Table of contents for Imperialisms : historical and literary investigations, 1500-1900 / edited by Balachandra Rajan and Elizabeth Sauer.

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Imperialisms: Early Modern to Pre-Modernist--Balachandra Rajan and Elizabeth Sauer
Part I: Early Modern European Imperialisms: Literary Representations
"The Ship comes Well-Laden": Court Politics, Colonialism, and Cuckoldry in Gil Vicente's Auto da India--Shankar Raman
Learning from Spain: The Case of the Irish Moriscos--Barbara Fuchs
"Those People far surpass us": Gulliver, the Japanese, and the Dutch--Robert Markley
Part II: Early Modern Europeans on India
Civilization and the Problem of Race: Portuguese and Italian Travel Narratives to India--Dorothy Figueira
England in Moghul India: Historicizing Cultural Difference and its Discontents--Paul Stevens
The British and the Dutch in India (1750-1799)--Florence D'Souza
Part III: Early Imperialisms: East and West
Empire as Composite: The Ottoman Polity and the Typology of Dominion--Daniel Goffman and Christopher Stroop
The Maliki Imperialism of Ahmad al-Mansur: The Moroccan Invasion of Sudan, 1591--Nabil I. Matar
Colonial Benedictions: Worldly Catholics and Secular Priests in French Indochina--Patricia Pelley
A Note on "Further India"--Balachandra Rajan
Part IV: English and French Imperialisms: 18th and 19th Centuries
"English" and French Imperial Designs in Canada and in a Larger Context--Jonathan Hart
Displacement and Anxiety: Empire and Opera--Linda Hutcheon and Michael Hutcheon
Part V: German Imperial Philosophies and Practices
Inventing the Orient: Discursive Alliances of the Philosopher, Historian, and Fiction Writer--Kamakshi P.Murti
The Colonial Pedagogy of Imperial Germany: Self-Denial in the Interest of the Nation--Sabine Wilke
Afterword: From Empire to Federation--Anthony Pagden
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: World politics 16th century, World politics 17th century, World politics 18th century, Imperialism History 16th century, Imperialism History 17th century, Imperialism History 18th century, Imperialism in literature