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    No Critique of European Colonization in The Tempest Since the 1960s, several critics have found a critique of colonialism in their respective readings of Shakespeare's The Tempest. The most radical of these analyses takes Prospero to be a European invader of the magical but primitive land that he comes to rule, using his superior knowledge to enslave its original inhabitants, most notably Caliban, and forcing them to do his bidding. While the textual clues concerning the geographic location

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    expansion into the European exploration and colonization of North America. Many Europeans sought to change their lives in the new world. Here, they could start new life, and live free of the religious persecution occurring in Europe. The British were one of the main Europeans groups whom settled and colonized North America. The British and Native tribes had a very unique relationship that was at times civil and mutually beneficial but often, there were times where the British colonization had many negative

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    The Role of Disease in European Exploration and Colonization Human mobility, in terms of European transcontinental exploration and colonization, began to truly flourish after the 1400s. This travel, inspired by financial motives and justified by religious goals, resulted in the European dominance and decimation of countless cultures in both the Americas and Eurasia. While at first glance it seems as though this dominance was achieved through mainly military means - European militias, like Spanish

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    Effects of Colonisation on North American Indians Since the Europeans set foot on North American soil in 1620,they have had a devastating effect on the native population. I will be discussing the long term effect of North American colonisation on the Native Americans, focusing on such issues as employment opportunities, the environment, culture and traditions, health, as well as social justice. I will begin with the important issue of employment opportunities. The unemployment rate for

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    Europeans believed that it was god who led them conquer the new world. They also believed that the were superior to both the Native Americans and Africans. Although Europeans believed that their superiority and God’s approbation led them to conquer and colonize the Americas the three factors that explain why Europeans dominated the New world are Environmental differences, Europe's capitalist orientation, and European technological superiority. Environmental differences played a huge role in leading

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    Madagascar was one of the many countries of affected by European colonization in the late 19th century into the early 20th century. The country of Madagascar is located east of the continent of Africa, although it is included as a country. To be more specific, it was east of the country of Mozambique. Below I have provided a map of present day Africa to allow a better understanding of the country’s geographic location. Like a majority of the countries in Africa, the Berlin Conference of 1884-85 would

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    dirty). These stereotypes are White lies. The cleanliness of a residence has very little to do with whether it is a ghetto or not. Also, Prospero's stereotypical response puts the blame on Blacks for problems that were ultimately created by European colonization and the subsequent employment of Africans as slaves. Furthermore, it can he argued that Whites are the lazy race because they are the ones who initiated African slave labor. Another stereotype that Whites often impose on Blacks has to do with

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    plays a key role in understanding the significance of Conrad's complex work. Joseph Conrad began work on Heart of Darkness in 1898 and completed it the following year in 1899. During this time the impressionist movement was in full swing, European colonization was at its peak, racial tensions were rapidly increasing, and man was confronted with the fall of the traditional view that held man as the eminent ruler the world. Each of these issues significantly influenced Joseph Conrad's writing of the

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    finest work, on the eve of European colonization of the New World in 1611 (Hollander and Kermode 445-46). As a result, common European ideas about the New World in the early 1600s are alluded to throughout the play (446). Through the propagandistic writings of explorers like Captain John Smith, who authored a sensational and unsubstantiated account of his dramatic rescue from death at the hands of Indians by the Indian chiefís beautiful daughter, Pocahontas, many Europeans developed an interest in

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    Speke’s story?  What role does Africa play in Rafelson’s film?  The answers to these questions should help determine whether Rafelson’s film is a re-inscription of the colonial master narrative, or whether it is a post-colonial critique of European colonization. Mountains of the Moon sets out to recreate the adventures of Richard Burton (Patrick Bergin) and John Hanning Speke (Iain Glen).  The plot of the film focuses on Burton and Speke’s relationship, and their journey to discover the source

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