Tate Britain’s new exhibition highlights artistic collusion with colonial ideas, but avoids facing up to the worst of imperialism.
Advocates of civil liberties often privilege issues of morality over the need for a government to keep its people safe. Yet the early modern pre-occupation with security remains embedded in western states.
There should be no contradiction in constructing a history curriculum that incorporates both Britain’s ‘national memory’ and its many diversities, argues Suzannah Lipscomb.
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