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The anglosphere : continuity, dissonance and location

Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019
Series: Proceedings of the British Academy, 226
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The Anglosphere - a transnational imagined community consisting of the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK - came to international prominence in the wake of Brexit. The Anglosphere's origins lie in the British Empire and the conflicts of the 20th century. It encompasses an extensive but ill-defined community bonded by language, culture, media, and 'civilisational' heritage founded on the shared beliefs  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0197266614 9780197266618
OCLC Number: 1135053834
Description: xiv, 250 s. : illustrations.
Contents: List of Figures and TablesNotes on ContributorsAcknowledgements1: Ben Wellings and Andrew Mycock: Continuity, Dissonance and Location: an Anglosphere research agendaContinuity2: Michael Gardiner: The Anglosphere as a Principle of Progress3: Duncan Bell: Anglospheres: empire redivivus?4: Tim Legrand: The Past, Present and Future of Anglosphere Security Networks: Constitutive Reduction of a Shared Identity5: Srdjan Vucetic: The Anglosphere beyond SecurityDissonance6: John Ravenhill and Geoff Heubner: The Political Economy of the Anglosphere: Geography Trumps History7: Carl Bridge and Bart Zielinski: The Anglosphere and the American Embrace: The End of the British Empire and after8: Andrew Mycock: 'CANZUK, the Anglosphere(s) and Transnational War Commemoration: The Centenary of First World War'9: Katherine Smits: The Anglosphere and Indigenous PoliticsLocation10: Andrew Gamble: The Anglo-American Worldview and the Question of World Order11: Nick Pearce and Michael Kenny: Churchill, Powell and the Conservative 'Brexiteers': The Political Legacies of the Anglosphere12: Helen Baxendale and Ben Wellings: Underwriting Brexit: The European Union in the Anglosphere Imagination13: Eva Namusoke: The Anglosphere, Race and BrexitIndex
Series Title: Proceedings of the British Academy, 226
Responsibility: ed. by Ben Wellings and Sndrew Mycock


This book explores the potential of the Anglosphere - a transnational imagined community of the English-speaking peoples - which came to international prominence in the wake of Brexit. The volume  Read more...


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