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Rethinking Nationalism

A Critical Introduction

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This is an innovative and interdisciplinary introduction to the study of nationalism. The author uses paired chapters, first to present the work of key authors in relation to each of a set of key themes - primordialism,...

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This is an innovative and interdisciplinary introduction to the study of nationalism. The author uses paired chapters, first to present the work of key authors in relation to each of a set of key themes - primordialism, modernism, power and culture - and then critically to rethink these core concepts.

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Examines nationalism as a multi-faceted concept rather than a monolithic one

A collection of experts brought together into a single-volume

Critical analysis of each major theme

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Jonathon Hearn is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Politics, University of Edinburgh, UK.

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Jonathon Hearn is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Politics, University of Edinburgh, UK.

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