Staatsangehörigkeit und Rassismus Rechtsdiskurse und Verwaltungspraxis in den Kolonien Eritrea und Deutsch-Ostafrika (1882 – 1919) / Nicola Camilleri.

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Camilleri, Nicola, 1984- [Browse]
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Book
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German
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Frankfurt am Main Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory 2021
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1 Online Resource (1 Online-Ressource XIV, 297 Seiten) Karten

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Global perspectives on legal history ; volume 19
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When Italy and Germany joined the ‘scramble for Africa’ and established colonies on the continent in the late 19th century, they, like other imperial powers before them, had to deal with the question of how to define the legal status of the inhabitants of these territories. This book takes Eritrea and German East Africa as case studies to comparatively analyze norms and practices of citizenship. It focuses on racism and other elements that influenced colonial governmentality.
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Dissertation eingereicht unter dem Titel: "Koloniale Untertanen : die Politik der Staatsangehörigkeit im italienischen Eritrea und Deutsch-Ostafrika (1882-1919)".
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Dissertation Freie Universität Berlin 2017.
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German
ISBN
3-944773-37-3
OCLC
1303187819
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