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Imagined families: Anglo-American kinship and the formation of Southern identity, 1830-1890

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Anglo-American kinship, as a set of historical continuities linking the United States to Great Britain and as a reckoning of relatedness, constituted a valuable cultural resource for Southerners as they contemplated their place within the American nation and outside in the nineteenth century. Like the more conventional calculations of consanguinity and familial belonging it referenced, the Anglo-American kinship was contingent, convoluted, and, not infrequently, contested. Articulated at v...

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University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Corpus Christi College
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University of Oxford
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Corpus Christi College
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-09-23

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