Author Archives: dps2012

Exploring the Role of Africa in the International Criminal Court

Editor’s note: As part of its special issue on Africa, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 11(1) dedicates its features section to exploring the socio-political and historical role of Africa in the International Criminal Court (ICC). The following is an introduction … Continue reading

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Special Issue of SEN Focuses on Nation and Charisma

Contributors to Volume 10, Number 3, of Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, examine charisma as the source of political authority. Navigate the links on the right for a selection of articles from this issue. The articles are available for download … Continue reading

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How Easy Is It To ‘Be British’? Interview With Tariq Modood

In his new book, Still Not Easy Being British: Struggles for a Multicultural Citizenship (Trentham, 2010), Professor Tariq Modood sets forth a concept of multiculturalism based on liberal citizenship, moderate secularism and an inclusive idea of what it is to … Continue reading

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Fascism And Antisemitism: How Closely Linked? Interview With Daniel Tilles

Daniel Tilles, a PhD student in history at Royal Holloway, University of London, has co-edited a new collection of articles, Fascism and the Jews: Italy and Britain (Vallentine Mitchell, 2011). Through comparative examination of the use of antisemitism by fascists … Continue reading

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Voices from the Field

In our latest instalment, Dr. Elizabeth Teague discusses challenging one’s preconceptions, reading Chekhov for preparatory work — and bringing along plenty of Scottish shortbread; in other words, how to adjust to life as an employee at a foreign embassy in Russia.  

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