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Travel and Transformation

A Diachronic Study of the Changing Concept of Weisheng in Chinese Journals, 1880-1930

Bo Hu

) and that of the nation, the “Sick Man” was mobilized by Chinese elites, from the Hundred Days’ reformers, to the revolutionaries, to advance political agendas from reforming the country to promoting nationalism. 42 The imperative of developing the

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From Morality to Psychology

Emotion Concepts in Urdu, 1870—1920

Margrit Pernau

indicator and at the same time as a factor of a profound emotionalization of private as well as public life. The period under consideration was not only the high noon of imperialism in India, but also saw the beginnings of Indian nationalism before Gandhi

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Eugenia Gay, Philipp Nielsen, Emanuel Richter, and Gregor Feindt

the attempt to overcome “methodological nationalism.” Jörn Leonhard’s argument goes in the same direction, offering a word of caution against several risks of lightly applying comparisons between individual national histories. Diana Mishkova and

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Sectarianism and Recognition in Iraq

From Consociationalism to Deliberation?

Nicolas Pirsoul

nationalism movement, took control over the state in 1963. Saddam Hussein came to power as president in 1979. Shias, despite being a majority in the country, were politically marginalized from the beginning of the existence of the state of Iraq. They were

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Annabel Brett, Fabian Steininger, Tobias Adler-Bartels, Juan Pablo Scarfi, and Jan Surman

and nationalism Amerigo Caruso's comprehensive doctoral dissertation “Nation-State as Telos? Conservative Discourse in Prussia and Sardinia-Piedmont 1840–1870” (Saarland University, History Department) provides thoughtful insights into this dynamic

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Anton Jansson, Kai Vogelsang, and Nele Kuhlmann

, with - isms . Of course, “socialism”, “nationalism”, “liberalism”, and other “-ismatic” concepts have been thoroughly studied in the Western context—but not - isms as such, taken as a metaconcept of sorts. Indeed, this may seem like a pointless

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Rob Boddice, Christian J. Emden, and Peter Vogt

of Benedict Anderson’s remark: “It is the magic of nationalism to turn chance into destiny.” 1 Rehlinghaus understands all these various forms of political instrumentalization of the concept of fate both as a form of secularization of fate and as a

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Amit Ron

Kin: Nationalism, Democracy, and the Boundary Problem .” American Political Science Review 106 ( 4 ): 867 – 882 . 10.1017/S0003055412000421 Beckman , Ludvig . 2009 . The Frontiers of Democracy: the Right to Vote and Its Limits . Palgrave

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Sovereignty versus Influence

European Unity and the Conceptualization of Sovereignty in British Parliamentary Debates, 1945–2016

Teemu Häkkinen and Miina Kaarkoski

’s independence. 49 For example, Peter Jenkins pointed out in The Guardian on 7 May 1975 that “the ‘sovereignty’ issue in the referendum, except in so far as it is emotive of traditionalism or pure nationalism, is about who shall exercise what power and for

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Roberto Farneti

Vincent’s book Nationalism and Particularity ( 2002: 4 ), where he points out that “the communal and tribal fragmentations of, for example, the Balkans, Northern Ireland, Indonesia and Rwanda are not preferable forms of social existence. They are rather