CFP – Monarchy in the Age of Empire, 1793-1914, Flinders University

22 July 2019-24 July 2019, Flinders University, Adelaide

This conference seeks to examine how non-European monarchs and paramount leaders responded to (and in part shaped) European imperialism. It looks to map how the sovereignty of non-European kings, emperors, sultans, emirs, elders and ‘tribal’ chieftains complicated, challenged and accommodated the claims to rule of the European powers. It also attempts to understand the symbolic and political role of European monarchs in dealing with extra-European, subject monarchs.

Proposals are due 30 January 2019.

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