Candace Allen

is a native of New England now living in London. She has worked extensively in film and television in the US and has published her first novel, Valaida (Virago Press) in 2004. Her most recent work, the acclaimed Soul Music: the Pulse of Race and Music, has been described as “part-travelogue, part-memoir, part-manifesto” (Gibson Square Press 2012).


Commonality is all very well but it must must work both ways: three responses to Ted Cantle’s re-evaluation of nationality, citizenship, and community.

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