The conclusion draws together the key arguments in the book. Pointing to the at once expansive, intimate, and exclusionary nature of the British academic world, it suggests that, framed and facilitated by the structures of empire and made my affections and connections that cut up the vast reaches of the globe, it was one of the many limited worlds that characterized late nineteenth and early twentieth-century globalization.
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