Robert Kubicek

  • 19th c British Empire: administrative, economic and technological aspects

Books

R.V. Kubicek; D.G. Paterson. Writing the History of Mining in British Columbia: Perspectives and Methodologies. Victoria, B.C: B.C. Studies Conference, 1979.

R.V. Kubicek. Economic imperialism in theory and practice: the case of South African gold mining finance 1886-1914. Durham, N.C: Published for the Duke University Center for Commonwealth and Comparative Studies [by] Duke University Press, 1979.

R.V. Kubicek. The administration of imperialism: Joseph Chamberlain at the Colonial Office. Durham, N.C: Duke University Press, 1969.

Articles/Book Chapters

R. V. Kubicek, “British Expansion, Empire, and Technological Change”, in The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. 3, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 3, A. Porter Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 247-269.

R. V. Kubicek, “The Role of Shallow-Draft Steamboats in the Expansion of the British Empire, 1820-1914”, International Journal of Maritime History, vol. 6, p. 85, 1994.

R. V. Kubicek, “The Design of Shallow-Draft Steamers for the British Empire, 1868-1906”, Technology and Culture, vol. 31, pp. 427-450, 1990.

R. V. KUBICEK, “THE COLONIAL STEAMER AND THE OCCUPATION OF WEST-AFRICA BY THE VICTORIAN STATE, 1840-1900”, JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, vol. 18, pp. 9-32, 1990.

R. V. Kubicek, “The Randlords in 1895: A Reassessment”, The Journal of British Studies, vol. 11, pp. 84-103, 1972.

Additional

R. V. Kubicek, “Essays in Imperial Government”, International Journal, vol. 20. pp. 128-129, 1964.