Previous studies of nationalism have focused on theoretical models,
specific themes or narrow historical periods. This collection
addresses national identity from an interdisciplinary stance and
across a long chronological narrative, from ancient Troy to
twentieth-century Wales. Contributors come from a range of
disciplines covering the humanities and social and political
sciences. Together they argue that collective identity is formed
from a complex series of political, social and cultural contexts
which evolves and changes.
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