Kolonializmus, posztkolonializmus, dekolonizáció

Translated title of the contribution: Colonialism, Postcolonialism, Decolonisation

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Abstract

Studies on the history of colonization over the past two decades (colonial studies), the postcolonial turn, the new imperial history) and global historiography have made great strides in reviewing the defining eras of German history.
2 Working in these areas instead of insisting that German modernity was fundamentally a unique, isolated phenomenon trends, much has been done to bring Germany put back into the broader logic of 19th century global history in which The thalassocratic empires of Europe are their own economy, population and politics worked on globalization.
3 During this period, European states settled colonies were established and consolidated - including German Southwest Africa also at the expense of the displacement, helothesis and slaughter of the indigenous population.
4 For these the colonial colonies were associated with commercial warehouses and plantations which they sprouted as part of a systematic, global experiment with the goal of sex European economies, cultivation systems and epistemological frameworks are oriented towards Europe. Although more modest than some of his peers and rivals, but Germany also joined Britain, France, the Netherlands and to the United States for global maritime imperialism in this (mainly promoting free market trade)
Translated title of the contributionColonialism, Postcolonialism, Decolonisation
Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)43-56
Number of pages14
JournalSic itur ad astra
Volume71
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • colonialism
  • decolonisation

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