28 Jun 2021 • 

Colonial Science in the German Empire


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Participants at Consortium activities will treat each other with respect and consideration to create a collegial, inclusive, and professional .. Read more environment that is free from any form of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. Supplementary reading: Fatima El-Tayeb, "'Blood Is a Very Special Juice': Racialized Bodies and Citizenship in Twentieth-Century Germany," International Review of Social History, Vol. Moritz von Brescius (University of Bern), "When was the Postcolonial in German History? Buitenzorg and the Transition from the Western to the Eastern Model of Colonial Agriculture, 1880s-1930s," in Ulrike Kirchberger and Brett M. Bennett, Environments of Empire. Networks and Agents of Ecological Change (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2020), 103-128. Michael B. Miller, "When East Met East: Dutch East Indies Planters and the Ukraine Project (1942–1944)," Central European History 53 (2020), 613–635. Recommended supplementary reading: Paula Findlen and Anna Toledano, "The Materials of Natural History," in Emma Spary, Helen Anne Curry, James Andrew Secord, Nicholas Jardine (eds.

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