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Narrating the Nation: Representations in History, Media and the Arts (Making Sense of History)

ISBN-13: 978-1845454241
ISBN-10: 1845454243
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"...an important, indeed significant, collection of essays that examine the historiography of presenting 'nationhood.' There is a shared point of view in the historiographical perspectives of the contributors that warrants the collection being considered as a 'transitional formulation' in Jaspers's sense of the term...[The volume] can thus be seen as a watershed book for our time, opening an avenue for a global historiography of 'in-common historiographical premises,' even as it insists on discerning the diverse and complex perspectives that constitute any particular study."  ·  H-Net Habsburg

"The bulk of the analytical essays are well-written, informative and acute in pursuing the theoretical ambitions of the volume...Narrating the Nation is highly interesting and has a lot to offer. It is, at the same time, a focused and many-facetted volume, which everyone can draw inspiration from, both theoretically and thematically. Against this background, the book can be warmly recommended."  · H-Soz-u-Kult

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Narrating the Nation is an important and significant collection of groundbreaking essays that examine the historiography of presenting “nationhood.” --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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