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Created in October 2003 by Professor Renée Dickason, Revue LISA/LISA e-journal is a bilingual (English/French) international peer-reviewed on-line publication. Revue LISA/LISA e-journal welcomes contributions, from France and abroad, in social and human sciences and pluri-, inter- or trans-disciplinary projects. 

Revue LISA/LISA e-journal, which celebrated its 50th number in 2020, publishes literary pieces by authors. It also publishes interviews with artists, and personalities from the worlds of politics and the sciences, along with thematic dossiers, the Virtual Loose Leaves, which include the Mélanges in homage to Pr. Dr. Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2018, and A Living Anthology on War Memories.

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vol 21. n°56 | 2023
Nation and nationalism in Scotland: Cultural and Political Identity

Nation et nationalisme en Écosse: identités culturelle et politique
Edited by Edwige Camp-Pietrain and Clarisse Godard Desmarest
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This issue explores how cultural identity and political nationalism have related to each other over the course of Scotland’s history. Through a series of detailed studies, we examine the roots of political and cultural nationalism and consider how their expressions have changed from the Middle Ages through to the present. By viewing these phenomena over a long period, we highlight long-term changes in the way they relate to each other, challenging interpretations of nationalism that see the political and cultural realms as straightforwardly equivalent and mutually supportive. In doing so, we hope to contribute to a more nuanced approach to both historical and contemporary nationalisms, with their complex and ever-evolving interrelations of social, cultural, political and economic factors.

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