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    Colonialism as civilizing mission : cultural ideology in British India

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    London : Anthem Press
    2004
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    Titre: Colonialism as civilizing mission : cultural ideology in British India / ed. by Harald Fischer-Tiné and Michael Mann
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Editeur: London : Anthem Press
    Date: 2004
    Collation: VI, 361 p. ; 24 cm
    Collection: Anthem South Asian studies
    Documents dans cette collection: Anthem South Asian studies
    Sujet RERO: Culture - Idéologie - 18e siècle (fin)-1914 - Colonialisme (idée politique) - Grande-Bretagne - Inde
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Identifiant: 1843310910 (hbk) (ISBN); 1843310929 (pbk) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb40062353m (URN)
    No RERO: R003615063
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R003615063/html

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    Pidgin-Knowledge : Wissen und Kolonialismus

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Zürich ; Berlin : Diaphanes
    2013
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    Titre: Pidgin-Knowledge : Wissen und Kolonialismus / Harald Fischer-Tiné
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Editeur: Zürich ; Berlin : Diaphanes
    Date: 2013
    Collation: 100 S. : Abb. ; 17 cm
    Collection: Perspektiven der Wissensgeschichte
    Documents dans cette collection: Perspektiven der Wissensgeschichte
    Sujet RERO: Médecine - Colonisation - Ayurveda - Histoire - Vie intellectuelle - Inde
    Note: Literaturverz.: S. 81-100
    Identifiant: 9783037343777 (brosch.) : CHF 25 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007494049
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007494049/html

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    Empires and boundaries : rethinking race, class, and gender in colonial settings

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    New York ; London : Routledge
    2009
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    Titre: Empires and boundaries : rethinking race, class, and gender in colonial settings / edited by Harald Fischer-Tiné, Susanne Gehrmann
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Edition: 1st published.
    Editeur: New York ; London : Routledge
    Date: 2009
    Collation: x, 243 p. : il.
    Collection: Routledge studies in cultural history ; 9
    Documents dans cette collection: Routledge studies in cultural history
    Sujet RERO: Impérialisme - Histoire - Colonies - Classes sociales - Frontières
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Note: Índice
    Identifiant: 0203890655 (ebook) (ISBN); 0415962390 (tela) (ISBN); 9780203890653 (ebook) (ISBN); 9780415962391 (tela) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007277406
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007277406/html

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    Low and licentious Europeans : race, class and "white subalternity" in colonial India

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    New Delhi : Orient BlackSwan
    2009
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    Titre: Low and licentious Europeans : race, class and "white subalternity" in colonial India / Harald Fischer-Tiné
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Editeur: New Delhi : Orient BlackSwan
    Date: 2009
    Collation: xiv, 437 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
    Collection: New perspectives in South Asian history ; 30
    Documents dans cette collection: New Perspectives in South Asian History
    Sujet RERO: Européens - Blancs - Pauvreté - Histoire - Inde
    Sujet LCSH: Europeans -- India -- History - Poor whites -- India -- History - India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947
    Note: Bibliogr.: p. 390-434 - Postdoctoral thesis
    Identifiant: 9788125037019 (cloth) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007223921
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007223921/html

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    Colonial Switzerland : rethinking colonialism from the margins

    Purtschert, Patricia, 1973-, Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan
    2015
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    Titre: Colonial Switzerland : rethinking colonialism from the margins / edited by Patricia Purtschert and Harald Fischer-Tiné
    Auteur: Purtschert, Patricia, 1973-; Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Editeur: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan
    Date: 2015
    Collation: xi, 323 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
    Collection: Cambridge imperial and post-colonial studies series
    Documents dans cette collection: Cambridge imperial and post-colonial studies series
    Sujet RERO: Colonialisme (idée politique) - Postcolonialisme - Transnationalisme - 19e siècle-20e siècle - Suisse
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: Part I. Colonialism and Science. 1. On the Tropical Origins of the Alps: Science and the Colonial Imagination of Switzerland, 1700-1900 / Bernhard C. Schär. 2. Race in the Making: Colonial Encounters, Body Measurements and the Global Dimensions of Swiss Racial Science, 1900-1950 / Pascal Germann. 3. The Other's Colony: Switzerland and the Discovery of Côte d'Ivoire / Lukas Meier. Part II. (Post)colonial Economies. 4. Patriotic Bonds and the Danger of Estrangement: Swiss Networks in Colonial Southeast Asia (1850-1930) / Andreas Zangger. 5. 'Wonderland' Peru: Migration and the Making of an Andean Switzerland / Angela Sanders. 6. Bollywood, Chicken Curry - and IT: The Public Spectacle of the Indian Exotic, and Postcolonial Anxieties in Switzerland / Rohit Jain. Part III. (Post)colonial Self-Representations. 7. Becoming Imperial: A Swiss Woman's Shifting Identity in British Southern Africa / Ruramisai Charumbira. 8. From 'Native' Alpine Guides to Foreign 'Sahibs' in the Himalayas: Swiss Identity Formation at the Moment of Decolonization / Patricia Purtschert. 9. Overburdened White Men (and Women): Ruptured Self-Images of Young Swiss in the 'Third World' (1950s to 1970s) / Patricia Hongler and Marina Lienhard.Part IV. (Post)colonial Politics and Counter-Politics. 10. The Other Side of Internationalism: Switzerland as Hub of Militant Anti-Colonialism (c. 1910-1920) / Harald Fischer-Tiné. 11. 'The Chinaman of old cannot be compared to the Chinaman of today': Official Views of China and the Construction of Colonial Knowledge in Interwar Switzerland / Ariane Knüsel. 12. Glimpses into the Hearts of Whiteness: Institutions of Intimacy and the Desirable National / Anne Lavanchy. Colonial Complicities and Hidden Imperial Entanglements: An Afterword / Shalini Randeria.
    Description: 4e de couv.: A turn towards the colonial margin' can be observed lately within colonial and postcolonial studies. It has been argued that states without former colonies and their inhabitants shared colonial discourses and were intensely involved in colonial practices. This anthology looks at Switzerland, which constitutes a perfect case in point for a host of reasons: its strong economic involvement with imperial projects of other European countries, its transnationally entangled scientific community, its doctrine of neutrality, which, among other things, made the country attractive as operational base for anti-colonial activists, the significance of Swiss Christian missions as well of the secular development aid sector thereafter, and, last but not least, a palpable, though often denied racist discourse in contemporary public debates. This collection brings together the most exciting and challenging products of recent scholarship on colonial and postcolonial Switzerland and makes them available in English for the first time
    Note: Bibliogr. Index
    Identifiant: 9781137442734 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb44364848z (URN)
    No RERO: R008105095
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008105095/html

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    The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War : Delhi - Bandung - Belgrade

    Boškovska, Nada, Fischer-Tiné, Harald, Mišković, Nataša
    London ; New York, NY : Routledge
    2014
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    Titre: The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War : Delhi - Bandung - Belgrade / ed. by Nataša Mišković, Harald Fischer-Tiné and Nada Boškovska
    Auteur: Boškovska, Nada; Fischer-Tiné, Harald; Mišković, Nataša
    Editeur: London ; New York, NY : Routledge
    Date: 2014
    Collation: xvii, 232 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
    Collection: Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia ; 96
    Documents dans cette collection: Routledge studies in the modern history of Asia
    Sujet RERO: Neutralisme - Guerre froide - Relations internationales - 20e siècle
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Sujet LCSH: Cold War -- Political aspects - Nonalignment -- History -- 20th century - World politics -- 1945-1989 - Non-Aligned Movement
    Contient: The ea of non-alignment / Dietmar Rothermund -- International events, national policy : the 1930s in India as formative period for non-alignment / Maria Framke -- "The Asiatic hour" : new perspectives on the Asian Relations Conference, New Delhi 1947 / Carolien Stolte -- Prolegomena to non-alignment : race and the international system / Itty Abraham -- The non-aligned : apart from and still within the Cold War / Lorenz Lüthi -- Between idealism and pragmatism : Tito, Nehru and the Hungarian Crisis 1956 / Nataša Mišković -- The non-aligned and the German question / Amit Das Gupta -- "Fighting colonialism" versus "Non-Alignment" : two Arab points of view on the Bandung Conference / Matthieu Rey -- Between great powers and third world neutralists : Yugoslavia and the Belgrade Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement 1961 / Jovan Cavoški -- "To grab the headlines in the world press" : non-aligned summits as media events / Jürgen Dinkel
    Description: "The idea of non-alignment and peaceful coexistence was not new when Yugoslavia hosted the Belgrade Summit of the Non-Aligned in September 1961. Freedom activists from the colonies in Asia, Africa, and South America had been discussing such issues for decades already, but this long-lasting context is usually forgotten in political and historical assessments of the Non-Aligned Movement. This book puts the Non-Aligned Movement into its wider historical context and sheds light on the long-term connections and entanglements of the Afro-Asian world. It assembles scholars from differing fields of research, such as Asian Studies, Eastern European and Southeast European History, Cold War Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and International Relations. In doing so, this volume looks back to the ideological beginnings of the concept of peaceful coexistence at the time of the anticolonial movements, and at the multi-faceted challenges of foreign policy the former freedom fighters faced when they established their own decolonized states. It analyses the crucial role Yugoslav president Tito played in his determination to keep his country out of the blocs, and finally examines the main achievement of the Non-Aligned Movement: to give subordinate states of formerly subaltern peoples a voice in the international system.An innovative look at the Non-Aligned Movement with a strong historical component, the book will be of great interest to academics working in the field of International Affairs, international history of the 20th century, the Cold War, Race Relations as well as scholars interested in Asian, African and Eastern European history" -
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Identifiant: 9780415742634 (hardback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007731501
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007731501/html

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    Aparna Vaidik. Imperial Andamans: Colonial Encounter and Island History

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    The American Historical Review. - 2013/118/4/1169-1170
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    Titre: Aparna Vaidik. Imperial Andamans: Colonial Encounter and Island History
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Publication en relation: The American Historical Review. - 2013/118/4/1169-1170
    Document hôte: The American Historical Review
    Identifiant: 10.1093/ahr/118.4.1169 (DOI)

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    Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905-1940)

    Stolte, Carolien
    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Comparative Studies in Society and History. - 2012/54/1/65-92
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    Titre: Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905-1940)
    Auteur: Stolte, Carolien
    Contributeur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Description: Asianisms, that is, discourses and ideologies claiming that Asia can be defined and understood as a homogenous space with shared and clearly defined characteristics, have become the subject of increased scholarly attention over the last two decades. The focal points of interest, however, are generally East Asian varieties of regionalism. That "the cult of Asianism” has played an important role on the Indian subcontinent, too—as is evident from the quote above—is less understood. Aside from two descriptive monographs dating back to the 1970s, there has been relatively little scholarly engagement with this phenomenon. In this article, we would like to offer an overview of several distinct concepts of Asia and pan-Asian designs, which featured prominently in both political and civil society debates in India during the struggle for Independence. Considering the abundance of initiatives for Asian unification, and, in a more abstract sense, discourses on Asian identity, what follows here is necessarily a selection of discourses, three of which will be subjected to critical analysis, with the following questions in mind: •What were the concrete motives of regional—in this case Indian—actors to appropriate the concept of Asianism? Is the popularity of supranational frames of reference solely to be explained as an affirmation of a distinctive identity vis-à-vis the imagined powerful West, or are there other motives to be found?•What were the results of these processes of appropriation, and how were these manifested politically and culturally?•What tensions resulted from the simultaneous existence of various nationalisms in Asia on the one hand and macro-nationalistic pan-Asianism on the other?
    Publication en relation: Comparative Studies in Society and History. - 2012/54/1/65-92
    Document hôte: Comparative Studies in Society and History
    Identifiant: 10.1017/S0010417511000594 (DOI)

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    Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905–1940)

    Stolte, Carolien, Fischer-tiné, Harald
    Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2012, Vol.54(1), pp.65-92 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905–1940)
    Auteur: Stolte, Carolien; Fischer-tiné, Harald
    Echelle: 2012
    Collection: 20120105
    Sujet: Nationalism ; Identity ; Independence ; Civil Society ; Regionalism ; Internationalism ; Ideology ; 20th Century ; Asian Studies ; Sociology ; Anthropology;
    Description: Asianisms, that is, discourses and ideologies claiming that Asia can be defined and understood as a homogenous space with shared and clearly defined characteristics, have become the subject of increased scholarly attention over the last two decades. The focal points of interest, however, are generally East Asian varieties of regionalism. That “the cult of Asianism” has played an important role on the Indian subcontinent, too—as is evident from the quote above—is less understood. Aside from two descriptive monographs dating back to the 1970s, there has been relatively little scholarly engagement with this phenomenon. In this article, we would like to offer an overview of several distinct concepts of Asia and pan-Asian designs, which featured prominently in both political and civil society debates in India during the struggle for Independence. Considering the abundance of initiatives for Asian unification, and, in a more abstract sense, discourses on Asian identity, what follows here is necessarily a selection of discourses, three of which will be subjected to critical analysis, with the following questions in mind: • What were the concrete motives of regional—in this case Indian—actors to appropriate the concept of Asianism? Is the popularity of supranational frames of reference solely to be explained as an affirmation of a distinctive identity vis-à-vis the imagined powerful West, or are there other motives to be found? • What were the results of these processes of appropriation, and how were these manifested politically and culturally? • What tensions resulted from the simultaneous existence of various nationalisms in Asia on the one hand and macro-nationalistic pan-Asianism on the other?
    Précédemment: 20122012010105
    Fait partie de: Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2012, Vol.54(1), pp.65-92
    Classement: 201201
    Identifiant: 0010-4175 (ISSN); 1475-2999 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0010417511000594 (DOI)

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    Eradicating the 'Scourge of Drink' and the 'Un-pardonable Sin of Illegitimate Sexual Enjoyment': M.K. Gandhi as Anti-Vice Crusader

    Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung, 2017
    Research Collection (ETH Zurich)
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    Titre: Eradicating the 'Scourge of Drink' and the 'Un-pardonable Sin of Illegitimate Sexual Enjoyment': M.K. Gandhi as Anti-Vice Crusader
    Auteur: Fischer-Tiné, Harald
    Description: This essay highlights an oft‐neglected facet of M.K. Gandhi’s political work by scrutinizing the anti‐colonial icon’s extended engagement in campaigns against alcohol, narcotics, prostitution and a number of other ‘vices’ between 1906 and 1948. It argues that, while the Mahatma’s anti‐vice crusades definitely were part and parcel of his vision of ‘inner swaraj’ (or: self‐control) as a necessary precondition for national independence, they cannot be understood by situating them merely in narrow national or colonial contexts. As is demonstrated, Gandhi was constantly drawing on (and simultaneously contributing to) the ideological and methodological repertoire of a flourishing transnational, indeed, global, network of temperance and purity activists that had been in the building since the midnineteenth century and cut across a wide political, social and religious spectrum. Hence, a close analysis of Gandhi’s fight against intoxication and debauchery on the Indian subcontinent does not only shed new light on the formation of Indian massnationalism in early 20th century, it also enhances our knowledge of one of the first world‐spanning ‘advocacy groups’.
    Fait partie de: Interdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für Südasienforschung, 2017
    Identifiant: 10.3929/ethz-b-000173159 (DOI)