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Colonizing Paradise: Landscape and Empire in the British West Indies provides insight into colonizersAE perspectives of a utopian reality, or Eden, in their search for the oNew World.
Growing in the 1820's and 30's, waning in the 40's, and regaining strength in the 50's when slavery polarized the nation, the American Colonization Society movement stumbled in its initial goal of colonizing free blacks and its efforts to encourage voluntary and gradual emancipation.
A second collection of 300 colonizing strains was obtained during the same period by culturing samples from the anterior nares of 1,195 healthy children in the community.
The role of religion--specifically, religious evangelization as a colonizing influence--is also an undercurrent in many of the essays.
America, which remembers itself as a "New Israel"--a nation of pilgrims and refugees who came to these shores seeking liberty, safety, and peace--must not become a "New Rome," oppressing and colonizing other peoples with our new found might.
This growth from town house to agglomerative element colonizing an urban block is phenomenal, but Taniguchi nevertheless attempts to retain something of the domestic scale of MoMA's original facilities.
In defence of non-Native society's lack of knowledge about the Native peoples of Canada, it helps to understand the mindset of the two major colonizing nations.
The contributors scrupulously illustrate that the holders of the colonial gaze can be men as well as women from both colonizing societies (such as the Roman Empire, Britain or France) and colonized groups (such as Muslims in Spain, Indian nationalists or Korean elites under Japanese invasion).
aureus from colonizing the nose, Regev-Yochay says.
And in certain cases, a colonizing power's insistence on exclusive rights to scientific knowledge encouraged indigenous scientists to elaborate local traditions of scientific innovation.
By focusing on the exterior, ethnographers inculcated in readers the practice of racial, colonizing, and consumerist gazing that had long been performed at slave auctions--the instantaneous specularization of black body parts that reduces whole people to anatomized images of mute primitiveness, salable powerlessness, and brute animality.
Can the poet expiate the sins of her colonizing Dutch forefathers?