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Monuments to Freedom, Monuments to Nation: The Politics of Emancipation and Remembrance in the Eastern Caribbean
Monuments cast in stone or metal were intended by their creators to have a fixed meaning, yet the shifting reactions to their unchanging physical forms reveal that perceptions of the Caribbean pastExpand
The Great Betrayal?: European Socialists and Humanitarian Relief during the Spanish Civil War
Compared to communist commitment or fascist intervention in the Spanish Civil War the reactions of European socialists to the conflict have often been described as tentative, ineffective or even aExpand
The rise and fall of the ‘inner city’: race, space and urban policy in postwar England
ABSTRACT In postwar England, the ‘inner city’ has loomed large in urban discourse and policy, serving as an important site through which ‘race’ has been rendered socially and spatially meaningful.Expand
The Cost of Affluence: a Closer Look at the Food Industry
There is often much confusion among consumers in the U.S. as to which food products are healthy for humans and which products are not. One reason why this occurs may be seen in the disconnect amongExpand
The Inner Geographies of a Migrant Gateway: Mapping the Built Environment and the Dynamics of Caribbean Mobility in Manchester, 1951–2011
Between the 1960s and 1990s a series of urban redevelopment projects in Manchester radically transformed ethnic settlement in the city. The ward of Moss Side, which had been a gateway for CaribbeanExpand
The Three Faces of Post-Emancipation Migration in Martinique, 1848-1865
TLDR
Examining the contours of contemporary mentalities helps to explain why the three faces of post-emancipation migration have been treated as separate problems and not as a single phenomenon of interwoven movement. Expand
Striking back against racist violence in the East End of London, 1968–1970
TLDR
This article tells the hitherto untold story of how different Pakistani organisations mobilised in response to racist violence and harassment in the east London Borough of Tower Hamlets (1968–1970), identifying the emergence of two distinct political repertoires from within the Pakistani community: the integrationist approach and the autonomous approach. Expand
The slave family in the transition to freedom: Barbados, 1834–1841
This article provides a new vision of the 1841 debates over child mortality in Barbados by examining the crisis as the result of the prolonged struggle for control over Afro-Barbadian families formedExpand
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