Even in the face of neoliberal globalization, nationalism remains a significant political force. The leading contributors to this new volume explore the extent to which nationalism can be a foundation for alternative solidarities. Against the axiom that with globalization ‘all that is solid melts into air,’ this anthology debates the extent to which different forms of solidarity remain viable - from the solidarities of local political groups to the solidarities of nationalism, internationalism and alternative globalisms.
Organized into three sections, the book addresses the relationship between the contemporary formations of nationalism, globalism and solidarity movements:
Offering the first detailed study of the relationship between globalization and nationalism, Nationalism and Global Solidarities will be of strong interest to students and scholars of politics, sociology and international political economy.
1. Globalisms, Nationalisms, Solidarities: An Argument Part 1: Globalisms 2. Global Formation: Towards an Alternative Approach 3. Global and National: The Constitution of Contemporary Capitalism 4. Global or National? Between the Multitude and the People 5. Global Apartheid and Nation-Statehood: Instituting Border Regimes Part 2: Nationalisms 6. Liberal Nationalisms: Paralysis and Possibility 7. Transformative Nationalisms: Struggles against Empire 8. Comparative Nationalisms in Gandhi’s Global Village 9. Violent Nationalisms and Global Terrains in the War for Aceh Part 3: Solidarities 10. Fluid Solidarities: Affiliations beyond the Nation 11. Reframing Justice in a Globalizing World 12. Reflexive Solidarities: Between Nationalism and Globalism
The Routledge Studies in Globalisation series is edited by André Broome (University of Warwick, UK) and Leonard Seabrooke (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark).
Based in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation at the University of Warwick (www.warwick.ac.uk/csgr), the Routledge Studies in Globalisation series examines key questions related to the theory and practice of globalisation and regionalisation. The Series has an interdisciplinary focus and publishes research that is methodologically and theoretically rigorous and which advances knowledge about the changing dynamics of globalisation and regionalisation, global governance and global order, and global civil society.
Shaun Breslin, University of Warwick, UK
Sophie Harman, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Richard Higgott, University of Warwick, UK
Manuela Moschella, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy
Helen Nesadurai, Monash University, Australia
Andreas Nölke, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany