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Passion and Ambivalence

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About the Book
Ethnic, nationalist, and religious conflicts and debates about international intervention have been central global preoccupations of the past hundred years. Such debates, this volume argues, were first framed in their modern form during the interwar period, when a "Modernist break" (akin to that in literature, philosophy, and the arts) transformed the way such conflicts were viewed. Internationalists began to cast identity-based claims -- whether those of anti-colonialists or European separatists -- not only as mortal dangers to international order but as indispensable to its revitalization. Drawing on cultural studies, postcolonial theory, and psychoanalysis -- with case studies ranging from 1930s Ethiopia to 1990s Jerusalem -- this volume looks at both the origins and legacy of these debates, offering a radical reinterpretation of modern internationalism.
About the Author: Nathaniel Berman (B.A. Yale, J.D. Harvard Law) is the Rahel Varnhagen Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Modern Culture at the Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University. He has published widely on international law, cultural modernism, nationalism, and colonialism.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9789004210240
Publisher: Brill - Nijhoff
Publisher Imprint: Brill - Nijhoff
Depth: 25
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Spine Width: 0 mm
Weight: 110 gr
ISBN-10: 9004210245
Publisher Date: 23 Dec 2011
Binding: Hardback
Height: 240 mm
No of Pages: 460
Series Title: Legal History Library / Studies in the History of Internatio
Sub Title: Colonialism, Nationalism, and International Law
Width: 160 mm
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