Enemies of empire
New perspectives on imperialism, literature and history
Eóin Flannery & Angus Mitchell, editors
Enemies of empire addresses a conspicuous gap in the current literature on colonial and postcolonial literary, theoretical and historical studies and introduces new perspectives on the qualitative nature of empire. Themes examined include Irish literature, African history, Cold War politics, circuits of knowledge, religious history, Indian hunger-strikes, early 20th-century humanitarianism, globalization and subaltern studies.
Eóin Flannery has published widely on Irish literature and postcolonial studies and is currently a lecturer in English at Oxford Brookes University. Angus Mitchell has published widely on the human rights work of Roger Casement in the Atlantic world and currently lectures in the department of History, University of Limerick.