Empire, Migration and Identity in the British World (inbunden)
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Empire, Migration and Identity in the British World (inbunden)

Empire, Migration and Identity in the British World

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The essays in this volume have been written by leading experts in their respective fields and bring together established scholars with a new generation of migration and transnational historians. Their work weaves together the 'new' imperial and the 'new' migration histories, and is essential reading for scholars and students interested in the interplay of migration within and between the local, regional, imperial, and transnational arenas. Furthermore, these essays set an important analytical benchmark for more integrated and comparative analyses of the range of migratory processes - free and coerced - which together impacted on the dynamics of power, forms of cultural circulation and making of ethnicities across a British imperial world. -- .
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The introduction and the accompanying spread of chapters in Empire, Migration and Identity offers a good exemplar of how the British World framework has adapted since its formulation more than ten years ago and where it stands today. -- .

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Kent Fedorowich is Reader in British Imperial and Commonwealth History at the University of the West of England, Bristol Andrew S. Thompson is Professor of Modern History at the University of Exeter -- .


General Editor's introduction Introduction: Mapping the contours of the British World: Empire, identity and migration - Kent Fedorowich and Andrew S Thompson 1. Malthus and the Uses of British Emigration - Eric Richards 2. 'Sprung from ourselves': British interpretations of mid-nineteenth-century racial demographics - Kathrin Levitan 3. Religious nationalism and clerical emigrants to Australia, 1828-1900 - Hilary M Carey 4. Resistance and accommodation in Christian mission: Welsh Presbyterianism in Sylhet, Eastern Bengal, 1860-1940 - Aled Jones 5. Asian migration and the British World, c.1850-c.1914 - Rachel Bright 6. Righting the record? British child migration: the case of the Middlemore Homes, 1872-1972 - Michele Langfield 7. Travelling colonist: British emigration and the construction of Anglo-Canadian privilege - Lisa Chilton 8. 'Dear Grace.love Maidie': Interpreting a migrant's letters from Australia, 1926-67 - Stephen Constantine 9. Staying on or going 'home'? Settlers' decisions upon Zambian Independence - Jo Duffy 11. 'I'm a Citizen of the World': Late-twentieth-century British emigration and global identities - the end of the 'British World'? - A. James Hammerton 12. Multiculturalism, decolonisation and immigration: Integration policy in Britain and France after the Second World War - Eleanor Passmore and Andrew S Thompson Index -- .