Nation, Psychology, and International Politics, 1870-1919by G. Sluga
Pub. Date: 12/08/2006
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
This volume offers a new cultural and political history of the idea of the nation. Situating the history of international politics and the idea of the nation in the history of psychology, it reveals the popularity and political importance of a transnational discourse of the psychology of nations that had taken shape in the previous half-century.
Table of ContentsIntroduction Science and the New National World Order, 1919 The Principle of Nationality, 1919-1914 Psychology, Race, and the Nation Question, 1914-1870 The Gendered Self and Political Nations, 1914-1870 Gender and the Apogee of Nationalism, 1914-1919 Epilogue, 1919- Index
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