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HIS3125 Empires and Colonies
Credit Points: 15

This unit considers the history of expansionist strategies of various states and their impacts on colonised peoples from ancient to modern times. Empires and colonies from different periods and geographic locations are studied using a variety of theoretical approaches to the analysis of imperialism and colonialism.  Students will gain an understanding of imperialism, colonialism and the impacts of these historical, political and economic processes on people in the metropolitan centres and peripheries of empires.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAAADLGlobal Studies Major
MIAACXGlobal Studies Minor
MIAAEZGlobal Studies Minor
MAAAESHistory Major
MIAAEYHistory Minor
MAAAHTIndigenous Studies Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010