Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 24 items for :

  • "nationalism" x
  • Refine by Access: All content x
  • Refine by Content Type: All x
Clear All Modify Search
Open access

Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins

became epidemiological nationalism. In this essay, I trace epidemiology's conscription in nationalist inscription. I invoke ‘nationalism’ without the presumption that the term always already entails a regressive politics. (Plaid Cymru – the dominant

Open access

Michael Alexander Ulfstjerne

and Finn Stepputat for conversations, ideas, and for putting up with early drafts of this article. References Anderson , B. ( 1983 ), Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism ( London : Verso ). Berlant

Restricted access

Social Solidarity during the Pandemic

The Israeli Experience

Nir Atmor, Yaffa Moskovich, and Ido Liberman

Israeli Elite . [In Hebrew.] Haifa : Haifa University Press . Anderson , Benedict . 1983 . Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism . London : Verso . Avineri , Shlomo . 2016 . “ Democracy without Solidarity

Open access

The Case of India

A Moral Foundation for the Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Society in the World's Largest Democracy

Sony Pellissery, Vijay Paul, Khushi Srivastava, and Drishti Ranjan

-allopathic medicine. Since 2003, there has been a ministerial department at the national level named AAYUSH to integrate indigenous systems of health with allopathic systems. However, this effort has been confused with nationalism since 2014, when it was transformed

Open access

Viral Intimacy and Catholic Nationalist Political Economy

Covid-19 and the Community Response in Rural Ireland

David Whyte

COVID-19 and the response of the community development sector in the Republic of Ireland have uncovered the legacy of Catholic nationalism in Irish capitalism. On the 27 March 2020, the full extent of the COVID-19 lockdown measures was announced

Open access

Andrew Dawson

personal nationalisms ( Cohen 1996 ), the relationship between national identities within oneself. In the manner of so much lockdown anthropology, this is an auto-ethnography ( Reed-Danahay 1997 ), which considers my experience of being an immigrant from

Open access

Michael Herzfeld

's (not very) United Kingdom. I would not put the Confederate flag and Scots nationalism in the same political category, but the fact that both have enjoyed resurgent visibility under these populist leaders suggests that the cat is out of the bag – that

Open access

‘No Virus Is Stronger than Our Unity’

Shifting Forms of Governmental Intimacies during COVID-19

Senem Kaptan

tool to manage a public health crisis that holds the potential to upend national sentiment, they are also a ‘cultural product of nationalism’ ( Anderson 2006: 141 ) imbued with emotion. Indeed, the content of the letters express the president's love for

Open access

Andrew Dawson and Simone Dennis

it in her article, a ‘non-existence’ – a mere administrative line in the hills. A resurgent Welsh nationalism, allowed to flourish partly by devolved government, wishes things could be otherwise. And, it attempts to make an independent Wales come into

Open access

COVID-19 and Uncertain Intimacy

State–Society Relations in Urban China and Beyond

Jialing Luo

. References Anderson , B. ( 1983 ), Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism ( London Verso ). Aretxaga , B. ( 2003 ), ‘ Maddening States ’, Annual Review of Anthropology 32 : 393 – 410 , doi: 10.1146/annurev