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Analyzes the intellectual evolution of Hans Kohn, pioneer of nationalism studies, revealing the centrality of the idea of the nation to the ideological struggles of the twentieth century.
By Lauren Zentz
Against the background of language and nation formation in Indonesia, this book demonstrates how language planning is inseparable from the broader actions of the state, and how postcolonial nationalism and globalization have had profound implications for language use and state actions to control it.
By Simon Brooks
In the nineteenth century, the `Age of Nationalism', when nationalisms flowered in every small European country, no Welsh national movement emerged. Contrary to the popular view that Welsh radical politics was a boost for Welsh nationalism, Why Wales Never Was shows that this was the very reason for its failure.
By Mirna Zakic
An in-depth study of the ethnic German minority in the Serbian Banat and its experiences under German occupation in World War II. Mirna Zakic examines the incentives that the Nazis offered to collaboration and social dynamics within the Banat German community as well as the various and ever-more damning forms...
This book combines academic analysis and critical exploration to examine national narratives in the context of tourism and events. It explores how particular narratives are woven to tell and sell a national story and closely examines how national texts create key archival imagery that can promote tourism and events and...