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Deadline Extended: ASEN 2013 Conference – Nationalism and Revolution

The Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) would like to remind you to submit your abstract for its 23rd Annual Conference entitled: Nationalism and Revolution. The conference will take place from the 9-11th April, 2013 at the … Continue reading

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ASEN Event: ‘Diagnosing Diasporas: A Comprehensive Effort to Understand Variations in Mobilization and Extremism’

ASEN, in conjunction with the Department of Government, LSE would like to invite you to our upcoming seminar titled ‘Diagnosing Diasporas: A Comprehensive Effort to Understand Variations in Mobilization and Extremism’  with Prof. Dr. Stephen Saideman  (Paterson Chair in International … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: Neo-Nazi Nationalism

In the first preview of our current focus on violence and extremist groups, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is pleased to present an extract from Amy Cooter’s ‘Neo-Nazi Nationalism.’  Abstract In an effort to understand how supremacists may respond to future … Continue reading

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Problems Predicting Extremist Violence

To launch our new theme on extremism and violence, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present a specially commissioned piece by Amy Cooter on the issue of predicting violent action. Over the next few weeks, we will be posting … Continue reading

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Conference Chair Opportunity: ASEN’s 22nd Annual Conference

ASEN, the world’s leading organization for the study of ethnicity and nationalism, is pleased to announce an opportunity to act as one of the two Conference Chairs who will lead the ASEN Annual Conference that has developed into a major international event over … Continue reading

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First-hand Experience: National Pride and the Olympics

As the Paralympics kick off in London tonight, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present our final exclusive article on the theme of nationalism, ethnicity and sport. Regular contributor Sonia Morland writes of her own experiences at the Olympic … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: ‘Skiing Nation: Towards an Anthropology of Slovenia’s National Sport’

In our final instalment of SEN Journal: Online Exclusives previews on the theme of nationalism, ethnicity, and sport, we are delighted to present Vlado Kotnik’s article on the role of skiing in Slovenian identity, culture and society.  Abstract This paper explores … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: Banal Nationalism, Football, and Discourse Community in Africa

In our second last instalment on nationalism, ethnicity and sport, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is pleased to present a preview of Bea Vidac’s ‘Banal Nationalism, Football, and Discourse Community in Africa.  Abstract The article argues that despite the continuing relevance … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: ‘Whose Game They’re Playing’: Nation and Emotion in Canadian TV Advertising during the 2010 Winter Olympics

Continuing with our focus on nationalism, ethnicity and sport, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is very pleased to present an exclusive preview of Steven Mock’s article ‘‘Whose Game They’re Playing’: Nation and Emotion in Canadian TV Advertising during the 2010 Winter Olympics’, … Continue reading

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Nationalism and the Olympics: Reflections on the opening ceremony

As part of our current focus on sport, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present an exclusive commentary on nationalism and the olympics by Steven J. Mock. They were a strange sight in the parade of athletes during the … Continue reading

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