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Empire

the Controversies of British Imperialism

This course is intended for anyone with an interest in imperial history. It doesn’t require any reading before you start or previous experience of studying the subject. You can use the hashtag #FLEmpire to talk about this course on social media.Topics CoveredThe relationship between Empire and money The nature of violence within Empire The connection between race, religion and British imperialism The role of women in Empire and how attitudes to sex influenced British imperialism The significance of British imperial culture British decolonisation and the concept of ‘neo-imperialism’





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Rating 4.0 based on 13 ratings
Length 6 weeks
Effort 3 hours per week
Starts Dec 17 (yesterday)
Cost $44
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Free Limited Content
Language English
Subjects Humanities Programming
Tags History R

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200 years ago in one review

I also noticed that it was largely revisionist, meaning it applied today's standards of morality with actions taken 200 years ago.

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makes you think in one review

Really good course that open up new perspectives and makes you think about the controversies.

never thought-about aspects in one review

But it was still interesting, and, for an American, brought out many never thought-about aspects of Empire.

rather those interested in one review

I would not recommend the course to anyone trying to look at historic events, but rather those interested in pot shooting the British government.

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I also found some of the postings to be criticize everything at all times.

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University of Exeter

Rating 4.0 based on 13 ratings
Length 6 weeks
Effort 3 hours per week
Starts Dec 17 (yesterday)
Cost $44
From University of Exeter via FutureLearn
Instructor
Free Limited Content
Language English
Subjects Humanities Programming
Tags History R