Sascha R. Klement

Sascha R. Klement studied English and comparative Literature at the Universities of Kent at Canterbury and Exeter, eventually writing a thesis on eighteenth-century travel writing, for which he did research in the UK, Germany and Turkey. His research interests include eighteenth-century literature and philosophy, travel writing, the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory, as well as political activism and social change. He lives in Cairo, Egypt.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Global, Colonial, and Non-European History, History

Publications in the Series: Global and Colonial History

Web: Medieval and Early Modern Orients


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Representations of Global Civility
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Representations of Global Civility

English Travellers in the Ottoman Empire and the South Pacific, 1636–1863

Global civility instead of colonial domination: this study provides a striking new perspective on both travel and travel-writing in the long eighteenth century.

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