The View From Abroad
Edited By Catherine McGlynn, Andrew Mycock and J.W. McAuley
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Contents Catherine McGlynn, Andrew Mycock and James W. McAuley 1 Introduction – Britishness, Identity and Citizenship: The View from Abroad 1 Section One The Empire: Constructions of Britishness 9 Charles V. Reed 1 Respectable Subjects of the Queen: The Royal Tour of 1901 and Imperial Citizenship in South Africa 11 Antoine Mioche 2 Britishness: The Imperial Vision of William Knox (1732–1810) 31 Angela McCarthy 3 Scottishness and Britishness among New Zealand’s Scots Since 1840 55 David Levey 4 National Identity and Allegiance in Gibraltar 73 Elleke Boehmer and Sumita Mukherjee 5 Re-making Britishness: Indian Contributions to Oxford University, c. 1860–1930 95 vi Section Two Representing Britishness: Culture and Identity 113 Meenakshi Sharma 6 The Empire of English and Its Legacy: A Citizenship of the Mind 115 Francoise Ugochukwu 7 From Nwana to Adichie: Britishness goes Full Circle in Nigerian Literature 135 Karine Tournier-Sol 8 Britishness and European Integration since 1997 in the French Press 151 Kath Woodward, David Goldblatt and James Wyllie 9 British Fair Play: Sport across Diasporas at the BBC World Service 171 Amy von Heyking 10 ‘Proud to call themselves Englishmen’: Representations of Britishness in Twentieth Century English-Canadian Schools 191 Section Three Brits Abroad: Travel and Migration 213 Thomas Thurnell-Read 11 ‘Here Comes the Drunken Cavalry’: Managing and Negotiating the Britishness of All-Male Stag Tours in Eastern Europe 215 vii A. James Hammerton 12 ‘Thatcher’s Refugees’: Shifting Identities among Late Twentieth Century British Emigrants 233 Ben Wellings 13 The English in Australia: A Non-Nation in Search...
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