- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Locating the English Diaspora: Problems, Perspectives and Approaches
- Chapter 1 Mythologies of Empire and the Earliest English Diasporas
- Chapter 2 The English Seventeenth Century in Colonial America: The Cultural Diaspora of English Republican Ideas
- Chapter 3 Fox Hunting and Anglicization in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia
- Chapter 4 The Hidden English Diaspora in Nineteenth-Century America
- Chapter 5 An English Institution? The Colonial Church of England in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
- Chapter 6 The Importance of Being English: English Ethnic Culture in Montreal, c.1800–1864
- Chapter 7 Anglo-Saxonism and the Racialization of the English Diaspora
- Chapter 8 ‘The Englishmen here are much disliked’: Hostility towards English Immigrants in Early Twentieth-Century Toronto
- Chapter 9 Cousin Jacks, New Chums and Ten Pound Poms: Locating New Zealand's English Diaspora
- Chapter 10 ‘Cooked in true Yorkshire fashion’: Regional Identity and English Associational Life in New Zealand before the First World War<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 11 Englishness and Cricket in South Africa during the Boer War
- Chapter 12 An Englishman in New York? Celebrating Shakespeare in America, 1916
- Chapter 13 The Disappearance of the English: Why is there no ‘English Diaspora’?
- Locating the English Diaspora, 1500-2010
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