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Imagined Identities
Identity Formation in the Age of Globalization

Edited by Gönül Pultar

Paper $49.95s    |    978-0-8156-3342-6    |    2013

ebook 978-0-8156-5259-5

"From various perspectives and approaches, Imagined Identities, edited by Gönül Pultar, outlines the complexities of uprooting and belonging in our current globalized world."—Journal of American Studies of Turkey

"An important contribution to the exploration of identity formation in the age of globalization....Imagined Identities opens up new vistas on the continuous and challenging debate over the significance of identities in a world of indigenous and immigrant minorities."—European Journal of American Studies

"Imagined Identities offers a rich kaleidoscope of contexts—disciplinary, geographic, and ideological—in which restless analysts of cultural identity focus on beguilingly tiny yet sometimes enormously revelatory detail. Their concertedly mischievous tactic enables them to upset various epistemic apple-carts. The challenge they pose to received (and often imposed) wisdom will fuel critiques and positions for years to come."—Michael Herzfeld, Harvard University

  Imagined Identities

  Gönül Pultar is professor emerita, Bilkent University. She is the author and editor of numerous books, including On the Road to Baghdad; or, Traveling Biculturalism: Theorizing a Bicultural Approach to Contemporary World Fiction.

7 x 10, 456 pages, notes, bibliography, index

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