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The Politics/People Dichotomy in the Ethnography of Post-Yugoslav Nationalization
,” the Ljubićs argued, “but we can’t expect results overnight.” They occasionally praised certain politicians, but more frequently they evoked the very blessing of having one’s own state (i.e., “nation-state”) and the superiority of nationalized
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Josepha Ivanka Wessels
identities of adversaries can be perpetuated in cyberspace, even if these adversaries are inactive in the offline world. For example, YouTube provides a digital public space for Rhodesians to express their national identity, while Rhodesia as a nation-state
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set examples to their citizens of action which might be emulated.” Nevertheless, the nation-state is not perceived as a threatening political model; on the contrary, the homogeneity of a population is considered to be a stabilizing factor, whereas
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by the national airline, Ariana, a pre-modern religious icon transformed into an iconic symbol of the modern nation-state. As this suggests, the role afforded specific artifacts, images, or monuments as symbols of the secular nation-state can heighten
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David N. Gellner
deeply implicated in the rise of Sinhalese and other nationalisms. Buddhist nationalism could exist, to some extent, just as it could in Christian countries, even before the advent of colonialism and modern ideas of the nation-state. That, at any rate, is
The Being and Becoming of Burundian Refugees in the Camp and the City
emplacement where migrants inhabit a place—only they expand this place beyond the geographical limits of the concrete nation-state. I argue, on the other hand, that the camp and the city become non-places, places where emplacement is impossible and
Indigenous Government, Violence, and Comunalidad
of domination. It is also important to leave behind the analytical approach of the nation-state as a territorial subject of inquiry and to move closer to the local level in order to understand the procedural power of violence and coercion ( Pansters
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of religion, but also in scholarship on secularism and religion—particularly the way that the rise of the European nation-state depended on an articulation of the public sphere as the domain of men and the private sphere as the domain of women