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A Social History of Cricket (HI2B6): Bibliography

  • Michael Anthony, Cricket in the Road (1973)
  • John Bale and Mike Cronin (eds), Sport and Postcolonialism (2003)
  • Anthony Bateman, Cricket, literature and culture: symbolising the nation, destabalising empire (2009)
  • Hilary Beckles, The development of West Indies Cricket (2 vols) (1998)
  • Hilary Beckles, An area of conquest: popular democracy and West Indies Cricket supremacy (1994)
  • Hilary Beckles and Brian Stoddary, Liberation Cricket: West Indies Cricket Culture (1995)
  • Frank Birbalsingh The Rise of West Indian Cricket: from colony to nation (1996)
  • Frank Birbalsingh, Indo-Westindian Cricket (1988)
  • Derek Birley A Social History of English Cricket (1999)
  • Richard Cashman, Patrons, players and the crowd: the phenomenon of Indian Cricket (1980)
  • Iain Chambers et al eds, The postcolonial museum: the arts of memory and the pressures of history (2014)
  • Robert Edelman and Wayne Wilson, The Oxford Handbook of Sports History, Part One: Theorizing Sports History (2017)
  • John Ford, Cricket a Social history (1972)
  • David Fraser, Cricket and the law: the man in the white is always right (1993)
  • Jon Gemmell & Boja Majumdar, Cricket, race and the 2007 World Cup (2008)
  • Jon Gemmel, The politics of South African Cricket (2004)
  • Elisa Giaccardi, Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture (2012)
  • Amit Gupta ‘Cricket: The Indianization of an Imperial Game’ in The Oxford handbook of sports history Robert Edelman and Wayne Wilson eds., (2017)
  • Andrew Hignell, A ‘favorit’ game: cricket in South Wales before 1914 (1992)
  • Derek Humphry, The cricket conspiracy (1975)
  • C L R James, Cricket (1986)
  • Shaharyar Khan, Cricket Cauldron: the turbulent politics of sport in Pakistan (2013)
  • Christina Kreps, Liberating culture: cross-cultural perspectives on museums, curation and heritage preservation (2003)
  • Dominic Malcolm, Globalizing cricket: Englishness, empire and identity (2012)
  • Michael Manley A history of West Indies Cricket (1995)
  • Mike Marqusse, Anyone but England: cricket, race and class (1998)
  • Tom Melville, The tented field: A history of cricket in America (1998)
  • Suvendrini Perera’ "Cricket, with a plot" : nationalism, cricket, and diasporic identities ‘A companion to cultural studies Toby Miller ed.,(2001)
  • Martin Polley, Sports History: A Practical Guide (2007)
  • Chris Rumford & Stephen Wagg, Cricket and Globalization (2010)
  • Greg Ryan, The Making of New Zealand Cricket, 1832-1914 (2003)
  • Keith Sandiford, Cricket and the Victorians (1994)
  • Keith Sandiford, Cricket nurseries of colonial Barbados: the elite schools 1865-1966 (1998)
  • Philippa Velija Women’s cricket and global processes (2015)
  • Clem Seecharan, Muscular learning: cricket and education in the making of the British West Indies at the end of the 19thC (2006)
  • Stephen Wagg, Cricket and National Identity in the post-colonial age (2005)