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MONOGRAFI

Karakasidou, Anastasia N.


1997. Fields of Wheat, Hills of Blood: Passages to Nationhood in Greek Macedonia 1870-1990. University of Chicago Press (237s)

BOK

Anderson, Benedict


1983. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread on Nationalism. Verso.
ANBEFALT LESNING

*Bauman, Gerd


1999. The Multicultural Riddle: Rethinking National, Ethnic, and Religious Identities. Routledge. (Ikke pensum).

ARTIKLER I KOMPENDIUM (BOK)

Nasjonalisme, Etnisitet og Staten

1. Innledning

Anderson, Benedict


1983. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread on Nationalism. Verso. Kapittel 1, “Introduction” (8 s), kapittel 3, “The Origins of National Consciousness (9s), kapittel 11, “Memory and Forgetting” [20 lesesider], (i bok)

Hobsbawm, Eric and Terrence Ranger


1983. Invention of Tradition. Cambridge University Press. Kapittel 1, “Introduction.” [14 lesesider]

Comaroff, John L.


1996. “Ethnicity, Nationalism and the Politics of Difference in an Age of Revolution.” In Wilmsen, Edwin and Patrick McAllister, The Politics of Difference: Ethnic Premises in a World of Power. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. p162-183. [21 lesesider]

Munasinghe, Viranjini


2002. “Nationalism in Hybrid Spaces: the Production of Impurity out of Purity.” American Ethnologist vol 29 (3): 663-692 [26 lesesider]

Ferguson, James and Akhil Gupta


2002. “Spatializing States: Toward and Ethnography of Neoliberal Governmentality.” American Ethnologist, vol 29 nr 4: 981-1002 [ 17 lesesider].

Brison, Karen J.


1999. “Imaging a Nation in Kwanga Village Courts, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea.” Anthropological Quarterly, vol 72 nr 2 :p74-85 [11 lesesider]

2. Imagining the nation: the politics of memory (State and folk narratives of collective identity.)

Neyzi, Leila.


2002 “Remembering to Forget: Sabbateanism, National Identity, and Subjectivity in Turkey.” Comparative Study of Society and History pp 137-158 [18 lesesider]

Bringa, Tone


1995. “History, Identity and the Yugoslav Dream”. Chapter 1 in Being Muslim the Bosnian Way: Identity and Community in Central Bosnia. Princeton University Press [24 lesesider]

Papdakis, Yiannis


1998 “Greek Cypriot narratives of history and collective identity: nationalism as a contested process.” American Ethnologist 25 (2): 149-165. [14 lesesider]

Hart, Laurie Kain


1999. Culture, Civilization, and Demarcation at the Northwest Borders of Greece.” American Ethnologist 26 (1):196-220 [17 lesesider]

Videre lesning

*Bringa, Tone


2003. “The Peaceful Death of Tito and the Violent Death of Yugoslavia.” In Borneman, John. Death of the Father: An Anthropology of the End in Political Authority.

3. Slektskap og kjønnssymbolikk i nasjonalisme diskurs

Najmabadi, Afsaneh


1997 “The Erotic Vatan [Homeland] as Beloved Mother: To Love, To Possess, and to Protect.” Comparative Study in Society and History pp 442-467. [25 lesesider]

Bryant, Rebecca


2002. “The Purity of Spirit and the Power of Blood: a Comparative Perspective on Nation, Gender and Kinship in Cyprus.” The Journal of The Royal Anthropological Institute 8(3), 509-530 [24 lesesider]

Chatterjee, Partha


1989 “Colonialism, Nationalism, and colonized Women: The Contest in India.” American Ethnologist, p622-633 [10 lesesider]

Bracewell, Wendy


1995. “Mothers of the Nation.” WarReport: Bulletin of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 36: 27-29. [2 lesesider]

4. State sponsored terror and the politics of fear

Drakulic, Slavenka


1992. “Overcome by Nationhood.” Time . January, 20. [1 side]

Skidmore, Monique


2003. “Darker than Midnight: Fear, vulnerability, and terror making in urban Burma (Myanmar).” American Ethnologist 30 (1):5-21 [14 lesesider]

Bringa, Tone


2002 “Averted Gaze: Ganocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992-1995.” In Hinton, Alex. Annihilating Difference: Anthropology of Genocide. University of California Press. P 194-225 [30 lesesider]
Den homogeniserende stat

1. Generell litteratur

Stolcke, Verena


1995 “Talking Culture: New Boundaries, New Rhetorics of Exclusion in Europe” Current Anthropology vol 36, nr 1, February 1995 pp 1-13 [20 lesesider]

Harrison, Simon


2003 Cultural Differences as Denied Resemblance: Reconsidering Nationalism and Ethnicity. Comparative Studies in Society and History. Vol 45, no 2 , April 2003. pp 343-361 [16 lesesider]

Gullestad, Marianne


2002 “Invisible Fences: Egalitarianism, Nationalism and Racism.” Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 8, 2002. pp 45-63. [15 lesesider ]

Wimmer, Andreas


1997. “Explaining Xenophobia and Racism: a Critical Review of Current Research Approaches.” Ethnic and Racial Studies vol.20 nr.1: 17-41 [ 16 lesesider]

Wikan, Unni


2002. Generous Betrayal: Politics of Culture in New Europe. University of California Press. (ett kapittel)

2. Immigranter, minoriteter og statsborgerskap

Schiller, Nina Glick and Georges E. Fouron


1999. “Terrains of Blood and Nation: Haitian Transnational Social Fields.” Ethnic and Racial Studies vol 22 nr 2: 340-365 [20 lesesider]

Kwong, Peter


1997. “Manufacturing Ethnicity.” Critique of Anthropology, vol 17 nr 4, p 365-386. [21 lesesider]

Jakubowska, Longina


1992 “Resisting ‘Ethnicity’: The Israel State and Bedouin Identity in Carolyn Nordstrom and JoAnn Martin (eds) The Paths to Domination, Resistance and Terror. University of California Press 1992 pp 85-105 (text 85-104) -[19 lesesider]

Horvatich, Patricia


2003. “The Martyr and the Mayor: On the Politics of Identity in the Shouthern Philippines.” In Rosaldo, Renato ed. Cultural Citizenship in Island Southeast Asia: Nation and Belonging in the Hinterlands University of California Press. p16-43 [24 lesesider]

Howell, Sally and Andrew Shryock


2003. ‘Cracking Down on Diaspora: Arab Detroit and America’s ‘War on Terror’”. Anthropological Quarterly vol 76 no.3 p443-462. [18 lesesider]

Brisebarre, Anne-Marie


1993.”The Sacrifice of Id al-kabir: Islam in the French Suburbs.” Anthropology Today, vol. 9, No.1 [3 lesesider]

3. Islamsk hodeplagg og den franske staten

Silverstien, Paul


2004. “Headscarves and the French Tricolor.” Middle East Report Online. www.merip.org/mero/mero013004.html January, 30 2004 [ 12 lesesider]

Wyatt, Caroline


2004. “French headscarf ban opens rifts” BBC news Feb. 11, 2004. Accessed from BBC news online at news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/Europe/3478895.stm [2 lesesider]

Ysuf, Umar


2003. “Arab nations protest French headscarf ban.” Vanguard Vanguard Online Edition at www.vanguardngr.com /articles/2002/world/w224122003.h.. December 24, 2003. [ 2 lesesider]

Cohen, James


“Value Judgements and Political Assessments about National Models of Citizenship: the U.S. and French Cases.” In Gould, Carol C. and Pasquale Pasquino ed. Cultural Identity and the Nation-State. Rowan and Littlefield Publ. p109-130 [22 lesesider]

Abu-Lughod, Lila


2002. “Do Muslim Women Really Need Saving? Anthropological Reflections on Cultural Relativism and Its Others.” American Anthropologist 104 (3):783-790 [7 lesesider]

Videre lesning

*El Guindi, Fadwa


1999 Veil: Modesty, Privacy and Resistance. Berg.

Indigenism”



Kultur, rettigheter og identitetspolitikk utover statens grenser

Nicolaisen, Ida


2003. “Timber, Culture, and Ethnicity: The Politicization of Ethnic Identity among the Punan Bah.” In Winzeler, Robert L. ed. Indigenous Peoples and the State: Politics, Land, and Ethnicity in the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo. Yale University Press, p228- 259 [23 lesesider]

Sylvain, Renee


2002. “’Land, Water, and Truth’: San Identity and Global Indigenism.” American Anthropologist vol. 104 nr 4 p1074-1085 [10 lesesider]

Sieder, Rachel and Jessica Witchell


2001. “Advancing Indigenous Claims Through the Law: Reflections on the Guatemalan Peace Process.” In Cowan, Jane, Marie-Benedicte Dembour and Richard A. Wilson eds. Culture and Rights: Anthropological Perspective. Cambridge University Press. p201-225 [20 lesesider]

Cowan, Jane, Marie-Benedicte Dembour,and Richard A Wilson


2001. “Introduction.” In Culture and Rights: Anthropological Perspective. p1-26 [22 lesesider]

Videre lesning:

*Niezen, Ronald


2003. The Origins of Indigenism: Human Rights and the Politics of Identity. University of California Press.

* “Videre lesning” er forslag til litteratur for studenter som ønsker å lese mer om temaet.


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