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Prof Kim Wagner Ph.D

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Lecturer in British Imperial History
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  • Colonial
I work on British imperialism, conflict and culture, and have published extensively on banditry and rebellion in colonial India, especially on the subject of 'Thuggee' and the 'Mutiny' or Indian Uprising of 1857. I am particularly interested in British fears of indigenous conspiracies during the 19th and 20th centuries, and my research focuses on colonial policing and intelligence gathering as well as the correlation between knowledge, panic and anxieties within the context of imperialism.
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