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n Kleio - Colonial intellectuals at the end of Empire : Manning Clark's Australia and Guy Butler's South Africa

Volume 38, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 0023-2084
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Abstract

Extracted from text ... Colonial intellectuals at the end of Empire: Manning Clark's Australia and Guy Butler's South Africa Jonathan Hyslop* It is increasingly coming to be recognised that one of the limitations of South African historiography is its insularity, although it remains uncertain how we might write South African history in a more `global' way. But one important dimension of the South Africa of the first half of the twentieth century that certainly needs to be reexamined is its position within the British Empire. In a world in which the nation state is the predominant unit, it is hard to keep in ..

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