The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History articles

Volume 44 (2)

Neurasthenia at Mengo Hospital, Uganda: A case study in psychiatry and a diagnosis, 1906–50
vol. 44 (2): 241-262
Begging Letters: Tin Trunk Literacy and the Empathy Economy of Tristan da Cunha, c. 1909–39
vol. 44 (2): 263-287
‘Why Disgrace the Commonwealth?’ Ceylonese Communalism, the Search for Global Influence and the Politics of a Transnational Organisation, 1948–65
vol. 44 (2): 288-305
Beyond the ‘Trauma of Decolonisation’: Dutch Cultural Diplomacy during the West New Guinea Question (1950–62)
vol. 44 (2): 306-327
Britain's Decision to Withdraw from the Persian Gulf: A Pattern Not a Puzzle
vol. 44 (2): 328-351
The Clanking of Medieval Chains: Extra-Judicial Banishment in the British Empire
vol. 44 (2): 352-371

Volume 44 (1)

Discipline, Self-discipline and Legacy: Military and Regimental Savings Banks in India
vol. 44 (1): 1-22
Colonising Italians: Italian Imperialism and Agricultural ‘Colonies’ in Australia, 1881–1914
vol. 44 (1): 23-47
The Partisan Nature of Race and Imperialism: Dadabhai Naoroji, M. M. Bhownaggree and the Late Nineteenth-Century British Politics of Indian Nationalism
vol. 44 (1): 48-69
The ‘Other’ on the Other Side of the Ditch? The Conception of New Zealand's Disassociation from Australia
vol. 44 (1): 70-94
‘A Bed of Procrustes’: The Aden Protectorate and the Forward Policy 1934–44
vol. 44 (1): 95-120
‘Masters in Their Own House’: Britain, the Dominions and the 1946 Ex-Service Free Passage Scheme
vol. 44 (1): 121-139
‘Shrouded in Some Mystery’: The Governor General's Invitation and the 1983 Grenada Intervention
vol. 44 (1): 140-162
The Semantics of Corruption: Political Science Perspectives on Imperial and Post-Imperial Methods of State-Building
vol. 44 (1): 163-194

Volume 43 (5)

Editorial Board
vol. 43 (5): 0-0
Caught between Realities: The American Revolution, the Continental Congress and Political Turmoil in the Bahama Islands
vol. 43 (5): 747-769
His Majesty's Agents: The British Consul at Tripoli, 1795–1832
vol. 43 (5): 770-786
‘The Laws of his Own Country’: Defamation, Banishment and the Problem of Legal Pluralism in the 1820s Cape Colony
vol. 43 (5): 787-806
Orientalism at Work? Dundee's Response to Competition from Calcutta, circa 1870–1914
vol. 43 (5): 807-830
The Scramble for East Africa: British Motives Reconsidered, 1884–95
vol. 43 (5): 831-860
‘A book is a book, all the world over’: New Zealand and the Colonial Writing World 1890–1945
vol. 43 (5): 861-881
A British Strike in an African Port: The Mercantile Marine and Dominion Politics in Durban, 1925
vol. 43 (5): 882-902
The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan and the Shaping of National Identities in the Second World War
vol. 43 (5): 903-926

Volume 43 (4)

Hostages on the Indo-Afghan Border in the Later Nineteenth Century
vol. 43 (4): 557-569
Command of the Army, Charles Gwynn and Imperial Policing: The British Doctrinal Approach to Internal Security in Palestine 1919–29
vol. 43 (4): 570-589
Terror in Galilee: British-Jewish Collaboration and the Special Night Squads in Palestine during the Arab Revolt, 1938–39
vol. 43 (4): 590-610
Detention, Deportation and Resettlement: British Counterinsurgency and Malaya's Rural Chinese, 1948–60
vol. 43 (4): 611-640
Legacies of Empire: State Violence and Collective Punishment in Kenya's North Eastern Province, c. 1963­–Present
vol. 43 (4): 641-657
Counter-Insurgency against ‘Kith and Kin’? The British Army in Northern Ireland, 1970–76
vol. 43 (4): 658-677
The Use of Camps in Colonial Warfare
vol. 43 (4): 678-698
British Press Control in Palestine during the Arab Revolt, 1936—39
vol. 43 (4): 699-720
Intelligence and the Origins of the British Middle East
vol. 43 (4): 721-743
Notes on Contributors
vol. 43 (4): 744-745

Volume 43 (3)

The Influence of ‘Benthamite’ Philosophies on British Colonial Policy on New Zealand in the Era of the Treaty of Waitangi
vol. 43 (3): 367-386
Peasant Settlers and the ‘Civilising Mission’ in Russian Turkestan, 1865–1917
vol. 43 (3): 387-417
Wesleyan Methodists, Humanitarianism and the Zulu Question, 1878–87
vol. 43 (3): 418-437
The Trans-Saharan Railway and the Politics of Imperial Expansion, 1890–1900
vol. 43 (3): 438-462
The Long Goodbye: British Agency in the Creation of Navies for India and Pakistan
vol. 43 (3): 463-488
Beyond Talwar: A Cultural Reappraisal of the 1946 Royal Indian Navy Mutiny
vol. 43 (3): 489-508
‘Playing the Russian Game’: Black Radicalism, the Press, and Colonial Office Attempts to Control Anti-Colonialism in the Early Cold War, 1946–50
vol. 43 (3): 509-534