Monthly Archives: December 2011

Stained Glass of Flemish Nationalism

By Dr. Karen Shelby Since the creation of the Belgian state in 1831, some members of the Flemish community have maintained citizenship as Flemings rather than as Belgians and have located their desire for independence from Belgium directly within the … Continue reading

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Everything Must Go: Liquidating and Lessening Hmong Cultural Heritage in Laos

By Dr. Simeon S. Magliveras Textiles are an influential site where gender ideals and national, local and ethnic identities are produced and expressed. However, with the advent of tourism and consumerism of fourth world products in Laos, the tensions between … Continue reading

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Interview with Anthony D. Smith

As part of our current focus on nationalism, ethnicity and art, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present an exclusive interview with Professor Anthony D. Smith. Professor Smith is the author of numerous highly regarded works on nationalism, including inter … Continue reading

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Featured Preview: Visual Narration of a Nation

As part of its call for contributions on art and ethnicity, the SEN web team is delighted to present a selection of articles related to the topic from SEN’s print issues. We are pleased to present a preview of Cemren Altan’s “Visual … Continue reading

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