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  • Author:
    Petra Broomans
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    978-9042921504
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    Peeters Publishers (December 31, 2008)
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    228 pages
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The Beloved Mothertongue book.

The Beloved Mothertongue book.

Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations. The beloved mothertongue. Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations. Inventories and Reflections. Ga onmiddellijk naar paginanavigatie. Over time people have lost their mother tongue, learned a new one and/or regained the old one. This is a process that can be observed among minorities, migrants, refugees, people in exile and expats. These processes are not bound to one single area but can be regarded as a global phenomenon.

The Beloved Mothertongue. Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations: Inventories and Reflections. The volume opens with introductory and theoretical surveys on the theme of nationalism, followed by critical surveys of each of the above-mentioned regions and nations.

Article in the book The Beloved Mothertongue, eds. Petra Broomans, Goffe Jensma, Hans Vandevoorde, Maarten Van . Petra Broomans, Goffe Jensma, Hans Vandevoorde, Maarten Van Ginderachter. The paper deals with ethnolinguistic nationalism and cultural transfer. Case: the reception of Scandinavian literature in Flanders and the Netherlands.

Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations: Inventories and . In P. Broomans, G. T. Jensma, H. Vandevoorde, & M. Van Ginderachter (Ed., The Beloved Mothertongue. Groningen Studies in Cultural Change; No.

Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations: Inventories and Reflections (pp. 187 - 190). XXXIII). Leuven - Paris - Dudley, MA: Peeters. Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations: Inventories and Reflections (pp. ix - xi). (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change; No.

The Beloved Mothertongue: Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small .

The Beloved Mothertongue: Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations; Inventories and Reflections. Alte niederländische Lieder aus Belgien herausgegegeben von . In cultural life, that is in literary and artistic journals, in the course of arts exhibitions, in theatre life and in academies of fine arts, the validity of diverse cultural identities within Belgium was debated.

Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations: Inventories and Reflections (Louvain 2008), 93-107.

The beloved mothertongue: Ethnolinguistic nationalism in small nations: Inventories and reflections. National indifference and the history of nationalism in modern Europe. M Van Ginderachter, J Fox. M Van Ginderachter, P Broomans, J Goffe, H Vandevoorde. Routledge, 2019.

Petra, Broomans et a. eds. 2008. The Beloved Mothertongue: Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in Small Nations; Inventories and Reflections. eBook Packages Literature, Cultural and Media Studies. Reprints and Permissions. ethnolinguistic nationalism in small nations : inventories and reflections. The concept of ethnolinguistic nationalism and cultural transfer. Groningen studies in cultural change - v. 33. Published 2008 by Peeters in Leuven. The reception of Scandinavian Literature in Flanders and the Netherlands, Petra Broomans. The case of the Dutch-speaking Belgians in the Nineteenth Century, Bruno De Wever. Minorities and kinships. The case of ethnolinguistics nationalism in Friesland, Goffe Jensma.

During the long nineteenth century, the Herderian motto that language reflects the soul of the nation proved to be a pivotal agent in forming ethnicities, nations and national territories as well as in excluding linguistic minorities. In the spring of 2005, the Groningen Research School for the Study of the Humanities hosted a workshop on the subject of Ethnolinguistic nationalism in the Netherlands, Flanders and the Scandinavian countries. The workshop was organized and attended by a select, interdisciplinary group of scholars whose papers are presented in this volume, XXXIII in the series Groningen Studies in Cultural Change. The volume opens with introductory and theoretical surveys on the theme of nationalism, followed by critical surveys of each of the above-mentioned regions and nations. The contributions to the volume consist of the discussion and development of some interesting new fields of research on the subject.