Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange between Scholars in Britain and the Empire, 1830–1914

@inproceedings{Ellis2017CollaborationAK,
  title={Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange between Scholars in Britain and the Empire, 1830–1914},
  author={H. Ellis},
  year={2017}
}
In recent years there has been a growing interest among historians in the British Empire as a space of knowledge production and circulation. Much of this work assumes that scholarly cooperation and collaboration between individuals and institutions within the Empire had the effect (and often also the aim) of strengthening both imperial ties and the idea of empire. This chapter argues, however, that many examples of scholarly travel, exchange, and collaboration were undertaken with very… Expand
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