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245 00 Imagining communities :|bhistorical reflections on the 
       process of community formation /|cedited by Gemma Blok, 
       Vincent Kuitenbrouwer and Claire Weeda 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bAmsterdam University Press,|c[2018] 
300    233 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Heritage and memory studies ;|v5 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |tIntroduction /|rGemma Blok, Vincent Kuitenbrouwer, and 
       Claire Weeda --|tMeanwhile in messianic time: imagining 
       the medieval nation in time and space and English drinking
       rituals /|rClaire Weeda --|tDiverse origins and shared 
       circumstances: European settler identity formation in the 
       seventeenth-century plantation colony of Suriname /|rSuze 
       Zijlstra --|tImagining Europe: The Peace of Ryswick (1697)
       and the rise of European consciousness /|rLotte Jensen --
       |tGypsy music and the fashioning of the national community
       /|rKrisztina Lajosi --|t'Tired, worried and overworked': 
       an international imagined community of nervous sufferers 
       in medical advertisements, 1900-1920 /|rGemma Block --
       |t'From heart to heart': colonial radio and the Dutch 
       imagined community in the 1920s /|rVincent Kuitenbrouwer -
       -|tIndonesian nationalism in the Netherlands, 1920s-1930s:
       long-distance internationalism of elite pilgrims in 
       homogeneous, empty time /|rKlaas Stutje --|tTime, rhythm 
       and ritual: imagined communities in L'espoir (1937) and 
       Les sept couleurs (1939) /|rMarleen Rensen --
       |tStamverwantschap and the imagination of a white, 
       transnational community: the 1952 celebrations of the Jan 
       van Riebeeck tercentenary in the Netherlands and South 
       Africa /|rBarbara Henkes --|t'L'Oranie Cycliste, une 
       grande famille': recycling identities and the Pieds-Noirs 
       communitas, 1976-2016 /|rNiek Pas --|tRemembering and 
       imagining the national past: public service television 
       drama and the construction of a Flemish nation, 1953-1989 
       /|rAlexander Dhoest 
520 8  In 'Imagined Communities', first published in 1983, 
       Benedict Anderson argued that members of a community 
       experience a "deep, horizontal camaraderie." Despite being
       strangers, members feel connected in a web of imagined 
       experiences. Yet while Anderson's insights have been 
       hugely influential, they remain abstract: it is difficult 
       to imagine imagined communities. How do they evolve and 
       how is membership constructed cognitively, socially and 
       culturally? How do individuals and communities contribute 
       to group formation through the act of imagining? And what 
       is the glue that holds communities together? 'Imagining 
       Communities' examines actual processes of experiencing the
       imagined community, exploring its emotive force in a 
       number of case studies. Communal bonding is analyzed, 
       offering concrete insights on where and by whom the nation
       (or social group) is imagined and the role of individuals 
       therein. Offering eleven empirical case studies, ranging 
       from the premodern to the modern age, this volume looks at
       and beyond the nation and includes regional as well as 
       transnational communities as well 
596    26 
650  0 Communities|xHistory 
650  0 Group identity|xHistory 
650  0 Nationalism|xHistory 
650  7 Communities.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01430092 
650  7 Nationalism.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01033832 
650  7 Group identity.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00948442 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
700 1  Blok, Gemma,|eeditor 
700 1  Kuitenbrouwer, Vincent|q(Johan Jacob Vincent),|d1978-
       |eeditor 
700 1  Weeda, Claire,|eeditor 
830  0 Heritage and memory studies ;|v5 
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