Nationalism: Past, Present and Future

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Thomas J. Keaney (Editor)

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: POL031000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/UUPH8067

This edited volume contains six chapters, each providing a different perspective on the topic of nationalism, which is the identification with one’s own nation and support for its interests. Chapter One deals with the popular notion in India that yoga can solve the climate crisis and examines the validity of this concept. Chapter Two focuses on the nature of national identities and nationalist ideologies in Bangladesh, and attempts to identify potential future changes with specific emphasis on the impact of global media and technological trends, development of political Islam, and South Asian regional politics. Chapter Three takes an original perspective on how Ethiopia’s Christian and medieval past was perceived and exploited in the late 19th and early 20th century AD to consolidate monarchical power and to resist encroachments of European colonial powers. Chapter Four examines the complex relations between state and society within the context of South Korea’s rapid industrialization. Chapter Five analyzes propaganda and the representations of enemies of Chilean nationalism between 1932 and 1945. Finally, Chapter Six examines the role and the place of Eurasian ideology in the national discourse of Siberia.

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Preface

Chapter 1. The Not So United States of Yogaland: Post-Nationalism, Environmentalism, and Applied + Yoga’s Sustainable Development
(Patrick S. D. McCartney – Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan)

Chapter 2. Traditions in Flux: Global Impact on Religio-Cultural Foundations and the Future of Nationalism in Bangladesh
(Bobby Hajjaj – Department of Political Science and Sociology, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Chapter 3. The Use of the Past for Political Legitimization: Archaeology, Politics, and Nationalism in the 19th and Early 20th Century AD Ethiopia
(Ashenafi Girma Zena – State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, North Dakota, US)

Chapter 4. Nationalism and Development in South Korea
(Kevin Hockmuth – Global Studies Program, Akita International University, Akita, Japan)

Chapter 5. The Enemies of Our Nation: Analyzing Propaganda and the Representations of the Enemies of Chilean Nationalism (1932–1945)
(Samuel Andrés Vera – History Institute, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaiso, Chile)

Chapter 6. The Ideology of Eurasianism and Siberian Nationalisms
(Dmitry Mikhailov and Nikolay Ternov – International relations and humanitarian cooperation Department, SIM-RANEPA, Novosibirsk, Russia)

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