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The ‘rude awakenings’ of the Windrush era
Stuart Ward

creative outlet for a generation relying increasingly on their own cultural resources. 26 Hinds recalled how it was in this ‘climate of expectations dashed’ that the first London Carnival was launched in 1959, partly as a response to the Notting Hill disturbances but also as an expression of an emergent Caribbean consciousness. 27 Journey to an Illusion combined the author

in The break-up of Greater Britain
Decoloniality from Cape Town to Oxford, and back
Stephen Howe

so much from discovery as from acquired modes of analysis and interpretation. And so the Arab writers and scholars engaged in the new cultural criticism may be termed second-degree critics, for none of them can be properly regarded as a truly creative or original historian, philosopher, sociologist, or literary critic. Even their most advanced output

in The break-up of Greater Britain
The boundary commission at work
Lucy P. Chester

; it seems likely that the nationalist parties encountered even more severe difficulties. Two Congress maps Like most of the maps presented to the commission, Congress’s maps emphasized the distribution of population; based on census figures, creatively interpreted, as well as certain elements of infrastructure, they argued that all of central Punjab and even areas of western

in Borders and conflict in South Asia