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Dissertation Reviews is seeking a dynamic scholar in Political Science

Dissertation Reviews is seeking a dynamic scholar in Political Science to develop a new field within our innovative scholarly network

Dissertation Reviews (www.dissertationreviews.org) is a web platform featuring reviews of recently defended PhD dissertations in the humanities and social sciences. We have grown by leaps and bounds since our founding five years ago: from only one field to more than 20, from 10 reviews per year to over 550, and from a handful of editors to a team of more than 30 talented early-career scholars across the globe.

Invitation to Political Community inter-disciplinary workshop at CISRUL, U Aberdeen, 24-25 June 2014

Invitation to workshop

POLITICAL COMMUNITY: AUTHORITY IN THE NAME OF COMMUNITY

Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL) at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Tuesday 24-Wednesday 25 June 2014

Academic coordinator: Trevor Stack (t.stack@abdn.ac.uk)

Workshop administrator: Claire Wojciechowski (claire.wojciechowski@abdn.ac.uk)

Website: http://wp.me/PASsb-45

ASN 2014 WORLD CONVENTION PROGRAM

ASN 2014 WORLD CONVENTION PROGRAM

150+ PANELS ON THE BALKANS, CENTRAL EUROPE, RUSSIA, UKRAINE/BELARUS, THE
CAUCASUS, EURASIA, TURKEY/GREECE, CHINA, MIGRATION, and NATIONALISM STUDIES

The final program of the ASN 2014 World Convention can be downloaded at
http://nationalities.org/convention/pdfs/ASN-2014-Final-Program.pdf. The
Convention, sponsored by the Harriman Institute, will be held at Columbia
University, New York, on April 24-26, 2014.

**Registration fees are $90 for ASN members, $110 for nonmembers, $60 for
students (and a special rate of $30 for nonpanelist graduate students

Weekend Reading 4/18/2014

 

H-Nationalism’s Weekend Reading series highlights recent and thought-provoking reviews, blogposts, brief articles, and op-ed pieces.


 

New subscriber working on banal nationalism and queers online

Dear collegues,

 

As a new subscriber to the H-Nationalism network, I thought it would be nice to briefly introduce myself. 

I am a PhD Candidate in the Deprtment of Communication Studies at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). The title of my research project is '(Trans)national queers online: Case studies from Poland and Turkey'. The project focuses on the relationship between queer sexualities and the nation on the internet. Some things I examine include: national symbolism on queer websites, national and international hyperlinks on the websites and the use of country-code Top-Level Domains (e.g. .tr for Turkey) by queer webmasters. You can find more information on my personal website: www.lukaszszulc.com