<<

. 11
( 12)



>>

1855“1940 (Basingstoke, 2003).
Bradshaw, B., ˜Nationalism and Historical Scholarship in Modern Ireland™, in
C. Brady, ed., Interpreting Irish History: The Debate on Historical
Revisionism 1938“1994 (Dublin, 1994).
Select bibliography 301
Brandon, Ruth, The New Women and the Old Men: Love, Sex and the Woman
Question (London, 1990).
Brantlinger, Patrick, Rule of Darkness: British Literature and Imperialism (Ithaca,
1988).
Dark Vanishings: Discourse on the Extinction of Primitive Races, 1800“1930
(Ithaca, 2003).
Brasted, H., ˜Indian Nationalist Development and the In¬‚uence of Irish Home
Rule, 1870“1886™, Modern Asian Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh,
22 (1977).
Bressey, Caroline, ˜Forgotten Histories: Three Stories of Black Girls from
Barnardo™s Victorian Archive™, Women™s History Review, 11 (3) (2002).
Brewer, John and Roy Porter, eds., Consumption and the World of Goods
(London, 1993).
Bridge, Carl and Kent Fedorowich, eds., The British World: Diaspora, Culture
and Identity (London, 2003).
Bristow, Joseph, Empire Boys: Adventures in a Man™s World (London, 1991).
Brody, Jennifer DeVere, Impossible Purities: Blackness, Femininity, and Victorian
Culture (Durham, NC, 1998).
Broeker, Galen, Rural Disorder and Police Reform in Ireland, 1812“1836 (London,
1970).
Brown, Callum G., Religion and Society in Scotland Since 1707 (Edinburgh,
1997).
Brown, Judith M., ˜India™, in Brown and Louis, eds., The Oxford History of the
British Empire, vol. IV.
Brown, Judith M. and William Roger Louis, eds., The Oxford History of the
British Empire, vol. IV: The Twentieth Century (Oxford, 1999).
Brubaker, Rogers, Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany
(Cambridge, MA, 1992).
Buckman, Joseph, Immigrants and the Class Struggle: The Jewish Immigrant in
Leeds 1880“1914 (Manchester, 1983).
Buckner, Philip and Doug Francis, eds., Rediscovering the British World (Calgary,
2005).
Buettner, Elizabeth, Empire Families: Britons and Late Imperial India (Oxford,
2004).
Burnett, J., Plenty and Want: A Social History of Food in England from 1815 to the
Present (London, 1989).
Liquid Pleasures: A Social History of Drink in Modern Britain (London, 1999).
Burrow, J. W., A Liberal Descent: Victorian Historians and the English Past
(Cambridge, 1981).
Burton, Antoinette, Burdens of History: British Feminists, Indian Women and
Imperial Culture, 1865“1915 (Chapel Hill and London, 1994).
At the Heart of the Empire: Indians and the Colonial Encounter in Late-
Victorian Britain (Berkeley, 1998).
˜Tongues Untied: Lord Salisbury™s ˜˜Black Man™™ and the Boundaries of Imperial
Democracy™, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 43 (2) (2000).
Select bibliography
302
˜Women and ˜˜Domestic™™ Imperial Culture: The Case of Victorian Britain™,
in Marilyn J. Boxer and Jean H. Quataert, eds., Connecting Spheres: Women
in a Globalizing World, 1500 to the Present, 2nd edn (Oxford, 2000).
˜ ˜˜States of Injury™™: Josephine Butler on Slavery, Citizenship, and the Boer
War™, in Fletcher, Mayhall and Levine, eds., Women™s Suffrage in the British
Empire.
ed., Politics and Empire in Victorian Britain (Palgrave, 2001).
After the Imperial Turn: Thinking With and Through the Nation (Durham,
NC, 2003).
˜The Visible Empire at Home, 1832“1905™, Empire On-Line: www.adam-
matthew-publications.co.uk.
Bush, Barbara, ˜˜˜Britain™s Conscience on Africa™™: White Women, Race and
Imperial Politics in Inter-war Britain™, in Clare Midgley, ed., Gender and
Imperialism (Manchester, 1998).
Bush, Julia, ˜˜˜The Right Sort of Woman™™: Female Emigrators and Emigration
to the British Empire, 1890“1910™, Women™s History Review, 3 (1994).
Edwardian Ladies and Imperial Power (Leicester, 2000).
Byrne, David, ˜The 1930 ˜˜Arab Riot™™ in South Shields: A Race Riot That Never
Was™, Race and Class, 18 (3) (1977).
Cain, P. J. ˜Economics and Empire: The Metropolitan Context™, in Porter, ed.,
Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. III.
Cain, P. J. and A. G. Hopkins, British Imperialism, 1688“2000 (London, 2001).
Caine, Barbara, English Feminism, 1780“1980 (Oxford, 1997).
˜Feminism, Journalism and Public Debate™, in Joanne Shattock, ed., Women
and Literature in Britain 1800“1900 (Cambridge, 2001).
Callaway, Helen and Dorothy O. Helly, ˜Crusader for Empire: Flora Shaw /
Lady Lugard™, in Nupur Chaudhuri and Margaret Strobel, eds., Western
Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance (Bloomington, 1992).
Cannadine, David, ˜The British Monarchy, c. 1820“1977™, in Eric Hobsbawm
and Terence Ranger, eds., The Invention of Tradition (Cambridge, 1983).
Aspects of Aristocracy (New Haven and London, 1994).
Ornamentalism: How the British Saw Their Empire (London and New York,
2001).
Carretta, Vincent, Equiano the African: Biography of a Self-made Man (Athens,
GA, 2005).
Castle, Kathryn, Britannia™s Children: Reading Colonialism Through Children™s
Books and Magazines (Manchester, 1996).
Cayford, Joanne M., ˜In Search of ˜˜John Chinaman™™: Press Representations of
the Chinese in Cardiff, 1906“1911™, Llafur: Journal of Welsh Labour History,
5 (4) (1991).
Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS), The Empire Strikes Back:
Race and Racism in 70s Britain (London, 1982).
Cesarani, David, ˜ ˜˜An Alien Concept?™™ ™ The Continuity of Anti-alienism in
British Society before 1940™, in David Cesarani and Tony Kushner, eds.,
The Internment of Aliens in Twentieth Century Britain (London, 1993).
Select bibliography 303
Chakrabarty, Dipesh, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical
Difference (Princeton, 2000).
˜Foreword™, in The Bernard Cohn Omnibus (Oxford, 2004; New York, 2006).
Chakravarti, Uma, ˜Whatever Happened to the Vedic Dasi? Orientalism,
Nationalism, and a Script for the Past™, in Kumkum Sangari and Sudesh
Vaid, eds., Recasting Women: Essays in Indian Colonial History (New
Brunswick, NJ, 1990).
Chancellor, Valerie E., History for their Masters: Opinion in the English History
Textbook, 1900“1914 (Bath, 1970).
Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan, The Origins of Industrial Capital in India: Business
Strategies and the Working Classes in Bombay, 1900“1940 (Cambridge, 1994).
Chapman, S. and S. Chassagne, European Textile Printers in the Eighteenth
Century (London, 1981).
Chatterjee, Partha, The Nation and its Fragments: Colonial and Post-Colonial
Histories (Princeton, 1993).
Chaudhuri, Nupur, ˜Race, Gender and Nation in Englishwoman™s Domestic
Magazine and Queen, 1850“1900™, in Finkelstein and Peers, eds., Negotiating
India.
Cherry, Deborah, Beyond the Frame: Feminism and Visual Culture, Britain
1850“1900 (London, 2000).
Chinn, C., They Worked All Their Lives: Women of the Urban Poor in England
1880“1939 (Manchester, 1988).
Clive, John, Thomas Babington Macaulay: The Shaping of the Historian (London, 1973).
Cohen, Robin, ˜Diasporas, the Nation-State, and Globalisation™, in Wang,
Global History and Migrations.
Cohn, Bernard S., An Anthropologist Among the Historians and Other Essays
(Oxford, 1990).
Colonialism and its Forms of Knowledge: The British in India (Princeton, 1996).
Colley, Linda, ˜Britishness and Otherness: An Argument™, Journal of British
Studies, 31 (4) (1992).
Britons: Forging the Nation, 1707“1837 (London and New Haven, 1992).
Captives: Britain, Empire and the World, 1600“1850 (London, 2002).
Colls, Robert and Philip Dodd, eds., Englishness: Politics and Culture, 1880“1920
(London, 1986).
Colpi, Terry, The Italian Factor: The Italian Community in Great Britain
(Edinburgh, 1991).
˜The Impact of the Second World War on the British Italian Community™,
Immigrants and Minorities, 11 (3) (1992).
Comaroff, Jean and John L. Comaroff, Of Revelation and Revolution, 2 vols.
(Chicago, 1991“7).
Comaroff, John, ˜Images of Empire, Contests of Conscience: Models of Colonial
Domination in South Africa™, in Cooper and Stoler, eds., Tensions of Empire.
Connolly, S. J., ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History (Oxford, 1998).
Constantine, Stephen, The Making of British Colonial Policy 1914“1940 (London,
1984).
Select bibliography
304
Buy & Build: The Advertising Posters of the Empire Marketing Board (London,
1986).
˜ ˜˜Bringing the Empire Alive™™: The Empire Marketing Board and Imperial
Propaganda, 1926“33™, in MacKenzie, ed., Imperialism and Popular Culture.
ed., Migrants and Empire: British Settlement in the Dominions between the Wars
(Manchester, 1990).
Constantine, Stephen, Maurice W. Kirby and Mary B. Rose, eds., The First
World War in British History (London, 1995).
Coombes, Annie E., Reinventing Africa: Museums, Material Culture and Popular
Imagination in Late Victorian and Edwardian England (London and New
Haven, 1994).
Cooper, Frederick, Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge, History (Berkeley,
2005).
Cooper, Frederick and Ann L. Stoler, eds., Tensions of Empire: Colonial Cultures
in a Bourgeois World (Berkeley, 1997).
Costa, Emlia Viotti da, Crowns of Glory, Tears of Blood: The Demerara Slave
Rebellion of 1823 (New York, 1994).
Coulter, Mark, ˜Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson: Imperial Soldier, Political
Failure™, History Ireland, 13 (1) (2005).
Cox, Jeffrey, Imperial Fault Lines: Christianity and Colonial Power in Punjab,
1830“1930 (Stanford, 2001).
˜Were Victorian Nonconformists the Worst Imperialists of All?™, Victorian
Studies, 46 (2004).
Craik, Dinah Mulock, Olive, ed. and intro. Cora Kaplan (Oxford, 1999).
Craton, Michael, Testing the Chains: Resistance to Slavery in the British West
Indies (Ithaca, 1982).
Crowder, M., West Africa under Colonial Rule (London, 1968).
Cumpston, Mary, ˜Some Early Indian Nationalists and their Allies in the British
Parliament, 1851“1906™, English Historical Review, 76 (1961).
Cunliffe, Marcus, Chattel Slavery and Wage Slavery: The Anglo-American Context,
1830“1860 (Athens, GA, 1979).
Curtis, L. P., Apes and Angels: The Irishmen in Victorian Caricature (London,
1971).
Curtis, Liz, Nothing But The Same Old Story: Roots of Anti-Irish Racism (London, 1984).
The Cause of Ireland (Belfast, 1994).
Darian-Smith, Kate, Patricia Grimshaw and Stuart Macintyre, eds., Britishness
Abroad: Transnational Movements and Imperial Cultures (Melbourne,
forthcoming).
Daunton, Martin and Rick Halpern, eds., Empire and Others: British Encounters
with Indigenous Peoples, 1600“1850 (London, 1999).
David, Deirdre, Rule Britannia: Women, Empire and Victorian Writing (Ithaca,
1995).
David, Rob, The Arctic in the British Imagination, 1818“1914 (Manchester, 2000).
Davidoff, Leonore, ˜Class and Gender in Victorian England: The Case of
Hannah Cullwick and A. J. Munby™, in Judith L. Newton, Mary P. Ryan
Select bibliography 305
and Judith R. Walkowitz, eds., Sex and Class in Women™s History (London,
1983).
The Best Circles, new edn (London, 1986).
Davidoff, Leonore and Catherine Hall, Family Fortunes: Men and Women of the
English Middle Class, 1780“1850 (London, 1987; rev. edn, 2002).
Davin, Anna, ˜Imperialism and Motherhood™, History Workshop Journal, 5
(1978); repr. in Cooper and Stoler, Tensions of Empire.
Davis, David Brion, The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1770“1823
(Ithaca, 1975).
Davis, David Brion, Slavery and Human Progress (New York and Oxford, 1984).
˜Re¬‚ections on Abolitionism and Ideological Hegemony™, in Thomas Bender,
ed., The Antislavery Debate (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1992).
Davis, Mary, Sylvia Pankhurst: A Life in Radical Politics (London, 1999).
Davis, R., The Industrial Revolution and English Overseas Trade (Leicester, 1979).
Davis, Richard, Revolutionary Imperialist: William Smith O™Brien 1803“1864
(Dublin, 1998).
Dawson, Graham, Soldier Heroes: British Adventure, Empire and the Imagining of
Masculinities (London, 1994).
Denean Sharpley-Whiting, T., Black Venus: Sexualized Savages, Primal Fears,
and Primitive Narratives in French (Durham, 1999).
Devine, T. M., Scotland™s Empire, 1600“1815 (London, 2003).
deVries, Jacqueline, ˜Rediscovering Christianity after the Postmodern Turn™,
Feminist Studies, 31 (1) (2005).
Dirks, Nicholas, ˜History as a Sign of the Modern™, Public Culture, 2 (1990).
The Scandal of Empire (Cambridge, MA, 2006).
Dixon, Joy, Divine Feminine: Theosophy and Feminism in England (Baltimore,
2001).
Donald, James and Ali Rattansi, eds., ˜Race™, Culture and Difference (London,
1992).
Donaldson, Margaret. ˜ ˜˜The Cultivation of the Heart and the Moulding of the
Will . . . ™™: The Missionary Contribution of the Society for Promoting
Female Education in China, India and the East™, in W. J. Sheils and Diana
Wood, eds., Women in the Church (Oxford, 1990).
Douglas, M. and B. Isherwood, eds., The World of Goods: Towards an
Anthropology of Consumption, rev. edn (London, 1996).
Drescher, Seymour, Capitalism and Antislavery: British Mobilization in Comparative
Perspective (New York and Oxford, 1987).
Duf¬eld, Ian, ˜Skilled Workers or Marginalised Poor? The African Population of
the United Kingdom, 1812“52™, Immigrants and Minorities, 12 (3) (1993).
Duffy, Michael, ˜War, Revolution and the Crisis of the British Empire™, in Mark
Philp, ed., The French Revolution and British Popular Politics (Cambridge, 1991).
Dummett, Ann and Andrew Nicol, Subjects, Citizens, Aliens and Others:
Nationality and Immigration Law (London, 1990).
Dunnae, Patrick A., ˜Boys™ Literature and the Idea of Empire, 1870“1914™,
Victorian Studies, 24 (1) (1980).
Select bibliography
306
Dwight Culler, A., The Victorian Mirror of History (New Haven, 1985).
Eagleton, Terry, ˜Afterword: Ireland and Colonialism™, in McDonough, ed., Was
Ireland a Colony?
Easley, Alexis, First-Person Anonymous: Women Writers and the Victorian Print
Media, 1830“70 (Aldershot, 2004).
Eberle, Roxanne, ˜Amelia Opie™s Adeline Mowbray: Diverting the Libertine Gaze;
or, The Vindication of a Fallen Woman™, Studies in the Novel, 26 (1994).
Edwards, Paul and James Walvin, Black Personalities in the Era of the Slave Trade
(Baton Rouge, 1983).
Elbourne, Elizabeth, Blood Ground: Colonialism, Missions, and the Contest for
Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain, 1799“1853 (Montreal, 2002).
Elkins, Caroline, Britain™s Gulag: The Brutal End of Empire in Kenya (London,
2005). Published in the USA as Imperial Reckoning: The Untold Story of
Britain™s Gulag in Kenya (New York, 2005).
Elliott, Marianne, Partners in Revolution: The United Irishmen and France (New
Haven and London, 1982).
Ellis, S., ˜Representations of the Past in Ireland: Whose Past and Whose
Present?™, Irish Historical Studies, 27 (1991).
Eltis, David, ˜Abolitionist Perceptions of Society after Slavery™, in James Walvin,
ed., British Slavery and Society, 1776“1846 (Baton Rouge, LA, 1982).
Economic Growth and the Ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade (New York
and Oxford, 1987).
Ener, Mine, Managing Egypt™s Poor and the Politics of Benevolence, 1800“1952
(Princeton, 2003).
Esty, Jed, A Shrinking Island: Modernism and National Culture in England
(Princeton, 2004).
Evans, Neil, ˜The South Wales Race Riots of 1919™, Llafur, 3 (1) (1980).
Fahrmeir, Andreas, Foreigners and Law in Britain and German States 1789“1870
(Oxford, 2000).
Fanon, Franz, The Wretched of the Earth (London, 1967).
Farwell, Bryon, Queen Victoria™s Little Wars (New York, 1972).
Fausto-Sterling, Anne, ˜Gender, Race, and Nation: The Comparative Anatomy
of ˜˜Hottentot™™ Women in Europe, 1815“17™, in Kimberley Wallace, ed.,
Skin Deep, Spirit Strong: The Black Female Body in American Culture (Ann
Arbor, 2002).
Feldman, David, ˜The Importance of Being English: Jewish Immigration and
the Decay of Liberal England™, in Feldman and Gareth Stedman Jones,
eds., Metropolis: London: Histories and Representations since 1800 (London,
1989).
Englishmen and Jews: Social Relations and Political Culture 1840“1914 (New
Haven, 1994).
Ferguson, Moira, Subject to Others: British Women Writers and Colonial Slavery,
1670“1834 (London and New York, 1992).
Ferguson, Niall, Empire: The Rise and Demise of the British World Order and the
Lessons for Global Power (New York, 2002).
Select bibliography 307
Fields, Barbara Jeanne, ˜Ideology and Race in American History™, in J. Morgan
and James M. McPherson Kousser, eds., Region, Race, and Reconstruction
(London, 1982).
˜Slavery, Race and Ideology in the United States of America™, New Left Review,
181 (1990).
˜Of Rogues and Geldings™, American Historical Review, 108 (2003).
Finkelstein, David and Douglas M. Peers, eds., Negotiating India in the
Nineteenth-Century Media (Basingstoke, 2000).
Fisher, Michael, Counter¬‚ows to Colonialism: Indian Travellers and Settlers in
Britain, 1600“1857 (Delhi, 2004).
Fishman, W. J., Jewish Radicals: From Tsarist Stetl to London Ghetto (New York,
1974).
Fitzpatrick, David, ˜Ireland and the Empire™, in Porter, ed., Oxford History of the
British Empire, vol. III.
Fladeland, Betty, ˜ ˜˜Our Cause Being One and the Same™™: Abolitionists and
Chartism™, in Walvin, ed., British Slavery and Society.
Fletcher, Ian, ˜Double Meanings: Nation and Empire in the Edwardian Era™, in
Burton, ed., After the Imperial Turn.
Fletcher, Ian Christopher, Laura E. Nym Mayhall and Philippa Levine, eds.,
Women™s Suffrage in the British Empire: Citizenship, Nation and Race
(London, 2000).
Flint, Kate, The Woman Reader 1837“1914 (Oxford, 1993).
Foot, Paul, Immigration and Race in British Politics (London, 1968).
Foster, Roy, ˜We Are All Revisionists Now™, Irish Review, 1 (1986).
Modern Ireland (London, 1988).
˜History and the Irish Question™, in his Paddy and Mr Punch: Connections in
English and Irish History (London, 1993).
Franey, L., Victorian Travel Writing and Imperial Violence (London, 2003).
Fraser, T. G., ˜Ireland and India™, in Jeffery, ed., ˜An Irish Empire™.
Fraser, W. H., The Coming of the Mass Market 1850“1914 (London, 1981).
Fry, Michael, The Scottish Empire (Edinburgh, 2001).
Fryer, Peter, Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain (London,
1984).
Fulford, Tim and Peter J. Kitson, ˜Romanticism and Colonialism: Texts,
Contexts, Issues™, in Fulford and Kitson, eds., Romanticism and
Colonialism: Writing and Empire 1780“1830 (Cambridge, 1998).
Fussell, Paul, The Great War and Modern Memory (Oxford, 1975).
Gainer, Bernard, The Alien Invasion: The Origins of the Aliens Act, 1905 (London,
1972).
Gallagher, Tom, ˜A Tale of Two Cities: Communal Strife in Glasgow and
Liverpool Before 1914™, in Swift and Gilley, eds., The Irish in the Victorian
City.
Gates, Henry Louis, ed., ˜Race™, Writing and Difference (Chicago, 1985).
Geoghegan, Patrick M., The Irish Act of Union: A Study in High Politics,
1798“1801 (Dublin, 1999).
Select bibliography
308
George, Rosemary Marangoly, The Politics of Home: Postcolonial Relocations and
Twentieth-century Fiction (Cambridge, MA, 2002).
Gerzina, Gretchen, Black England: Life Before Emancipation (London, 1995).
Ghose, Indira, Women Travellers in Colonial India (Delhi, 1998).
Ghosh, Durba, ˜Decoding the Nameless: Gender, Subjectivity and Historical
Methodologies in Reading the Archives of Colonial India™, in Wilson, ed.,
New Imperial History.
Ghosh, P. R., ˜Macaulay and the Heritage of the Enlightenment™, English
Historical Review, 112 (446) (April 1997).
Gikandi, Simon, Maps of Englishness: Writing Identity in the Culture of
Colonialism (London and New York, 1996).
Giles, J., The Parlour and the Suburb: Domestic Identities, Class, Femininity and
Modernity (London, 2004).
Gilman, Sander L., ˜Black Bodies, White Bodies: Toward an Iconography of
Female Sexuality in Late Nineteenth-Century Art, Medicine, and
Literature™, in Gates, ed., ˜Race™, Writing and Difference.
Difference and Pathology: Stereotypes of Sexuality, Race, and Madness (Ithaca,
1985).
Gilroy, Paul, ˜There Ain™t No Black in the Union Jack™: The Cultural Politics of
Race and Nation (Chicago, 1987).
The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (Cambridge, MA, 1993).
˜One Nation Under a Groove: The Cultural Politics of Race and Racism in
Britain™, in Geoff Eley and Ronald Grigor Suny, eds., Becoming National: A
Reader (Oxford, 1996).
Girouard, Mark, The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman
(New Haven and London, 1981).
Goodman, J., Tobacco in History: The Cultures of Dependence (London, 1993).
Gould, Eliga, The Persistence of Empire: British Political Culture in the Age of the
American Revolution (Chapel Hill, 2000).
Grayzel, Susan R., Women™s Identities At War: Gender, Motherhood and Politics in
Britain and France during the First World War (Chapel Hill, 1999).
Green, E. H. H., The Crisis of Conservatism: The Politics, Economics, and Ideology
of the Conservative Party, 1880“1914 (London, 1995).
Green, Jeffrey, Black Edwardians: Black People in Britain 1901“1914 (London,
1998).
Greenhut, Jeffrey, ˜Race, Sex, and War: The Impact of Race and Sex on Morale
and Health Services for the Indian Corps on the Western Front, 1914™,
Military Affairs, 45 (2) (1981).
Greenlee, James G., Education and Imperial Unity, 1901“1926 (New York and
London, 1987).
Gregory, Derek, The Colonial Present (Oxford, 2004).
Grimshaw, Patricia, Marilyn Lake, Ann McGrath and Marian Quartly, Women™s
Suffrage in Zealand (Auckland, 1972).
Creating a Nation (Ringwood, Victoria, 1994).
Select bibliography 309
Groot, Joanna de, ˜ ˜˜Sex™™ and ˜˜Race™™: The Construction of Language and
Image in the Nineteenth Century™, in Hall, ed., Cultures of Empire.
Guan, Shijie, ˜Chartism and the First Opium War™, History Workshop, 24 (1987).
Guha, Ranajit, Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency in Colonial India (Delhi,
1983).
˜Not at Home in Empire™, Critical Inquiry, 23 (3) (1997).
Gullace, Nicoletta F., ˜The Blood of Our Sons™: Men, Women, and the
Renegotiation of British Citizenship During the Great War (New York, 2002).
Haines, Robin F., Emigration and the Labouring Poor: Australian Recruitment in
Britain and Ireland, 1831“60 (Basingstoke, 1999).
Hall, Catherine, White, Male and Middle Class: Explorations in Feminism and
History (Cambridge, 1992).
˜Missionary Stories: Gender and Ethnicity in England in the 1830s and 1840s™,
in her White, Male, and Middle Class.
˜ ˜˜From Greenland™s Icy Mountains . . . to Afric™s Golden Sand™™: Ethnicity,
Race and Nation in Mid-Nineteenth-Century England™, Gender and
History, 5 (1993).
˜Gender Politics and Imperial Politics: Rethinking the Histories of Empire™, in
Verene Shepherd, Bridget Brereton and Barbara Bailey, eds., Engendering
History: Caribbean Women in Historical Perspective (New York, 1995).
ed., Cultures of Empire: Colonizers in Britain and the Empire in the Nineteenth
and Twentieth Centuries: A Reader (Manchester, 2000).
˜The Rule of Difference: Gender, Class and Empire in the Making of the 1832
Reform Act™, in Ida Blom, Karen Hagemann and Catherine Hall, eds.,
Gendered Nations: Nationalisms and Gender Order in the Long Nineteenth
Century (Oxford, 2000).
Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination, 1830“1867
(Cambridge and Chicago, 2002).
˜Remembering Edward Said™, History Workshop Journal, 57 (2004).
˜Imperial Careering at Home: Harriet Martineau on Empire™, in Alan Lester
and David Lambert, eds., Colonial Lives across the British Empire: Imperial
Careering in the Long Nineteenth Century (Cambridge, 2006).
Hall, Catherine, Keith McClelland and Jane Rendall, De¬ning the Victorian
Nation: Class, Race, Gender and the British Reform Act of 1867 (Cambridge,
2000).
Hall, Stuart, ˜The Rise of the Representative/Interventionist State 1880s“1920s™,
in Gregor McLennan, David Held and Stuart Hall, eds., State and Society in
Contemporary Britain: A Critical Introduction (Cambridge, 1984).
˜Conclusion: The Multi-Cultural Question™, in Barnor Hesse, ed., Un/Settled
Multiculturalisms: Diaspora, Entanglements, ˜Transruptions™ (London, 2000).
Hall, Stuart, Chas Critcher, Tony Jefferson, John Clarke and Brian Roberts,
Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State, and Law and Order (London, 1978).
Hall, Stuart and Bill Schwarz, ˜State and Society, 1880“1930™, in Mary Langan
and Bill Schwarz, eds., Crises in the British State 1880“1930 (London, 1985).
Hamburger, Joseph, Macaulay and the Whig Tradition (Chicago, 1976).
Select bibliography
310
Hammerton, A. James, Emigrant Gentlewomen: Genteel Poverty and Female
Emigration, 1830“1914 (London, 1979).
˜Gender and Migration™, in Philippa Levine, ed., Gender and Empire (Oxford,
2004).
Hampshire, James, Citizenship and Belonging: Immigration and the Politics of
Demographic Government in Postwar Britain (Basingstoke, 2005).
Harcourt, Freda, ˜Disraeli™s Imperialism, 1866“1868: A Question of Timing™,
Historical Journal, 23 (1) (1980).
Harlow, Barbara and Mia Carter, eds., Imperialism and Orientalism: A
Documentary Sourcebook (Oxford, 1999).
Harnetty, P., Imperialism and Free Trade: Lancashire and India in the 19th
Century (Manchester, 1972).
Harris, Clive and Gail Lewis, ˜Black Women™s Employment and the British
Economy™, in Winston James and Clive Harris, eds., Inside Babylon: The
Caribbean Diaspora in Britain (London, 1993).
˜Post-war Migration and the Industrial Reserve Army™, in Winston James and
Clive Harris, eds., Inside Babylon: The Caribbean Diaspora in Britain
(London, 1993).
Harris, Jose, Private Lives, Public Spirit: A Social History of Britain, 1870“1914
(Oxford, 1993).
Harrison, Brian, Drink and the Victorians: The Temperance Question in England,
1815“1872 (London, 1971; rev. edn, Keele, 1994).
Separate Spheres: The Opposition to Women™s Suffrage in Britain (London, 1978).
Harrison, Royden, The Life and Times of Sidney and Beatrice Webb 1858“1905:
The Formative Years (London, 2000).
Havinden, M., Colonialism and Development: Britain and its Tropical Colonies
1850“1960 (London, 1993).
Heathorn, Stephen, For Home, Country, and Race: Constructing Gender, Class,
and Englishness in the Elementary School, 1880“1914 (Toronto, 2000).
Hechter, Michael, Internal Colonialism: The Celtic Fringe in British National
Development, 1536“1966 (London and Berkeley, 1975).
Hendley, Matthew, ˜Constructing the Citizen: The Primrose League and the
De¬nition of Citizenship in the Age of Mass Democracy in Britain,
1918“1928™, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, 7 (1996).
Himmelfarb, Gertrude, The Idea of Poverty: England in the Early Industrial Age
(New York, 1984).
Poverty and Compassion: The Moral Imagination of the Late Victorians
(New York, 1991).
Hindley, D. and G. Hindley, Advertising in Victorian England 1837“1901 (London,
1972).
Hobsbawm, Eric and Terence Ranger, eds., The Invention of Tradition
(Cambridge, 1983).
´
Hobsbawm, E. J. and George Rude, Captain Swing (London, 1969).
Hochschild, Adam, Bury the Chains: The British Struggle to Abolish Slavery
(London, 2005).
Select bibliography 311
Hoffenberg, Peter, An Empire on Display: English, Indian and Australian
Exhibitions from the Crystal Palace to the Great War (California, 2001).
Holland, Robert, ˜The British Empire and the Great War, 1914“1918™, in Brown
and Louis, ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. IV.
Hollis, Patricia, ed., Pressure From Without in Early Victorian England (London,
1974).
˜Anti-Slavery and British Working-Class Radicalism in the Years of Reform™,
in Christine Bolt and Seymour Drescher, eds., Anti-Slavery, Religion and
Reform (Folkestone, Kent, 1980).
Holmes, Colin, John Bull™s Island: Immigration and British Society, 1871“1971
(Basingstoke, 1988).
˜Historians and Immigration™, in Michael Drake, ed., Time, Family and
Community: Perspectives on Family and Community in History (Oxford, 1994).
Holston, James and Arjun Appadurai, ˜Cities and Citizenship™, Public Culture, 8
(1996).
Holt, Thomas C., ˜ ˜˜An Empire Over the Mind™™: Emancipation, Race, and
Ideology in the British West Indies and the American South™, in J. Morgan
Kousser and James M. McPherson, eds., Region, Race and Reconstruction:
Essays in Honor of C. Vann Woodward (New York, 1982).
The Problem of Freedom: Race, Labor, and Politics in Jamaica and Britain,
1832“1938 (Baltimore, 1992).
˜Race, Race-making and the Writing of History™, American Historical Review,
100 (1) (1995).
Hopkins, A. G., ˜Back to the Future: From National History to Imperial
History™, Past and Present, 164 (1999).
ed., Globalization in World History (London, 2002).
Horn, Pamela, ˜English Elementary Education and the Growth of the Imperial
Ideal: 1880“1914™, in Mangan, ed., Bene¬ts Bestowed?
Howard, Carol, ˜ ˜˜ The Story of the Pineapple™™: Sentimental Abolitionism and
Moral Motherhood in Amelia Opie™s Adeline Mowbray™, Studies in the
Novel, 30 (1998).
Howe, Stephen, Anticolonialism in British Politics: The Left and the End of Empire,
1918“1964 (Oxford, 1993).
Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies in Irish History and Culture (Oxford,
2000).
Empire: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2002).
˜Internal Decolonisation? British Politics since Thatcher as Postcolonial
Trauma™, Twentieth Century British History, 14 (2003).
Hughes, Robert, The Fatal Shore (New York, 1987).
Hyam, R., Britain™s Imperial Century (London, 1974).
Hyam, Ronald, ˜Concubinage and the Colonial Service: The Crewe Circular
(1909)™, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 14 (3) (1986).
Jackson, Alvin, ˜The Irish Act of Union™, History Today, 51 (1) (2001).
James, C. L. R., The Black Jacobins (New York, 1989).
Jarrett-Macauley, Delia, The Life of Una Marson, 1905“65 (Manchester, 1998).
Select bibliography
312
Jarvis, David, ˜ ˜˜Behind Every Great Party™™: Women and Conservatism
in Twentieth-century Britain™, in Vickery, ed., Women, Privilege and Power.
Jeffery, Keith, ed., ˜An Irish Empire™? Aspects of Ireland and the British Empire
(Manchester, 1996).
Jenkinson, Jacqueline, ˜The Glasgow Race Disturbances of 1919™, Immigrants and
Minorities, 4 (2) (1985).
˜The Black Community of Salford and Hull, 1919“21™, Immigrants and
Minorities, 7 (2) (1988).
Johnson, Dale, The Changing Shape of English Nonconformity 1825“1925
(New York, 1999).
Johnston, Anna, Missionary Writing and Empire, 1800“1860 (Cambridge, 2003).
Jones, Aled and Bill Jones, ˜The Welsh World and the British Empire, c.
1851“1939™, in Bridge and Fedorowich, eds., The British World.
Jones, Gareth Stedman, Outcast London: A Study in the Relationship between
Classes in Victorian Society (Oxford, 1971).
˜Working-Class Culture and Working-Class Politics in London, 1870“1900:
Notes on the Remaking of a Working Class™, in his Languages of Class:
Studies in English Working Class History (Cambridge, 1983).
Jones, Vivien, ˜Reading for England: Austen, Taste and Female Patriotism™,
European Romantic Review, 16 (April 2005).
Joshua, Harris, Tina Wallace and Heather Booth, To Ride the Storm: The 1980
Bristol ˜Riot™ and the State (London, 1983).
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 3 (1) (2002), Special Issue: ˜From
Orientalism to Ornamentalism: Empire and Difference in History™.
Judd, Denis, Empire: The British Imperial Experience, from 1765 to the Present
(London, 1996).
Kaplan, Amy, The Anarchy of Empire in the Making of U.S. Culture (Cambridge,
MA, 2002).
Kaplan, Cora, ˜ ˜˜A Heterogeneous Thing™™: Female Childhood and the Rise of
Racial Thinking in Victorian Britain™, in Diana Fuss, ed., Human, All Too
Human (London and New York, 1996).
˜Black Heroes/White Writers: Toussaint L™Ouverture and the Literary
Imagination™, History Workshop Journal, 46 (1998).
Kaushik, Harish P., Indian National Congress in England (Delhi, 1991).
Kearney, Hugh, The British Isles: A History of Four Nations (Cambridge,
1989).
Kennedy, Dane, ˜Empire Settlement in Post-war Reconstruction: The Role of
the Oversea Settlement Committee, 1919“1922™, Albion, 20 (1988).
Britain and Empire, 1880“1945 (London, 2002).
Kenny, Kevin, ed., Ireland and the British Empire (Oxford, 2004).
Kent, Susan Kingsley, Making Peace: The Reconstruction of Gender in Interwar
Britain (Princeton, 1993).
Gender and Power in Britain, 1640“1990 (London, 1999).
Kidd, A. and D. Nicholls, eds., Gender, Civic Culture and Consumerism: Middle
Class Identity in Britain 1800“1940 (Manchester, 1999).
Select bibliography 313
Kienzle, Beverly Mayne and Pamela J. Walker, eds., Women Preachers and
Prophets through Two Millennia of Christianity (Berkeley, 1998).
Kiernan, V. G., The Lords of Human Kind: European Attitudes to the Outside
World in the Imperial Age (London, 1969).
Killingray, David, ˜Africans in the United Kingdom: An Introduction™,
Immigrants and Minorities, 12 (3) (1993).
Kinealy, Christine, This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine 1845“52 (Dublin, 1994;
2nd edn, 2006).
˜Beyond Revisionism: Reassessing the Irish Famine™, History Ireland, 4 (4) (1995).
A Disunited Kingdom? England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales 1800“1949
(Cambridge, 1999).
˜The Orange Order and Representations of Britishness™, in Stephen Caunce,
Ewa Mazierska, Susan Sydney-Smith and John K. Walton, eds., Relocating
Britishness (Manchester, 2004).
˜Was Ireland a Colony? The Evidence of the Great Famine™, in McDonough,
ed., Was Ireland a Colony?
King, Anthony, Urbanism, Colonialism and the World-Economy: Cultural and
Spatial Foundations of the World Urban System (London, 1990).
Kirk, Neville, Comrades and Cousins: Globalization, Workers and Labour Movements
in Britain, the USA and Australia from the 1880s to 1914 (London, 2003).
Kirk-Greene, Anthony, Britain™s Imperial Administrators, 1858“1966 (Basingstoke,
2000).
Klug, Francesca, ˜ ˜˜Oh, To Be in England™™: The British Case Study™, in Nira
Yuval-Davis and Floya Anthius, eds., Woman-Nation-State (London, 1989).
Koditschek, Theodore, Class Formation and Urban Industrial Society
(Cambridge, 1990).
Kolchin, Peter, ˜Whiteness Studies: The New History of Race in America™,
Journal of American History, 89 (1) (2003).
Koven, Seth, Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian London
(Princeton, 2004).
Koven, Seth and Sonya Michel, eds., Mothers of a New World: Maternalist
Politics and the Origins of Welfare States (London, 1993).
Kowaleski-Wallace, E., Consuming Subjects: Women, Shopping, and Business in
the Eighteenth Century (New York, 1997).
Kramer, Paul, ˜Empires, Exceptions, and Anglo-Saxons: Race and Rule Between
the British and United States Empires, 1880“1910™, Journal of American
History, 88 (4) (2002).
Krebs, Paula, Gender, Race and the Writing of Empire: Public Discourse and the
Boer War (Cambridge, 1999).
Kriegel, Lara, ˜The Pudding and the Palace: Labor, Print Cultures and Imperial
Britain in 1851™, in Burton, After the Imperial Turn.
Lahiri, Shompa, Indians in Britain: Anglo-Indian Encounters, Race and Identity
1880“1930 (London, 2000).
Lake, Marilyn, ˜From Mississippi to Melbourne via Natal: The Invention of the
Literacy Test as a Technology of Racial Exclusion™, in Ann Curthoys and
Select bibliography
314
Marilyn Lake, eds., Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective
(Canberra, 2005).
Landau, Paul Stuart, The Realm of the Word: Language, Gender, and Christianity
in a Southern African Kingdom (Portsmouth, 1995).
Laqueur, Thomas, Religion and Respectability: Sunday Schools and Working-Class
Culture 1780“1850 (New Haven, 1976).
Lawless, Richard, From Ta™izz to Tyneside: An Arab Community in the North-East
of England During the Early Twentieth Century (Exeter, 1995).
Lawrence, Jon, ˜Forging a Peaceable Kingdom: War, Violence and the Fear of
Brutalization in Post First World War Britain™, Journal of Modern History,
75 (2004).
Lawson, Philip, The East India Company: A History (London, 1993).
A Taste for Empire and Glory: Studies in British Overseas Expansion, 1660“1800
(Aldershot, 1997).
Leask, Nigel, Curiosity and the Aesthetics of Travel Writing, 1770“1840 (Oxford, 2002).
Ledbetter, Kathryn, ˜Bonnets and Rebellions: Imperialism in the Lady™s
Newspaper™, Victorian Periodicals Review, 37 (2004).
Lee, Debbie, Slavery and the Romantic Imagination (Philadelphia, 2002).
Lees, P. J., B. Piatek and I. Curyllo-Klag, eds., The British Migrant Experience,
1700“2000: An Anthology (London, 2002).
Lemire, Beverly, Fashion™s Favourite: The Cotton Trade and the Consumer in
Britain, 1660“1800 (Oxford, 1991).
˜Fashioning Cottons: Asian Trade, Domestic Industry and Consumer
Demand 1660“1780™, in D. Jenkins, Cambridge History of Western Textiles
(Cambridge, 2003).
Lester, Alan, Imperial Networks: Creating Identities in Nineteenth-century South
Africa and Britain (London, 2001).
˜British Settler Discourse and Circuits of Empire™, History Workshop Journal,
54 (2002).
˜Constructing Colonial Discourse™, in Alison Blunt and Cheryl McEwan, eds.,
Postcolonial Geographies (London, 2002).
Levine, George, The Boundaries of Fiction: Carlyle, Macaulay, Newman (Princeton,
1968).
Levine, Philippa, ˜The Humanising In¬‚uences of Five O™clock Tea™, Victorian
Studies, 33 (1990).
˜Battle Colors: Race, Sex, and Colonial Soldiery in World War I™, Journal of
Women™s History, 9 (4) (1998).
˜The White Slave Trade and the British Empire™, Criminal Justice History, 17
(2002).
Prostitution, Race, and Politics: Policing Venereal Disease in the British Empire
(London and New York, 2003).
Levy, Andrea, Small Island (London, 2004).
Lew, Joseph, ˜ ˜˜That Abominable Traf¬c™™: Mans¬eld Park and the Dynamics of
Slavery™, in Beth Fowkes Tobin, ed., History, Gender and Eighteenth Century
Literature (Athens, GA, 1994).
Select bibliography 315
Lewis, Gail, ˜From Deepest Kilburn™, in Liz Heron, ed., Truth, Dare, or Promise:
Girls Growing Up in the Fifties (London, 1985).
˜Racialising Culture is Ordinary™, in Elizabeth B. Silva and Tony Bennett,
eds., Contemporary Culture and Everyday Life (Durham, 2004).
Lewis, Gail and Sarah Neal, ˜Introduction: Contemporary Political Contexts,
Changing Terrains and Revisited Discourses™, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28
(3) (2005).
¨
Lewis, Martin W. and Karen E. Wigen, The Myth of Continents: A Critique of
Metageography (Berkeley, 1997).
Light, Alison, Forever England: Femininity, Literature and Conservatism Between
the Wars (London, 1991).
Lindfors, Bernth, ˜ ˜˜The Hottentot Venus™™ and Other African Attractions in
Nineteenth-Century England™, Australasian Drama Studies, 1 (2) (1983).
Linebaugh, Peter, The London Hanged: Crime and Society in the Eighteenth
Century (London, 1992).
Linebaugh, Peter and Marcus Rediker, The Many-Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves,
Commoners, and the Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic (Boston, 2000).
Little, Kenneth Lindsay, Negroes in Britain: A Study of Race Relations in an
English City (1948, rev. edn, London, 1972).
Logan, M., Narrating Africa: George Henty and the Fiction of Empire (New York,
1999).
Loomba, Ania, Colonialism/Postcolonialism, 2nd edn (London, 2005).
Shakespeare, Race and Colonialism (Oxford, 2002).
Lorimer, Douglas, Colour, Class and the Victorians: English Attitudes to the Negro
in the Mid-Nineteenth Century (Leicester, 1978).
˜Reconstructing Victorian Racial Discourse: Images of Race, the Language of
Race Relations, and the Context of Black Resistance™, in Gretchen Holbrook
Gerzina, ed., Black Victorians/Black Victoriana (New Brunswick, NJ, 2003).
Louis, Wm. Roger, ˜Introduction™, in Robin W. Winks, ed., The Oxford History
of the British Empire, vol. V: Historiography (Oxford, 1999).
Lovegrove, Deryck W., Established Church, Sectarian People: Itinerancy and the
Transformation of English Dissent, 1780“1830 (Cambridge, 1988).
McBriar, A. M., Fabian Socialism and English Politics, 1884“1918 (Cambridge, 1962).
McCalman, Iain, ˜Anti-Slavery and Ultra-Radicalism in Early Nineteenth England:
The Case of Robert Wedderburn™, Slavery and Abolition, 7 (1986).
McClintock, Anne, ˜The Angel of Progress: Pitfalls of the Term ˜˜Post-
colonialism™™ ™, in P. Williams and L. Chrisman, eds., Colonial Discourse and
Postcolonial Theory (New York, 1994).
Imperial Leather: Race, Gender and Sexuality in the Colonial Context (London
and New York, 1995).
McCracken, Donal P., ˜MacBride™s Brigade in the Anglo-Boer War™, History
Ireland, 8 (1) (2000).
MacDonald, Robert H., ˜Reproducing the Middle-Class Boy: From Purity to
Patriotism in the Boys™ Magazines, 1892“1914™, Journal of Contemporary
History, 24 (3) (1989).
Select bibliography
316
Sons of the Empire: The Frontier and the Boy Scout Movement, 1890“1918
(Toronto, 2003).
McDonough, Terrence, ed., Was Ireland a Colony? Economics, Politics and
Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Dublin, 2005).
McDowell, R. B., The Irish Administration 1801“1914 (London, 1964).
McGovern, Mark, ˜The Siege of Derry™, in D. George Boyce and Roger Swift,
eds., Problems and Perspectives in Irish History since 1800 (Dublin, 2003).
Machin, G. I. T., Politics and the Churches in Great Britain, 1832“1868 (Oxford, 1977).
Politics and the Churches in Great Britain, 1869 to 1921 (Oxford, 1987).
McKay, Claude, A Long Way from Home (New York, 1970).
MacKenzie, John M., Propaganda and Empire: The Manipulation of British
Public Opinion, 1880“1960 (Manchester, 1984).
ed., Imperialism and Popular Culture (Manchester, 1986).
ed., Popular Imperialism and the Military, 1850“1950 (Manchester, 1992).
˜Essay and Re¬‚ection: On Scotland and the Empire™, International History
Review, 15 (1993).
˜Empire and Metropolitan Cultures™, in Porter, ed., Oxford History of the
British Empire, vol. III.
McLeod, Hugh, Class and Religion in the Late Victorian City (London, 1974).
MacRaild, Donald, ed., The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migration in Britain
in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Dublin, 2000).
Maguire, G. E., Conservative Women: A History of Women and the Conservative
Party, 1874“1997 (London, 1998).
Malchow, Howard L., Population Pressures: Emigration and Government in Late
Nineteenth-Century Britain (Palo Alto, 1979).
Maly, Willy, ˜Nationalism and Revisionism: Ambivalences and Dissensus™, in
Scott Brewster, Virginia Crossman, Fiona Beckett and David Alderson,
eds., Ireland in Proximity: History, Gender, Space (London, 1999).
Mandler, Peter, History and National Life (London, 2002).
Mangan, J. A., ˜Images of Empire in the Late Victorian Public School™, Journal of
Educational Administration and History, 12 (1) (1980).
Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian Public School (Cambridge, 1981).
The Games Ethic and Imperialism: Aspects of the Diffusion of an Ideal
(Harmondsworth, 1986).
ed., ˜Bene¬ts Bestowed™? Education and British Imperialism (Manchester, 1988).
ed., Making Imperial Mentalities: Socialisation and British Imperialism
(Manchester, 1990).
Marriott, John, ˜In Darkest England: The Poor, the Crowd and Race in the
Nineteenth-Century Metropolis™, in Phil Cohen, ed., New Ethnicities,
Old Racisms? (London, 1999).
Marsh, Jan, ed., Black Victorians: Black People in British Art 1800“1900 (Manchester
and Birmingham, 2005).
Marshall, P. J., ˜The Moral Swing to the East: British Humanitarianism, India
and the West Indies™, in Kenneth Ballhatchet and John Harrison, eds., East
India Company Studies (Hong Kong, 1986).
Select bibliography 317
Bengal: The British Bridgehead, Eastern India, 1740“1828. The New Cambridge
History of India, vol. II, part 2 (Cambridge, 1987).
˜Empire and Authority in the Later Eighteenth Century™, Journal of Imperial
and Commonwealth History, 15 (2) (1987).
Trade and Conquest: Studies in the Rise of British Dominance in India
(Aldershot, 1993).
˜No Fatal Impact? The Elusive History of Imperial Britain™, Times Literary
Supplement, 12 March 1993.
Massey, Doreen, Space, Place and Gender (Cambridge, 1994).
Maughan, Steven S., ˜Civic Culture, Women™s Foreign Missions, and the British
Imperial Imagination, 1860“1914™, in Frank Trentmann, ed., Paradoxes of
Civil Society: New Perspectives on Modern German and British History
(New York and Oxford, 2000).
Mavor, Carol, Pleasures Taken: Performances of Sexuality and Loss in Victorian
Photographs (Durham, 1995).
May, Roy and Robin Cohen, ˜The Interaction Between Race and Colonialism: A
Case Study of the Liverpool Race Riots of 1919™, Race and Class, 14 (2)
(1974).
Mayhall, Laura E. Nym, The Militant Suffrage Movement: Citizenship and
Resistance in Britain, 1860“1930 (Oxford, 2003).
Meredith, David, ˜Imperial Images: The Empire Marketing Board, 1926“32™,
History Today, 37 (1) (1987).
Merians, Linda E., Envisioning the Worst: Representations of ˜Hottentots™ in Early-
modern England (Newark, London and Cranbury, 2001).
Metcalf, Thomas R., Ideologies of the Raj (Cambridge, 1994).
Meyer, Susan, Imperialism at Home: Race and Victorian Women™s Fiction (Ithaca,
1996).
Midgley, Clare, Women Against Slavery: The British Campaigns, 1780“1870
(London, 1992).
˜Anti-slavery and Feminism in Britain™, Gender and History, 5 (1993).
˜Slave Sugar Boycotts, Female Activism and the Domestic Base of Anti-slavery
Culture™, Slavery and Abolition, 17 (1996).
˜Anti-slavery and the Roots of Imperial Feminism™, in Midgley, ed., Gender
and Imperialism (Manchester, 1998).
˜Female Emancipation in an Imperial Frame: English Women and the Campaign
Against Sati (Widow-burning) in India, 1813“30™, Women™s History Review, 9
(2000).
˜Can Women Be Missionaries? Envisioning Female Agency in the Early
Nineteenth-century British Empire™, Journal of British Studies, 45 (2) (April
2006).
Millgate, Jane, Macaulay (London, 1973).
Mintz, Sidney, Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History
(Harmondsworth and New York, 1985).
Mitchell, Sally, The Fallen Angel: Chastity, Class, and Women™s Reading, 1835“1880
(Bowling Green, KY, 1981).
Select bibliography
318
Moch, Leslie Page, Moving Europeans: Migration in Western Europe since 1650
(Bloomington, 1992).
Moore, Jonathan, Ulster Unionism and the British Conservative Party: A Study of a
Failed Marriage (London, 1997).
Morawska, Ewa and Willfried Spohn, ˜Moving Europeans in the Globalizing
World: Contemporary Migrations in a Historical-Comparative Perspective
(1855“1994 v. 1870“1914)™, in Wang, ed., Global History and Migrations.
Morgan, Cecilia, ˜ ˜˜A Wigwam to Westminster™™: Performing Mohawk Identities
in Imperial Britain, 1890s“1900s™, Gender and History, 15 (2) (2003).
Morgan, Jennifer L., ˜ ˜˜Some Could Suckle over Their Shoulder™™: Male Travelers,
Female Bodies, and the Gendering of Racial Ideology, 1500“1770™, William
and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 54 (1) (1997).
Morgan, Sue, ed., Women, Religion and Feminism in Britain, 1750“1900
(Basingstoke, 2002).
Morrison, Toni, Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination
(Cambridge, MA and London, 1993).
Mosse, Werner E., ed., Second Chance: Two Centuries of German Speaking Jews in
the United Kingdom (Tubingen, 1991).
Moynagh, Maureen, Essays on Race and Empire: Nancy Cunard (Peterbrough,
ON, 2002).
Munck, R., The Irish Economy: Results and Prospects (London, 1993).
Murdoch, Alexander, British Emigration 1603“1914 (London, 2004).
Murray, Jocelyn, ˜Gender Attitudes and the Contribution of Women to
Evangelism and Ministry in the Nineteenth Century™, in John Wolffe, ed.,
Evangelical Faith and Public Zeal: Evangelicals and Society in Britain
1780“1980 (London, 1995).
Nair, Janaki, ˜Uncovering the Zenana: Visions of Indian Womanhood in
Englishwomen™s Writings, 1813“1940™, Journal of Women™s History, 2 (1) (1990).
Neal, Frank, Sectarian Violence: The Liverpool Experience 1819“1914: An Aspect of
Anglo-Irish History (Manchester, 1988).
Neill, Stephen, Colonialism and Christian Missions (New York, 1966).
Newsinger, John, Fenianism in Mid-Victorian Britain (London, 1994).
Newton, Judith, ˜Sex and Political Economy in the Edinburgh Review™, in her
Starting Over: Feminism and the Politics of Cultural Critique (Ann Arbor, 1994).
Nightingale, P., Trade and Empire in Western India 1784“1806 (Cambridge,
1970).
Nirenberg, David, Communities of Violence: Persecution of Minorities in the
Middle Ages (Princeton, 1996).
Noiriel, Gerard, The French Melting Pot: Immigration, Citizenship, and National
Identity (Minneapolis, 1996).
Nussbaum, Felicity, Torrid Zones: Maternity, Sexuality and Empire in Eighteenth
Century English Narratives (Baltimore, 1995).
O™Brien, Patrick and Stanley Engerman, ˜Exports and the Growth of the British
Economy™, in B. Solow, ed., Slavery and the Rise of the Atlantic System
(Cambridge, 1991).
Select bibliography 319
O™Tuathaigh, M. A. G., ˜The Irish in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Problems of
Integration™, in Swift and Gilley, eds., The Irish in the Victorian City.
Oddy, D. and D. Miller, The Making of the Modern British Diet (London, 1976).
Ofonagoro, W., Trade and Imperialism in Southern Nigeria (New York, 1979).
Ogborn, Miles, ˜Gotcha!™, History Workshop Journal, 56 (2003).
Ohlmeyer, Jane H., ˜A Laboratory for Empire?: Early Modern Ireland and
English Imperialism™, in Kenny, ed., Ireland and the British Empire.
Old¬eld, J. R., Popular Politics and British Anti-Slavery: The Mobilisation of
Public Opinion Against the Slave Trade, 1787“1807 (Manchester, 1995).
Olorunfemi, A., ˜The Liquor Traf¬c Dilemma in British West Africa™, International
Journal of African Historical Studies, 17 (1984).
Opie, Amelia, Adeline Mowbray, ed. Shelly King and John B. Pierce ((1805)
Oxford, 1999).
Orazem, Claudia, Political Economy and Fiction in the Early Works of Harriet
Martineau (Frankfort, 1999).
Page, Judith W., Wordsworth and the Cultivation of Women (Berkeley, 1994).
Paisley, Fiona, ˜Performing ˜˜New Zealand™™: Maori and Pakeha Delegates at the
Pan-Paci¬c Women™s Conference, Hawai™i, 1934™, New Zealand Journal of
History, 38 (1) (2004).
Palmer, Stanley, Police and Protest in England and Ireland, 1780“1850 (Cambridge,
1988).
Panayi, Panikos, ˜The British Empire Union in the First World War™, in Tony
Kushner and Kenneth Lunn, eds., The Politics of Marginality: Race, the
Radical Right and Minorities in Twentieth Century Britain (London, 1990).
The Enemy in Our Midst: Germans in Britain During the First World War
(New York, 1991).
Immigration, Ethnicity and Racism in Britain, 1815“1945 (Manchester, 1994).
˜Anti-German Riots in Britain During the First World War™, in Panayi, ed.,
Racial Violence in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
(London, 1996).
˜The Historiography of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities: Britain Compared
with the USA™, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 19 (4) (1996).
Paravisini-Gebert, Lizabeth, ˜Mrs Seacole™s Wonderful Adventures in Many Lands
and the Consciousness of Transit™, in Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, ed.,
Black Victorians, Black Victoriana (New Brunswick, 2003).
Parker, Andrew, Nancy Russo, Doris Sommer and Patricia Yeager, eds.,
Nationalisms and Sexualities (New York, 1992).
Paul, Kathleen, Whitewashing Britain: Race and Citizenship in the Postwar Era
(Ithaca, 1997).
Paxton, Nancy, ˜Complicity and Resistance in the Writings of Flora Annie Steel
and Annie Besant™, in Nupur Chaudhuri and Margaret Strobel, eds.,
Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance (Bloomington,
1992).
Writing Under the Raj: Gender, Race and Rape in the British Imagination,
1830“1857 (New Brunswick, 1999).
Select bibliography
320
Peach, Ceri, West Indian Migration to Britain: A Social Geography (Baltimore, 1965).
Pearson, Jacqueline, Women™s Reading in Britain 1750“1835: A Dangerous
Recreation (Cambridge, 1999).
Pedersen, Susan, ˜Gender, Welfare, and Citizenship in Britain During the Great
War™, American Historical Review, 95 (1990).
Family, Dependence and the Origins of the Welfare State: Britain and France,
1914“1945 (Cambridge, 1993).
Peers, Douglas M., Between Mars and Mammon: Colonial Armies and the
Garrison State in Early Nineteenth-Century India (London, 1995).
˜Privates off Parade: Regimenting Sexuality in the Nineteenth-Century Indian
Empire™, International History Review, 20 (4) (1998).
Pelling, Henry, ˜British Labour and British Imperialism™, in his Popular Politics
and Society in Late Victorian Britain (London, 1968).
Penn, Alan, Targeting Schools: Drill, Militarism and Imperialism (London, 1999).
Perry, Adele, On the Edge of Empire: Gender, Race, and the Making of British
Columbia, 1849“1871 (Toronto, 2000).
Peterson, Linda, ˜Women Writers and Self-writing™, in Joanne Shattock, ed.,
Women and Literature in Britain 1800“1900 (Cambridge, 2001).
Phillips, Caryl, The Final Passage (London, 1985).
Pieterse, Jan Niederven, White on Black: Images of Africa and Blacks in Western
Popular Culture (New Haven, 1992).
´
Piggin, Frederic Stuart, ˜Halevy Revisited: The Origins of the Wesleyan
Methodist Missionary Society: An Examination of Semmel™s Thesis™,
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 9 (1) (1980).
Making Evangelical Missionaries, 1789“1858: The Social Background, Motives,
and Training of British Protestant Missionaries to India (Abingdon, 1984).
Pivar, David J., ˜The Military, Prostitution, and Colonial Peoples: India and the
Philippines, 1885“1917™, Journal of Sex Research, 17 (3) (1981).
Pocock, J. G. A., ˜British History: A Plea for a New Subject™, New Zealand
Historical Journal, 8 (1974).
˜The Limits and Divisions of British History: In Search of the Unknown
Subject™, American Historical Review, 87 (2) (1982).
Pollock, Griselda, ˜The Dangers of Proximity: The Spaces of Sexuality and
Surveillance in Word and Image™, Discourse, 16 (2) (1993“4).
Pooley, Colin G., ˜The Residential Segregation of Migrant Communities in Mid-
Victorian Liverpool™, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 2nd
ser., 2 (1977).
Poovey, Mary, Making a Social Body: British Cultural Formation, 1830“1864
(Chicago, 1995).
Porter, Andrew, ˜Cambridge, Keswick, and Late-Nineteenth-Century Attitudes
to Africa™, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 5 (1) (1976).
The Origins of the South African War: Joseph Chamberlain and the Diplomacy
of Imperialism 1895“99 (Manchester, 1980).
˜ ˜˜Gentlemanly Capitalism™™ and Empire: The British Experience since 1750?™,
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 18 (1990).
Select bibliography 321
ed., Atlas of British Overseas Expansion (London, 1991).
˜Religion and Empire: British Expansion in the Long Nineteenth Century,
1780“1914™, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 20 (3) (1992).
ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. III: The Nineteenth Century
(Oxford, 1999).
˜Religion, Missionary Enthusiasm, and Empire™, in Porter, ed., Oxford History
of the British Empire, vol. III.
Religion Versus Empire? British Protestant Missionaries and Overseas Expansion,
1700“1914 (Manchester, 2004).
Porter, Bernard, The Absent-Minded Imperialists: Empire, Society, and Culture in
Britain (Oxford, 2004).
Pratt, Mary Louise, Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation (London,
1992).
Pratt, Tim, and James Vernon, ˜ ˜˜Appeal From this Fiery Bed . . . ™™: The
Colonial Politics of Gandhi™s Fasts and their Metropolitan Reception™,
Journal of British Studies, 44 (1) (2005).
Price, Richard, An Imperial War and the British Working Class: Working-Class
Attitudes and Reactions to the Boer War 1899“1902 (London, 1972).
Prochaska, F. K., ˜Little Vessels: Children in the Nineteenth-Century English
Missionary Movement™, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History,
6 (2) (1978).
Women and Philanthropy in 19th Century England (Oxford, 1980).
Pugh, Martin, The Tories and the People, 1880“1935 (Oxford, 1985).
Purbrick, Louise, ed., The Great Exhibition of 1851: New Interdisciplinary Essays
(Manchester, 2002).
Rajan, Balachandra, Under Western Eyes: India from Milton to Macaulay
(Durham, NC, 1999).
Ramamurthy, A., Imperial Persuaders: Images of Africa and Asia in British
Advertising (Manchester, 2003).
Ramdin, Ron, The Making of the Black Working-Class in Britain (London, 1987).
Reimaging Britain: Five Hundred Years of Black and Asian History (London,
1999).
Rappoport, E., Shopping for Pleasure (Princeton, 2000).
Raza, Rosemary, In Their Own Words: British Women Writers on India 1740“1857
(Delhi, 2006).
Reidi, Eliza, ˜Options for an Imperialist Woman: The Case of Violet Markham,
1899“1914™, Albion, 32 (2000).
˜Women, Gender, and the Promotion of Empire: The Victoria League,
1901“1914™, Historical Journal, 45 (2002).
Rendall, Jane, ˜Citizenship, Culture and Civilisation: The Languages of British
Suffragists 1866“74™, in Melanie Nolan and Caroline Daley, eds., Suffrage
and Beyond: International Feminist Perspectives (Auckland, 1994).
Reynolds, David, ˜The Churchill Government and the Black Troops in Britain
During World War II™, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th ser.,
35 (1985).
Select bibliography
322
Reynolds, K. D., Aristocratic Women and Political Society in Victorian Britain
(Oxford, 1998).
Rich, Paul J., ˜Public-school Freemasonry in the Empire: ˜˜Ma¬a of the
Mediocre™™?™, in J. A. Mangan, ed., ˜Bene¬ts Bestowed™?: Education and
British Imperialism (Manchester, 1988).
Richards, Eric, Britannia™s Children: Emigration from England, Scotland, Wales,
and Ireland since 1600 (London, 2004).
Richards, Jeffrey, ed., Imperialism and Juvenile Literature (Manchester, 1989).
Imperialism and Music: Britain 1876“1953 (Manchester, 2001).
Richards, T., The Commodity Culture of Victorian England: Advertising and Spectacle
1851“1914 (London, 1991).
Richardson, D., ˜The Slave Trade, Sugar, and Economic Growth™, in B. Solow
and S. Engerman, eds., British Capitalism and Caribbean Slavery (Cambridge,
1987).
Rickard, John, ˜The Anti-Sweating Movement in Britain and Victoria: The
Politics of Empire and Social Reform™, Historical Studies: Australia and
New Zealand, 18 (1979).
Robb, George, British Culture and the First World War (Basingstoke, 2002).
Robinson, Ronald and John Gallagher, ˜The Imperialism of Free Trade™,
Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 6 (1) (1953).
Rogers, Helen, Women and the People: Authority, Authorship and the Radical
Tradition in Nineteenth-Century England (Aldershot, 2000).
Rose, Sonya O., ˜Girls and GIs: Race, Sex, and Diplomacy in Second World
War Britain™, International History Review, 19 (1) (1997).
Which People™s War? National Identity and Citizenship in Wartime Britain,
1939“1945 (Oxford, 2003).
Ross, Ellen, ˜Fierce Questions and Taunts: Married Life in Working-Class
London, 1870“1914™, Feminist Studies, 8 (1982).
Rowe, Michael, ˜Sex, ˜˜Race™™ and Riot in Liverpool, 1919™, Immigrants and
Minorities, 19 (2) (2000).
Ruane, J., ˜Colonialism and Interpretation of Irish Historical Development™,
in M. Silverman and P. H. Gulliver, eds., Approaching the Past: Historical
Anthropology through Irish Case Studies (New York, 1992).
Rubinstein, David, A Different World for Women: The Life of Millicent Garrett
Fawcett (Columbus, OH, 1991).
Rubinstein, W. D., Men of Property: The Very Rich in Britain since the Industrial
Revolution (London and New Brunswick, NJ, 1981).
˜British Radicalism and the ˜˜Dark Side™™ of Populism™, in his The Elite and the
Wealthy in Modern British History (Brighton, 1987).
´
Rude, George, Protest and Punishment: The Story of the Social and Political
Protesters Transported to Australia, 1788“1868 (Oxford, 1978).
Rushdie, Salman, ˜The New Empire within Britain™, in his Imaginary
Homelands: Essays and Criticism 1981“1991 (London, 1991).
Said, Edward, Orientalism (New York and London, 1978).
Culture and Imperialism (New York and London, 1993).
Select bibliography 323
Samuel, Raphael, Theatres of Memory, vol. II: Island Stories: Unravelling Britain
(London, 1998).
Saville, John, 1848: The British State and the Chartist Movement (Cambridge,
1990).
Sayer, Derek, ˜British Reaction to the Amritsar Massacre 1919“1920™, Past and
Present, 131 (1991).
Scally, Robert James, The Origins of the Lloyd George Coalition: The Politics of
Social-Imperialism, 1900“1918 (Princeton, 1975).
Schaffer, Talia, ˜Taming the Tropics: Charlotte Yonge takes on Melanesia™,
Victorian Studies, 47 (2005).
Schama, Simon, A History of Britain: The Fate of Empire 1776“2000 (New York,
2003).
Schneer, Jonathan, London 1900: The Imperial Metropolis (New Haven and
London, 1999).
Schumpeter, Joseph, Imperialism and Social Classes: Two Essays, trans. Heinz
Norden (New York, 1955).
Schwarz, Bill, ˜The Language of Constitutionalism: Baldwinite Conservatism™, in
Formations of Nation and People (London, 1984).
˜Black Metropolis, White England™, in Mica Nava and Alan O™Shea, eds.,
Modern Times: Re¬‚ections on a Century of English Modernity (London,
1996).
ed., West Indian Intellectuals in Britain (Manchester, 2003).
Memories of Empire (Oxford, forthcoming).
Scola, Roger, Feeding the Victorian City: The Food Supply of Manchester 1780 to
1870 (Manchester, 1992).
Scott, David, ˜Modernity that Predated the Modern: Sidney Mintz™s Caribbean™,
History Workshop Journal, 58 (2004).
Scully, Pamela, Liberating the Family? Gender and British Slave Emancipation in
the Rural Western Cape, S. Africa, 1823“1854 (Portsmouth, NH, 1997).
Searle, G. R., A New England? Peace and War, 1886“1918 (Oxford, 2004).
Sebastiani, Silvia, ˜ ˜˜Race™™, Women and Progress in the Scottish Enlightenment™,
in Sarah Knott and Barbara Taylor, eds., Women, Gender and Enlightenment
(London, 2005).
Semmel, Bernard, Imperialism and Social Reform: English Social-Imperial Thought,
1895“1914 (London, 1960; repr. New York, 1969).
The Governor Eyre Controversy (London, 1962).
The Methodist Revolution (New York, 1973).
Semple, Rhonda Anne, Missionary Women: Gender, Professionalism and the
Victorian Idea of Christian Mission (Woodbridge and Rochester, NY, 2003).
Sen, Amartya, Poverty and Famine: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation
(Oxford, 1981).
Sharma, Sanjay, Famine, Philanthropy and the Colonial State: North India in the
Early Nineteenth Century (Oxford, 2001).
Sharpe, Jenny, Allegories of Empire: The Figure of Woman in the Colonial Text
(Minneapolis, 1993).
Select bibliography
324
`
Showalter, Elaine, Sexual Anarchy: Gender and Culture at the Fin de Siecle
(London, 1990).
Silva, Elizabeth B. and Tony Bennett, eds., Contemporary Culture and Everyday
Life (Durham, 2004).
Silver, A., Manchester Men and Indian Cotton (Manchester, 1966).
Simoes da Silva, A. J., The Luxury of Nationalist Despair: George Lamming™s
Fiction as Decolonizing Project (Amsterdam, 2000).
Sinha, Mrinalini, Colonial Masculinity: The ˜Manly Englishman™ and the
˜Effeminate Bengali™ in the Late Nineteenth Century (Manchester, 1995).
˜Mapping the Imperial Social Formation: A Modest Proposal for Feminist
History™, Signs, 25 (4) (2000).
˜Britishness, Clubbability, and the Colonial Public Sphere: The Genealogy of an
Imperial Institution in Colonial India™, Journal of British Studies, 40 (2001).
Sivanandan, A., A Different Hunger: Writings on Black Resistance (London, 1982).
Sklar, Kathryn Kish, ˜˜˜Women Who Speak for an Entire Nation™™: American
and British Women at the World Anti-Slavery Convention, London, 1840™,
in Jean Fagan Yellin and John C. Van Horne, eds., The Abolitionist
Sisterhood: Women™s Political Culture in Antebellum America (Ithaca,
1994).
Smith, A. and M. Ball, eds., Margery Perham and British Rule in Africa (London,
1991).
Smith, Graham A., ˜Jim Crow on the Homefront (1942“1945)™, New Community,
8 (3) (1980).
Smith, Harold L., The British Women™s Suffrage Campaign, 1866“1928 (London,
1998).
Smith, Richard, Jamaican Volunteers in the First World War: Race, Masculinity
and the Development of National Consciousness (Manchester, 2004).
Smith, Zadie, White Teeth (London, 2000).
Spencer, Ian R. G., British Immigration Policy since 1939: The Making of Multi-
Racial Britain (London, 1997).
Spiers, Edward M., The Army and Society, 1815“1914 (London, 1980).
The Late Victorian Army, 1868“1902 (Manchester, 1992).
Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty, ˜Three Women™s Texts and a Critique of
Imperialism™, in Gates, ed., Race, Writing, and Difference.
Sponza, Lucio, Italian Immigrants in Nineteenth Century Britain: Realities and
Images (Leicester, 1988).
Springhall, John, Youth, Empire and Society, 1883“1940 (London, 1977).
Decolonization since 1945: The Collapse of European Overseas Empires (London,
2001).
Spurr, D., The Rhetoric of Empire: Colonial Discourse in Journalism, Travel
Writing, and Imperial Administration (Durham, NC, 1993).
Stanley, Brian, The Bible and the Flag: Protestant Missions and British Imperialism
in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Leicester, 1990).
Stanley, Peter, White Mutiny: British Military Culture in India, 1825“1875
(London, 1998).
Select bibliography 325
Steedman, Carolyn, The Radical Soldier™s Tale, John Pearman, 1819“1908
(London, 1988).
Stepan, Nancy, The Idea of Race in Science: Great Britain, 1800“1960 (London,
1982).
˜Race, Gender, Science and Citizenship™, in Hall, ed., Cultures of Empire.
Stocking, George, Victorian Anthropology (New York, 1987).
Stoler, Ann L., Race and the Education of Desire: Foucault™s History of Sexuality
and the Colonial Order of Things (Durham, NC, 1995).
Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Race and the Intimate in Colonial Rule
(Berkeley, 2002).
˜Haunted by Empire: Domains of the Intimate and the Practices of
Comparison™, in Stoler, ed., Haunted by Empire (Durham, NC,
forthcoming).
Streets, Heather, Martial Races and Masculinity in the British Army, 1857“1914
(Manchester, 2004).
Strother, Z. S., ˜Display of the Body Hottentot™, in Bernth Lindfors, ed., Africans
on Stage: Studies in Ethnological Show Business (Bloomington, 1999).
Suleri, Sara, The Rhetoric of English India (Chicago, 1992).
Sussman, C., Consuming Anxieties: Consumer Protest, Gender, and British Society,
1713“1833 (Stanford, 2000).
Swift, Roger, ˜The Outcast Irish in the British Victorian City: Problems and
Perspectives™, Irish Historical Studies, 25 (1987).
Irish Migrants in Britain 1815“1914: A Documentary History (Cork, 2002).
Swift, Roger and Sheridan Gilley, eds., The Irish in the Victorian City (London,
1985).
Tabili, Laura, ˜We Ask for British Justice™: Workers and Racial Difference in Late
Imperial Britain (Ithaca, 1994).
˜Empire is the Enemy of Love: Edith Noor™s Progress and Other Stories™,
Gender and History, 17 (1) (2005).
˜ ˜˜Having Lived Close Beside Them All the Time™™: Negotiating National
Identities Through Personal Networks™, Journal of Social History, 39 (2)
(2005).
˜Outsiders in the Land of Their Birth: Exogamy, Citizenship, and Identity in
War and Peace™, Journal of British Studies, 44 (2005).
Taylor, Miles, ˜Imperium et Libertas? Rethinking the Radical Critique of
Imperialism during the Nineteenth Century™, Journal of Imperial and
Commonwealth History, 19 (1) (1991).
˜John Bull and the Iconography of Public Opinion in England c1712“1929™,
Past and Present, 134 (1992).
˜The 1848 Revolutions and the British Empire™, Past and Present, 166 (2000).
˜Empire and the 1832 Parliamentary Reform Act Revisited™, in Arthur Burns
and Joanna Innes, eds., Rethinking the Age of Reform: Britain, 1780“1850
(Cambridge, 2003).
Thomas, William, The Quarrel of Macaulay and Croker: Politics and History in
the Age of Reform (Oxford, 2000).
Select bibliography
326
Thompson, Andrew, ˜The Language of Imperialism and the Meanings of
Empire: Imperial Discourse in British Politics, 1895“1914™, Journal of British
Studies, 36 (1997).
Imperial Britain: The Empire in British Politics c. 1880“1932 (Harlow, 2000).
The Empire Strikes Back? The Impact of Imperialism on Britain from the Mid-
Nineteenth Century (Harlow, 2005).
Thompson, Dorothy, The Chartists: Popular Politics in the Industrial Revolution
(London, 1984).
Thompson, E. P., The Making of the English Working Class (London, 1963).
Customs in Common (London, 1991).
Thorne, Christopher, ˜Britain and the Black GIs: Racial Issues and Anglo-
American Relations in 1942™, New Community, 3 (3) (1974).
Thorne, Susan, ˜ ˜˜The Conversion of Englishmen and the Conversion of the
World Inseparable™™: Missionary Imperialism and the Language of Class in
Early Industrial Britain™, in Cooper and Stoler, eds., Tensions of Empire.
Congregational Missions and the Making of an Imperial Culture in Nineteenth-
Century England (Stanford, 1999).
Thornton, A. P., The Habit of Authority: Paternalism in British History (Toronto,
1966).
Tickner, Lisa, The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign
1907“1914 (Chicago, 1988).
Tosh, John, A Man™s Place: Masculinity and the Middle-Class Home in Victorian
England (New Haven, 1999).
˜Manliness, Masculinities and the New Imperialism, 1880“1900™, in his
Manliness and Masculinities in Nineteenth-Century Britain (Harlow, 2005).
˜Masculinities in an Industrializing Society: Britain, 1800“1914™, Journal of
British Studies, 44 (2005).
Turley, David, The Culture of English Antislavery, 1780“1860 (London, 1991).
˜British Antislavery Reassessed™, in Arthur Burns and Joanna Innes, eds.,
Rethinking the Age of Reform: Britain, 1780“1850 (Cambridge, 2003).
Turner, Mary, Slaves and Missionaries: The Disintegration of Jamaican Slave
Society, 1787“1834 (Urbana, 1982).
Twells, Alison, ˜˜˜Happy English Children™™: Class, Ethnicity and the Making of
Missionary Women, 1800“50™, Women™s Studies International Forum,
21 (1998).
˜ ˜˜Let Us Begin Well at Home™™: Class, Ethnicity and Christian Motherhood in
the Writing of Hannah Kilham, 1774“1832™, in Eileen Janes Yeo, ed., Radical
Femininity: Women™s Self-representation in the Public Sphere (Manchester,
1998).
˜ ˜˜A Christian and Civilised Land™™: The British Middle Class and the
Civilising Mission, 1820“42™, in Alan Kidd and David Nicholls, eds.,
Gender, Civic Culture and Consumerism: Middle-class Identity in Britain,
1800“1940 (Manchester, 1999).
Tyrell, Ian, Woman™s World, Woman™s Empire: The Woman™s Christian Temperance
Union in International Perspective, 1880“1930 (Chapel Hill, 1991).
Select bibliography 327
Valenze, Deborah M., Prophetic Sons and Daughters: Female Preaching and
Popular Religion in Industrial England (Princeton, 1985).
van der Veer, Peter, Imperial Encounters: Religion and Modernity in India and
Britain (Princeton, 2001).
Vernon, James, ˜Narrating the Constitution: The Discourse of ˜˜the Real™™ and
the Fantasies of Nineteenth Century Constitutional History™, in Vernon,
ed., Re-reading the Constitution: New Narratives in the Political History of
England™s Long Nineteenth Century (Cambridge, 1996).
Vicinus, Martha, Independent Women: Work and Community for Single Women,
1850“1920 (Chicago, 1985).
Vickery, Amanda, ed., Women, Privilege and Power: British Politics, 1750 to the
Present (Stanford, 2001).
Vidal, Gore, ˜Requiem for the American Empire™ (11 January 1986), in his
Perspectives on The Nation, 1865“2000 (New York, 2004).
Vincent, David, Poor Citizens: The State and the Poor in the 20th Century
(London, 1991).
Vincent, J. R., The Formation of the Liberal Party, 1857“1868 (London, 1966).
Visram, Rozina, Ayahs, Lascars and Princes: Indians in Britain, 1700“1947
(London, 1986).
Asians in Britain: 400 Years of History (London, 2002).
Walker, B. M., Ulster Politics: The Formative Years 1868“86 (Belfast, 1989).
Walker, Martin, ˜America™s Virtual Empire™, World Policy Journal, 19 (2) (2002).
Walker, Pamela J., Pulling the Devil™s Kingdom Down: The Salvation Army in
Victorian Britain (Berkeley, 2001).
Walkowitz, Judith R., City of Dreadful Delight: Narratives of Sexual Danger in
Late Victorian London (Chicago, 1992).
Walvin, James, ˜The Impact of Slavery on British Radical Politics: 1787“1838™, in
Vera Rubin and Arthur Tuden, eds., Comparative Perspectives on Slavery in
New World Plantation Societies, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,
292 (1977).
˜The Rise of British Sentiment for Abolition, 1787“1832™, in Christine Bolt and
Seymour Drescher, eds., Anti-Slavery, Religion, and Reform (Folkestone,
1980).
˜The Public Campaign in England against Slavery, 1787“1834™, in David Eltis
and James Walvin, eds., The Abolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade (Madison,
WI, 1981).
ed., Slavery and British Society, 1776“1846 (London, 1982).
Wang, G., ed., Global History and Migrations (Boulder, CO, 1997).
Ward, Margaret, ˜Gendering the Union: Imperial Feminism and the Ladies™
Land League™, Women™s History Review, 10 (2001).
Ward, Paul, Red Flag and Union Jack: Englishness, Patriotism and the British Left,
1881“1924 (Woodbridge, 1998).
Ward, Stuart, ed., British Culture and the End of Empire (Manchester, 2001).
Ware, Vron, Beyond the Pale: White Women, Racism and History (London,
1992).
Select bibliography
328
Warren, Allen, ˜ ˜˜Mothers for the Empire™™? The Girl Guides Association in
Britain, 1909“1939™, in J. A. Mangan, ed., Making Imperial Mentalities:
Socialisation and British Imperialism (Manchester, 1990).
Waters, Chris, ˜ ˜˜Dark Strangers™™ in Our Midst: Discourses of Race and Nation
in Britain, 1947“1963™, Journal of British Studies, 36 (April 1997).
Weatherill, Lorna, Consumer Behaviour and Material Culture in Britain
1660“1760 (London, 1988).
Webb, R. K., Harriet Martineau: A Radical Victorian (London, 1960).
Webster, Wendy, Imagining Home: Gender, ˜Race™ and National Identity, 1945“64
(London, 1998).
Englishness and Empire, 1939“1965 (Oxford, 2005).
Wheeler, Roxanne, The Complexion of Race: Categories of Difference in
Eighteenth-Century British Culture (Philadelphia, 2000).
Whelan, K., ˜Come All You Staunch Revisionists: Towards a Post-revisionist
Agenda for Irish History™, Irish Reporter, 2 (1991).
Whelan, Y., ˜The Construction and Destruction of a Colonial Landscape:
Monuments to British Monarchs in Dublin Before and After
Independence™, Journal of Historical Geography, 28 (4) (2002).
Whitlock, Gillian, The Intimate Empire: Reading Women™s Autobiography (London,
2000).
Wildenthal, Lora, German Women for Empire, 1884“1945 (Durham, NC, 2001).
Williams, Bill, The Making of Manchester Jewry, 1740“1875 (Manchester,
1976).
Williams, Eric, Capitalism and Slavery ((1944) Chapel Hill, NC, 1994).
Williams, Leslie A., Daniel O™Connell, the British Press and the Irish Famine:
Killing Remarks, ed. W. H. A. Williams (Aldershot, 2003).
Williamson, Philip, Stanley Baldwin: Conservative Leadership and National
Values (Cambridge, 1999).
Wilson, Kathleen, ˜Citizenship, Empire and Modernity in the English Provinces,
c. 1720“90™, Eighteenth Century Studies, 29 (1) (1995).
The Island Race: Englishness, Empire and Gender in the Eighteenth Century
(London, 2003).
ed., A New Imperial History: Culture, Identity and Modernity in Britain and the
Empire 1660“1840 (Cambridge, 2004).
Winder, Robert, Bloody Foreigners: The Story of Immigration to Britain (London,
2004).
Wolf, Eric R., Europe and the People Without History (London and Berkeley, 1982).
Wong, Maria Lin, Chinese Liverpudlians: A History of the Chinese Community in
Liverpool (Liverpool, 1989).
Wood, Marcus, Slavery, Empathy and Pornography (Oxford, 2002).
Woollacott, Angela, ˜˜˜Khaki Fever™™ and Its Control: Gender, Class, Age and
Sexual Morality on the British Homefront in the First World War™, Journal
of Contemporary History, 29 (1994).
To Try Her Fortune in London: Australian Women, Colonialism, and Modernity
(Oxford, 2001).
Select bibliography 329
˜Australian Women™s Metropolitan Activism: From Suffrage, to Imperial
Vanguard, to Commonwealth Feminism™, in Fletcher, Mayhall and Levine,
eds., Women™s Suffrage in the British Empire.
Wright, Patrick, On Living in an Old Country (London, 1985).
Young, L., Middle Class Culture in the Nineteenth Century (London, 2003).
Young, Robert J. C., Colonial Desire: Hybridity in Theory, Culture and Race
(London, 1995).
Zolberg, Aristide, ˜Global Movements, Global Walls: Responses to Migration,
1855“1925™, in Wang, ed., Global History and Migrations.
˜International Migration Policies in a Changing World System™, in William
H. McNeill and Ruth S. Adams, eds., Human Migration: Patterns and
Policies (Bloomington, 1978).
Zonona, Joyce, ˜The Sultan and the Slave: Feminist Orientalism and the Structure
of Jane Eyre™, Signs, 18 (1993).
Index




Abolition Belchem, John, 95
of British slavery, 257 Berg, M., 166
of the slave trade, 258 Besant, Annie: India: A Nation: A Plea for Self
see also anti-slavery movement Government, 247
Abrahams, Yvette, 127 Billig, Michael, 22
Akenson, Donald, 97 black British population, 17, 236À8, 246, 247
Alexander, William, 103 women, 196, 198À200, 205À8, 237
Ali, Meer Hassan, 115 writers, 261
aliens, 278À80 Blackburn, Robin, 258
anti-alien discourse, 279 Boer War, 95, 216, 219, 238À40, 284
Aliens Act (1905), 59, 64À5, 278 and concentration camps, 23, 239
Aliens Restriction Act (1914), 279 Bolshevism, 291À2
American Revolution, 152 Bonnerjee, W. C., 281
Booth, William: In Darkest England and the Way
Anglicans, 144, 148
Out, 272À4
Anglo-Saxonism, 270
Booth-Tucker, Frederick: Darkest India. A
anthropology, 9, 159
Supplement to General Booth™s ˜In Darkest
Antigua, 193, 196
England and the Way Out™, 163
anti-slavery movement, 111, 157À8, 191, 235,
Bourdieu, P., 169
257À64
writings of, 191, 195 Boy Scout Movement, 286
Anti-Slavery Reporter, The, 204 Bradlaugh, Charles, 267
Armitage, David, 9 Bradshaw, Brendan, 82
Austen, Reverend George, 194 Brewer, J., and R. Porter: Consumption and the
Austen, Jane, 105 World of Goods, 166, 168
Mansfield Park, 193À6 Bristow, Joseph, 285
Australia, 121, 217, 220À4 British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 294
travellers to, 222À4 Fellowship of, 294
British Empire Union, 291
British North America Act, 215
British Women™s Emigration Association, 240
Baartman, Sara (˜Hottentot Venus™), 126À9, 140
˜British World™ conferences and publications, 16
Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth,
˜Britishness™, 21, 81
Baron: Scouting for Boys: A Handbook for
˜Englishness™, 34, 271
Instruction in Good Citizenship, 286, 293
and Ireland, 90
Bagehot, Walter, 41
Bronte, Charlotte: Jane Eyre, 205À8
¨
Baldwin, Stanley, 292À4, 297
Burton, Antoinette, 120, 238
Ballantyne, Tony, 80, 82
Politics and Empire in Victorian Britain, 218
Barbauld, Anna, 106
Bush, Julia, 241
Barthes, Roland, 167, 169
Bayly, C. A., 252
The Birth of the Modern World, 11 Cain, P. J., and A. G. Hopkins, 253À4
Imperial Meridian, 11 Calvinism, 147, 149

330
Index 331
Canada, 213 politicisation of, 170, 233
see also cotton; sugar; tea; tobacco
Cannadine, David, 14, 252
Carlyle, Thomas, 160, 214, 264 Cooper, Frederick, 19
Catholic Emancipation, 84, 85, 93 cotton, 172
Craik, Dinah Mulock: Olive, 207À8
chain stores, 175
Chakrabarty, Dipesh, 10 Crampsey, Bob, 29
Chamberlain, Joseph, 276 Crawford, William Sharman, 88
Charles II (of England) (1630À85), 41 Crowther, Samuel, 159

<<

. 11
( 12)



>>