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by John Lie

eBook Modern Peoplehood: On Race, Racism, Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Identity (Global, Area, and International Archive) download ISBN: 0984590943
Author: John Lie
Publisher: Global, Area, and International Archive; Reprint edition (April 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 396
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Category: Political
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Lie's objective is to treat a series of large topics that he sees as related but that are usually treated separately: the social construction of identities, the origins and nature of modern nationalism, the explanation of genocide, and racism.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Lie's objective is to treat a series of large topics that he sees as related but that are usually treated separately: the social construction of identities, the origins and nature of modern nationalism, the explanation of genocide, and racism. These multiple themes are for him aspects of something he calls 'modern peoplehood.

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Many modern conflicts also have some roots in ethnicity

Many modern conflicts also have some roots in ethnicity. In some cases ethnicity and nationalism were harnessed to wars between great religious empires (for example, the Muslim Turks and the Catholic Austro-Hungarians). In its modern form, racism evolved in tandem with European exploration and conquest of much of the rest of the world, and especially after Christopher Columbus reached the Americas.

Apryshchenko, Victor, and Oxana Karnaukhova. Memory, Identity, and Nationalism in European Regions

Apryshchenko, Victor, and Oxana Karnaukhova. Memory, Identity, and Nationalism in European Regions.

Perhaps his most important book to date is Modern Peoplehood. Lie was Dean of International and Area Studies at Berkeley for five years. It seeks to advance a unified theory to make sense of race, nation, ethnicity, racism, and (peoplehood) identity Lie was Dean of International and Area Studies at Berkeley for five years

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[A] most impressive achievement by an extraordinarily intelligent, courageous, and--that goes without saying--'well-read' mind. The scope of this work is enormous: it provides no less than a comprehensive, historically grounded theory of 'modern peoplehood,' which is Lie's felicitous umbrella term for everything that goes under the names 'race,' 'ethnicity,' and nationality.'" Christian Joppke, American Journal of Sociology"Lie's objective is to treat a series of large topics that he sees as related but that are usually treated separately: the social construction of identities, the origins and nature of modern nationalism, the explanation of genocide, and racism. These multiple themes are for him aspects of something he calls 'modern peoplehood.' His mode of demonstration is to review all the alternative explanations for each phenomenon, and to show why each successively is inadequate. His own theses are controversial but he makes a strong case for them. This book should renew debate." Immanuel Wallerstein, Yale University and author of The Decline of American Power: The U.S. in a Chaotic World