Faculty of Arts


PACIFIC 705 A & B
PACIFIC 705

Special Topic: Pacific History 1880-1980: Islanders, Empires and the World


Description

This course examines the encounters between a variety of indigenous Pacific societies and European and American empires. Beginning in the period when imperial activity in the Pacific intensified, this course investigates key developments from the colonial period to decolonisation, focusing on the entanglement of Pacific Island histories with larger scale transnational developments such as imperialism, capitalism, world war and decolonisation.

Availability 2018

Not taught in 2018

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Reading/Texts


Recommended Reading


Points

PACIFIC 705A: 0.0 points

PACIFIC 705B: 0.0 points

PACIFIC 705: 30.0 points


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