Нарушая запреты традиции: реальные фронтиры и воображаемые границы в исследованиях национализма
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Ключевые слова

национализм, исследования национализма, модернизм, конструктивизм,

Как цитировать

1. Кирчанов М. Нарушая запреты традиции: реальные фронтиры и воображаемые границы в исследованиях национализма // Журнал Фронтирных Исследований. 2017. № 3. C. 57-81.

Аннотация

Автор анализирует теоретические и методологические проблемы современной историографии национализма. Исследования национализма принадлежат к числу динамично развивающихся направлений гуманитарного знания. Автор пытается ответить на вопрос почему национализмы малых наций более популярны среди историков чем национализмы больших наций. Автор полагает, что истоки этих теоретических и методологических противоречий можно локализовать и картировать в ранней истории академического изучения национализма. Марксистские теории национализмов и наций стали историческими предшественниками современных исследований национализма. Автор полагает, что марксистские попытки классифицировать и типологизировать национализмы, вообразить буржуазные национализмы и национализмы угнетенных наций исторически предшествовала академическим классификациям национализма как гражданских и этнических трендов и идеологий. Автор предполагает, что некоторые академические и псевдо-академические журналы пытаются вообразить национализмы больших наций как новые предметы академических штудий, но эта попытка оказалась неудачной, потому что "новая имперская история" фактически стал частной версией конструктивизма и модернизма. Автор полагает, что современная политическая конъюнктура формально стимулирует дебаты и вдохновляет новую повестку дня в исследованиях национализма, но реальные перемены отсутствуют, потому что академическое сообщество стабильно и консервативно.

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