The Sociology of Nationalism: Tomorrow's Ancestors

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INDEX

a
Afghanistan 123
Africa 2 , 119-20 , 169
Afrikaners 121-2 , 123
Albania 168
Algeria 103 , 111 , 114
Alsace-Lorraine 5
Alter, Peter 126
Americas 107-8 ;
see also Latin America; United States
Anderson, Benedict:
colonialism 54 ;
Gellner 83 ;
globalisation 173 ;
history 49 , 51 , 62-3 ;
identity 21 ;
language 53 ;
liberation nationalism 102 , 107-11 ;
maps 55 , 56 ;
modernity 95 ;
nation 56 , 89 ;
national icons 41 ;
nationality 173 ;
neo-nationalism 125 ;
print technology 11 , 92 ;
religion/nationalism conflict 113
Anderson, Perry 19 , 83
Anderson, Robert 47
Andorra 170
Anglo-Saxon myth 57-8
anti-Semitism 150
apartheid 121-2
Arabism 104
Armenia 74 , 159 , 162
arms race 176
art 55 , 118
Ascherson, Neal 54 , 130-1
Ash, Marinell 61
assimilationism, nationality 100
Austria 4 , 167
Austro-Hungarian empire see Habsburg empire
autonomy 126 , 175 , 183 ;
see also neo-nationalism
Azerbaijan 159

b
Baathism 104
Balcells, A. 133-4
‘balkanisation’ 150
Balkans conflict:
‘Eastern’ nationalism 112 ;
ethnicity 2 , 28 , 153 , 164-5 ;
rape 123-4 ;
Serbian nationalism 151-2 , 159 ;
‘triadic nexus’ 157 ;
see alsoindividual countries
Baltzell, Digby 24
Banton, Michael 24 , 26 , 27
Barth, Fredrik 27 , 28 , 29
Basque country 81 , 126 , 141
Bastille Day 45 , 46
Basu, T. 114 , 116
Bauman, Zygmunt 31 , 33 , 34 , 87 , 89 , 170
Beetham, David 20 , 173 , 174 , 184
Bell, Daniel 176-7
Bell, Martin 58
Benn, Tony 59
Bhabha, Homi 51 , 63 , 103 , 118
Billig, Michael 40 , 48 , 49 , 99
Body, Richard 57-8
Bohemia 80
Bosnia 73 , 123-4 , 164 , 165
Bosnia-Hercegovina 159 , 165
boundaries:
cultural 74 ;
ethnic 28-9
Bourdieu, P. 42-3
Brass, P. 116
Braveheart47,52 , 61
Break-Up of Britain, The (Nairn) 76-7
Breuilly, John:
nation-states 11 , 94-8 ;
neo-nationalism 126-7 ;
post-communist nationalism 152-3
Brubaker, Rogers:
citizenship 99-100 ;
civic/ethnic nationalism distinction 9 ;
nation 3 , 4 ;
nation-states 176 ;
post-communist nationalism 156-63 , 166

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Fall and Rise of Nationalism 1
  • 2 - Tribe, Place and Identity 22
  • 3 - Inventing the Past 44
  • 4 - ‘devils at His Back’ 64
  • 5 - Nation as State 85
  • 6 - Dialectic with the Other 102
  • 7 - In and Out of the State 125
  • 8 - The Unforeseen Revolution 149
  • 9 - Nationalism and Its Futures 169
  • Bibliography 188
  • Index 199
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