Includes bibliographical references (p. -257) and index.
Introduction: Whose re-imagined community? -- Imagining and instituting a new youth -- Envisioning youth across the border of independence -- Ideologies of schooling, teachers' authority, and cultural revolution -- The rise of militant theater -- Ventures and misadventures in the revolutionary forest -- Construing and constructing the nation's margins : troubles with the forest and forestiers -- Forestier itineraries across revolutionary pedagogical domains -- Forestier stories of militant theater : discovering the motives and moralities of a revolutionary state -- Conclusion: Nationalism and memory after the revolution.
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