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World History and Identity [electronic resource]

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Considers how global forces have redefined both individual and group identity in the modern world by examining the transnational identity that emerged in the Chinese diaspora, and comparing this to a newly re-defined national Chechen identity forged through war with Russia. Historians William McNeill, J.R. McNeill, and Heidi Roupp discuss the importance of understanding globalization, and the contributions the study of world history can make towards that end.
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2004