The God of Modernity: The Development of Nationalism in Western Europe

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Bloomsbury Academic, 1994 - History - 229 pages
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This book provides an integrated framework for explaining how nationalism has become one of the most powerful ideologies of modern times. Starting with a consideration of the medieval roots of the nation, the author goes on to examine the various approaches and structural theories which have been used to explain the development of nationalism. In so doing, he highlights the key role of cultural and political influences, as well as the impact of the French Revolution and its aftermath.

Clearly written with concise, self-contained chapters, this book will be of interest to undergraduates taking a range of social science and history courses as well as specialist readers.

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Josep R. Llobera is a Visiting Professor of Anthropology, at the University College London.

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