White Spaces? Racialised Geographies, Anglo Saxon Exceptionalism and the Location of Empire in Britain's c19th Pacific Rim Cities

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHistoricising whiteness : transnational perspectives on the construction of an identity
EditorsLeigh Boucher, Jane Carey, Kat Ellinghaus
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Vic
PublisherRMIT Publishing
Pages363-374
ISBN (Print)9781921166808
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Edmonds, P. (2008). White Spaces? Racialised Geographies, Anglo Saxon Exceptionalism and the Location of Empire in Britain's c19th Pacific Rim Cities. In L. Boucher, J. Carey, & K. Ellinghaus (Eds.), Historicising whiteness : transnational perspectives on the construction of an identity (pp. 363-374). RMIT Publishing.