Tag Archives: Nationalism

Russian and Albanian Nationalisms at the End of the 19th and Start of the 20th Centuries

In today’s selection of past article we reflect on the difference a century makes to two of the nationalisms which cropped up in last week’s news: those of Russia and Albania.  The Relevance of Kohn’s Dichotomy to the Russian Nineteenth-Century … Continue reading

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SEN News on Sunday: July 20-28, 2013

Russia Beyond the Headlines (28/07/13) reports on Russia’s new 28-point strategy to deal with the country’s ethnic conflict, entitled  “Strategy of the State National Policy of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2025”. New York Times (23/07/13) analyzes … Continue reading

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SEN News on Sunday: July 2 – 7, 2013

The Economist (6/7/13) reports on the increase in outbreaks of ethnic violence in China’s Xinjiang region. Migration Source (June 2013) features an article which provides an overview of migration and demographic changes in Central and Eastern Europe from the 1990s … Continue reading

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Insights into the Referendum: an interview with Professor McCrone part 2 of 2

As part of our current series on Scotland and secessionist movements, Professor David McCrone and I met to discuss Scotland’s future in its capital, Edinburgh. In the first part  of that interview, which the SEN blog published last Friday, we … Continue reading

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Insights into the Referendum: an interview with Professor McCrone part 1 of 2

As part of our current series on Scotland and secessionist movements, Professor David McCrone and I met to discuss Scotland’s future in its capital, Edinburgh. He was one of the founding directors of the Institute of Governance at Edinburgh University … Continue reading

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The new secessionist wave – Reflections on the crisis of the neo-liberal state

As part of our current series on Scotland and secessionist movements, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is excited to present this original piece by Professor Daniele Conversi, Research Professor at the University of the Basque Country and the Ikerbasque Foundation for Science, … Continue reading

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Scotland and Secessionist Movements: The Political Process

We have some great content lined up in this series including an interview with Professor David McCrone , co-director of the Institute of Governance at Edinburgh University, and a piece from Professor Daniele Conversi , Research Professor at the University of the … Continue reading

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Ethnicity and Nationalism News Bites: March 19 – 23, 2013

The L.A. Times (23/3/13) reports on the death of Chinua Achebe, the acclaimed Nigerian writer, often called the grandfather of  modern African and post-colonial, literature. His novels have played an important role in debating national and ethnic African identities in … Continue reading

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Call for Review Articles on Ethnicity, Nationalism and Education

Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN) is currently seeking authors to write reviews for our upcoming special issue on “Ethnicity, Nationalism and Education”. The reviews are intended for publication in SEN volume 13 number 3 (2013). The deadline for submission … Continue reading

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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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