There shall be an independent Scotland: British and Scottish nationalism after the 2014 #Indyref

There shall be an independent Scotland British and Scottish nationalism after the Indyref The Indyref in Scotland and its aftermath is perhaps the most significant political debate that has taken place within the UK nation s three hundred year history In all the talk in September

  • Title: There shall be an independent Scotland: British and Scottish nationalism after the 2014 #Indyref
  • Author: Malory Nye
  • ISBN: 1511845775
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • The 2014 Indyref in Scotland and its aftermath is, perhaps, the most significant political debate that has taken place within the UK nation s three hundred year history.In all the talk in September 2014 of the dust settling on the issue, it is in fact clear that there is no settled will, and that after the referendum things in Scotland will never be the same again EverThe 2014 Indyref in Scotland and its aftermath is, perhaps, the most significant political debate that has taken place within the UK nation s three hundred year history.In all the talk in September 2014 of the dust settling on the issue, it is in fact clear that there is no settled will, and that after the referendum things in Scotland will never be the same again Everything is still up for grabs, and Malory Nye s prediction is that the issue of independence will be resolved at some point The real question is whether it will be sooner or later it may take twenty to thirty years or it may come sooner.But there shall be an independent Scotland, one day.This book is a collection of Nye s thoughts and writings around this topic including a number of previously published blog posts from the Huffington Post and Medium in which he tries to find his own way through the entanglements and representations of national identity Much of this has focused on the rise of Scottish nationalism, whilst quietly ignoring that other nationalism, the love that dares not speak its own name.That is, the elephant in the room of British nationalism.Using various examples from the London Olympics, Downton Abbey, Wolf Hall, the First Continental US Congress, and , Nye takes us through some of the muddy waters of the contemporary United Kingdom A unity of nationalisms that needs to find new ways of living at ease with itself For Nye, this will inevitably lead to a British regionalism that enables Scots and other Brits to be independent on their own terms.

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    1. Malory Nye is an independent academic, consultant and writer, who has worked for many years in UK higher education both public and private.He has a particular interest in multiculturalism, diversity, and contemporary social issues He has been the principal of an HE college in Scotland, and has taught and been affiliated with King s College London, University of Stirling, and the University of Aberdeen.He is the author of several books, including Multiculturalism and Minority Religions in Britain , There shall be an independent Scotland , and Religion the Basics He also edits the journal titled Culture and Religion.He also produces two podcasts, Religion Bites and Malory Nye writer academic , which can both be found in iTunes.His website is at malorynye

    2. Well that didn't happen! Little sense in reading about a referendum that bloody failed, but it gives a decent background to the subject. Call me an irritated Scot over the whole thing, and they get one over on us for Brexit! Can this story get any worse? Back to the book, worth the read but give me the damn referendum again.

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