Globalization and Identity: Dialectics of Flow and Closure
May 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Nationalism and Transnationalism.
Part II: Commodities and Fantasies.
Part III: Theoretical Reflections.
Epilogue: On Some Reports from a Free Space: Ulf Hannerz.
"The immense merit of this volume to readers who are not steeped in the debates about globalization is that it makes the subject relevant to concerns widely shared in the world today. It is also easily comprehensible, with its, on the whole, enlightening case-studies." Patrick Chabal, International Affairs
" With a rich confluence of diverse empirical material with social theory, the writers in this volume have made a strong and timely anthology for those interested in globalization or identity studies" Matthew Kurtz, University of Alaska Anchorage