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What are some of the most compelling memoirs or personal accounts, from any place on the globe and any time period, that speak to the themes of national identity, exclusion, and/or belonging? Do you use these works in your classes or research? If so, how?
Territoriality and Non-territoriality in Accommodating National Diversity within States, 1789-1989
Location: Vienna, Austria
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