CALL FOR PAPERS: ASEN 23rd Conference “Nationalism and Revolution”

The Association for Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 23rd ASEN Annual Conference: Nationalism and Revolution. The conference will take place from the 9-11th April, 2013 at the London School of Economics. This call for papers is also available to download as a PDF <> .

Confirmed keynote speakers include: John Breuilly, Charles King, John Lonsdale, Karma Nabulsi, Stein Tønnesson and Sami Zubaida.

 Proposals are invited for papers focusing on the following themes:


*       Theories of nationalist revolution
*       Class conflict, nationalism and revolution
*       Popular nationalism and revolution
*       Nationalist ideology and revolution
*       Nationalist ideology and counter-revolution
*       Elite nationalism and revolution


*       Nationalism and the “great” revolutions (English, French, Russian, Chinese)
*       Revolutions and national liberation movements
*       Revolution and the diffusion of nationalism
*       Internationalism, nationalism and revolution
*       The art and media (printed, visual, etc.) of nationalism and revolution


*       Nationalism, revolution and the collapse of communism
*       Radical nationalism (left and right) as revolutionary – e.g. European cases
*       Popular national resistance to dictatorship – e.g. in the Middle East
*       State nationalism as anti-revolutionary


Abstracts should be submitted online no later than November 30, 2012. To submit your abstract, please follow this link:


Successful submissions will be announced in January 2013.


The ASEN conference team looks forward to reading your abstract!

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