The Making of the Nations and Cultures of the New World: An Essay in Comparative History (Carleton Library Series)

The Making of the Nations and Cultures of the New World: An Essay in Comparative History (Carleton Library Series)

By: Gerard Bouchard (author)Hardback

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A comparative, post-colonial exploration of how the collectivities of the New World became nations

About Author

Gerard Bouchard is professor, human sciences, Universite de Quebec a Chicoutimi, and the author of numerous books, including Quelques arpents d'Amerique : population, economie, famille au Saguenay, 1838-1971, which won the 2000 Francois-Xavier Garneau Me

Contents

Preface to the English Translation vii Translators Note xi Preface xv 1 The Comparative History of New Collectivities and Founding Cultures 3 2 Why Compare Oneself? 25 3 A New Old Country? The Formation and Transformations of Culture and Nation in Quebec 58 4 The Growth of National Consciousness in Mexico and Latin America 148 5 Political Emancipation and National Identity in Australia 182 6 Other Pathways: Canada, New Zealand, and the United States 261 7 Collective Paths, Discursive Strategies: A Model 307 Conclusion 332 Notes 339 Bibliography 369 Index 417

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773532137
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 448
  • ID: 9780773532137
  • ISBN10: 0773532137

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