Angie Hobbs on nationhood and nationalism today

Professor Angie Hobbs has delivered a keynote address on 'nationhood and nationalism today' in an event hosted in the Scottish Parliament.

She reflects on health and unhealthy forms of identification with the nation and the nation state in the context of an event reflecting on the centenary of World War I.

Angie Hobbs is Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield.

You watch an overview video of the public debate 'Nationhood and nationalism today’ held at the Scottish Parliament on 11 May 2017:

Watch video on University of Edinburgh blog