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A multi-authored volume exploring the evolving concept of 'Englishness' over the late 19th and early 20th centuries, covering both cultural politics and political culture.
Introduction Englishness and the National Culture Philip Dodd (University of the Arts, London, UK) Englishness and the Political Culture Robert Colls (De Montfort University, UK) The Discovery of Rural England Alun Howkins (University of Sussex, UK) The Invention of English Brian Doyle (1943-1997), author of English and Englishness (1989) A Literature for England Peter Brooker (University of Nottingham, UK) and Peter Widdowson (formerly University of Gloucestershire, UK) The Identity of English Music: The Reception of Elgar 1898-1935 Jeremy Crump (De Montfort University, UK) The Englishwoman Alice Mackay (independent scholar, UK) and Pat Thane (King's College, London, UK) The Marginal Britons: The Irish D George Boyce (University of Swansea, UK) Englishness and the Liberal Inheritance After 1886 Dennis Smith (University of Loughborough, UK) The Conservative Party and Patriotism Hugh Cunningham (University of Kent, UK) Socialism, the State and Some Oppositional Englishness Stephen Yeo (formerly University of Oxford, UK) Afterword Index
A definitive text in the field of English national identity and patriotism, including a new introduction and afterword, setting the book in a new, contemporary context.
Editiert von: Robert Colls, Philip Dodd
Robert Colls is Professor of Cultural History at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. Philip Dodd is an author, curator, BBC broadcaster, chairman of Made in China UK and Visiting Professor, University of the Arts, London, UK.

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Autor: Robert Colls
ISBN-13 :: 9781472522672
ISBN: 1472522672
Erscheinungsjahr: 23.10.2014
Gewicht: 635g
Seiten: 424
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 00002, Revised
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 236x157x30 mm
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