4 edition of Making nations, creating strangers found in the catalog.
Making nations, creating strangers
|Statement||edited by Sara Dorman, Daniel Hammett, Paul Nugent.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
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"Nation, Ethnicity, And Citizenship: Dilemmas Of Democracy Making nations Civil Order In Africa" published on 01 Jan by by: "Making Nations, Creating Strangers" published on 11 May by Brill. Sara Rich Dorman, DPhil () in Politics, University of Oxford, is lecturer in African Politics at the University of research has focussed on state-society relations in Zimbabwe and Eritrea.
She is the Co-Editor of African Affairs. Daniel P. Hammett is a Ph.D. candidate in African Studies at creating strangers book University of Edinburgh.
His work focusses upon issues of race, identity and public Author: Nugent, P (ed.), Hammett. Making Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Citizenship in Africa Sarah Rich Dorman, Daniel Patrick Hammett, Paul Nugent BRILL, - Social Science - pages. Regardless of this, Making Nations, Creating Strangers is a valuable sourcebook for students and scholars interested in current discussions on citizenship in different African states and its relations to colonial and pre-colonial circumstances.
It provides stimulating reading and a starting point for future research on the construction of Author: Michelle Engeler. Get this from a library. Making nations, creating strangers: states and citizenship in Africa. [Sara Rich Dorman; Daniel Patrick Hammett; Paul Nugent;] -- Who belongs to the nation.
How is citizenship defined. And why have such identities become so politically explosive in recent years. This book explores the instrumental manipulation of citizenship. Research output: Book/Report › Anthology Harvard Nugent, P, Dorman, S & Daniel, HMaking Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Citizenship in by: Request PDF | On Jun 1,Paul Nugent and others published Making Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Citizenship in Africa | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
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Who belongs to the nation. How is citizenship defined. And why have such identities become so politically explosive in recent years. This book explores the instrumental manipulation of citizenship and narrowing definitions of national-belonging whichCited by: Making Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Citizenship in Africa by Sara Dorman () Category: boeken geindexeerd, boeken geindexeerd Door.
Although the papers published in Making Nations, Creating Strangers issue from a conference on ‘States, borders and nations: negotiating citizenship in Africa’ (Edinburgh, May ) the book has strong internal coherence.
The editors have done a good job in their introduction: they raise the key questions. TY - CHAP. T1 - African Rebels and the Citizenship Question.
AU - Reno, William S. PY - Y1 - M3 - Chapter. SP - EP - BT - Making Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Author: William S Reno. By the early s, the biological view of race was gaining legitimacy in the minds of many Europeans and Americans. As a result, it shaped the way many people defined the word nation.
According to their definition, the members of a nation not only shared a common history, culture, and language but also common ancestors, character traits, and physical characteristics. The most obvious real-life historical parallel in Make Your Home Among Strangers is the story of Elian Gonzalez.
Though in the novel, Elian’s story is loosely embellished and transmuted into the story of the fictional Ariel Hernandez, the structure of events surrounding the political fracas over one boy’s chance at asylum remains more or less the same.
Nations and Strangers, Ethnic Corporations Sarah Dorman, Daniel Hammett and Paul Nugent (eds), Making Nations, Creating Strangers: States and Citizenship in Africa (Leiden, Brill, ), xii + pp., paperback, ISBN John L. Comaroff and. If this sounds like a book or movie or all-too-real incident you've seen before (I was initially reminded of Sydney's Lindt Cafe siege) Norman's skill is in creating readily identifiable Author: Greg Fleming.
John Smolenski, Associate Professor of History at University of California- Davis, begins his tome, Friends and Strangers: The Making of a Creole Culture in Colonial Pennsylvania (a work within the Early American Studies series) with an appropriate discussion of and lesson on the complex etymology of the word ing to the author, modern readers will likely view the word with.
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The authors, sociologist Nancy E. Riley and anthropologist Krista E. Van Vleet of Bowdoin College.Douglas Monroy's "Thrown Among Strangers: The Making of Mexican Culture in Frontier California" When Spaniards colonized California, they invaded the native Indians with foreign worldviews, weapons, and diseases.
The distinct regional culture that resulted from this union in turn found itself.Nations» God making all nations out of one blood Acts "For while I was passing through and examining the objects of your worship, I also found an altar with this inscription, 'TO AN UNKNOWN GOD ' Therefore what you worship in ignorance, this I proclaim to you.