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By Katie Pickles,Katharine Coleborne

This edited assortment investigates New Zealand's heritage as an imperial strength, and its evolving position in the British Empire. It revises and expands the heritage of empire inside, to and from New Zealand by way of the country's spheres of inner imperialism, its courting with Australia, its Pacific empire and its outreach to Antarctica.

The booklet severely revises our knowing of the diversity of how that New Zealand has performed a task as an imperial strength, together with the cultural histories of latest Zealand contained in the British Empire, engagements with imperial practices and notions of imperialism, the targeted value of latest Zealand within the Pacific sector, and the move of principles of empire either via and within New Zealand over time.

The essays during this quantity span social, cultural, political and financial heritage, and in trying out the concept that of latest Zealand's empire, the participants take new instructions in either historiographical and empirical research.

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