Global Middle East

Global Middle East

Adib-Moghaddam, Arshin (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Psycho-nationalism focuses on the history of the use of Iranian identity under the Shah, as well as by the governments since the 1979 Iranian revolution, to offer an exploration into the psychological and political roots of national identity and how these are often utilised by governments.
Introduction: love and politics; 1. National hysteria: Roma o'Morte; 2. International hubris: Kings of Kings and Vicegerents of God; 3. Geographic dislocations: Iran is in India; 4. Religious neuroses: Islam and the people; 5. Un-national therapy: freedom and its discontents; 6. Sexing the nation: subversive trans-localities.
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