Too often, history is told from the northern hemisphere. In this captivating, ground-breaking account, Sujit Siva sundaram reassesses the era of revolution and empire from the perspective of indigenous and seafaring people in the Indian and pacific oceans.
This is a story abut indigenous creativity, agency and resistance when confronted with unprecedented Globalization and violence. It is a tale of oceans, winds, waves and islands and beaches, and of the tragic ways in which colonisation reversed immense possibilities for liberty and humanity.
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