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Recent Content

Extended Call for Abstracts: Gender and Global Warfare in the Twentieth Century

Extended Call for Abstracts:  Special Issue of Gender & History Volume 28:3 (November 2016) on “Gender and Global Warfare in the Twentieth Century”

The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to October 31, 2014

Edited by Louise Edwards (UNSW Australia), Martha Hanna (University of Colorado), and Patricia M. E. Lorcin (University of Minnesota).

Scottish Independence Referendum Weekly Update

Emmanuel Dalle Mulle of The Graduate Institute, Geneva, and Amy Clarke of the University of Queensland, Australia, bring us the seventh of a series of weekly updates on the Scottish Independence Referendum.  Feel free to comment on this post.


As this is our last weekly newsletter on the Scottish independence referendum, we would like to thank all of you for your attention as well as the team of H-Nationalism, and especially David Prior, for their support.


Florencia Garramuño
Marilyn Miller

Miller on Garramuño, 'Primitive Modernities: Tango, Samba, and Nation'

Florencia Garramuño. Primitive Modernities: Tango, Samba, and Nation. Trans. Anna Kazumi Stahl. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011. xi + 200 pp. $85.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8047-6249-6; $27.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-8047-6250-2.

Reviewed by Marilyn Miller (Tulane University) Published on H-Nationalism (September, 2014) Commissioned by Paul Quigley