Technology and Entrepôt Colonialism in Singapore 1819–1940

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About the Publication

How did imported technology contribute to the development of the colony of Singapore? Who were the main agents of change in this process? Was there extensive transfer and diffusion of Western science and technology into the port-city? How did the people respond to change? Examining areas such as shipping, port development, telegraphs and wireless, urban water supply and sewage disposal, economic botany, electrification, food production and retailing, science and technical education, and health, this book documents the role of technology and, to a smaller extent, science, in the transformation of colonial Singapore before 1940. In doing so, this book hopes to provide a new dimension to the historiography of Singapore from a "science, technology and society" perspective.

Contents

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Technology and Entrepôt Colonialism in Singapore 1819–1940 [Whole Publication, ISBN: 978-981-4414-09-8] 12.90 USD
26.00 USD
Preliminary pages Download
1. Technology and the British Empire 5.00 USD
2. Pioneers of Change: Entrepreneurs and Engineers 5.00 USD
3. Maritime Technology and Development of the Port 5.00 USD
4. Introducing Technological Systems 5.00 USD
5. Sanitation and Public Health 5.00 USD
6. Agriculture and Colonial Science 5.00 USD
7. Food and Singapore Cold Storage 5.00 USD
8. Politics of Imperial Education 5.00 USD
9. Technology Transfer and Limited Industrial Growth 5.00 USD
Conclusion 5.00 USD
Bibliography Download
Index Download

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