Over the last decade, affect has emerged as one of the most prominent concepts within human geography. More recently, scholars engaging with the nation have also drawn on insights from studies of affect to interrogate the ways in which relations between people and materially heterogeneous assemblages underpin national forms of identification, organisation and expression. This symposium aims to interrogate affective nationalism both as an analytical lens and a topic of investigation. More specifically, it looks into the spaces and the politics of affective nationalism as a way to explore how the nation continues to operate as a salient register in people’s everyday lives.
|Journal||Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space|
|Early online date||06 Apr 2020|
|Publication status||Published - 01 Jun 2020|