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Class Notes for ANTH20011 at University of Melbourne

Ethnic Nationalism and the Modern World

ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tijaniyyah, Taylor & Francis, Berg Publishers

WHAT IS ETHNICITY The history of the concept of ethnicity Especially in relation to colonialism, urbanisation and globalisation. Came into common use in the late 20th Century One of the common uses of ethnicity is to desc...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Industrial Revolution, Individualism, Ethnic Nationalism

FROM EUROVISION TO GENOCIDE Working Definitions Ethnicity A form of identification based on the idea of a group of people being related (through intermarriage, intergroup, etc.) and sharing a culture Nationalism A form of ...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mary Douglas, Extermination Camp, Primordialism

WHAT IS NATIONALISM? Review the concept of ethnicity Ethnicity is a recent concept born of reaction to postcolonialism. Polarized conceptualisation of ethnicity: objectivist v subjectivist Qualities of ethnicity: modern Mu...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Arkan, Gorinchem, Class Conflict

CASE STUDY: THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA 13892018 Review: What is Nationalism? Nation: a group of people who share (or share the aspiration of acquiring) a common territory and a state. Nationalism: the form of political mobilisa...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Three Witches, Endogamy, Premature Ejaculation

SEXING AND GENDERING THE NATION Review For a national project to be successful it must assume the status of an ontological doctrine. Amongst the means by which ontological doctrinal status is achieved metaphor is central. ...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: National Memory, Peacebuilding, Free Trade

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURES AND CULTURES Introduction Ethnic nationalism is mundane (see W23) The Banal Nationalism Thesis: the ideological habits, by which our nations are reproduced as nations, are unnamed and therefore unn...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bamar People, Turkish Nationalism, Northern Kurdish

NATIONAL MEMORIES Review W5: National selves and Others Othering defined The process of perceiving and portraying someone or a group of people as fundamentally different, and usually inferior, to oneselfves Key theories of...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture 8: ANTH20011 - W8L

NATIONAL ONTOLOGIES AND METAPHORS

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson
ANTH20011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: European Central Bank, Moral Panic, Yasser Arafat

NATIONAL SELVES AND OTHERS Review of W4: Ethnic formations Yugoslavia common culture of Salvism Expansion of different empires > formation of ethnic and then ethnonational groups Serbs (Orthodox) Croats (Catholic) Musl...

Anthropology
ANTH20011
Andrew Dawson

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