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
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,
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