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CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on Science, Technology and the Nation, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN) Journal

Science and technology have become closely interwoven within the larger processes of national development, nation-building and citizenship. Scientific and technological innovation is often seen as the benchmark through which nation states enact claims of modernisation and progress, by asserting their competitive status in larger geopolitical hierarchies differentiating ‘developed’ from ‘developing’ states. Nuclear power is one such example, which provides both an advantage in warfare as well as in the ready availability of clean energy.

Reminder - CFP: Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics - "Mainstreaming the extreme"

Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics is a peer reviewed journal which promotes multidisciplinary, comparative and critical thinking on Eastern and Central European societies in a global context. The journal publishes research with international relevance and encourages comparative analysis both within the region and with other parts of the world.

First event of 2014-15 ASEN Seminar Series (Everyday Ethnicity, Everyday Nationalism): Uses of the Self with Prof Iver Neumann (LSE, IR), 7 October

Uses of the Self: Two Ways of Thinking about Scholarly Situatedness and Method, the first in the 2014/15 seminar series on 'Everyday Nationalism, Everyday Ethnicity, with Prof.

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