Lecture 6 -- The Origins Debate, Part 2

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 The Origins Debate, Part 2 Monday, September 13
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6/13/11 Reminder First Essay Assignment due this Monday Strong responses will draw on lectures and some readings Be strategic
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6/13/11 For Friday Hugh Trevor-Roper, “The Invention of Tradition: The Scottish Highland Tradition” from E. J. Hobsbawm & Terence Ranger, The Invention of Tradition . Wiki w/ study questions Primary Sources from, Discourses on
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6/13/11 Where are the Scottish Highland?
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6/13/11 Central and Southeastern Europe
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6/13/11 The Origins Debate, Continued Romantic Nationalism (early & mid 19th century) The First Primordialists Drive to “recover” old national cultures and languages
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6/13/11 Modernist interpretation of Romantic Nationalism: Fabrication and invention, not recovery of past cultures Ethno-Symbolist interpretation of Romantic Nationalism: Embellishment and reinterpretation, perhaps, utter fabrication, not always
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6/13/11 Modernists and Ethno- Symbolists
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