Dr. Tony Ballantyne

Postdoctoral researcher

Project: The production of a critical edition of a collection of primary source materials exploring various aspects of the Irish involvement in civil administration, military service and missionary activity in colonial India.


Ballantyne, T. 2003, 'Rethinking the archive, opening up the nation state in South Asia (and beyond)', in A. Burton (ed.) After the Imperial Turn: thinking with and through the nation, Duke University Press.

Ballantyne, T. 2003, 'Introduction: Baron Von Hugel', in C. von Hugel, Travels in Kashmir and the Panjab, Oxford University Press.

Ballantyne, T. 2003, 'Transport, communications and imperialism', in J. Farr (ed.), The Industrial Revolution in Europe, 1750-1914, Gale, Detroit.

Ballantyne, T. (ed.) 2002, 'From Orientalism to Ornamentalism: empire and difference in history'. Special issue of Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, vol. 3 no. 1.

Ballantyne, T. 2001, Orientalism and Race: Aryanism in the British empire, Palgrave. Ballantyne, T. 2001, 'Empire, knowledge and culture: from proto-globalization to modern globalization', in A.G. Hopkins (ed.), Globalization in World History, Pimlico, London.

Ballantyne, T. 2001, 'Race and the Webs of Empire', Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, vol. 2, no. 3.

Ballantyne, T. 2001, 'Archive, state, discipline: power and knowledge in South Asian historiography', New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 87-105.

Ballantyne, T. 2002, Orientalism, Racial Theory and British Colonialism, Palgrave, London. Ballantyne, T. (ed.) 2004, Science, Empire and the European Exploration of the Pacific, Ashgate.

Ballantyne, T. 2004, ‘Archives, Empires and Histories of Colonialism', Archifacts pp. 21-36. Ballantyne, T. 2004, ‘Maharaja Dalip Singh, imperial Britain and the negotiation of Sikh identity', in Pashaura Singh and N.G. Barrier (eds.), In Sikhism in light of History, Oxford University Press, 2004, pp. 151-175.