Nationalism: History and Theory

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Pearson Education, 2005 - History - 245 pages
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Considers the historiography of theories of nationalism, presenting an understanding of why the almost ubiquitous phenomena of nations and nationalisms have proved so intangible. Introduced by a survey of nationalism in European history, the text deals with the theories rather than events and discusses the key debates.

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Paul Lawrence teaches History at the Open University. He has published on interwar France, nationalism and issues of crime and policing.

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