Nationalism is an idea and movement that promotes the interests of a particular nation (as in a group of people), especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation's sovereignty (self-governance) over its homeland. Nationalism holds that each nation should govern itself, free from outside interference (self-determination), that a nation is a natural and ideal basis for a polity and that the nation is the only rightful source of political power (popular sovereignty). It further aims to build and maintain a single national identity, based on shared social characteristics of culture, ethnicity, geographic location, language, politics (or the government), …



MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 18 June 2024 English

Throughout the twentieth century in the lands of Yugoslavia, socialists embarked on multiple projects of supranational unification. Sensitive to the vulnerability of small nations in a world of great powers, …

sensitivity to the more durable processes of nationalism and globalization in the long twentieth century doctrines of anarchism, socialism, and anticolonial nationalism that captured the imagination of intellectuals federalism of his mentor and embraced Serbian nationalism. Pašić believed thatThe Limits of the Nation he deployed a rhetoric of greater Serbian nationalism that could integrate the marginalized peasant also pointed to the limited scope of Serbian nationalism in the context of what he believed would be

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 18 June 2024 English

The word "pharmacopoeia" has come to have many meanings, although it is commonly understood to be a book describing approved compositions and standards for drugs. In 1813 the Royal College …

are premised on an understanding of cultural nationalism, and ‘do not take into account the heterogeneous world wars, but it also witnessed the rise of nationalism in many colonies, as well as difficulties in

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 15 June 2024 English

The revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 led to over 200,000 Huguenots fleeing France. Bryan Banks directs our attention to four authors who advocated for the Huguenots’ right …

Prefacefrom the nineteenth century’s rise in ethno-nationalism. The Huguenot Society of America was founded during the rise of nineteenth-century ethno-nationalism; for those seek- ing repatriation, a new identity the World Wars broke out and the ugly head of nationalism showed its face in Europe again, the legacy eighteenth century and furthered the emerg- ence of nationalism, it proved a vital argument in favour of Calvinist moted human rights discourse, as opposed to nationalism.37 While Court fostered a patriotic discourse

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 15 June 2024 English

Separated by the world’s longest land border and engaging in over three billion dollars in trade daily, Canada and the United States share security concerns, cultural interests, and a history …

Friendship 164 Donald E. Abelson 7 Canadian Nationalism and the Canada–US Special Relationship 190 ranged from mild to virulent forms of a Canadian nationalism premised on the rejection of American influence that signalled a rejection of the economic nationalism agenda that had been pursued during the Trudeau Canadian nationalists, and the various forms of nationalism they have espoused, have posed an ongoing threat Lament for a Nation: The Defeat of Canadian Nationalism. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. Hanc, John

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 6 June 2024 English

Tracing Louis Riel’s metamorphosis from traitor to hero, Braz argues that, through his writing, Riel resists his portrayal as both a Canadian patriot and a pan-Indigenous leader. After being hanged …

181 Chester Brown’s Louis Riel and Canadian Nationalism 8 | Confronting the Hero 201 Contemporary Métis Patriot: Chester Brown’s Louis Riel and Canadian Nationalism,” in De Pierre- Esprit Radisson à Louis Riel: Is a Nation? The MosT ParadoxicaL asPecT of nationalism is arguably the way it can transform former ish within its borders. The theoretician of nationalism Benedict Anderson underlines that such amnesia The most daunting of these is Riel’s Métis nationalism, which is at the heart of his clashes with Canada

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 6 June 2024 English

Feministing in Political Science examines what is at stake in contesting the boundaries of the contemporary university. This critique of mainstream Canadian political science pushes beyond typical studies of institutions …

Side of the Nation: Essays on Multiculturalism, Nationalism, and Gender. Toronto: Women’s Press. Bashevkin

AUP: Athabasca University Press · 28 May 2024 English

Reckoning with the experiences of refugees can inform epistemological and practical approaches to humanizing migrant populations before, during, and after their resettlement. Contributors explore what it means to experience dehumanization, …

war music), or even less virulent artistic nationalism. Even well- intentioned musical inter- ventions

APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 23 May 2024 English

Pension Fund Investments in the Asia Pacific

CCLA: Canadian Civil Liberties Association · 16 May 2024 English

By way of the proceeding, the CCLA purports to challenge, indeed quash, the Minister's decision(s) to amend Policy 713 on several grounds including: being in breach of the duty of …

put forward their perspective on "Christian Nationalism" and "Far-Right activism" as a relevant issue issues such as "Far-Right activism" and "white nationalism". I remain unconvinced that these are anything

IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 16 May 2024 English

A guide for governments on defining what should be considered as "strategic" or "critical" based on a series of objective criteria.

environmental risks, geopolitical tensions, and resource nationalism is crucial in defining criticality (Coulomb

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