H-Nationalism is a forum for conversation across academic and national frontiers and encompasses matters involving theory, methodology, history, and case studies of nationalism, nation formation, national identity, and related topics.

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Author: 
Narendra Subramanian
Reviewer: 
Aparna Malaviya

Malaviya on Subramanian, 'Nation and Family: Personal Law, Cultural Pluralism, and Gendered Citizenship in India'


Narendra Subramanian. Nation and Family: Personal Law, Cultural Pluralism, and Gendered Citizenship in India. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2014. 400 pp. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8047-8878-6.

Reviewed by Aparna Malaviya (Department of Humanities and Social Sciences; Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai)
Published on H-Nationalism (May, 2015)
Commissioned by Sarah Mak

Re: Weekend Reading, 5/22/2015

Hello Everyone,

Here is a book review for your reading pleasure:

Roland Clark reviews Andrii Krawchuk and Thomas Bremer’s, Eastern Orthodox Encounters of Identity and Otherness: Values, Self-Reflection, Dialogue, which discusses how the Eastern Orthodox Church in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia is responding to challenges from Western-dominated Europe. 
 

Best regards,

Justin Collier

CFP: Nationalism in Feminist Security Studies - International Studies Association Conference, Atlanta 16-19 March 2016

Apologies for cross posting.

Catherine Baker and I are organizing a panel on nationalism, gender, and critical security studies for the International Studies Association Conference in Atlanta, GA (16-19 March 2016).

Please find the panel abstract below. 

If you are interested please email Sarah Mak (smak@bowdoin.edu) and Catherine Baker (cbakertw1@googlemail.com) with your proposed paper abstract. Please send all abstracts by Thursday, May 28 3:00pm (GST).

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