Patriotic ‘Othering’ in Anglo-Spanish Relations

Eighteenth century London newspapers did not especially enjoy a reputation of being kind to foreigners in the columns that they printed. A constant (usually) low-level, xenophobia was maintained when describing life and people in places other than Britain. This xenophobia increased when Britain entered into a state of war with another European country. During the … Continue reading Patriotic ‘Othering’ in Anglo-Spanish Relations