John Martin


Over the past six years the works of Hall, Mangan & Walvin, Roper & Tosh, and Jackson have all illuminated the classed and gendered nature of history. Between 1900 and 1950 whiteness, superiority and solidarity were inseparable characteristics of the male middle classes .1 Masculinity was shaped by the ideology of empire throughout the English diaspora.



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