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Books, travelling scholarships, leave of absence
Tamson Pietsch

‘national and imperial’. The policies of deterritorialisation pursued by the larger settler universities in the late nineteenth century connected what had previously been locally oriented institutions into a wider world of academic scholarship. But as Chase’s comments suggest, this was principally neither an international nor a cosmopolitan world. Despite their purchase of European

in Empire of scholars
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National and international forces
Tamson Pietsch

scholarships or attended international conferences, they now did so not as members of the expansive British academic world, but rather as representatives of national scholarly communities. It would not be until the 1980s, when a new phase of government reform began to dismantle these national structures and replace them with another wave of de-territorialisation (this time in the form of marketised

in Empire of scholars