Images of the Nation: Different Meanings of Dutchness 1870-1940
Annemieke Galema, Barbara Henkes, Henk te Velde
Rodopi, 1993 - 220 páginas
This collection of case studies investigates the significance and function of national identity. The authors see national consciousness in terms of the circumstances in which it arose, and in terms of the meaning which it had for a specific group or individual. Representations of the nation could serve to legitimize or support specific political or social agendas, or to provide people with a point of fixity amidst changing circumstances. The articles in this volume trace these aspects of national consciousness in the case of a single country: The Netherlands.
Orthodox Protestantism Nationalism
How High Did the Dutch Fly? Remarks
Towards One Nation the Province
Now I will write you something
German Maids in Prosperous
Towards a Cultural Theory of
Notes on the contributors
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Abraham Kuyper America Amsterdam Annemieke Galema anti-revolutionaries argued army Barbara Henkes bourgeois bourgeoisie Britain British burger burgerlijk Calvinist Catholic church concept conscription constitution Craandijk Dam van Isselt defence discourse Dutch culture Dutch history Dutch nation Dutch society economic emigrants especially essay European everyday example fatherland forms Franco-German war Friesland Frisian frontier thesis gender German German girls German maids Gids Groen van Prinsterer groups Hague Henk te Velde historian Holland Howell county Huizinga ideas ideology immigrants influence institutions labour land letters liberal Limburg press London Maasgouw Maastricht meanings migration Militaire Spectator military modern moral movement national character national consciousness national identity nationalist Nederland Netherlands newspapers nineteenth century orthodox Protestants period political population position Protestant nation Protestantism province Prussian religious respectable Roel Kuiper sense social Socialist struggle Stuart Hall studies University of Groningen Utrecht versions Vliet Wandelingen wanted women World wrote
Página 178 - If power were never anything but repressive, if it never did anything but to say no, do you really think one would be brought to obey it? What makes power hold good, what makes it accepted, is simply the fact that it doesn't only weigh on us as a force that says no but that it traverses and produces things, it induces pleasure, forms knowledge, produces discourse.
Página 49 - Arend Lijphart, The Politics of Accommodation: Pluralism and Democracy in the Netherlands, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1968, p. 200. 49) See Arend Lijphart, "Typologies of Democratic Systems," Comparative Political Studies, Vol.
Página 171 - Hobsbawm sees national identities, then, as 'dual phenomena, constructed essentially from above, but which cannot be understood unless also analysed from below, that is in terms of the assumptions, hopes, needs, longings and interests of ordinary people...
Página 83 - A. Doedens, Nederland en de Frans-Duitse oorlog. Enige aspecten van de buitenlandse politiek en de binnenlandse verhoudingen van ons land omstreeks...
Página 25 - Hoogenboom (.W.), Ontwerp van wet tot regeling van de nationale militie, de schutterij en den landstorm.
Página 105 - Frederick Jackson Turner, The Frontier in American History (New York, 1920), and Walter Prescott Webb, The Great Plains (Boston, 1952).