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Nationalism and its Futures
Edited by Umut Ozkirimli
 
 
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11 Nov 2003
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The crisis of the nation-state is one of the most commonly used clichés of the last decade, and the future of nationalism appears to be more uncertain than ever as it is caught between globalization and identity politics. In Nationalism and its Futures, leading experts discuss the challenges posed by and to nationalism at the turn of a new millennium, devoting particular attention to the processes of globalization and their implications for the future of nation-states. The book also identifies and explores some of the alternatives to nationalism, such as cosmopolitanism and the politics of belonging.


Description

The crisis of the nation-state is one of the most commonly used clichés of the last decade, and the future of nationalism appears to be more uncertain than ever as it is caught between globalization and identity politics. In Nationalism and its Futures, leading experts discuss the challenges posed by and to nationalism at the turn of a new millennium, devoting particular attention to the processes of globalization and their implications for the future of nation-states. The book also identifies and explores some of the alternatives to nationalism, such as cosmopolitanism and the politics of belonging.


Contents

Introduction; U.Özkirimli
Conditions for National Homogenizers; J.A.Hall
The Nation in Heterogeneous Time; P.Chatterjee
Universality and Rights: The Challenges to Nationalism; F.Halliday
Nationalism, Globalism and the Conflict of Civilizations; J.Hutchinson
Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism; C.Calhoun
Belongings: In Between the Indegene and the Diasporic; N.Yuval-Davis
Conclusion: The Futures of Nationalism; W.Kymlicka


Authors

UMUT ÖZKIRIMLI is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey. He is the author of Theories of Nationalism: A Critical Introduction. His forthcoming publications include Contemporary Nationalism and Contested Terrains: A Comparative Study of Greek and Turkish Nationalist Imaginaries (with Spyros A. Sofos).