Nationalism - John Hutchinson; Anthony Smith - Oxford University PressJohn Hutchinson born is a British academic. Before joining the LSE in , Hutchinson taught in Australia at the interdisciplinary School of Humanities at Griffith University , from to , and from to , where he became associate professor. He is vice-president of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism and deputy editor of Nations and Nationalism. Hutchinson is an interdisciplinary scholar whose work has contributed to theories of nationalism, the study of cultural nationalism, notably in Ireland, and more recently, warfare and nationalism. He is a leading scholar of the ethnosymbolist school established by Smith that highlights the role of embedded historical memories in the formation of modern nations. His first monograph , The Dynamics of Cultural Nationalism  was nominated in for the Political Studies Association Prize and is widely cited    by scholars as a pioneering contribution to the field of Irish history and cultural nationalism. Hutchinson rejected earlier scholarship that tended to conflate nationalism and state-seeking movements.
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