- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- New ed
- Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
- 228 x 158 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 430 g
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"`English Nationalism and Euroscepticism' is an original work, analysing an important and surprisingly neglected aspect of contemporary British politics. It is well written, well argued and enjoyable to read." (Vernon Bogdanor, Times Higher Education 05/2012) "`English Nationalism and Euroscepticism' is the best thing to appear so far on emergent Anglo-nationalism, and likely to influence furious arguments over 2013 and '14. Though not composed mainly with the Scottish referendum in mind, it ought to figure prominently in such debates, and have some effect on the eventual vote. Wellings in Canberra and his publisher Peter Lang (...) deserve congratulations, for both readability and timing." (Tom Nairn, Open Democracy 02/2013) "This is a well-written and well-argued book, which will undoubtedly be a useful resource to students and scholars interested in national identity formation, British specialists, and those concerned with the interplay between Euroscepticism and domestic politics. Its publication is also quite timely given the recent debates over the future of European integration as a result of the Eurozone crisis and internal developments in the UK, following the Scottish First Minister's and British Prime Minister's agreement to stage an independence referendum before the end of 2014." (Sofia Vasilopoulou, Nations and Nationalism 19, 2013/1)
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Ben Wellings is Convenor of European Studies and Deputy-head of the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. He has studied at the universities of Sussex, Nantes and Edinburgh, as well as the ANU. He teaches courses on British politics, the European Union, nationalism, contemporary European history and modern European history.
Contents: Nationalism - England - Britain - Britishness - Euroscepticism - Sovereignty - European integration - End of empire - EEC referendum 1975 - Thatcherism - War - Memory.