A New British Subject: The Creation of a Common Ethnicity in Gibraltar

  title={A New British Subject: The Creation of a Common Ethnicity in Gibraltar},
  author={Luis G. Mart{\'i}nez del Campo and Andrew Canessa and Giacomo Orsini},
In recent decades, scholars of nationalism have paid increasing attention to the role of ethnicity in the formation of nations. In fact, nationalist narratives often structure the nation around a core ethnic group and a hegemonic language. Nevertheless, there are communities (such as many former colonies) which cannot easily define their nationhood in terms of a shared ethnic background, and Gibraltar is one such example. It offers an exceptional opportunity to shed light on the political… Expand
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