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The Clamour of Nationalism: A Discussion with Sivamohan Valluvan - Shared screen with gallery view
Matthew Waites
37:02
Andrea Ledsom? Forgotten her!
Vassiliki Kolocotroni
55:38
https://www.dukeupress.edu/hindutva-as-political-monotheism
Brendan McGeever
01:02:56
Thanks for a rich and wonderful paper, Vallu! Such a great book too. I wondered what you made of Starmer’s recent echo of the ‘Global Britain’ narrative? e.g. the claim that Britain must once again show ‘global leadership and be a force for good in the world’?
Scarlet Harris
01:09:28
Thanks Vallu - always love hearing you talk! My question is around articulations of regionalism, regional sovereignty and identity… thinking about Andy Burnham’s recent popularity as ‘king of the north’ (?!) during the pandemic. How can we understand these appeals in relation to nationalism? What do they obscure / can they escape the same traps as nationalism?
Brendan McGeever
01:12:59
Thanks!
Matthew Waites
01:18:45
I have a question
Yasmeen
01:29:37
Such a compelling and poetic talk Vallu! Can you say more about the beauty of feral anti-nationalisms? And do you think that nationalisms even shape ‘common sense’ modes of thought in contemporary race studies? I am thinking, for example, of the cultural categories we use or idea of separate histories of ‘different communities’?
Christine Cooper
01:35:43
Thanks so much - so interesting and clear!!
Eilidh McDonald
01:37:44
Thank you very much! I really enjoyed your talk
Yasmeen
01:37:55
Thank you so much Vallu!
gideon
01:38:12
Ideal, thanks for the talk.