Placing the Nation examines the importance of place in shaping
nationalism. Rather than viewing nationalism as something that
exists purely at a national scale, it argues for the need to
explore how various people - embedded within particular places and
operating across different scales - contribute to its reproduction.
Placing the Nation explores these themes through a case study of
the contribution made by people in Aberystwyth to the reproduction
of Welsh nationalism since the 1960s. The varied and detailed
empirical themes explored in this book show how nationalist
discourses and practices are generated within places and
communicated through scalar connections to the broader membership
of the nation. Placing the Nation, thus, seeks to re-energise both
geographical and social constructivist understandings of
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