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Further Considerations on the Politics of Religious Discourse: Naim Frasheri and his Pantheism in the Course of Nineteenth-Century Albanian Nationalism

Middle Eastern Studies, November 2013, Vol.49(6), pp.859-879 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The making of `American': race and nation in neurasthenic discourse

History of Psychiatry, 01 June 2007, Vol.18(2), pp.157-178 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Governing through nature: camps and youth movements in interwar Germany and the United States

Cultural Geographies, Apr 2008, Vol.15(2), pp.173-205 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Nation, Gender and Representations of (In)Securities in Indian Politics

European Journal of Women's Studies, 01 August 2008, Vol.15(3), pp.203-221 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Whiteness, multiculturalism and nationalist appropriation of Celtic culture: the case of the League of the South and the Lega Nord

Cultural Geographies, Apr 2005, Vol.12(2), p.151+ [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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'Nature', nationhood and the poetics of meaning in Ruhuna (Yala) National Park, Sri Lanka

Cultural Geographies, Apr 2005, Vol.12(2), p.199+ [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A museum, the city, and a nation

Cultural Geographies, Jan 2008, Vol.15(1), pp.119-142 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The rhetoric of nostalgia: postcolonial Alexandria between uncanny memories and global geographies

Cultural Geographies, Apr 2006, Vol.13(2), pp.207-238 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  1. Peer, Hal
  2. Hague, E
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  4. Hague, Euan
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