Colonialism, Slavery and Empire

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Colonialism, Slavery and Empire
1 Studied as defunct historic episodes
1.1 predicates of modern liberal world order
1.1.1 'series of successive reigmes of un-freedom" (Dirks:1990:30)
1.1.1.1 Domination through slave then wage labour, intellectual appropriation and a power over knowledge forms.
1.1.1.1.1 C.W.O inherently unequal?
2 Introduction
3 Economic
3.1 Shift in Mode of subsistence
3.1.1 Capitalism x Europe!
3.1.1.1 "Where capitalism accumulated, it was as a process and consequence of colonialism" (Mignolo, 2007:453)
3.1.1.1.1 New World Encounters: Redwood and rubber
3.1.1.1.1.1 "the universal rights [...] promised by he American and French revolutions tacitly excluded among others, slaves, the poor and women (2009: 316 - C)
4 Social
4.1 'For liberal reformers the modern empire had to be decisivley severed from older, more extractive and oppressive forms of conquest' (M, 2010: 11)
4.2 Conflicting pasts had to be rationalised: Describe human prgress.
4.2.1 'agent of the civilising process' (M 2007:11)
4.2.1.1 incapable of self governing
4.2.1.1.1 Legitimate tool of moral and material prgress
4.2.1.1.1.1 Imperial alibi to justify domination
5 Political
5.1 Racialised power plays and conception of the military mission as a moralising project
5.1.1 Interventionist measures: perversion of the liberal ethos
5.1.1.1 sustained by a fear of 'un-freedom' war and violence unanimously depicted as global exportations of liberal democracy to 'ungovernable' nations.
5.1.1.1.1 Monopolisation over knowledge forms.
5.1.1.1.1.1 HAITI
5.1.1.1.1.2 Escobar: global coloniality, heigtened marginalisation, spression of knowledge and cultures of subaltern groups (2009, Vas)
6 CONCLUSON
6.1 Constitutive effects of slavery, colonialism, empire on liberal world
6.1.1 Freedom is constituted by the un-freedom of others' Colley, cited in Bhambra, 2007: 19
6.1.1.1 Knowledge production: Social Sciences, History, Economics
6.1.1.1.1 REPRODUCTION of colonial logi: resource and intellectual appropriation
6.1.1.1.2 GOVE
6.2 Benjamin: economy of oblivion that hides the colonial wound
6.2.1 Recover past from colonial vacuum: multiple histories
7 Violence; displacement of persons
7.1 Slavery
7.1.1 Liberalism that could overlook this

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