7 edition of The science of empire found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -287) and index.
|Series||SUNY series in science, technology, and society|
|LC Classifications||Q175.52.I4 B33 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 298 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||95030116|
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Nature's Government is a daring attempt to juxtapose the histories of Britain, Western science, and imperialism. It shows how colonial expansion, from the age of Alexander the Great to the twentieth century, led to more complex kinds of knowledge. Science, and botany in particular, was fed by information culled from the exploration of the globe. This fascinating study examines the discourse of science in Japan from the s to the s in relation to nationalism and imperialism. How did Japan, with Shinto creation mythology at the absolute core of its national identity, come to promote the advancement of science and technology? Using what logic did wartime Japanese embrace both the rationality that denied and the nationalism .
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The Science of Empire: Scientific Knowledge, Civilization, and Colonial Rule in India (S U N Y Series in Science, Technology, and Society) Paperback – byAuthor: Zaheer Baber.
In The Science of Empire, Zaheer Baber analyzes the social context of the origins and development of science and technology in India from antiquity through colonialism to the modern period.
The focus is on the two-way interaction between science and society: how specific social and cultural factors led to the emergence of specific scientific/technological knowledge systems and institutions that transformed.
This book is a welcome addition to the The science of empire book but growing literature of the history of science in Japan." —David G. Wittner, East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine "[Mizuno] brings to light some of the overlooked linkages between prewar and postwar Japan and suggests a useful means of considering some of the other instances of boosterism.
About this book Introduction Offering one of the first analyses of how networks of science interacted within the British Empire during the past two centuries, this volume shows how the rise of formalized state networks of science in the mid nineteenth-century led to a constant tension between administrators and scientists.
It also provides an extremely useful set of readings suitable for anyone with interests in empire, as well as an excellent source for any course exploring science and imperialism.
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The Skolian Empire has mastered faster-than-light communication. The technological advancement allows them to dominate a third of the civilized galaxy. However, the Skolian Empire is not invincible. They stand on the brink of war with the rival empire of the Traders.
The Skolians cannot afford to lose, not if they want to avoid slavery. Book description This seminal study explores the national, imperial and indigenous interests at stake in a major survey expedition undertaken by the German Schlagintweit brothers, while in the employ of the East India Company, through South and Central Asia in the by: 1.
The Science Fiction of Empire: the Best of All Possible Worlds. Published on J J by CIGH Exeter Dr Tris Kerslake, author of the book Science Fiction and Empire (), provides the final post of our multi-week roundtable on science fiction and imperial history, co-edited by Marc-William Palen and Rachel Herrmann.
The Galactic Empire in the Foundation series, by Isaac Asimov When you talk about a “galactic empire” you are legally required to name-check Asimov’s creation. The sheer scale of the fictional future history Asmiov describes is breathtaking in its detail, encompassing several disparate novels set in the same universe at vastly different : Jeff Somers.
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My goal is simple: Help YOU get to your goals faster. The entire empire is predicated on the special, supernatural ability of the royal line to determine character and read minds, yet the plot revolves around the stunning and completely unexpected betrayal of the Empire by the First Knight (grand vizier), despite the fact that the First Knight is /5().
This book, written almost forty years ago, offers an important, fact-filled overview of a very important era in American history, one that is largely forgotten today. The New Empire does a more than credible job of filling in the huge gaps in our collective history ofand it turns out that something indeed happened between Reconstruction and the Spanish-American by: Eventually, he went on to use all his knowledge of the historical facts about the Roman Empire to develop the series.
Riches laid the foundation of the first book after visiting the fort of Housesteads Roman in An initial book written in the historical series. Empire of Dreams is the first definitive look at all of the science fiction (SF), fantasy, and horror films directed by Steven Spielberg, one of the most popular and /5.
The Collapsing Empire [S1] by John Scalzi () The discovery of The Flow - an extra-dimensional field we can access at certain points in space-time that transport us to other worlds - has changed everything.
Humanity flows away from Earth, into space, and in time forgets our home world and creates a new empire, the Interdependency. This book is about the human desire to experiment with empire.
In the past it was done with real soldiers and expeditions and slaves and trade and misery and force. The book that follow create the foundation of the Xarrokian Empire with many tales yet to come. After The Beginning is Consequences, then Homecoming and The Fall.
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