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Acknowledgement I would like to thank the Arts and Humanities Research Council for generously funding my doctoral project from which many of the ideas in this article emerged. Short Biography Hector Roddan's research focuses on how early modern travel writers' religious beliefs informed their depictions of other societies' beliefs and practices. Danson, 'Sultan's Organ', I, Bibliography This bibliography surveys works relating to early modern travellers, travel writing, and intercultural encounters over a broad geographical area, including the Middle East, Russia, the Far East, India, Asia, Oceania and the New World.
Bhabha, H. The Location of Culture. Abingdon: Routledge, Colley, L. Britons: Forging the Nation New Haven: Yale University Press, Captives: Britain, Empire and the World, London: Jonathan Cape, The British Missionary Enterprise Since Oxford and New York: Routledge, Dew, N. Easthope, A. Mann London: Anthem Press, , pp. Gommans, J. The Rise of the Indo-Afghan Empire, c. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, Ning, W. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction This volume explores how Gibraltarian Britishness was constructed over the course of the twentieth century. At the same time, Gibraltarians had a very clear secondary status with respect to UK British people.
By the beginning of the twenty-first century, however, Gibraltarians speak more English than Spanish with increasing English monolingualism , have full British citizenship and are no longer discriminated against based on their ethnicity; they see themselves as profoundly different culturally to Spanish people across the border.
Bordering on Britishness explores and interrogates these changes and examines in depth the evolving relationship Gibraltarians have with Britishness. It also reflects on the profound changes Gibraltar is likely to experience because of Brexit when its border with Spain becomes an external EU border and the relative political strengths of Spain and the UK shift accordingly. Editors and affiliations.