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Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink: Famine

Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin for the penultimate session of our virtual series, "Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink." Scholars Janam Mukherjee of Toronto Metropolitan University and Niamh Ann Kelly of Technological University Dublin will discuss the role of famine in the politics of food and drink.

Nationalism and Political Viiolence


In this blog Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow) examines the complex relationship between political violence and nationalism. He considers  possible justifications for the use of violence for political ends, arguing that is use can be justified in limited circumstances only. He finds that while there is an association between violence and nationalism, other factors such as state dominance and imperial claims are more important.

Call of Papers for the International Conference "Branding Mediterranean Europe: Tourism, Transport, and National Identity, 1945-1990"

Branding Mediterranean Europe: Tourism, Transport, and National Identity, 1945-1990
Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno, Crete, 8-10 June 2023

CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS AND BOOK PROPOSALS: Contemporary Turkey academic book series

Dear all,

With apologies for cross-posting, please see a call for book proposals for the Conetmporary Turkey academic book series:


  • CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS AND BOOK PROPOSALS: I.B.Tauris and the British Institute at Ankara are seeking book proposals for the Contemporary Turkey academic book series.


The Contemporary Turkey book series is open for submissions.