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Dane Kennedy

use terms like “the Anglosphere,” “Global Britain,” and “CANZUK” (an acronym for Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom), they envision a transnational alliance or association of states that bears a striking resemblance to Dilke

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Marc Matera

of cultural dilution through imagery of war and invasion, but they also appealed to a deep desire for the restoration of global power and an omnipotent Whiteness. The reveries of “Global Britain” and different iterations of the “Anglosphere” that have

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When Cosmopolitans Get Ahead

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

Danielle Kinsey

centrality of IDB, or Illicit Diamond Buying, to Eady's novel reflects the preoccupation with this specialized crime within popular discussions about diamonds and the diamond trade across the Anglosphere from the 1870s onward. IDB referred to the practice

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Publications, Exhibitions and Conferences

Sara Farhan, Paul Fox, and Fakhri Haghani

refugees on temporary visas are able to eyeball politicians fashioning a world according to Australian representations of the Anglosphere. While Javan pays homage to Iranians’ newfound ‘freedoms’, there is another, darker reading of the photograph. In April

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Democracy's Conceptual Politics

Liberalism and Its Others

Christopher Hobson

detailed picture, filled out through democratic governance being adopted around the world, and greater appreciation of its much more complex lineage, one that goes well beyond the limited confines of Western Europe and the Anglosphere ( Keane 2009 ). This

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EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

A new space for a study of novel forms of diplomacy

Zane Šime

( The Royal Society, 2010 ). “Science diplomacy's image as innovating foreign policy quickly made it a hot topic among the policy communities of ‘Anglosphere’ foreign ministries (in particular, of the United States, Great Britain and New Zealand

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The Problem of Modern Pederasty in Queer History

A Case Study of Norman Douglas

Rachel Hope Cleves

geographical scope of this article is broad, drawing in the Anglosphere and Western Europe. Norman Douglas and the Challenges of Writing Biography When Constantine FitzGibbon attempted to write a biography of Norman Douglas, he threw up his hands in despair

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The Janus Face of Metaphor; A European Conceptual History of Internationalism; Language, Time, and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic

Hannes Bajohr, Martin Kristoffer Hamre, and Francisco A. Ortega

of metaphor theory, and has assembled a canon whose surprising star, Hans Blumenberg, is also still the least known in the Anglosphere. Not everyone will agree with this selection—nor with the pivotal position Nietzsche has in it—but for any future

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Boys, Inclusive Masculinities and Injury

Some Research Perspectives

Adam White and Stefan Robinson

Anglosphere support their gay friends while simultaneously improving their homosocial bonds through kissing, cuddling, and loving ( Anderson 2011 , 2014 ; McCormack 2012 ; White and Hobson 2015 ). Among western sportsmen today, attitudes toward homosexual

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‘Nothing Is Less Universal than the Idea of Race’

Alfred Métraux, American Social Science and UNESCO's Anti-Racist Campaign in 1950s Paris

Alice L. Conklin

attracted 57 reform-minded philosophers, doctors/scientists (MDs and PhDs), missionaries and jurists from most of the world's major countries and empires, although speakers from the Anglosphere constituted almost half of those present. The racial