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Lecture 4

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTB20H3
Professor
Girish Daswani

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Trans- Nationalism and Imagined Communities
Idea of homeland constructed through a revolt, revolution, and rebellion
Forms of interaction, and communication and ideas that cross the borders
(globalization)
Assumption: why globalization is something so new, and the flaws cannot be
tracked, and politics
Nation-state revisit the general assumption
oNation- state more important in managing the global flow
oVery popular term that has been used in the social sciences
oAs something that has not been there before, technological and kind of
ideological
oI imagined the community of how we conceptualize the transnation
Possibly nation state is not the only mean in which we talk about
home
Go through the general assumption
Think about all sorts of things (on slide)
Sometimes states or nations are identified, and speak about people who come from
different nations as a citizen
oAll belong to different cultural ethnic groups
oHas border than become dependers or dependable
oPart of the nation state- linked to our own personal biography
oMission state never really exisited to the mid 20 centuries
oWhat we see as the world now, all the borders used to divide countries
Constructed in the sense that they have only emerged of the last 50-60
years
oSpeak about boundaries, people who are included and excluded, and stages as
a part of that state
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Trans- Nationalism and Imagined Communities Idea of homeland constructed through a revolt, revolution, and rebellion Forms of interaction, and communication and ideas that cross the borders (globalization) Assumption: why globalization is something so new, and the flaws cannot be tracked, and politics Nation-state revisit the general assumption o Nation- state more important in managing the global flow o Very popular term that has been used in the social sciences o As something that has not been there before, technological and kind of ideological o I imagined the community of how we conceptualize the transnation Possibly nation state is not the only mean in which we talk about home Go through the general assumption Think about all sorts of things (on slide) Sometimes states or nations are identified, and speak about people who come from different nations as a citizen o All belong to different cultural ethnic groups o Has border than become dependers or dependable o Part of the nation state- linked to our own personal biography o Mission state never really exisited to the mid 20 centuries o What we see as the world now, all the borders used to divide countries Constructed in the sense that they have only emerged of the last 50-60 years o Speak about boundaries, people who are included and excluded, and stages as a part of that state www.notesolution.com
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