The Construction of Nationhood, first published in , is a thorough re-analysis of both nationalism and nations. In particular it Adrian Hastings. Cambridge. THE CONSTRUCTION OF. NATIONHOOD: ETHNICITY,. RELIGION AND. NATIONALISM. Adrian Hastings. Cambridge, Cambndge University Press, , xii. The Construction of Nationhood has 35 ratings and 5 reviews. Adrian Hastings Be the first to ask a question about The Construction of Nationhood.
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Brent Uzzell rated it really liked it Dec 11, The Case of Jacques Maritain. Ovunc rated it really liked it Feb 26, The construction of nationhood: While theorists of nationhood have paid mostly scant attention to England, the development of the nation-state is seen here as central to the subject, but the analysis is carried forward to embrace many other examples, including Ireland, the South Slavs and modern Africa, before concluding with an overview of the impact of religion, contrasting Islam with Christianity.
Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism.
The Construction of Nationhood: Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism by Adrian Hastings
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Its argument in This interdisciplinary book straddles the fields of history, politics, religion and sociology, and medieval and modern history.
David Longfellow; The Construction of Nationhood: Mark Schrad rated it really liked it Aug 13, Cambridge University Press, While theorists of nationhood have paid mostly scant attention to England, the development of the nation-state is seen here as central to the subject, but the analysis is carried forward to embrace many other examples, including Ireland, the South Slavs and modern Africa, before concluding with an overview of the impact of religion, contrasting Islam with Christianity, while evaluating the ability of each to support supra-national political communities.
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Nielsen Book Data The Nation in History: The Construction of Nationhood: Stephen Shapiro rated it liked it Aug 16, England as prototype– 3. Ethnicity further considered– 8. In opposition to books which limit nations and nationalism to the eighteenth century and after, as an aspect of ‘modernization’, the author argues for a medieval origin to both, dependent upon Biblical religion and the development of vernacular literatures.
Josefine rated it liked it Aug 04, Hayk Toroyan rated it really liked it Apr 13, Finally a book about nationalism that is able to discuss religion intelligently! Page 18 – The Bible, moreover, presented in Israel itself a developed model of what it means to be a nation – a unity of people, language, religion, territory and government.
Page 9 – Nationalism is not the awakening of nations to selfconsciousness: But the religious stuff he weaves in is interesting. Read the chapter on Africa as an introduction to the historiography around the treatment of religion in African. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism.
Indeed it hastingss more than ‘manifest’ the nature of a nation, it establishes it. Cambridge University PressNov 6, – History – pages.
The nation and nationalism. Related articles in Google Scholar. Page 15 – And who, in time, knows whither we may vent The treasure of our tongue, to what strange shores This gain of our best glory shall be sent, T’ enrich unknowing nations with our stores?
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Page 35 – What have I done for you, England, my England? You do not currently have access to this article.
Where shall the watchful sun, England, my England, Match the master-work you’ve done, England, my own? The Nation in History: I mean, I’ve got to be honest- the majority A controversial take on nationalism- emphasizes role of religion, the vernacular, especially the Bible.