Title: REIMAGINING CULTURE - HISTORIES, IDENTITIES ...
Publisher: Berg (1997), Oxford, UK
Publication Date: 1997
Book Condition: very good+, wraps (softcover)
297pp ISBN 1859739857 This book is an ethnographic study of the cultural identity and language in a community the author calls Carnan. Situated on the Isle of Skye, an Inner Hebridean island lying off the north-west coast of Scotland, Carnan was widely regarded as a symbollically important 'test-case' of the Gaelic renaissance. The author looks at ways in which local people express their senses of belonging, and in particular their responses to Gaelic language policies. Bookseller Inventory # 051075
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