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Imagining Home: Gender, Race And National Identity, 1945-1964
Homecomings unbelongings home and colonialism the new England good homes home and work domestic identities.
Imagining home : gender, race and national identity
Englishness and Empire 1939-1965
1. Introduction 2. The People's Empire and the People's War 3. The Post-War People's Empire 4. Coronation Britain 5. Colonial Wars 6. Immigration 7. Elegies for Empire: The Romance of ManlinessExpand
“There'll Always Be an England”: Representations of Colonial Wars and Immigration, 1948–1968
  • W. Webster
  • History
  • The Journal of British Studies
  • 1 October 2001
“In Malaya,” the Daily Mail noted in 1953, “three and a half years of danger have given the planters time to convert their previously pleasant homes into miniature fortresses, with sandbag parapets,Expand
Reconstructing Boundaries: Gender, war and empire in British cinema, 1945-1950
In Against the Wind (1947), a British film released soon after the Second World War, the fate of Max—who is shown working for the British-led resistance in Belgium—is sealed by two women [1]. TheExpand
Not a man to match her
Gendering Migration: Masculinity, Femininity and Ethnicity in Post-War Britain
The volume draws on oral narratives as well as documentary and archival research to demonstrate the important role played by gender and ethnicity, both in ideas and images of migrants and inExpand
Immigration and Racism
The African-Caribbean Community in Britain
Sound Recording and Life Writing
Entries include: Abelard, Peter and Heloise Adolescence and Life Writing Autobiography and Poetry The Bible Britain: Renaissance Life Writing Byron, George, Lord Celebrity and Popular BiographyExpand