Foreward : Historical and political overview of British out-migration Robert Bickers 1. Introduction Pauline Leonard and Katie Walsh Part I. Class and the British migrant 2. Classed trajectories, property ownership and residential choice among the British in rural France Michaela Benson 3. `So many of them have never had any help before': How employing a migrant domestic worker influences perceptions of social status among British expatriate women in Singapore Barbara Johnston 4. Title TBC Jonathan Beaverstock Part II. Orientations and Britishness 5. Second-generation British-Indians `return' to their ancestral homeland Priya Khambhaita 6. Birds of a Feather? Britishness and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa Daniel Conway 7. Negotiating Expatriate Identities: British Migrant Orientations in Singapore Sophie Cranston 8. Mobilising national sentiment: British migrants in Aotearoa New Zealand Katie Wright-Higgins 9. Sizing Britishness: National identity construction through expatriate women's body size experiences in Singapore Jenny Lloyd Part III. Ageing and return 10. Supporting Older British People in Spain: The Role of Community and Social Networks Kelly Hall and Charles Betty 11. Postcolonial home lives: British return migrants in older age Katie Walsh 12. Conclusion Pauline Leonard and Katie Walsh
Dr Katie Walsh, Senior Lecturer in Geography, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, UK Professor Pauline Leonard, Head of the Department of Sociology, Social Policy, Criminology & Anthropology, Professor of Sociology, University of Southampton, UK.