A diagnosis of the contemporary condition of national identity in the
framework of European integration, focusing on Britain, Denmark, and
Germany in a comparative perspective. Goes beyond a historical
approach to nationalism by applying an interdisciplinary methodology
inspired by semiotics, ethnography, and political science to a theory
of nationalism's political semiotics as well as to detailed readings
of national signs in the current European context. Distributed by
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