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The Philippines and its inhabitants in the travel accounts of Carl Semper (1869) and Fedor Jagor (1873)
Hidde van der Wall

briefly visited Manila and its surroundings in the 1860s. Adolf Bastian, Die Völker des östlichen Asien: Studien und Reisen, fünfter Band: Reisen im indischen Archipel: Singapore, Batavia, Manilla und Japan (Jena: Hermann Costenoble, 1869), pp. 256–99. 30 Blumentritt became an intellectual ally and adviser of Philippine nationalists. Benedict Anderson, Under Three Flags: Anarchism and

in Savage worlds
Claude McKay’s experience and analysis of Britain
Winston James

Poplar and Docklands, and sharing his extraordinary knowledge of British anarchism; and Bill Schwarz for comments on an earlier draft, and his diligence and forbearance as editor. 1 Claude McKay, Songs of Jamaica (Kingston: Aston W. Gardner, 1912), p. 63

in West Indian intellectuals in Britain
Empire, Nation Redux
Mrinalini Sinha

); also see Susan Bayly, ‘Imagining “Greater India”: French and Indian Visions of Colonialism in the Indian Mode’, Modern Asian Studies, 38: 3 (2004), 703–44; and Maia Ramnath, Decolonizing Anarchism: An Antiauthoritarian History of India’s Liberation Struggle (Edinburgh, 2012). 24 The

in Writing imperial histories
The British, the Americans, the War and the move to Federation
Mary Chamberlain

Labour Congress, and pamphlets by J. Stalin, On Organisation, On the National Question, Economic Problems of Socialism in the U.S.S.R., Anarchism or Socialism; by Lenin, How to Change the Social Order – The State and Revolutior; and by Karl Marx, Wages, Prices and Profit. See NARA, 741G.001/series, and Colonial Office Political Situation Reports. The

in Empire and nation-building in the Caribbean