Syracuse University Press
TwitterFacebookBlogSyracuse University Press You Tube ChannelHomeContactMediaAwardsGivingNewsletter

New Books Spring 2019 Fall 2018 Seasonal Catalog Archive Books by Subject Awards Course Adoption Exam Copies Desk Copies Books by Title Books by Author Author Guidelines Order Information Domestic Orders International Orders Sales Representatives Request Reprint Permissions Contact us Media About the Press Giving Joing mailing list




Riverscapes and National Identities

Tricia Cusack

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-2904-7    |    2019

ebook 978-0-8156-5068-3

"A provocative and persuasive work. It provides a fresh perspective on the imagining of nations in the ‘age of nationalism.’ Its themes of modernity, emergent nationalism, disease and sanitation, ethnic and civic, and of the role of the worker, peasant, or citizen within the class dynamic of the five riverscapes explored here situate this work within the current debate on nationalism, but also moves us beyond it."—Nations and Nationalism

"In this unique interdisciplinary work, Cusack uses five case studies to examine the construction and representation of national identity and belonging through the concept of the riverscape—a landscape with a river as the central element and organizing principle, geographically and culturally. Highly recommended."—Choice

"Through an analysis of individual painters’ influence and role in constructing nationalist discourse, Cusack also emphasizes the importance of individual agency."—Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

  Riverscapes and National Identities

 

6 x 9, 256 pages, 40 black-and-white illustrations, notes, works cited, index

Syracuse University Press
621 Skytop Road Suite 110 Syracuse NY 13244 phone 315-443-5534 fax 315-443-5545
Download our Latest Catalogs, PDFs
  Arrows Spring 2019 Arrows Middle East Studies
  Arrows Fall 2018 Arrows New York State
  Arrows Irish Studies Arrows Native American Studies
home   new books   books by subject   seasonal catalog archive   fall 2015 newsletter   awards   books in print   facebook   twitter   blog   exam copies   desk copies   author guidelines   domestic orders   international orders   sales reps   requesting reprint permissions   contact us   media   giving   resources   mailing list   about   sitemap
Copyright 1999-2018 Syracuse University Press. All rights reserved.                  site by customwebhelp