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Tony Kushner

of theory, ‘less intimidated by and respectful of the boundaries and integrity of modern nation states’. He thus settled as his starting point on the image of ships in motion across the spaces between Europe, America, Africa and the Caribbean as a central organising symbol … The image of the ship – a living, micro-cultural, micro-political system in motion – is especially important for historical and theoretical reasons. Ships immediately focus attention on the middle passage, on the various projects for redemptive return, on the

in Anglo-Jewry since 1066
Tony Kushner

Hampshire: A Sense of Place generally employs a pluralistic approach to the county’s identity. Hampshire, Mason emphasises, has been enriched by the cultures and traditions of the Black and Asian communities and other ethnic minority groups. The main minority communities are Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi, Afro-Caribbean and Chinese. There are also other smaller groups including Polish, Greek, Vietnamese and Cypriots, all contributing to a multi-racial society in Hampshire. 57 Mason, writing in a semi-official capacity

in Anglo-Jewry since 1066