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This book pursues a new cultural and political story of the idea of the nation, and of international politics in the early twentieth century, which situates both in the context of the history of psychology. That new story begins with the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, and moves backwards in time to the history of the rise of scientific psychology since 1870.
• 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-