The Postnational Self: Belonging and Identity

Voorkant
Ulf Hedetoft, Mette Hjort
U of Minnesota Press, 2002 - 317 pagina's
What happens to a sense of belonging when national and regional governments, religious organizations, community groups, political parties, and corporations become unstable and incoherent, as they have in these nationalist and postnationalist times? From a richly interdisciplinary perspective, the authors examine notions of citizenship and cultural hybridization, migration and other forms of mobility, displacements and ethnic cleansing, and the nature of national belonging in a world turning ever more fluid, aided by transnational flows of capital, information, people, and ideas.
 

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The Paradox of Nationalism in a Global World
3
The Nationalizing International System and the National
18
The Changing Shape of Political
35
Transatlantic Images of Belonging
53
Transnational Corporations? Perhaps Global Identities?
66
Beyond Blood and Soil
120
Living in Diasporas
137
Reimagining Belonging in Circumstances of Cultural
152
Images of Home Belonging and Exile
215
The Subjects of Circulation
233
A History of Border Crossings
250
The Holocaust and
275
Contributors
295
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