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Danforth focuses on the transnational dimension of the "global cultural war" taking place between Greeks and Macedonians both in the Balkans and in the diaspora. He analyzes two issues in particular: the struggle for human rights of the Macedonian minority in northern Greece and the campaign for international recognition of the newly independent Republic of Macedonia. The book concludes with a detailed analysis of the construction of identity at an individual level among immigrants from northern Greece who have settled in Australia, where multiculturalism is an official policy. People from the same villages, members of the same families, living in the northern suburbs of Melbourne have adopted different national identities.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Macedonia Ethnic relations, Greece Ethnic relations, Australia Ethnic relations, Nationalism Macedonia, Nationalism Greece, Macedonia Name, Macedonians Australia, Greeks Australia, Immigrants Australia