances and economically by Western capitalism and Soviet communism.
Citing the widely accepted idea that entrepreneurship contributes to development, has a beneficial effect on society, creates employment, economic expansion, a larger tax base, and more consumer well-being, Dana puts the spotlight on Asia with its diverse forms of entrepreneurship, and reveals that cultural values, government policy, and a variety of other factors, including colonial experience, as affecting entrepreneurship in its various manifestations.
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