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GOVT 341 Introduction to Nationalism and European Diversity Lecture 3 (Jan. 29)

GOVT 341 Introduction to Nationalism and European Diversity Lecture 3 (Jan. 29)

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SOC/GOVT 341 SPRING 2008 TU/TH 11:40a-12:55pm 165 McGraw Hall Sydney Van Morgan Department of Sociology/IES Office: 120 Uris Hall Phone: 5-7592 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: W 11am-1pm Modern European Politics Modern European Politics and Society and Society Course TA: Jennifer Hadden Department of Government Office: B13 White Hall Mailbox: White Hall 214 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: W 2-4pm
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Some Notes and Reminders Some Notes and Reminders Read your newspapers for news about Europe: Blackboard: External Links/European News Sites… Elections this spring Spain Russia Italy?? Attendance
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Europe’s “Nations”
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What defines a nation? Language, religion, territory, history? Symbols: flags, anthems, myths, rituals, etc. A sense of belonging Who defines the nation? The intellectual “discoverer” and “inventor” Does the state define the nation or the nation the state? Rise of State and Nation Rise of State and Nation
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State-led nation-building
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