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Foundations of National Identity: From Catalonia to Europe - New Directions in Anthropology 19 (Hardback)
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Foundations of National Identity: From Catalonia to Europe - New Directions in Anthropology 19 (Hardback)

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Hardback 226 Pages / Published: 28/10/2004
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Originally seen as a positive force, nationalism has resulted in warfare and persecution of minorities, so much so that, over time, it has been considered a social evil whose apparent decline has been greeted as a positive development. This text disputes this, maintaining that nationalism is not disappearing but has taken on a different form.

Publisher: Berghahn Books, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781571816122
Number of pages: 226
Weight: 426 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm


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""Josep Llobera's new book is an untypical addition to the literature on nationalism. A Catalan anthropologist writing about Catalonia and Europe, Llobera is analytical and engaged in about equal measures, exploring new opportunities for national identities within the emerging structural framework of the European Union...Llobera's engaged and original book is a welcome addition to the macro-anthropology of European nationalisms, raising old questions with a new twist and combining, surprisingly successfully, the roles of anthropologist and national chronicler."."JRAI"


"Josep Llobera's new book is an untypical addition to the literature on nationalism. A Catalan anthropologist writing about Catalonia and Europe, Llobera is analytical and engaged in about equal measures, exploring new opportunities for national identities within the emerging structural framework of the European Union...Llobera's engaged and original book is a welcome addition to the macro-anthropology of European nationalisms, raising old questions with a new twist and combining, surprisingly successfully, the roles of anthropologist and national chronicler." - JRAI


-Josep Llobera's new book is an untypical addition to the literature on nationalism. A Catalan anthropologist writing about Catalonia and Europe, Llobera is analytical and engaged in about equal measures, exploring new opportunities for national identities within the emerging structural framework of the European Union...Llobera's engaged and original book is a welcome addition to the macro-anthropology of European nationalisms, raising old questions with a new twist and combining, surprisingly successfully, the roles of anthropologist and national chronicler.- - JRAI

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