Colonialism: An international, social, cultural, and political encyclopedia by Melvin E. Page, Penny M. Sonnenburg
Call Number: JV22 .C65 2003
More than 600 entries covering geographical concepts and entities (Angola, Johannesburg, Spanish empire, U.S. empire); ideas (Absolutism, Pacifism); events (Boxer Rebellion, Crimean War, Lewis and Clark expedition); peoples (Incas, Kurds, Puritans); and individuals (Dean Acheson, Christopher Columbus, Rudyard Kipling, V. S. Naipaul), among a slew of other topics. The documents section that comprises volume 3 includes material like the Monroe Doctrine, Ho Chi Minh's Independence Speech, and the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Page is no stranger to the subject of colonialism, having also written Africa and the First World War (St. Martin's, 1987) and The Chiwaya War: Malawians and the First World War (Westview, 2000).