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Stacy M. K. George

“Amen,” everyone stands up unprompted to recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, followed by a collective singing of the national anthem. A middle-aged woman plays along on an old wooden piano hidden from view in the auditorium. Many men salute the

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Recapturing the Lost

Digitalized Memories of the Rhodesian Bush War

Ane Marie Ørbø Kirkegaard

eloquently put their nationalist feelings into words. It became the unofficial national anthem. In YouTube videos with cultural Rhodesian content, his song is played and sung over and over, by other bands, by audiences, or as a voice-over on stills. Also, the

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Death of a Statesman – Birth of a Martyr

Martyrdom and Memorials in Post–Civil War Lebanon

Are John Knudsen

next to a six-meter-tall bronze column–cum–stylised clock tower (reminiscent of the ancient Roman columns), with inscriptions of the national anthem. Every day at 12.55 – the exact time Hariri was murdered – the clock emits a five-minute sound of church

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

” (2008: 131). 3 This brings to mind Stan Grant’s recent, prominent speech on the inherent racism of Australia when he identifies the opening of the national anthem—“Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free”—highlighting the disregard of

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Fall-Out and the German People

The Political Climate in Pausewang's Novel Die Wolke (1987) and Anike Hage's Manga Adaptation (2013)

Sean A. McPhail

. 18 Hage, Die Wolke , 132–133. 19 Eppelsheimer, ‘Atomkraft’, 21. 20 ‘Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit’ (‘Unity and justice and freedom)’ is from West Germany's and united Germany's national anthem, the ‘Deutschlandlied’ [Song of Germany

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Spatializing Radical Political Imaginaries

Neoliberalism, Crisis, and Transformative Experience in the Syntagma Square Occupation in Greece

Dimitris Soudias

indignation in a more nationalist and fascist direction. Indeed, waving the Greek flag and singing the national anthem as recurring discursive and symbolic performances in the upper square created a sense of communitas ( Turner 2008 ) held together by

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Listening with Displacement

Sound, Citizenship, and Disruptive Representations of Migration

Tom Western

( Poulimenakos and Dalakoglou 2018: 179 ). And these efforts sit in tension with practices elsewhere in the city from members of the far-right political party Golden Dawn (Χρυσή Αυγή), who use chanting and the national anthem to reterritorialize public space

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The Making of a Capital

Jerusalem on Israeli Banknotes

Na'ama Sheffi and Anat First

: News Discourse, Nationhood and Civil Society .” Media, Culture & Society 29 ( 1 ): 105 – 129 . 10.1177/0163443706072001 Gavriely-Nuri , Dalia . 2007 . “ The Social Construction of ‘Jerusalem of Gold’ as Israel's Unofficial National Anthem

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Benjamin C. Fortna

political socialization. 23 In another reader, a poem entitled “The Schoolboy” ( Mektepli ) written by Mehmed Emin (another of whose poems would become the lyrics for the Turkish national anthem) appears. An accompanying illustration shows the boy framed by

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War and Memory

The Israeli Communist Commemoration of the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1986

Amir Locker-Biletzki

full-blown maturity was the collective trauma of World War I, mainly the 1914 Battle of Langemarck where, reportedly, youthful students charged at the enemy singing the German national anthem (ibid.: 70). Since it represented the first time that modern