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Modern Slavery and the Re-description of People (and Democracy) in Spain and Chile

Gonzalo Capellán

democracy” based on the idea of a “sovereignty of reason.” The French doctrinaire Edouard Alletz thought that those who believe in the triumph of the “old democracy,” that is, “the majority of the number,” were wrong and that the middle classes were the

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American Women in the Vittel Internment Camp

Religions, Morality, and Culture

Page Dougherty Delano

This article is a study of the complex social environment within the Vittel internment camp in eastern France during World War II. The Germans arrested some two thousand British women and then nearly three hundred American women of different class backgrounds, religions, political beliefs, and national affiliations, who were placed in the hotels of this spa town. The Vittel internment camp also became the temporary home of around three hundred Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, who claimed to possess American and South American citizenship. Most of these Jews were sent to their deaths at Auschwitz. Drawing on memoirs, letters, Red Cross reports, and scattered histories, this article explores the interactions, resistance, and prejudices of camp inhabitants. It argues that American women’s behavior was guided less by religious beliefs than one might expect in the context of the 1940s.

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Must Labour Lose?

The 1959 election and the politics of the people

Charlotte Lydia Riley

reinvigorated in 1960 by the editor Tony Godwin. 11 The Penguin Specials have been characterized as emblematic of a particular class of public opinion and constitutive of elite and popular attitudes. 12 Dean Blackburn highlights how the books were believed to

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When Was Brexit? Reading Backward to the Present

Antoinette Burton

voted the way they did and what it meant for political elites in a world with shifting class identities and alliances. While the original text largely sidesteps questions of race and empire, Riley insists that we read backward through those critical

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Porscha Fermanis

working-class uplift” behind Tory popularism. 7 Brexit has accordingly been portrayed by both the Left and the Right as a working-class response to a sense of crisis about the ways in which globalization amplifies inequality and/or as “a rebellion against

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Antoinette Burton

determine the meaning of Barbara Pym have failed to acknowledge the racial underpinnings of that Little Englandism, thereby allowing the crisis of Whiteness in Quartet in Autumn to pass unremarked on. That crisis was equally class-based and rooted in the

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The Concept of Religion in Meiji Popular Discourse

An Analysis of the Newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun

Makoto Harris Takao

hitherto neglected kind of everyday encounter with concepts of “religion” among a readership of the urban working class. Although much of the term's presence is due to journalistic coverage of events and debates in the political and legal sphere, this very

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The Problem of Modern Pederasty in Queer History

A Case Study of Norman Douglas

Rachel Hope Cleves

of age and consent as constructed categories that intersect with class, race, and gender. The work of queer historians of the Anglophone world, including Steven Maynard, Stephen Robertson, Don Romesburg, Chris Brickell, and Yorick Smaal, all of whom

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Migration to the “First Large Suburban Ghetto” in America

Korean Immigrant Merchants in South Central Los Angeles in the 1980s

Chanhaeng Lee

had belonged to the poor and working classes in their home countries, a significant number of Korean immigrants who entered the United States after 1965 came from the urban middle class. These middle-class Koreans had immigrated to the United States in

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When Cosmopolitans Get Ahead

W. T. Eady's I.D.B. or The Adventures of Solomon Davis (1887)

Danielle Kinsey

idea in the first place: transnational capital flows and labor migration, both working- and executive-class, that went along with it. 6 What we might call forms of Brexit anticosmopolitanism—the kind that conflates globalization, capital, and migrants