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Feeling Canadian: Television, Nationalism, and Affect by Marusya Bociurkiw



1. Affect Theory: Becoming Nation

2. The Televisual Archive and the Nation

3. Whose Child Am I? The Quebec Referendum and the Language of Affect and the Body

4. Haunted Absences: Reading Canada: A People’s History

5. An Otherness Barely Touched Upon: A Cooking Show, a Foreigner, a Turnip, and a Fish’s Eye

6. National Mania, Collective Melancholia: The Trudeau Funeral

7. Homeland (In)Security: Roots and Displacement, from New York to Toronto to Salt Lake City

Conclusion: Empty Suitcases

Coda: Fascinating Fascism: The 2010 Olympics


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