Law, History, Colonialism: The Reach of Empire
Senior Lecturer School of History Diane Kirkby, Diane Elizabeth Kirkby, Catharine Coleborne, Professor of History in the School of Social Sciences Catharine Coleborne
Manchester University Press, 2001 - 307 sivua
Drawing on contemporary research from an internationally acclaimed group of scholars, this work brings together the disciplines of law, history and post-colonial studies in an exploration of imperialism.
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