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Jennifer Ruth Hosek

The West Berlin anti-authoritarians around Rudi Dutschke employed a notion of subaltern nationalism inspired by independence struggles in the global South and particularly by post 1959 Cuba to legitimate their loosely understood plans to recreate West Berlin as a revolutionary island. Responding to Che Guevara's call for many Vietnams, they imagined this Northern metropolis as a Focus spreading socialism of the third way throughout Europe, a conception that united their local and global aims. In focusing on their interpretation of societal changes and structures in Cuba, the anti-authoritarians deemphasized these plans' potential for violence. As a study of West German leftists in transnational context, this article suggests the limitations of confining analyses of their projects within national or Northern paradigms. As a study of the influence of the global South on the North in a non-(post)colonial situation, it suggests that such influence is greater than has heretofore been understood.

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Lauren Marx

African nationalism with a comparative analysis to that of the current political leadership in South Africa today. The question of education, land and race has been omnipresent in the South African narrative and therefore this research is important in

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Liberation Autochthony

Namibian Veteran Politics and African Citizenship Claims

Lalli Metsola

citizenship. I will argue Namibian ex-combatant and veteran politics exemplify a particular kind of exclusionary nationalism that is comparable with autochthonous and ethnonationalist politics of citizenship that tend to operate through “cultural” designators

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Hillel Cohen

for holiness, and this has been an important influence on both national societies and the relations between them. Regarding the connection between Palestinian nationalism and Jerusalem, I argue—following Rashid Khalidi (1997) and Haim Gerber (2008

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Staging Sassoun

Memory and Music Video in Post-Soviet Armenia

Rik Adriaans

its border with Georgia. 1 I had come to Armenia as an anthropologist studying the relations between music, nationalism, and memory, and during the interview with Tadevosyan, I was struck by the fact that he kept referring to his folkloristic music

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The Art of Doubting

A Jewish Perspective

Danny Rich

trumpet a form of economic nationalism, though only one of them seeks to hide that nationalism with liberal rhetoric. In either case, if you were one of the chattering middle classes with an interest in politics, you might conclude that the world has

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Not Soft Power, But Speaking Softly

‘Everyday Diplomacy’ in Field Relations during the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Jeremy Morris

post-socialist epoch: state and inter-state violence as a substitute for politics; abrupt social change, impoverishment and upheaval; the division of common spaces by ethno-nationalism. However, this article argues that the political event can both

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Provincial Shakespeare

Donald Wolfit, Marginality, and The Merry Wives of Windsor

Christopher Marlow

view the Mass-Observation official had of the lunchtime audience's ‘provincial’ tastes. Whatever the truth of the matter, if the aim was to boost wartime morale through the very nationalism that assisted the Nazis in gaining power in Germany in the

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Unearthing Unknowns

The Forensic Practice and Memory Politics of Korean War Disinterments

Sarah Wagner

century and took firm root in the wake of the First World War (2015: 414, 417). Thus, to ‘“feel the force” of nationalism's modernity’, as Benedict Anderson has argued, ‘one has only to imagine the general reaction to the busybody who “discovered” the

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Amotz Giladi

“Hebrew” nationalism, identifying with the ancient Hebrews’ premonotheistic civilization that arose in the second millennium BCE. Asserting that in the course of their history the Hebrews had inhabited territories spanning the entire Fertile Crescent