Table of contents for Competing visions of world order : global moments and movements, 1880s-1930s / edited by Sebastain Conrad and Dominic Sachsenmaier.


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Competing Visions of World Order: Global Moments and Movements, 1880s-1930s--Dominic Sachsenmaier and Sebastian Conrad * Part I: Conceptions of World Order and Global Consciousness in the Imperialist Age * Global Civil Society and the Forces of Empire: The Salvation Army, British Imperialism and the "Pre-history" of NGOs (ca. 1880 – 1920)--Harald Fischer-Tine; * The Common Grounds of Conflict: Racial Visions of World Order 1880-1940--Christian Geulen * World Orders in World Histories Before and After World War I--Matthias Middell * Part II: World War I as a Global Moment: Implications for Conceptions of World Order * Dawn of a New Era: The “Wilsonian Moment” in Colonial Contexts and the Transformation of World Order, 1917-1920--Erez Manela * Alternative Visions of World Order in the Aftermath of World War I--Global Perspectives on Chinese Approaches--Dominic Sachsenmaier * Part III: Movements Towards Alternative World Order * Global Mobility and Nationalism: Chinese Migration and the Re-Territorialization of Belonging, 1880-1910--Sebastian Conrad and Klaus Mühlhahn * A Global Anti-Western Moment? The Russo-Japanese War, Decolonization and Asian Modernity--Cemil Aydin * Bringing the “Black Atlantic” into Global History: The Project of Pan-Africanism--Andreas Eckert
Competing Visions of World Order: Global Moments and Movements, 1880s-1930s--Dominic Sachsenmaier and Sebastian Conrad * Part I: Conceptions of World Order and Global Consciousness in the Imperialist Age * Global Civil Society and the Forces of Empire: The Salvation Army, British Imperialism and the "Pre-history" of NGOs (ca. 1880 – 1920)--Harald Fischer-Tine; * The Common Grounds of Conflict: Racial Visions of World Order 1880-1940--Christian Geulen * World Orders in World Histories Before and After World War I--Matthias Middell * Part II: World War I as a Global Moment: Implications for Conceptions of World Order * Dawn of a New Era: The “Wilsonian Moment” in Colonial Contexts and the Transformation of World Order, 1917-1920--Erez Manela * Alternative Visions of World Order in the Aftermath of World War I--Global Perspectives on Chinese Approaches--Dominic Sachsenmaier * Part III: Movements Towards Alternative World Order * Global Mobility and Nationalism: Chinese Migration and the Re-Territorialization of Belonging, 1880-1910--Sebastian Conrad and Klaus Mühlhahn * A Global Anti-Western Moment? The Russo-Japanese War, Decolonization and Asian Modernity--Cemil Aydin * Bringing the “Black Atlantic” into Global History: The Project of Pan-Africanism--Andreas Eckert



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
World politics -- 19th century.
World politics -- 1900-1945.
International cooperation -- History -- 19th century.
International cooperation -- History -- 20th century.