Mr Brown also blasted the SNP, saying it is peddling what it claims is a progressive, pro-European Scottish nationalism
while ignoring what he says are the hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk if Scotland leaves the UK.
With the publication of his latest exquisitely crafted history, Anthony Reid has written the most exciting exploration of nationalism
and political identity in Southeast Asia since Benedict Anderson's Imagined communities (London: Verso, 1983, 1991).
The articles included in this book highlight different stages in the historical development of Kurdish nationalism
. Martin van Bruinessen delves into a critical analysis of "Mem u Zin", considered a national Kurdish epic while Hamit Bozarslan and Nelida Fuccaro tackle respectively the development of Kurdish nationalism
in Turkey and Syria.
Though Canadas of the Mind, like Nationalism
in Canada, is diverse both in the kinds of expertise it draws upon and in the outlooks expressed, it is based much more on the discipline of history than our book was.
Few of the Confederation delegates in 1864--65 conceived of federal union in nationalist terms, and few thought a Canadian nationalism
The essays that confront the role of gender in Black nationalisms
also highlight the complexity of Black politics, addressing a range of concerns, including, but not limited to, the compatibility between feminist and nationalist politics and nationalismis relationship to the state.
is based on acknowledging the people of Wales as a nation, having loyalty to it and working hard to enhance its well being and identity.
In a lovely essay on soccer and the Iranian resistance, Foer argues that soccer can be a wedge for Western, aspirational values to crack open even the most oppressive of societies; and, in a chapter on his beloved Barcelona, suggests that in the most cosmopolitan of cultures, there is an admirable sort of "bourgeois nationalism
" afoot, impassioned but tolerant.
This project was basically a modernization project dependent upon the three pillars of nationalism
, westernization and secularism.
Clearly, many nationalisms
in the world are guided by conservative
As it stands, however, the collection is an excellent introduction to many issues involved in thinking about gender and nation, particularly in, as the editors describe it, the "constitutive phase of modern nationalisms
in its origins looks, for obvious reasons, very similar to the nationalisms
of Cuba and continental Latin America; Meiji nationalism
has obvious similarities to the late-nineteenth century official nationalisms
we find in Ottoman Turkey, Tsarist Russia, and imperial Great Britain; Indian nationalism
is morphologically analogous to what one finds in Ireland and in Egypt.