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Colonialism

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European colonialisms (circa. Late 1400) are complex, particularized, and changing political-economic-social-religious systems of domination. In the pursuit of capital accumulation and appropriation, European colonialisms generated and benefited from racialized and racist logics. Following the “formal” decolonization of much, but not all, of the colonized world—from Haiti in 1804, to Cameroon in 1960, to Papua New Guinea in 1975, to Timor-Leste in 2002—colonial structures, relations, and imag...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Social Sciences Division
Department:
SOGE
Subgroup:
Geography
Oxford college:
Mansfield College
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Elsevier Publisher's website
Host title:
International Encyclopedia of Human Geography Second Edition
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pubs:999230
URN:
uri:992d523a-c2c7-4cf3-bd27-e8ef6f947386
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uuid:992d523a-c2c7-4cf3-bd27-e8ef6f947386
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pubs:999230
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9780081022955
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