Roundtable: Imperial History by the Book: A Roundtable on John Darwin's The Empire Project. Introduction: Empire of the Book

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In an age when both the traditional book form and the world that the British Empire made are arguably in crisis, it is remarkable that big books on British imperialism abound. Contributors to this roundtable assess scale and genre as well as content in their discussion of the claims and impact of John Darwin's tome, The Empire Project. John Darwin's response is also included.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)971-976
JournalJournal of British Studies
Volume54
Issue number4
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StatePublished - Sep 2 2015

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