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Nationalism and ethnosymbolism : history, culture and ethnicity in the formation of nations

Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2007.
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Introduction, Dr Athena S. Leoussi and Professor Steven Grosby; I: Theories of Nationalism and the Ethnosymbolic Approach; Chapter 1: Mapping the field: Theories of Nationalism and the Ethnosymbolic Approach, Dr Daniele Conversi, University of Lincoln; Chapter 2: The Ethnic Enigma: Nationalism, Racism and Globalisation, Professor John Stone and Polly Rizova, Boston University, USA; Chapter 3: Warfare, Remembrance  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9780748621132 074862113X
OCLC Number: 984414860
Description: vii, 343 sayfa : şekil, coats of arms, portsayfa ; 24 cm
Responsibility: ; edited by Athena S. Leoussi and Steven Grosby.

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Introduction, Dr Athena S. Leoussi and Professor Steven Grosby; I: Theories of Nationalism and the Ethnosymbolic Approach; Chapter 1: Mapping the field: Theories of Nationalism and the Ethnosymbolic Approach, Dr Daniele Conversi, University of Lincoln; Chapter 2: The Ethnic Enigma: Nationalism, Racism and Globalisation, Professor John Stone and Polly Rizova, Boston University, USA; Chapter 3: Warfare, Remembrance and National Identity, Dr John Hutchinson, London School of Economics; II: Music and Poetry in the Ethnosymbolic Approach; Chapter 4: Music and Nationalism: Five Historical Moments, Professor Jim Samson, Royal Holloway College; Chapter 5: The Sound of England, Professor David Martin, Emeritus, London School of Economics; Chapter 6: Myth, History and Nationalism: Poetry of the British Isles, Professor David Aberbach, McGill University, Canada; III: Antiquity in the Ethnosymbolic Approach; Chapter 7: The Successor Territory, Professor Steven Grosby, Clemson University, USA; Chapter 8: Ethnosymbolism in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Dr Sebastian Garman, Brunel University; IV: Ethnosymbolism in Eastern Europe and Russia; Chapter 9: The Jews and the Formation of Modern National Identity in Poland, Dr Joanna Michlic, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, USA; Chapter 10: Lev Gumilev and Russian National Identity During and After the Soviet Era, Professor Mark Bassin, University of Birmingham; Chapter 11: National Symbols: Ethnicity and Historical Continuity in Post-Communist 'New Europe', Dr Athena S. Leoussi, University of Reading; V: Ethnosymbolism in the Middle East; Chapter 12: Dilemmas of Middle East Politics, Professor John A. Armstrong, Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; Chapter 13: The Muslim Umma and the Formation of Middle Eastern Nationalisms, Professor Haim Gerber, The Hebrew University, Israel; Chapter 14: Historical Ethno-symbols in the Emergence of the State of Israel, Professor Allon Gal, Emeritus, Ben-Gurion University, Israel; VI: Ethnosymbolism in the Far East and India; Chapter 15: Ethnosymbolism in China and Taiwan, Dr Peter Ferdinand, University of Warwick; Chapter 16: The Making of a Language of Patriotism in Modern Bengali, Dr Sudipta Kaviraj, SOAS, University of London; VII: Ethnosymbolism in Africa; Chapter 17: Holy Nigerian Nationalisms; Dr Obi Igwara; Chapter 18: Ethnic Demobilisation: The Case of the Afrikaners, Professor Jack Spence, King's College London and Professor David Welsh, Emeritus, University of Cape Town, South Africa; VIII: Ethnosymbolism in the Americas; Chapter 19: Women, War and the Confederate Ethnoscape, Dr Bruce Cauthen, formerly of Emory University, USA; Chapter 20: Ethnic Origins and Indigenous Peoples: An Approach from Latin America, Dr Natividad Gutierrez Chong, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Epilogue: The Power of Ethnic Traditions in the Modern World, Professor Anthony D. Smith, Emeritus, London School of Economics.

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