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This module will make use of a vast array of different types of sources, both primary material, literary accounts and visual representations, to examine how race and the construction of `otherness¿ underpinned the use of force during a century of imperialism.
Students thus gain an appreciation of the culture and attitudes of societies other than our own, and develop professional and informed attitudes.
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Credits: 15.0 Contact: Dr Mark Condos Overlap: None Prerequisite: None This module examines how local populations resisting colonial rule within the British and other European empires were constructed as `uncivilized¿, `savage¿ and `fanatical¿, in order to legitimize the application of various forms of suppression.
The module thus provides a thematic introduction to a number of key conflicts during the period between the 1850s and the 1950s, in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, when the brutality that was very much part of the imperialist project was brought to light.
Methods of approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) are increasingly used for analysis of complex models.
We build on this here, introducing an ABC SMC method that uses data-based adaptive weights.