Scaling Identities: Nationalism and Territoriality

Scaling Identities: Nationalism and Territoriality


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ISBN-13: 9781442264762
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 10/06/2017
Pages: 302
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Guntram H. Herb is professor of geography at Middlebury College. David H. Kaplan is professor of geography at Kent State University.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Scaling the Nation
David H. Kaplan and Guntram H. Herb
Part I: Conceptual Issues
1: Power, Territory, and National Identity
Guntram H. Herb
2: National Identity and Scalar Processes
David H. Kaplan
Part II: Consolidating Identities
3: The Changing Context of German Nationhood
Corey Johnson
4: Sociocultural and Territorial Aspects of Argentine Identity
David Keeling
5: Construction of Postcolonial Tanzanian National Identity
Kefa M. Otiso
Part III: Magnifying Identities
6: Toward a Meaningful European Identity
Alexander B. Murphy
7: Greater Caribbean Regional Identity
Gary S. Elbow
8: Imagining the Arab Homeland and Palestine
Karen Culcasi
Part IV: Connecting Identities
9: Native American Resurgence and Scales of Identity
Steven E. Silvern
10: The Reinstitutionalization of Island Identities in Japan
Takashi Yamazaki
11: Chinese National Identity and Social Networks
Susan M. Walcott
Part V: Fragmenting Identities
12: Partition and National Fragmentation of Kurdistan
Carl T. Dahlman and Sanan Moradi
13: Contested Identities in Transylvania
George W. White
14: Indian Diasporas and the Creation of Subnational Identities
Pablo Bose
Afterword: Transcending Scale?
Jouni Häkli
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