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Author Blanchard, Emmanuel editor Editor.

Title Policing in Colonial Empires Cases, Connections, Boundaries (ca. 1850–1970) Emmanuel Blanchard, Marieke Bloembergen, Amandine Lauro [electronic resource]

Published Brussels P.I.E-Peter Lang S.A., Éditions Scientifiques Internationales 201702

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Edition 1st, New ed.
Physical description 253 p.
Series Outre-Mers 6
Contents Contents: Emmanuel Blanchard, Marieke Bloembergen & Amandine Lauro: Tensions of Policing in Colonial Situations – Benoît Henriet: Ordering the Wetlands. Police and Legitimate Violence in the Leverville Concession – Mark Doyle: The Perils of Impartiality: Policing Communal Violence in Victorian India, 1858–1900 – Martin Thomas: Coolies, Communists and Capital: Policing the Rubber Crash in Malaya and Indochina – Melissa Anderson: Race, Violence, and White Crime: the Limits of Assimilationism in the Saigon Colonial Police – Valentin Chémery: Policing and the Problem of Crime within Local Communities in Colonial Algeria, ca. 1850–1890–Sandra Araújo: Shaping an Empire of Predictions: the Mozambique Information Centralization and Coordination Services (1961–1974) – Robert Whitaker: From Cooperation to Neocolonialism: Colonial Police and International Policing, 1920–1960 – Søren Rud: Policing and Governance in Greenland. Rationalities of Police and Colonial Rule 1860–1953 – Sinae Hyun: Missionaries of Royalist Nationalism: Transformations of the Thai Border Patrol Police during the Cold War.
Summary Colonial security strategies and the postcolonial vestiges they left both in the global South and in former metropoles have recently attracted renewed academic attention. Policing in Colonial Empires is a collection of essays reflecting current, ongoing research and exploring the multifaceted dynamics of policing in colonial societies over the past two centuries. Spanning several continents and colonial contexts (some of them liminal or little-explored), the book examines the limits and legitimacies of the functioning of colonial policing. Addressing issues such as collaboration, coercion, violence, race, and intelligence, the collected works ask what exactly was colonial about colonial policing. Together, the contributors point out the complex nature of colonial law and order maintenance, and provide insights on histories that might reflect the legacies of its many variants.
History notes Emmanuel Blanchard is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye. He is also a Researcher at the Center for Sociological Research on Law and Criminal Justice Institutions (CESDIP, UMR 8183, CNRS and French Ministry of Justice). His research focuses on the history of immigration and colonial policing in France and colonial North Africa. Marieke Bloembergen is a Senior Researcher at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies in Leiden (KITLV). Her research interests include the political dynamics of knowledge production, and biographies, histories and memories of (post-)colonial policing in (post-)colonial Indonesia in a widening, inter-Asian and global context. Amandine Lauro is a Research Associate at the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (F.R.S.-FNRS) at the Université libre de Bruxelles. Her research focuses on gender, race and urban policing in colonial Equatorial Africa.
Other author Bloembergen, Marieke editor Editor.
Lauro, Amandine editor Editor.
ISBN 9782807600652
Standard Number 9782807600652
10.3726/b10589
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