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The civil war in Sri Lanka and the part that nationalism seemed to play in it inspired the writing of this book some twenty-three years ago. The argument was developed through a comparative analysis of nationalism in Sri Lanka with the author's native Australia.
Bruce Kapferer studied at the universities of Sydney and Manchester, at the latter with Max Gluckman and Clyde Mitchell. After having taught there for many years he returned to Australia to found the anthropology department at the University of Adelaide and the journal Social Analysis. Later he held Chairs in anthropology at University College London, James Cook University and most recently at the University of Bergen, Norway. Kapferer is also adjunct Professor in Anthropology at the University of Sydney and James Cook University. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences. His many publications include A Celebration of Demons (1983), The Feast of the Sorcerer (1997), Beyond Rationalism (ed., 2003), Aesthetics in Performance (co-ed., 2005), Crisis of the State (co-ed., 2009), and Contemporary Religiosities (co-ed., 2010).