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in Female imperialism and national identity

general editor John M. MacKenzie

Established in the belief that imperialism as a cultural phenomenon had as significant an effect on the dominant as on the subordinate societies, Studies in Imperialism seeks to develop the new socio-cultural approach which has emerged through cross-disciplinary work on popular culture, media studies, art history, the study of education and religion, sports history and children’s literature. The cultural emphasis embraces studies of migration and race, while the older political and constitutional, economic and military concerns will never be far away. It incorporates comparative work on European and American empire-building, with the chronological focus primarily, though not exclusively, on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when these cultural exchanges were most powerfully at work.

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Britain in China
Community, culture and colonialism, 1900–1949

Robert Bickers

New frontiers
Imperialism’s new communities in East Asia 1842–1952

eds Robert Bickers and Christian Henriot

Western medicine as contested knowledge
eds Andrew Cunningham and Bridie Andrews

The Arctic in the British imagination 1818–1914
Robert G. David

Imperial cities
Landscape, display and identity

eds Felix Driver and David Gilbert

Science and society in southern Africa
Saul Dubow

Unfit for heroes
Reconstruction and soldier settlement in the Empire between the wars

Kent Fedorowich

Emigration from Scotland between the wars
Opportunity or exile?

Marjory Harper

Empire and sexuality
The British experience

Ronald Hyam

‘An Irish Empire?’
Aspects of Ireland and the British Empire

ed. Keith Jeffery

Law, history, colonialism
The reach of empire

eds Diane Kirkby and Catherine Coleborne

The South African War reappraised
Donal Lowry

The empire of nature
Hunting, conservation and British imperialism

John M. MacKenzie

Imperialism and popular culture
ed. John M. MacKenzie

Propaganda and empire
The manipulation of British public opinion, 1880–1960

John M. MacKenzie

Gender and imperialism
ed. Clare Midgley

Guardians of empire
The armed forces of the colonial powers, c. 1700–1964

eds David Omissi and David Killingray

Married to the empire
Gender, politics and imperialism in India, 1883–1947

Mary A. Procida

Imperialism and music
Britain 1876–1953

Jeffrey Richards

Colonial frontiers
Indigenous–European encounters in settler societies

ed. Lynette Russell

Colonial masculinity
The ‘manly Englishman’ and the ‘effeminate Bengali’

Mrinalini Sinha

Jute and empire
The Calcutta jute wallahs and the landscapes of empire

Gordon T. Stewart

The imperial game
Cricket, culture and society

eds Brian Stoddart and Keith A. P. Sandiford

The French Empire at war, 1940–45
Martin Thomas

British culture and the end of empire
ed. Stuart Ward

Travellers in Africa
British travelogues, 1850–1900

Tim Youngs

Female imperialism and nationalidentity

Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire

Katie Pickles

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ISBN 978 1 8477 9073 6 institutional

First published 2002

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Female imperialism and national identity

The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire

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