The referendum on independence in Scotland will take place on September 18th next and the campaing itself and the general discussion has much of interst to those studying nationalism.
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One of our members has let us know about the following interview with nationalism scholar Nira Yuval Davis about the recent Israeil offensive. The interview is available here, and starts about 11 minutes in if you want to jump ahead: http://youtu.be/Bjk2n1HN74g
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