Table of contents for Flag, nation and symbolism in Europe and America / [edited by] Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Richard Jenkins.

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1	Thomas Hylland Eriksen Some questions about flags
2	Gabriella Elgenius The origin of European national flags
3	Jonathan Leib and Gerald Webster Rebel with(out) a cause? The
	contested meanings of the Confederate Battle Flag in the American South
4	Manuel Madriaga The Star-Spangled Banner and ¿whiteness¿ in American
national identity
5	Nick Groom Union Jacks and Union Jills
6	Neil Jarman Pride and possession, display and destruction
7	Dominic Bryan Between the national and the civic: Flagging peace in, or a
piece of, Northern Ireland?
8	Richard Jenkins Inarticulate speech of the heart: Nation, flag and emotion
in Denmark
9	Orvar Löfgren A flag for all occasions? The Swedish experience
10	Ole Kristian Grimnes Nationalism and Unionism in nineteenth-century
Norwegian flags
11	Anne Eriksen The domestication of a national symbol: The private use of
flags in Norway
12	Iver B. Neumann Afterword

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Flags -- Social aspects -- Europe -- Case studies.
Flags -- Social aspects -- United States -- Case studies.
Emblems, National -- Social aspects -- Europe -- Case studies.
Emblems, National -- Social aspects -- United States -- Case studies.
Nationalism -- Europe -- Case studies.
Nationalism -- United States -- Case studies.
Political culture -- Europe -- Case studies.
Political culture -- United States -- Case studies.