Savage Worlds
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1. The savagery of empire - Matthew P. Fitzpatrick and Peter Monteath
2. 'No alternative to extermination': Germans and their 'savages' in Southern Brazil at the turn of the nineteenth century - Stefan Rinke
3. 'Far better than their reputation': the Tolai of East New Britain in the writings of Otto Finsch - Hilary Howes
4. The goddess and the beast: African-German encounters - Eva Bischoff
5. Wine into wineskins: the Neuendettelsau missionaries' encounter with language and myth in New Guinea - Daniel Midena
6. Signs of the savage in the skull? German investigations of Australian Aboriginal skeletal remains, c. 1860 - Antje Kuhnast
7. 'Scientific tourism': colonialism in the photographs and letters of the young cosmopolitan Carl Heinrich Becker, 1900-02 - Ulf Morgenstern
8. Through a German lens: the Australian Aborigines and the question of difference - Judith Wilson
9. The savagery of America? Nineteenth-century German literature and indigenous representations - Nicole Perry
10. Incompetent masters, indolent natives, savage origins: the Philippines and its inhabitants in the travel accounts of Carl Semper (1869) and Fedor Jagor (1873) - Hidde van der Wall
11. Social Democrats and Germany's war in South-West Africa, 1904-07: the view of the socialist press - Andrew G. Bonnell
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About the Author

Matthew P Fitzpatrick is Associate Professor of International History at Flinders University, Adelaide

Peter Monteath is Professor of History at Flinders University, Adelaide

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