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Abin Chakraborty

authenticity of Christianity, the accounts of cultural alterity in the narratives reveal several moments of anxiety and avenues of dialogical critique that locate the author in an interstitial space monopolized by neither the claims of race nor the demands of

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John Gillespie, Kyle Shuttleworth, Nik Farrell Fox, and Mike Neary

political landscape has been marked by the sustained engagement with race and gender discourse. One can hardly open a newspaper or read a social media newsfeed without encountering a story about gender wage gaps, for example, or racism within First World

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John Storey

distribution of goods, nor can the business of mortals be conducted happily. As long as private property remains, by far the largest and best part of the human race will be oppressed by a distressing and inescapable burden of poverty and anxieties. 9 As

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Getting It on Its Feet

Exploring the Politics and Process of Shakespeare outside the Traditional Classroom

Karl Falconer

as a symbol of ‘Britain's ideological superiority’, we appear to be in a period of transition, where perceptions of gender, race and class are open for new interpretation. 13 Andrew Murphy has demonstrated, in Shakespeare for the People , that

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The “Moral Effect” of Legalized Lawlessness

Violence in Britain’s Twentieth-Century Empire

Caroline Elkins

.” 10 Still, al-Husayni persisted and appealed to the League of Nations. Gesturing to the situation’s gravity through historical analogy, he wrote: “Such atrocities of the dark ages, to which the human race, nowadays, look back with disgust and horror

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Whitewashing History

Pinker’s (Mis)Representation of the Enlightenment and Violence

Philip Dwyer

that scholars have dismissed it or “sneer” at it. In the last decade or two, the Enlightenment has been examined from all sorts of different perspectives—gender, the role of women, science, race, sexuality, as well as geographical foci—leaving us with a

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Gauging the Propagandist's Talents

William Le Queux's Dubious Place in Literary History: Part Two

A. Michael Matin

home to his slow-working mind that he really has his back to the wall, and you fan at once into bright flame the smouldering pride of race … —William Le Queux, Britain's Deadly Peril: Are We Told the Truth? (1915) William Le Queux published anti

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Touring the Regions

(Dis) Uniting the Kingdom on Holiday

Hazel Andrews

this has implications for the way in which identities are reinforced. Thus, for example, Englishness is linked to a “traditional class, race and gender-restrictiveness” (46), while Britishness (found in the promotional material of Visit Britain) is more

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Mary Edwards

of the world in which they find themselves on the grounds that—regardless of their gender, race, class, age, sexuality, physical ability, etc.—human beings are, most fundamentally, transcendental beings which are ontologically distinct from, and

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Bonnie White

also, Lucy Noakes, “From War Service to Domestic Service: Ex-Servicewomen and the Free Passage Scheme, 1919–1922,” Twentieth Century British History 22, no. 1 (2010): 1–27; J. Cavell, “The Imperial Race and the Immigration Sieve,” Journal of Imperial