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Competing Sovereignties: Intertwinement, Contestation, Evolution

This Graduate Workshop looks to rethink the concept of sovereignty within, between, and among states by engaging in a dialogue between multidisciplinary scholars within area studies. Through diverse approaches, we will examine state sovereignty in the contexts of environmental and climate challenges, political unions, independence movements, nation-building narratives, multi-national military alliances, international organisations and multinational corporations in the 20th and 21st centuries.

The program is available here.

Stephen Tuffnell
Kimberly B. Sherman

Sherman on Tuffnell, 'Made in Britain: Nation and Emigration in Nineteenth-Century America'

Stephen Tuffnell. Made in Britain: Nation and Emigration in Nineteenth-Century America. Oakland: University of California Press, 2020. Illustrations, tables. xiii + 302 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-520-34470-9.

Reviewed by Kimberly B. Sherman (Cape Fear Community College) Published on H-Nationalism (November, 2021) Commissioned by Evan C. Rothera (University of Arkansas - Fort Smith)