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CfP The concept of ‘national indifference’ and its potential to nations and nationalism research. Deadline 31 January 2016

Workshop: The concept of ‘national indifference’ and its potential to nations and nationalism research

5-6 September 2016

Convenors: Maarten Van Ginderachter (Antwerp University) and Michal Kopecek (Charles University Prague)

Venue: Charles University Prague

Call for Papers

Secessionism and Separatism Monthly Series: “Secession and International Law” by Peter Radan

H-Nationalism is proud to publish here the second post of its “Secessionism and Separatism Monthly Series,” which looks at issues of fragmentation, sovereignty, and self-determination in a multi-disciplinary perspective. Today’s contribution, by Professor Peter Radan (Macquarie University, Sydney), deals with the complex relationship between secession and international law. Please feel free to participate in the discussion by commenting on the piece.


Secession and International Law

Paper proposals for Latin American Revolutionary Era (1750-1850) Panel

I am looking for paper proposals in order to create a full Latin American panel for the comnig Consortium on the Revolutionary Era conference.

While originally the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era focused on European issues, recent conferences have seen an increase in Latin American papers. CRE is currently encoraging more papers, presentations and panels on the Age of Revolution in Latin America.