Ed. by Kaye, Harvey J. Kiernan critically addresses the origins, consequences and legacies of modern imperialism and colonialism, discussing the imperial experience in its totality.
V.G. Kiernan is recognised as one of the most remarkable historians of the 20th. Sensitive to the tragic and ironic character of human history, he addresses the origins, consequences and legacies of modern imperialism and colonialism.
Preface Introductionand Its Shepherds 2. Development, Imperialism and Some Misconceptions 3. Colonial Africa and Its Armies 4. Europe and the World: The Imperial Record 5. Imperialism and Revolution 6. Europe in the Colonial Mirror 7. Antonio Gramsci and the Other Continents 8. After Empire