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[美]何伟亚(James L. Hevia) 刘天路 邓红风 刘海岩   社会科学文献出版社  2013-01 出版
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本书是国家清史编纂委员会编译丛刊的一种。作者何伟亚是芝加哥大学国际研究中中心主任,发表了研究我国清代史的专著和论文多种。 这本《英国的课业》把中国嵌入到19世纪殖民主义的历史之中,指出帝国主义和殖民主义不仅仅是枪炮、商品和各种侵略行为,它还是一个文化过程,一个需要被征服人民自愿去接受的“霸权工程”。为了实现此目的,帝国主义在19世纪通过武力和政治压迫,对清政府和中国人民进行“规训”。“教育”他们在一个帝国主义支配的世界里,应该如何规范自己的行为。 作者在这部著作中,运用后殖民研究的理论和方法,对鸦片战争到义和团起义时期的近代西方对华关系进行了全新的解读,把它从一段人所熟知的历史变成了一段令人感到新奇的崭新历史。
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