Nationalism as the rationale for development is used by regimes to achieve high levels of growth, but also generates exclusivism and hostilities, often in order to integrate a political core. Popular nationalism has also dialectically reshaped the goals and patterns of development during the post-Second World War period.
Join us for a lunchtime discussion on a recent paper by Dr. Prasenjit Duara, Director of the Duke Global Asia Initiative and the Oscar Tang Chair of East Asian Studies in Duke University's Department of History. A light lunch will be served.
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- Duke University Center for International and Global Studies