Table of contents for (Dis)placing empire : renegotiating British colonial geographies / edited by Lindsay J. Proudfoot and Michael M. Roche.

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List of Figures	ix
List of Tables	x
List of Plates	xi
List of Contributors	xii
Preface	xiv
Acknowledgements	xv
1	Introduction: Place, Network, and the Geographies of Empire
	Lindsay Proudfoot and Michael Roche	1
2	Colonial Spaces and Sites of Resistance: Landed Estates 
	in 19th Century Ireland
	Paddy Duffy	13
3	The Unsettled Country: Landscape, History, and Memory 
	in Australia's Wheatlands
	Joy McCann	41
4	Place and Presbyterian Discourse in Colonial Australia
	Lindsay Proudfoot	61
5	Irishness, Gender and Household Space in "An 
	Up-country Township"
	Di Hall	81
6	Performing Power, Demonstrating Resistance: Interpreting 
	Queen Victoria's Visit to Dublin in 1900
	Yvonne Whelan	99
7	Environment - Identity Convergences in Australia, 1880-1950
	J M Powell	117
8	Empire, Duty and Land: Soldier Settlement in New Zealand
	Michael Roche	135
9	'Oriental Sore' or 'Public Nuisance': The Regulation of Prostitution in 
	Colonial India, 1805-1889
	M Satish Kumar	155
10	Prostitution and the Place of Empire: Regulation and Repeal in Hong 
	Kong and the British Imperial Network
	Philip Howell	173
11	Afterword
	Lindsay Proudfoot	201
References	207
Index		227

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 19th century.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 20th century.
Postcolonialism -- English-speaking countries.
Decolonization -- English-speaking countries.
Postcolonialism -- Commonwealth countries.
Decolonization -- Commonwealth countries.
Ireland -- History -- 19th century.