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    London : Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art | New Haven : Yale University Press
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    gbv_1830641816
    Format: VII, 246 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9781913107390
    Content: This pioneering book explores how art shaped the nationalisation of the East India Company between the loss of its primary monopoly in 1813 and its ultimate liquidation in 1858. Challenging the idea that parliament drove political reform, it argues instead that the Company's political legitimacy was destabilised by novel modes of artistic production in colonial India. New artistic forms and practices-the result of new technologies like lithography and steam navigation, middle-class print formats like the periodical, the scrapbook and the literary annual, as well as the prevalence of amateur sketching among Company employees-reconfigured the colonial regime's racial boundaries and techniques of governance. They flourished within transimperial networks, integrating middle-class societies with new political convictions and moral disciplines, and thereby eroding the aristocratic corporate cultures that had previously structured colonial authority in India
    Language: English
    Subjects: Art History
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    Keywords: Großbritannien ; Indien ; Kolonie ; Kolonialismus ; Kunst ; Kulturaustausch ; Geschichte 1813-1858 ; Kunstproduktion ; Politische Reform ; Sozialer Wandel
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