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Summary: A reader containing a wide range of articles, most of which deal with current scholarly debates (the only exception is Ernest Renan's classic article "What is a Nation?".) Areas of scholarship covered include: the origin of nations; colonialism, race and identity; and moving "beyond the nation." In addition to these articles, the volume also contains concise biographies of the authors included. Specific articles and authors include: Introduction: From the Moment of Social History to the Work of Cultural Representation, by Geoff Eley and Ronald Grigor Suny; What Is a Nation?, by Ernest Renan; From National Movement to the Fully-Formed Nation: The Nation Building Process in Europe, by Miroslav Hroch; Scotland and Europe, by Tom Nairn; The Origins of Nations, by Anthony D. Smith; The Nation Form: History and Ideology, by Etienne Balibar; Historicizing National Identity, or Who Imagines What and When, by Prasenjit Duara ; Peasants and Danes: The Danish National Identity and Political Culture, by Uffe Ostergdrd; The USSR as a Communal Apartment, or How a Socialist State Promoted Ethnic Particularism, by Yuri Slezkine; Census, Map, Museum, by Benedict Anderson ; "No Longer in a Future Heaven": Nationalism, Gender, and Race, by Anne McClintock; Sexual Affronts and Racial Frontiers: European Identities and the Cultural Politics of Exclusion in Colonial Southeast Asia, by Ann Stoler; Basques, Anti-Basques, and the Moral Community, by Marianne Heiberg; Ethnicity: Identity and Difference, by Suart Hall; One Nation under a Groove: The Cultural Politics of "Race" and Racism in Britain, by Paul Gilroy; The Ambiguities of Authenticity in Latin America: Doña Bárbara and the Construction of National Identity, by Julie Skurski; The Decline of the Nation State, by David Held; National Identity and Socialist Moral Majority, by Renata Salecl; The Nation- State and Its Others: In Lieu of a Preface, by Khachig Tölölyan; National Geographic: The Rooting of Peoples and the Territorialization of National Identity among Scholars and Refugees, by Liisa Malkki; No Place like Heimat: Images of Home(land) in European Culture, by David Morley and Kevin Robins; Rac(e)ing the Nation: Is There a German "Home"?, by Jeffrey M. Peck; and The Theory of Infantile Citizenship, by Lauren Berlant. [E. Zuelow]
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