Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Ming Studies

Reviews
Tonio Andrade, vol. 2014 (70): 73-80

National Identities

Shaping Holocaust memory in Greece: memorials and their public history
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Rewriting the nation: British theatre today
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The origins and nature of American nationalism
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School and nation. Identity politics and educational media in an age of diversity
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Contesting the anti-totalitarian consensus: the concept of national independence, the memory of the Second World War and the ideological cleavages in post-war Greece
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Britain: unification and disintegration
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The future governance of citizenship
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‘Love beyond colour’: the formation of interracial gay men's intimate relationships in post-apartheid South Africa
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National art and Britain made real: the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony
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The dragon is not always red: the extreme right and ultra-nationalism in Wales
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World War II or Great Patriotic War remembrance? Crafting the nation in commemorative speeches of Ukrainian presidents
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Strange passages: carceral mobility and the liminal in the catastrophic history of American deportation
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Kirkuk conflict in its ethnic/political media: the Turkmen newspaper Alqal'a as a model
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Commemorating the colonial Pilbara: beyond memorials into difficult history
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Nationalism in a global world
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Struggle over identity: the official and the alternative ‘Belarussianness’
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Bushfire catastrophe in Victoria, Australia: public record, accountability, commemoration, memorialization and heritage protection
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Brave new world: imperial and democratic nation-building in Britain between the wars
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Arterial blockages: the catastrophic itineraries of the Sri Lankan civil war
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