'Black' Strangers in the White Rose County: Pakistanis, Irish, and the Shaping of Multiethnic West Yorkshire, 1845-1985.

Mass, Sarah.

This comparative history analyzes the evolution in national identity that naturally accompanied the transition from British Empire to British Commonwealth in the mid-twentieth century, while concurrently taking an ethnically and geographically-specialized approach to immigrants in Britain. The Pakistanis and Irish have been chosen for the way race, religion, and class were used within their immig... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
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