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Title Nationalism in the English-speaking world / edited by Rachel Hutchins-Viroux and Jeremy Tranmer
Published Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (154 pages)
Contents Table of contents; introduction; part i; teaching the nation; complicating ""white australia""; protest nationalisms in north america; an "un-western" nationalism; part ii; "a house divided against itself cannot stand"; the school of london as a missing piece in benjamin buchloh's theory of re-nationalization; arthurianism and national identity in england; the ghostly imprint of the nation; contributors
Summary A great deal has been written in recent years about nationalism. Yet scholars remain sharply divided as to a coherent theoretical model of this phenomenon and many have called for further empirical research. This volume pursues this line of inquiry, examining a variety of geographical contexts within the English-speaking world, including Australia, Canada, India, the United Kingdom and the United States at different historical periods. These interdisciplinary studies combine elements of socio .
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Nationalism.
Form Electronic book
Author Hutchins-Viroux, Rachel.
Tranmer, Jeremy.
ISBN 144380469X (electronic bk.)
9781443804691 (electronic bk.)