These historical milestones when put together consummate a virtual consolidation of South Korea's democracy and nationhood
The challenge to the existing idea of nationhood
began with the end of communism.
I wonder how our sense of nationhood
will have developed in that time as well.
In conclusion, Alcohol and Nationhood
in Nineteenth-Century Mexico is a very welcome addition to scholarship on alcohol culture and nation-forming processes.
This also shows unity of thought among the then Indian Muslim leadership about nationhood
and need for a separate country.
Using a diachronic approach to the study of French nationhood
--from the sixteenth-century imperial expansion to the abolition of slavery in the mid-nineteenth century--this volume exposes the historically flexible correlations between nationhood
We are still a young nation, and we have not yet fully acquired a sense of nationhood
This new nationhood
has many primordial dynamics, such as "ethnicity" and "territory.
Golwalkar, Our Nationhood
Defined, Nagpore 1939 - quoted in India's Struggle for Independence.
Forty years ago, the proposition of a disciplinary field organized around research into theatre in Canada seemed like a self-evident attribute of nationhood
, despite the wuffling of an older generation of academics who were scandalized at the thought of it.
Having misdiagnosed nationalism as the cause of Europe's sufferings (Hitler was a racialist, not a nationalist; he did not become a German citizen until the year before becoming Germany's chancellor), European leaders undertook the steady attenuation of nationhood
KOLEADE ODUTOLA, Diaspora and Imagined Nationality: USA-Africa dialogue and cyberframing Nigerian nationhood