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Empire and identity, 1923–39
Thomas Hajkowski

contributors to his Studies in Imperialism Series.6 MacKenzie and his collaborators examine how a range of media, institutions, organizations, and cultural forms constructed and propagated an “imperial vision” in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.7 In addition to MacKenzie, the genealogy of the New Imperial History goes back to Edward Said’s highly influential work Orientalism.8 According to Said, Europeans came to base their own sense of identity on hierarchical racial differences. Modern European identity was the product of the “othering” of colonized

in The BBC and national identity in Britain, 1922–53