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This chapter follows the new mobilities and barriers across the Indian Ocean that arose with colonial capitalist wars beginning in the 1700s. Asian migrants, their experience of indentured labor, and their modes of contestation, endurance, and resistance feature centrally here.
This chapter takes stock of geopolitical ventures in advancing colonialism from the nineteenth century to the present day. The chapter spotlights protest movements of colonized and displaced communities as they contend with forced mobility and militarized blockade by colonial forces.
This chapter illuminates the role of science in colonial expansion since the time of the Enlightenment, as well as the varied forms of contestation, creative appropriation, and counter-science among the colonized.