Re-imagining the national community in urban public place : Trafalgar Square, 1906 - 2010
This thesis examines the contribution of urban public place to narratives of national identity. In doing so, it responds to existing scholarship within nationalism studies concerning the processes by which national identity is constructed, reproduced and transformed. First, it argues that urban public place plays an important role in making the national community visible. Second, an analysis of place reveals the multiple intertwining narratives that contribute to national identities. Third, it...[Show more]
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