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The subject of nationalism is both complex and expansive, warranting its own undergraduate and graduate classes as well as integration into courses on diverse subjects. Due to students' diverse and often dramatic encounters with nationalism in their own lives, it can also be an exceptionally sensitive subject to approach in the classroom. For these reasons, H-Nationalism regularly produces a variety of pedagocial content. If you would like to contribute your own reflections or resources, please contact Dr.
Magic and Enchantment in Eastern Europe, Russia and the Baltics (Nyce BSU, Cotofana IUB)
Call for Papers
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Special Issue: Immigration and Ethnicity in Pennsylvania History
Guest Edited by Kathryn E. Wilson and Rosalind J. Beiler (October 2016)