6 edition of Imperial co-histories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-324) and index.
|Statement||edited by Julie F. Codell.|
|Contributions||Codell, Julie F.|
|LC Classifications||DA16 .I47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||2002015673|
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Read this book on Questia. Bringing together scholars from the United States, Britain, Australia, India, and Canada, Codell (art history and English, Arizona State U.) presents 12 essays that examine Victorian-era newspapers, gazettes, journals and other publications from the British imperial center and the colonial peripheries for insights into how the "co-histories" (a concept.
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Codell's main point, one that resonates with recent publications by Catherine Hall (Civilising Subjects, ) and Peter van der Veer (Imperial Encounters, ).
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Imperial co-histories and the British and colonial press / Julie F. Codell --Scripting South Asia's visual past: the Journal of Indian art and industry and Imperial co-histories book production of knowledge in the late nineteenth century / Deepali Dewan --An imagined world: the Imperial gazetteer / Michael Hancher --"The software of empire": telegraphic news.
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Charles Whibley (–) was an English literary journalist and author. Whibley's style was described by Matthew as "often acerbic high-tory commentary".In literature and the arts, his views were progressive. He supported James Abbott McNeill Whistler (they had married sisters).
He also recommended T. Eliot to Geoffrey Faber, which resulted in Eliot's being appointed as Born: 9 DecemberSittingbourne, Kent, England. Mary Roberts describes encounters between women-both British travelers and the women of Istanbul and Cairo harems-in a refreshing, innovative analysis of the historical and imaginary workings of harem imagery as forms of cross-cultural exchanges and interactions.â - Julie F.
Codell, editor of Imperial Co-Histories: National Identities and the. In Intimate Outsiders, the art historian Mary Roberts brings to light a body of harem imagery that was created through a dynamic process of cultural exchange.
Roberts focuses on images produced by nineteenth-century European artists and writers who were granted access to harems in the urban centers of Istanbul and : This book explores the creation of imperial identities in Britain and several of its colonies- South Africa, India, Australia, Wales- and the ways in which the Victorian press around the world shaped and reflected these identities.
The concept of co-histories, borrowed from Edward Said and Frantz Fanon, helps explain how the press shaped the imperial and national identities of Britain and of.
Imperial Communications Máire ní Fhlathúin | University of Nottingham Changes in technology over the course of the nineteenth century had the effect of enabling faster travel and more efficient communication between the different areas of the British Empire.
Jones, Aled, ‘Welsh missionary journalism in India, –’ in Julie F. Codell (ed.), Imperial Co-histories: National Identities and the Imperial co-histories book and. The Colonial and Indian Exhibition opened in South Kensington on 4 Maylasted over six months, and accommodated million visitors (Barringer, “South Kensington” 23).
Featuring extravagant displays from British colonial holdings, the exhibit was organized by the Prince of Wales as an “imperial object lesson” in England’s power.
Based on newly available and extensive archival evidence, this book traces the history of international news agencies and associations around the world from to Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb argues that newspaper publishers formed news associations and patronized news agencies to cut the costs of news collection and exclude competitors.
Imperial Co-Histories: National Identities and the British and Colonial Press By Julie F. Codell Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Read preview Overview Diana, Self-Interest, and British National Identity By John A.
Taylor Praeger Publishers, "Introduction: Imperial Co-Histories" and "The Empire Writes Back: Native Informant Discourse in the Victorian Press," Imperial Co-Histories.
Codell (Fairleigh Dickinson U P), ; "Empiricism, Naturalism & Science in Millais's Paintings," John Everett Millais. Mancoff (Yale), Phone: () ‘The Software of Empire’: Telegraphic News Agencies and Imperial Publicity, – In Imperial Co-Histories: National Identities and the British and Colonial Press.
Edited collections — The Political Economy of Art (Fairleigh Dickinson, ); Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars (Mapin, ); Transculturation in British Art, (Ashgate, ); Imperial Co-Histories (Fairleigh Dickinson, ).
omy in Imperial Representation." Loosely applying the concept of co-histories first painted in broad strokes by Edward Said (who borrowed the term from Franz Fanon), the book sets out to analyze the colonial press as a stage for "colonized" writers and publishers as well as various agencies of imperial power and control.
She edited Transculturation in British Art (), Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars (), Genre, Gender, Race and World Cinema (), Imperial Co-Histories () and Orientalism Transposed () currently being translated into. For a discussion of the emergence of the Indian craftsman as a site of nostalgia for the British and colonial arts and crafts movements, see Dewan, Deepali, “ Scripting South Asia's Visual Past: The Journal of Indian Art and Industry and the Production of Knowledge in the Late Nineteenth Century,” in Imperial Co-histories: National Cited by: Imperial co-histories: national identities and the British and colonial press / Published: () The idea of greater Britain: empire and the future of world order, / by: Bell, Duncan, Published: ().
She is the author of The Victorian Artist (), and editor of Transculturation in British Art, (), Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars (), The Political Economy of Art (), Imperial Co-Histories (); and co-editor of Encounters in the Victorian Press (; with L.
Brake) and Orientalism Transposed ( The only refereed journal that concentrates on the editorial and publishing history of Victorian periodicals, Victorian Periodicals Review (VPR) emphasizes the importance of periodicals and newspapers in the history and culture of Victorian Britain, Ireland, and the British includes informative articles from a variety of disciplines as well as book reviews, a biennial.
Flora Louise Shaw, The Lady Lugard, DBE (born 19 December – 25 January ), was a British journalist and writer. She is credited with having coined the name " Nigeria ". She was born at 2 Dundas Terrace, Woolwich, South London, the fourth of fourteen children, the daughter of an English father, Captain (later Major General) George Shaw Born: Flora Louise Shaw, 19 December.
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Julie F. Codell is the author of Genre, Gender, Race and World Cinema ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Transculturation in Britis /5(14).
She wrote The Victorian Artist (; rev. ed.) and edited Transculturation in British Art (); Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars (); The Political Economy of Art ); Imperial Co-Histories (); and co-edited with L. Hughes, Replication in the Long 19 th Century: Re-making and Reproduction (); with J.
Deana Heath. University of Julie F. Codell, ed. Imperial Co-histories: National Identities and the British and Colonial Press. A Companion to the History of the Book (Malden, MA; Oxford.
The edited anthology Imperial Co-Histories: National Identities and the British Colonial Press, through a postcolonial framework, successfully describes the “hybridity” (Codell 17) of the press in colonized spaces, arguing that the press, rather than demarcating the metropole from the periphery or mother country from colony, instead.
Imperial Co-Histories (); and co-edited Encounters in the Victorian Press (with Laurel Brake, ), and Orientalism Transposed (with Diane Sachko Macleod, ; Japanese translation ).
Christina Crosby, Professor of English and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. BOOK REVIEWS co-histories should entail more, for example, than writing about images of India in a mag-azine written by British men and published in Britain for British middle-class readers.
Such analysis can afford valuable insights into. To cite this article: Julie Codell () W omen Writing Art History in the Nineteenth Century, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, DOI: /Author: Julie Codell.
David Peters Corbett Professor of Art History and American Studies Dean, Faculty of Arts and Humanities University of East Anglia, Norwich. David Peters Corbett has written widely on English and American painting of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, including The Modernity of English Art, –30 (), The World in Paint: Modern Art and Visuality in England.
Those Africans and Asians who were able to find a voice in the British periodical press were few in number, and primarily drawn from elite groups.
32 32 Julie F. Codell, ‘The Empire Writes Back: Native Informant Discourse in the Victorian Press’, in Julie F. Codell (ed.), Imperial Co‐Histories: National Identities and the British and Cited by: She wrote The Victorian Artist (Cambridge UP, ) and edited Imperial Co-Histories: National Identities in the British and Colonial Press (Fairleigh Dickinson UP, ) Her essay on the Maharajah of Baroda's art collections appears in the recent Journal of the History of Collections () and an essay on Gandhi's autobiography in a.
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