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Edited by David Morley, Goldsmiths College, University of London, and Kevin Robins, Goldsmiths College, University of London
David Morley and Kevin Robins: Introduction: The National Culture in its New Global Context
Section I How British is it? Geographies of Identity
1: Catherine Hall: British Cultural Identities and the Legacy of Empire
2: Krishan Kumar: 'Englishness' and English National Identity
3: Jim Pines: Rituals and Representations of Black 'Britishness'
4: Tariq Modood: British Asian Identities: Something Old, Something Borrowed, Something New
5: Kevin Davey: No Longer 'Ourselves Alone' in Northern Ireland
6: David McCrone: Scotland and the Union: Changing Identities in the British State
7: John Osmond: Welsh Politics in the New Millennium
8: Peter J. Taylor: Which Britain? Which England? Which North?
9: Alun Howkins: Rurality and English Identity
10: Bill Schwarz: Britain, America, and Europe
Section II: When Will We Be Modern? Culture, Tradition, and Heritage
11: Linda Mugglestone: 'Proper English' and the Politics of Standard Speech
12: Steve Bruce: Religious Culture in Contemporary Britain
13: David Chaney: The Mediated Monarchy
14: Nick Couldry: Everyday Royal Celebrity
15: Ken Worpole: Cartels and Lotteries: Heritage and Cultural Policy in Britain
16: Andrew Higson: Heritage Cinema and Television
17: John Corner: Television and Culture: Duties and Pleasures
18: David Hesmondhalgh: British Popular Music and National Identity
19: Rosemary Betterton: 'Young British Art' in the 1990's
20: Bernard Sharratt: Writing Britains
Section III: In the Place of Britishness? Lifestyles, Subcultures, and Cultural Politics
21: Philip Crang and Peter Jackson: Geographies of Consumption
22: Linda McDowell: Changing Cultures of Work: Employment, Gender, and Lifestyle
23: Angela McRobbie: Good Girls, Bad Girls? Female Success and the New Meritocracy
24: Sean Nixon: Resignifying Masculinity: From 'New Man' to 'New Lad'
25: Ken Plummer: Gay Cultures / Straight Borders
26: Alan Tomlinson: Sport, Leisure, and Style
27: David Sibley: The Control of Space: Travellers, Youth, and Drug Cultures
28: Linda Merricks: Green Politics: Animal Rights, Vegetarianism, and Naturism
29: Graham Murdock: Against Enclosure: Rethinking the Virtual Commons
30: Steven Driver and Luke Martell: Blair and 'Britishness'
Kevin Robins: Endnote: To London: The City Beyond the Nation
Susan Bassnett: Afterword