A Very Brief Introduction to the British Empire Podcast

Episode 7: First World War

July 03, 2020 Uncomfortable Oxford
A Very Brief Introduction to the British Empire Podcast
Episode 7: First World War
Chapters
00:00:00
Introduction
00:02:02
The Imperial War
00:02:57
Remembering WWI
00:05:46
New Imperial Entities
00:08:00
The Theatres of War
00:12:07
Processes and Conflicts of Empire
00:13:34
How It All Started?
00:17:32
Did It Even End at All?
00:19:04
What did the Empire want to achieve?
00:20:42
Tokenistic Narratives
00:24:05
Brighton's Royal Pavillion
00:25:34
Anticolonial Rebellion
00:29:52
Chilembwe Uprising
00:36:01
White Commonwealth
00:40:23
Propaganda Poster
00:42:48
Canadian Parliament
00:47:43
Cultural Imperialism
00:48:58
Conclusion
A Very Brief Introduction to the British Empire Podcast
Episode 7: First World War
Jul 03, 2020
Uncomfortable Oxford

We conclude our second module of the lecture series with a detailed overview of British Imperialism during the First World War.

Historian Dr Jack Doyle takes you through the history of anti-colonial rebellion, white nationhood, and 20th-century imperialism.

The content for this episode is based on a lecture live-streamed on our Facebook page on July 2nd. The information is aimed at a non-specialist audience who is interested in learning more about the legacies of the British Empire.

This podcast is run by Uncomfortable Oxford and features bi-weekly releases of our public lecture series on the history of the British Empire. Uncomfortable Oxford is run by Doctoral students at the University of Oxford and aims to raise awareness and discourse about 'uncomfortable' issues in the modern world.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

We conclude our second module of the lecture series with a detailed overview of British Imperialism during the First World War.

Historian Dr Jack Doyle takes you through the history of anti-colonial rebellion, white nationhood, and 20th-century imperialism.

The content for this episode is based on a lecture live-streamed on our Facebook page on July 2nd. The information is aimed at a non-specialist audience who is interested in learning more about the legacies of the British Empire.

This podcast is run by Uncomfortable Oxford and features bi-weekly releases of our public lecture series on the history of the British Empire. Uncomfortable Oxford is run by Doctoral students at the University of Oxford and aims to raise awareness and discourse about 'uncomfortable' issues in the modern world.

Introduction
The Imperial War
Remembering WWI
New Imperial Entities
The Theatres of War
Processes and Conflicts of Empire
How It All Started?
Did It Even End at All?
What did the Empire want to achieve?
Tokenistic Narratives
Brighton's Royal Pavillion
Anticolonial Rebellion
Chilembwe Uprising
White Commonwealth
Propaganda Poster
Canadian Parliament
Cultural Imperialism
Conclusion