Lecture 15 -- Ethnonationalism and Jingoism

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Ethnonationalism and Jingoism Wednesday, October 20
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6/13/11 Readings for Friday: Jingoism Carl Schurz, “The Policy of Imperialism,” Address at the Anti- Imperialist Conference in Chicago, Illinois, October 17, 1899, available at: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Polic Stefan Zweig, “The First Hours of the War of 1914,” in his The World of
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6/13/11 The Rise of Ethnonationalism, 1870s- 1920s Emphasis on language becomes more common Differs from romantic nationalism, which celebrated diversity Various Ideologies of Mass Industrial Society Nationalism Socialism
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6/13/11 State-sponsored Ethnonationalist Movements Russification 1862 – Ukranian Sunday schools abolished 1863 – Valuev Circular declares the Ukranian language doesn’t exist 1864 – Polish and Belarusian banned in western territories; Catholic 1876 – Ukranian language outlawed in
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6/13/11 Japan and the Ainu 1500s – 1868 – Growing trade between Ainu and ethnic Japanese 1868 – Meiji Restoration begins rapid
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