In historical studies, 'collective memory' is most often viewed as the product of nationalizing strategies carried out by political elites in the hope to create homogeneous nation-states. In contrast, this book asserts that collective memories develop out of a never-ending, triangular negotiation between local, national and transnational actors.
Local Memories in a Nationalizing and Globalizing World
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