Empire-nation: National and Imperial Discourses in England
When the states of England and Scotland combined in 1707, the conditions were created whereby English nationalism and interests would affect the expressions of a new British nationalism and notions of Britishness. As the British state expanded into Empire, ‘Anglo-British national identity’ began to be expressed through an imperial-national discourse based on notions of governance. As ‘Englishness’ played a large part in the creation of ‘Britishness’, so too did imperial discourses of...[Show more]
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