Nationalism and Development in Asia
Nationalism as the rationale for development is used by regimes to achieve high levels of growth, but also generates exclusivism and hostilities, often in order to integrate a political core. Popular nationalism has also dialectically reshaped the goals and patterns of development during the post-Second World War period.
Join us for a lunchtime discussion on a recent paper by
Dr. Prasenjit Duara, Director of the Duke Global Asia Initiative and the Oscar Tang Chair of East Asian Studies in Duke University's Department of History.
Pizza will be served