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Diasporic subjectivities and ‘race relations’ dramas (Supply and Demand, The Bill, Second Generation)

1980s, as Lola Young indicates, some black British theorists started to question the dominance of North American modes of ‘consciousnesses’, asking: to what extent is the North American experience of racial differentiation applicable elsewhere, and in particular to Britain? [. . .] Although there are many similarities, it is important to remember that British experiences were dissimilar in important respects, and colonialism and imperial conquest have operated quite differently in North America. (Young, 1996: 10) M410 HARRIS TEXT.qxd 70 20/7/06 11:35 AM Page 70

in Beyond representation