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Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany
  • R. Brubaker
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 1 September 1992
Preface Introduction: Traditions of Nationhood in France and Germany I. The Institution of Citizenship 1. Citizenship as Social Closure 2. The French Revolution and the Invention of NationalExpand
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Ethnicity without Groups
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Ethnicity without Groups 2. Beyond "Identity" 3. Ethnicity as Cognition 4. Ethnic and Nationalist Violence 5. The Return of Assimilation? 6. "Civic" and "Ethnic"Expand
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The ‘diaspora’ diaspora
As the use of ‘diaspora’ has proliferated in the last decade, its meaning has been stretched in various directions. This article traces the dispersion of the term in semantic, conceptual andExpand
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Beyond “identity”
We often think of ourselves as our body, mind, and emotions. We take these three elements and make an amalgamation. However, we also often talk about a person’s soul. Is there any scientific basisExpand
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The return of assimilation? Changing perspectives on immigration and its sequels in France, Germany, and the United States
“The point about the melting pot,” wrote Nathan Glazer and Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the preface to their influential Beyond the Melting Pot, “is that it did not happen.” This “failure to melt”Expand
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Ethnicity as cognition
This article identifies an incipient and largely implicit cognitive turn in the study of ethnicity, and argues that it can be consolidated and extended by drawing on cognitive research in socialExpand
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Nationalist Politics and Everyday Ethnicity in a Transylvanian Town
Rogers Brubaker and his associates undertake an ambitious and challenging task in their monograph on Nationalist Politics and Everyday Ethnicity in a Transylvanian Town. Their “task” is to examineExpand
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Ethnicity, Race, and Nationalism
This article traces the contours of a comparative, global, cross-disciplinary, and multiparadigmatic field that construes ethnicity, race, and nationhood as a single integrated family of forms ofExpand
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Between nationalism and civilizationism: the European populist moment in comparative perspective
ABSTRACT This paper argues that the national populisms of Northern and Western Europe form a distinctive cluster within the wider north Atlantic and pan-European populist conjuncture. They areExpand
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