Session_3_-_History_and_Nationalism

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Module 1: Creation of Pakistan History and Nationalism GMT 107, Session 3, 04 – 08 Oct 2010 Ayesha Saeed 1/17/12 1 GMT 107 - Ayesha Saeed -
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Angles of Inquiry 1/17/12 GMT 107 - Ayesha Saeed - 2 How has the history of the Pakistan movement been remembered in Pakistan? What is nationalism? Which forces shaped nationalism in Pakistan? What should be the parameters of defining a national narrative? How should we define Pakistani nationalism? Muslim nationalism vs. ethnic identities How do we assess identity construction in present times in Pakistan?
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What is nationalism? 1/17/12 GMT 107 - Ayesha Saeed - 3 Nationalism: a political expression, whereby a people share certain geographical boundaries and common ethnic/cultural/political identifiers to distinguish themselves from others. Imagined communities thesis – Benedict Anderson National identities are cultural artifacts and products of a certain history and political development of a people. Imagined, particularistic, limited, sovereign, community
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course MASS COMMU 107 taught by Professor Masror during the Spring '11 term at College of E&ME, NUST.

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