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British and Irish diasporas: societies, cultures and ideologies
Donald M. MacRaild, Tanja Bueltmann, and J.C.D. Clark

, though not of diaspora, Eric Richards’s Britannia’s Children: Emigration from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales Since 1600 (London, 2004). 4 For further discussion around the framing and terminology of the British World, see Carl Bridge and Kent Fedorowich (eds), The British World: Diaspora, Culture and Identity (London, 2003); and Kent Fedorowich and Andrew S. Thompson (eds), Empire, Migration and Identity in the British World (Manchester, 2013). 5 Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities (London, 1983). 6 Malcolm Gaskill, Between Two Worlds: How the English

in British and Irish diasporas
A. James Hammerton

mainly in Romania, Greece and Egypt from the outbreak of war. The expat community she describes was comprised mainly of British Council teachers and administrators. A BBC television series based on the novels was produced in 1987. 15 See K. A, Appiah, Cosmopolitanism: ethics in a world of strangers, New York, Norton, 2006. 16 Mackie, interview and written account. 17 Kerr, written account. For a parallel analysis see S. Constantine, ‘“Dear Grace … love Maidie”: interpreting a migrant’s letters from Australia’, in K. Fedorowich and A. S. Thompson (eds), Empire

in Migrants of the British diaspora since the 1960S