DVM 2106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Kenneth Pomeranz, Anthony Hopkins, Edward Said

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Identify the causes for colonial and imperial expansion. Understand diversity of colonial experience in the developing world. Spicy the signi cant consequences of colonial rule for indigenous societies. Imperialism: a political and economic system by which wealthy and powerful states control the political and economic life of other societies: can be direct or indirect. Colonialism: the processes of occupation and administration of a territory, country, or region by another and the consequences of these processes. Chartered company: a company that received monopoly commercial rights from a state ruler for the purpose of promoting trade and exploration in a speci c geographic area: this is essentially a form of indirect rule. Indirect rule: a system of governance by which colonial powers recognized and supported the legitimacy of indigenous authorities and legal systems and used those authorities as intermediaries to govern the local population.

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