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Anthony Douglas Smith, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities John Hutchinson, John Hutchinson, Anthony D. Smith, Professor of Sociology Anthony Smith
Oxford University Press, 1994 - Political Science - 378 pages
Introduction I The Question of Definition Introduction 1 Qu'est-ce qu'une nation? Ernest Renan 2 The Nation Joseph Stalin 3 The Nation Max Weber 4 Nationalism and Social Communication Karl W. Deutsch 5 Primordial and Civic Ties Clifford Geertz 6 The Nation as Power-Container Anthony Giddens 7 A Nation is a Nation, is a State, is an Ethnic Group, is a ... Walker Connor II Theories of Nationalism Introduction 8 Nationalism and Self-Determination Elie Kedourie 9 Nationalism and Modernization Ernest Gellner 10 Nationalism and High Cultures Ernest Gellner 11 The Maladies of Development Tom Nairn 12 The Nation as Invented Tradition Eric Hobsbawm 13 Elite Competition and Nation-Formation Paul R. Brass 14 Imagined Communities Benedict Anderson 15 A Socio-Biological Perspective Pierre Van Den Berghe 16 The Sources of Nationalist Ideology John Breuilly 17 The Crisis of Dual Legitimation Anthony D. Smith 18 Cultural Nationalism and Moral Regeneration John Hutchinson III The Rise of Nations Introduction 19 Old and New Nations Hugh Seton-Watson 20 Regnal Sentiments and Medieval Communities Susan Reynolds 21 Nations before Nationalism John Armstrong 22 The Origins of Nations Anthony D. Smith 23 When is a Nation? Walker Connor VI Nationalism In Europe Introduction 24 Western and Eastern Nationalisms Hans Kohn 25 Liah Greenfeld, Types of European Nationalism 26 Nationalism in Eastern Europe Peter Sugar 27 The Rise of Ethno-Linguistic Nationalisms Eric Hobsbawm 28 Ethno-Regional Movements in the West Michael Hechter and Margaret Levi V Nationalism outside Europe Introduction 29 Creole Pioneers of Nationalism Benedict Anderson 30 Dark Gods and their Rites Elie Kedourie 31 National History and its Exclusions Partha Chatterjee 32 Islam and Nationalism Francis Robinson 33 Ideologies of Delayed Development Mary Matossian 34 The Colonial Construction of African Nations Crawford Young 35 State and Nation in African Thought Benyamin Neurberger 36 Economic Nationalism in New States Harry Johnson VI Nationalism and the International System Introduction 37 Three Phases of Nationalism Edward H. Carr 38 The Rise of the Nation-State System Alfred Cobban 39 Europe and the International State System Charles Tilly 40 War and Nations Michael Howard 41 Ethnic Conflict in the West Arend Lijphart 42 The Logic of Secessions Donald Horowitz 43 Irredentist and Secessionist Challenges James Mayall 44 Towards a Post-Communist World John Armstrong VII Beyond Nationalism? Introduction 45 Ethnic Nationalism and Post-Industrialism Anthony H. Richmond 46 Reasserting the Polyethnic Norm William H. McNeill 47 Narrating the Nation Homi Bhabha 48 Women and the Nation-State Floya Anthias and Nira Yuval-Davis 49 Europeanness: A New Cultural Battlefield? Philip Schlesinger Notes Select Bibliography Biographical Notes Acknowledgements Index.

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I The Question of Definition
II Theories of Nationalism
III The Rise of Nations
IV Nationalism In Europe
V Nationalism outside Europe
VI Nationalism and the International System
VII Beyond Nationalism?
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Anthony Smith is Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics. John Hutchinson is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities at Griffith University, Brisbane.