The Making of the Nations and Cultures of the New World An Essay in Comparative History

by Gerard Bouchard

Part of the Carleton Library Series Series

The Making of the Nations and Cultures of the New World An Essay in Comparative History Synopsis

A comparative, post-colonial exploration of how the collectivities of the New World became nations

The Making of the Nations and Cultures of the New World An Essay in Comparative History Press Reviews

A masterful work on the evolution of new collectivities and their preoccupations with identity, in which the originality of the thinking and the elegance of the style are matched by extensive research and the topicality of the theme. This plea for comparative history takes a new look at Quebec society and the path it has taken in the world. Governor General's Literary Awards Jury

Book Information

ISBN: 9780773532946
Publication date: 3rd March 2008
Author: Gerard Bouchard
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 448 pages
Categories: Social & cultural history,

About Gerard Bouchard

Gerard Bouchard is professor, human sciences, Universite de Quebec a Chicoutimi, and the author of numerous books, including Quelques arpents d'Amerique : population, economie, famille au Saguenay, 1838-1971, which won the 2000 Francois-Xavier Garneau Me

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