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Eric T. Jennings ó 9 review Free read ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Eric T. Jennings Free read Đỉnh cao đế uốc ý trên đường đi của nóĐà Lạt sẽ còn uyến rũ mọi người lâu dài Dường như nó gieo niềm hoài nhớ cho ngay cả một thế hệ trẻ Việt Nam những người xem nó như một nơi chốn lãng mạn và thoát ly Cảm nhận đương đại này về nhiều mặt là sự đứt đoạn với cảm nhận thực dân Pháp về Đà Lạt như một sự thay thế cho nước Pháp một bản sao thu nhỏ của mẫu uốcTrích Lời tác giả nhân dịp ra mắt bản tiếng Vi?. Chalets nestled alongside soaring pines and cold lakes with scatterings of frolicking deer hardly tend to conjure up grandiose notions of empire but in Vietnam this is precisely where one can find a once celebrated seat of imperial power Situated in the alpine terrain and temperate climes of the Lang Bian plateau lies the city of Dalat the former capital of the Federation of Indochina during the Second World War Originally established in 1897 by the French as a sanitarium for sick colons Dalat evolved into a popular holiday locale for Europeans looking to escape the sweltering heat of Southern Vietnam Its mostly cool conducive climate allowed it to become a redoubt of familiarity for Europeans the cultivation of familiar produce and a comfortable environment for sport were very much preferred Colonists enjoyed weekend visits and reveled in a taste of home and its stature swelled with the foreign crowd in the first half of the twentieth century French administrative power in Indochina slowly accumulated in Dalat and eventually the hilly hideaway would even house the summer residences of both the government general as well as the king of Annam However as would become of the French empire throughout Southeast Asia Dalat also came to be a cauldron of contradictions and disputes between the colonizers and the colonized on several levels and is thus a symbol of the overall colonial history in this area This is the argument underpinning Imperial Heights Dalat and the Making and Undoing of French Indochina by historian Eric T Jennings This well developed monograph chronicles the creation and development of the colonial hill station while simultaneously depicting power relationships within the French colonial experience through the lenses of important themes such as labour race and politics Methodologically Jennings arranges Imperial Heights thematically into fourteen chapters which are further subdivided by convenient subheadings These along with his stylish writing makes the book accommodating for scholars of French imperialism or postcolonial studies as well as digestible enough for those with a general interest in the history of Vietnam Jennings consideration of Dalat as representative of the French Indochinese colonial project penetrates numerous aspects of life in the colonial hill station including subjects as diverse as religion climate architecture gender and leisure Early on he states emphatically that Dalat is so enigmatic in large part because it almost encapsulates the colonial era and its contested legacies and memories Throughout the work Jennings convincingly and consistently conveys this lofty notion especially within several compelling chapters Most revealing is the chapter documenting the harsh treatment of minority and Vietnamese coolies by Europeans during initial expeditions to uncover the mysterious highlands of the Lang Bian From the founding of the modern Indochinese federation to the waning days of French colonialism in the region the construction of Dalat coincided in an attempt to be something it would never entirely achieve a haven for healthy living as well as a sanctuary of European culture and sensibilities Early into the highland experiment the French learned that tropical diseases could find their way into the cooler mountain altitudes They would also discover that Dalat was not free from the divisions of race and class or the many colonial anxieties that existed elsewhere in the colony Even exceptional works are not without their flaws For one the perspectives and recollections of the Vietnamese are seldom heard while the minority peoples are reduced to the role of bystander often as the silent victim in a story about brutal and racist colonial labour practices or abuse Also garnering little than mere mention on a number of occasions in the book were the hill stations of other colonial powers most often that of Simla in British India Jennings feels the need to reference these other upland stations for comparative purposes at various junctures but he does so with practically no explanation or description of them In one section subtitled Foreign Models he dedicates most of the details to foreign designs and how they differed from Dalat That being said such minor critiues still allows for the robust thesis and substantial evidence presented in Imperial Heights to carry the day The body of historical work on the French colonial empire had routinely lagged behind other imperial historiographies until the twenty first century Jennings impressive scholarship on the topic this is his third book published focusing on French imperialism has helped to fill that void His writing is colourful and charming without being grandilouent but it is his extensive historiographical research approach that should gain the most admiration Imperial Heights is successful due in large part to comprehensive primary archival research much of which was not available to scholars outside of Vietnam until recently In fact restrictions remain on archival sources from as far back as the post World War II years but especially for those from the recent past which continues to hamper French Indochina historical scholarship today Sources that are available provide an incomplete or biased picture of the city during a period of significant conflict However Jennings does admirable work with what he does have The book also delivers firsthand accounts from individuals who grew up and went to school in Dalat The city evolved into a popular centre for education after first being imagined as a safe and healthy retreat away from the heavily populated lowlands In addition Imperial Heights displays a handful of images of artifacts such as posters and luggage tags which portray the hill station and the minority populations inhabiting the region as the French imagined them generating abundant ethnographical contemplations Today the kitschy city of Dalat draws tourists to its honeymooning hotspots and Indochic tourist traps a far cry from the dominant colonial hill station of its former glory While salubrious sentiments may have propelled the creation of Dalat in the first place and relative isolation facilitated increased French colonial influence in the mountain region over time closer historical inspection revealed it to be neither sanctuary nor stronghold More accurately it was a paradox of French colonial peculiarity in the highlands of Vietnam that took upon itself the ugly trappings of empire and in many important aspects mirrored life in the rest of the colony The Sheikh CEO pines and cold lakes with scatterings of frolicking deer hardly tend to conjure up grandiose notions of empire but in Vietnam this is Venus in the Cloister precisely where one can find a once celebrated seat of imperial JANIYE SASTE MAHANGE KA MANOVIGYAN-PART SECOND जानिए सस्ते-महंगे का मनोविज्ञान (द्वितीय भाग) power Situated in the alpine terrain and temperate climes of the Lang Bian තිත්ත තොල් 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Eric T. Jennings ó 9 review Free read ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Eric T. Jennings Free read Đỉnh cao đế uốc Côte d’Azur và đến những thị trấn đồi núi ở Hòa Lan mà lúc bấy giờ còn gọi là Hòa Ấn Netherland Indies Nói cách khác Đà Lạt hiện đại và hoàn cầu từ trong tinh chất Vậy mà nó cũng là tỉnh lẻ khu nghỉ dưỡng này nổi tiếng vì các phong cách vùng Basue Breton Norman và Provençal chẳng hạn Cuốn sách này khám phá những nguồn gốc và tiến hóa của Đà Lạt trong kỷ nguyên thuộc địa khảo sát nhiều căng thẳng và nghịch l. Always nice to read something about colonialism in depth rather than satisfying oneself with vague allusions in the form of hyperlinks you don t actually click in left and right wing editorials A much complex and intriguing history reveals itself Didn t know there was an Indochine version of Colonel Kurtz Didn t know colonialism and racism was experienced differently by highland minorities compared to Vietnamese Didn t know about the scale and intensity of Viet Minh assassinations towards the end of the colonial period or the Dalat Massacre of 1951 There s enough drama here to fill several Hollywood films perhaps if I knew French cinema better this history is not as unrepresented as I think As a politics nerd the tension and interplay between Vietnamese French and Japanese authorities during the Japanese occupation was fascinating as wellThis was also my first microhistory I dig the genre a lot It almost reads like a novel or series of short stories about a place where you get to know people and places intimately rather than those high level top down history textbooks you remember from school Jennings does a good job of not getting lost in the details though and always connects the parts to the whole demonstrating well how the processes and events in Dalat are emblematic of or influencing Vietnam as a wholeA nice read all in all Jennings writes well for an academic One star off only because it does suffer from redundancy a bit almost as though he wrote the chapters months apart forgetting points he had already made at length already just a few pages earlier Maybe it s necessary since this book is for academic not general audiences


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    [PDF/EBOOK] Đỉnh cao đế uốc Eric T. Jennings ó 9 review Free read ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Eric T. Jennings Always nice to read something about colonialism in depth rather than satisfying oneself with vague allusions in

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    Eric T. Jennings ó 9 review [PDF/EBOOK] Đỉnh cao đế uốc Chalets nestled alongside soaring pines and cold lakes with scatterings of frolicking deer hardly tend to conjure up grandiose notions of empire but in Vietnam this is precisely where one can find a once celebrated seat of imperial power Situated in the alpine terrain and temperate climes of the Lang Bian plateau lies the

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Đỉnh cao đế uốc Fascinating if a bit repetitive history of Dalat As with most history books on Vietnam everything seems to build towards the war with anything post 75 given a few pages

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Đỉnh cao đế uốc Historians often have a mastery of English making their works delightful to read Mr Jennings despite the delightful topic has managed to present a fairly pedestrian and prosaic work Given the paucity of information

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