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Andrew J. May

Terminology betrayed ideology; on his arrival in the Khasi Hills, Gibson increasingly referred to the expedition as ‘My Mission’ and his collections as his ‘harvest’. If the language of capitalism was clearly invoked by scientists to signal the commodification of India, 73 so too was the language of evangelicalism. The Duke of Devonshire, a liberal-minded politician

in Welsh missionaries and British imperialism
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David Hardiman

Europe. 4 For Hopkins, it represented a Christian response to the social problems that resulted from industrial capitalism and it had strong links to trade unionism. It was critical of the materialism and greed of the capitalist ethos and demanded that a truly Christian society be a more co-operative and egalitarian one. It did not in general assume a similarly critical stance on issues of imperialism

in Missionaries and their medicine