The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History articles

Volume 44 (6)

The Liverpool Economy during the War of American Independence, 1775–83
vol. 44 (6): 835-856
The Liverpool Economy during the War of American Independence, 1775–83
vol. 44 (6): 835-856
Colonies and Colonisation in Bulwer Lytton’s The Caxtons, A Strange Story and The Coming Race
vol. 44 (6): 857-880
Colonies and Colonisation in Bulwer Lytton’s The Caxtons, A Strange Story and The Coming Race
vol. 44 (6): 857-880
‘Britishness’, Colonial Governance and Education: St Helenian Children in Colonial Natal in the 1870s
vol. 44 (6): 881-899
‘Britishness’, Colonial Governance and Education: St Helenian Children in Colonial Natal in the 1870s
vol. 44 (6): 881-899
‘The Weary Titan Staggers under the Too Vast Orb of its Fate’. Post-Federation Australia and the Problem of Imperial Defence
vol. 44 (6): 900-927
‘The Weary Titan Staggers under the Too Vast Orb of its Fate’. Post-Federation Australia and the Problem of Imperial Defence
vol. 44 (6): 900-927
‘Constituting a Problem in Themselves’: Countering Covert Chinese Activity in India: The Life and Death of the Chinese Intelligence Section, 1944–46
vol. 44 (6): 928-951
‘Constituting a Problem in Themselves’: Countering Covert Chinese Activity in India: The Life and Death of the Chinese Intelligence Section, 1944–46
vol. 44 (6): 928-951
Imagining an Imperial Modernity: Universities and the West African Roots of Colonial Development
vol. 44 (6): 952-975
Imagining an Imperial Modernity: Universities and the West African Roots of Colonial Development
vol. 44 (6): 952-975
A Post-Imperial Cold War Paradox: The Anglo-Nigerian Defence Agreement 1958–62
vol. 44 (6): 976-1000
A Post-Imperial Cold War Paradox: The Anglo-Nigerian Defence Agreement 1958–62
vol. 44 (6): 976-1000
The ‘Migrated Archives’ and a Forgotten Corner of Empire: The British Borneo Territories
vol. 44 (6): 1001-1019
The ‘Migrated Archives’ and a Forgotten Corner of Empire: The British Borneo Territories
vol. 44 (6): 1001-1019

Volume 44 (5)

Introduction: Biographies Between Spheres of Empire
vol. 44 (5): 717-729
The English Interpreters in Dahomey, 1843–1852
vol. 44 (5): 730-751
David Meetom: Interpreting, Power and the Risks of Intermediation in the Initial Phase of German Colonial Rule in Cameroon
vol. 44 (5): 752-776
Transcending Gender Roles, Crossing Racial and Political Boundaries: Agnes Hill’s Fight for her Inheritance in German Southwest Africa
vol. 44 (5): 777-797
The Awkward Squad: Arts Graduates from British Tropical Africa Before 1940
vol. 44 (5): 798-814
‘No One Knows What He is Until He is Told’: Audience and Personhood in a Colonial African Diary
vol. 44 (5): 815-832
Notes on Contributors
vol. 44 (5): 833-834

Volume 44 (4)

The Limits of the Shanghai Bridgehead: Understanding British Intervention in the Taiping Rebellion 1860–62
vol. 44 (4): 533-550
‘To Form a Correct Estimate of their Nothingness when Compared with It’: British Exhibitions of Military Technology in the Abyssinian and Ashanti Expeditions
vol. 44 (4): 551-572
Nationalism, Britishness and the ‘Souring’ of Australian National Art
vol. 44 (4): 573-591
The Dwarf, the Goetzen and C. S. Forester’s African Queen: A Reassessment of Naval Operations in First World War Africa
vol. 44 (4): 592-621
‘Between Two Fires’: Racial Populism, Indian Resistance and the Beginnings of Satyagraha in the Transvaal, 1902–06
vol. 44 (4): 622-648
‘Cultivating the African’: Barclays DCO and the Decolonisation of Business Strategy in Kenya, 1950–78
vol. 44 (4): 649-671
Governor Sir John Field in St Helena: Democratic Reform in a Small British Colony, 1962–68
vol. 44 (4): 672-696
‘So Much to Do’: Oxford and the Wills of Cecil Rhodes
vol. 44 (4): 697-716

Volume 44 (3)

The Meaning of Things: Kipling’s Formative Journey ‘Home’ in 1889 and the Late Victorian Imperial Tour
vol. 44 (3): 373-396
Social Careers Across Imperial Spaces: An Empire Family in the Dutch-British World, 1811-1933
vol. 44 (3): 397-422
The Imperialism of Internment: Boer Prisoners of War in India and Civic Reconstruction in Southern Africa, 1899–1905
vol. 44 (3): 423-447
Khalsa: The Town with a ‘Golden Fountain’: The Rise and Fall of an Arab Town North of the Huleh Valley
vol. 44 (3): 448-469
British Imperialism and the Political Economy of Malayan Independence
vol. 44 (3): 470-491
The Commonwealth and the Oath of Allegiance Crisis: A Study in Inter-War Commonwealth Relations
vol. 44 (3): 492-512
Funeral Planning: British Involvement in the Funeral of President Jomo Kenyatta
vol. 44 (3): 513-532

Volume 44 (2)

Trials, Blunders and Profits: The Changing Contexts of Currencies in Sierra Leone
vol. 44 (2): 195-213
Monarchism, an Emerging Canadian Identity, and the 1866 British North American Trade Mission to the West Indies and Brazil
vol. 44 (2): 214-240