The British Empire transported thousands of Indian convicts to form a penal colony in the Andaman Islands. With a detailed critical introduction that recounts the genesis of the penal settlement in the nineteenth-century and follows its story till the arrival of the Azad Hind army of Subhas Chandra Bose in the Andamans during the Second World War, Across the Black Water, for the first time, brings to the readers a collection of key documents from the Andaman
The first book to explore how the history of Wales and the Welsh has been written over the past fifteen hundred years, analysing and contextualizing historical writing, from Gildas in the sixth century to recent global approaches, to open new perspectives both on the history of Wales and on understandings of Wales and the Welsh.
In The Origins and Dynamics of Inequality, Jon Wisman provides a re-interpretation of economic history and society. He argues that the struggle over income, wealth, and privilege-inequality-has been the principal, defining issue in human history and provides a novel framework for understanding inequality today.
Conrado (Assistant Professor of Public Law, Assistant Professor of Public Law, University of Sao Paulo) Hubner Mendes & Roberto (Professor of Law, Professor of Law, University of Buenos Aires) Gargarella