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    2016. Other Books Received. The American Historical Review, Vol. 121, Issue. 4, p. 1408.

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Europe after Empire is a pioneering comparative history of European decolonization from the formal ending of empires to the postcolonial European present. Elizabeth Buettner charts the long-term development of post-war decolonization processes as well as the histories of inward and return migration from former empires which followed. She shows that not only were former colonies remade as a result of the path to decolonization: so too was Western Europe, with imperial traces scattered throughout popular and elite cultures, consumer goods, religious life, political formations, and ideological terrains. People were also inwardly mobile, including not simply Europeans returning 'home' but Asians, Africans, West Indians, and others who made their way to Europe to forge new lives. The result is a Europe fundamentally transformed by multicultural diversity and cultural hybridity and by the destabilization of assumptions about race, culture, and the meanings of place, and where imperial legacies and memories live on.


‘Trying to understand how 'the empire came home' has inspired some of the most important historiography of twentieth-century Europe during the past two decades, bringing colonialism's legacies under scrutiny in challenging new ways. With an approach both comparative and transnational, Elizabeth Buettner builds on this new work to craft a vividly insightful account of decolonization and its effects, one that deals not just with Britain and France, but with the Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal too.’

Geoff Eley - University of Michigan

‘This pioneering study plumbs the post-decolonization histories of multiple European societies - the Netherlands, Belgium, and Portugal alongside Britain and France - and brings them into dynamic conversation. It is a continental history, necessary reading for anyone seeking to understand how the long history of overseas empires still fashions European lives and understandings today.​’

Todd Shepard - Johns Hopkins University

‘A book that truly demonstrates the global impacts of decolonization, Europe after Empire blends comparative and transnational analyses to illustrate how Western European societies were reimagined and remade as imperial bonds were broken. The breadth of coverage is immense, the insights are invaluable.’

Martin Thomas - University of Exeter

‘Europe after Empire lives up to its promise: acknowledging the ongoing present of the imperial past in Europe, it provides an important contribution to a 'new imperial history' that is sensitive to postcolonial critique on the implicit Eurocentrism in many historiographies of colonialism and decolonization. After the first two comparative parts on decolonization, immigration and multicultural society in Britain, the Netherlands, France, Belgium and Portugal, Part III urges us to reflect on European memories of empire beyond national frames.'

Susan Legêne - VU University Amsterdam

'This new analytic recasting of post-imperial Europe clearly illustrates a significant scholarly shift from using a single nation-state as mirror … The volume is well illustrated and footnoted, and has a current bibliography … Summing Up: Recommended. All academic and public libraries.'

M. S. Miller Source: Choice

'[a] thoughtful, well-organized, scrupulously researched volume. The historical narratives are complemented by strong cultural, social and political analyses. … Anyone embarking on the study of decolonization - widely understood, as in this book - will be grateful to Buettner for providing so comprehensive and perceptive an overview, the best currently available.'

Source: The Times Literary Supplement

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