Nature and nation: the politics of rural/urban belonging

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 4 (2020)

Nature and nation: the politics of rural/urban belonging
Kavita Maya pages -


Public debates about the whiteness of Britain’s rural areas highlight the racialised politics of belonging in Britain. For people of colour to feel at home in rural as well as urban spaces, there needs to be greater recognition of the countryside’s colonial past and its enduring legacy for the modern image of the nation.

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