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SEN News on Sunday: July 28 – August 4, 2013

The Scotsman (02/08/13) provides a commentary on how nationalism can flourish without a new state, as well as on the nuances between nationalism and statism. Eurasia Review (01/08/13) analyses the rise of nationalism in Japan and China. Bloomberg News (31/07/13) … Continue reading

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Narrating the Road to, and Reality of, Multicultural Britain

This article follows the series on Art and nationalism. Two specific exhibits in London’s galleries have sought to tell the story of  the emergence of multicultural Britain, depicting a nation which journeyed through slavery, its abolition and the recognition of … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: Olympic Bidding, Multicultural Nationalism, Terror, and the Epistemological Violence of ‘Making Britain Proud’

In celebration of the London 2012 Olympics, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present a selection of exclusive previews on the theme of nationalism, ethnicity and sport over the next few weeks. By focusing on London’s 2012 olympic bidding, … Continue reading

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Comment: Multiculturalism, Integration and Thilo Sarrazin

Over the years, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN) has published a variety of articles which engage with questions of multiculturalism in different societies from diverse academic perspectives. As part of SEN’s continuous engagement with these debates and aware of their relevance beyond the purely academic … 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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A New Pragmatic Debate on Multiculturalism: David Cameron And Professor Tariq Modood

(Picture Property of Getty Images) Prime Minister David Cameron has started the ball rolling on a new debate on the relationship between multiculturalism and political extremism. His criticism of “state multiculturalism” on February 5 triggered a round of fresh discussion … Continue reading

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