Gender and National Identity: Lessons from the Australian Case
In recent years, feminist studies have substantially redressed the absence of women from nationalism theory and analysis. This new work has highlighted the symbolic marginalisation of women in dominant ideologies about national imagined communities, and made salient the importance of women's roles in nationalist projects. Yet there remains little complementary knowledge of the degree of reflexivity, critique or compliance that is taking place with respect to national ideas in contexts of banal...[Show more]
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