Biography

Camilla grew up in the United States, in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Her research interests include the politics of memory, histories of immigration, the impact of decolonisation and international develooment, transnational race politics and ideas of citizenship and the nation in postwar Britain.

In 2013, she published a book on Enoch Powell with Cambridge University Press. She is now working on a history of anti-racism in postwar Britain. She teaches courses on twentieth-century British history, the British Empire and postcolonialism.  

All Publications

Robinson, E., Schofield, C., Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, F., Thomlinson, N.

(2017)

Telling Stories about Post-war Britain: Popular Individualism and the 'Crisis' of the 1970s,

in Twentieth Century British History

article no. hwx006

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Schofield, C.

(2015)

Enoch Powell against Empire: The New Commonwealth, the Kenyan Asian Crisis, and the Burdens of the Past,

in Historical Studies

XXVI

pp. 151-168

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Schofield, C.

(2013)

Enoch Powell and the Making of Postcolonial Britain,

Cambridge University Press

ISBN 978-1107007949

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Schofield, C.

(2012)

'A nation or no nation?' Enoch Powell and Thatcherism,

in Making Thatcher's Britain.

Cambridge University Press

pp. 95-110

ISBN 978-1107012387, 978-1107683372

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Key Research Interests

Her research interests include the politics of memory, histories of immigration, the impact of decolonisation and international develooment, transnational race politics and ideas of citizenship and the nation in postwar Britain.