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Professor Andrew Porter
Holland, Robert; Stockwell, Sarah
Transatlantic Protestantism and American Independence
Marshall, P. J.
'A Good West Indian, a Good African, and, in Short, a Good Britisher': Black and British in a Colour-Conscious Empire, 1760-1950
Patterns of Anglo-Hellenism: A 'Colonial' Connection?
Missionary Manhood: Professionalism, Belief and Masculinity in the Nineteenth-Century British Imperial Field
The Ambiguous Amir: Britain, Afghanistan and the 1897 North-West Frontier Uprising
The Church of the Three Selves: A Perspective from the World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh, 1910
Distance and Proximity in Service to the Empire: Ulster and New Zealand between the Wars
Law, Politics and Analogy in Akan Historiography
Leaders, Dissidents and the Disappointed: Colonial Students in Britain as Empire Ended
Stockwell, A. J.
The Central African Federation and Britain's Post-War Nuclear Programme: Reconsidering the Connections
Butler, L. J.
Overseas Mission, Voluntary Service and Aid to Africa: Max Warren, the Church Missionary Society and Kenya, 1945-63
'Splendidly Leading the Way'? Archbishop Fisher and Decolonisation in British Colonial Africa
Notes on Contributors