The Construction of Nationhood, first published in , is a thorough re-analysis of both nationalism and nations. In particular it Adrian Hastings. Cambridge. THE CONSTRUCTION OF. NATIONHOOD: ETHNICITY,. RELIGION AND. NATIONALISM. Adrian Hastings. Cambridge, Cambndge University Press, , xii. The Construction of Nationhood has 35 ratings and 5 reviews. Adrian Hastings Be the first to ask a question about The Construction of Nationhood.
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Some African case studies. Email alerts New issue alert. Popular passages Page 57 – Yet that which is above all this, the favour and the love of heaven, we have great argument to think in a peculiar manner propitious and propending towards us. Page 18 – The Bible, moreover, presented in Israel itself a developed model of what it means to be a nation – a unity of people, language, religion, territory and government. But the religious stuff he weaves in is interesting.
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Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Page 93 – English and Britons, that from time to time have come over into this kingdom, and there remains but a mere handful of the ancient Irish at this day ; — I may say not one in a thousand In opposition to books which limit nations and nationalism to the eighteenth century and after, as an aspect of ‘modernization’, the author argues for a medieval origin to both, dependent upon Biblical religion and the development of vernacular literatures.
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Smith Limited preview – Browse related items Start at call number: Nielsen Book Data Publisher’s Summary The Construction of Nationhood is a thorough re-analysis of both nationalism and nations. In particular it challenges the current ‘modernist’ orthodoxies of such writers as Eric Hobsbawm, Benedict Anderson and Ernest Gellner, and it offers a systematic critique cknstruction Hobsbawm’s best-selling Nations and Nationalism since Indeed it does more than ‘manifest’ the nature consstruction a nation, it establishes it.
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