“Laboratory of an Empire: “Mountain War” Ethnography or “Highland Problem” of Great Britain in 1689—1759

 
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AbstractThis article examines an invoke of the Great Britain’s government to ethnography as a colonial practice on the example of Highlands policy in the last fourth of XVII — first half of the XVIII centuries. This region seemed to be as a peculiar “ethnographic laboratory”, where various projects of formation, strengthening and expansion of loyalty to the crown and London government were practiced in condition of permanent riots and a threat of conquering from abroad.
KeywordsHighlands, the Glorious revolution, highlanders, guerilla, administrative ethnography
Received29.08.2014
Publication date06.09.2014
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