Ethnonationalism is a phenomenon of great importance in many parts of the world today. In this collection of papers, nine distinguished anthropologists focus on Canadian and international case studies to show how ethnonational claims of cultural groups have been expressed and developed in specific historical and political situations.
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Michael Levin (Author)
Michael Levin is a member of the Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.