While Singapore's iconic Raffles Hotel may be marketed as a tranquil throwback to a bygone age, it also reveals the complicated truths of imperialism.
Spanish colonists in the Americas were terrified that their essential humors would change if they ate local food.
In the early twentieth century, white colonizers’ exploitation of women in West Africa’s Gold Coast stoked anti-colonial politics.
Prince Edward's visit began the end of the monarchy’s influence in India.
The British Empire began developing its colonialization tactics in Ireland and Canada, before exporting them throughout the world.