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Recent Content

Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe Series: "Nationalism, European Integration and the Challenge of Brexit," by Brian Girvin

H-Nationalism is pleased to publish here the first post of its 'Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe' monthly series, which will discuss contributions on the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union and its impact on nationalism and the future of Europe in a multidisciplinary perspective.  Today's contribution, by Professor Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow), discusses the role of national identity in the context of the UK's decision to leave the EU and the tension between the objective of 'Ever Closer Union' and the desire to retain national soveriegnty in indivi

Nations and Nationalisms: Theories, Practices and Methods International Postgraduate Conference, 10-11 September 2018, Loughborough University

The Loughborough University Nationalism Network (LUNN), in collaboration with the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN), are organising an international conference dedicated to postgraduate students (Master and PhD) interested in theories, practices and methods of nations and nation

CfP: The (im)possibility of liberal nationalism in the age of Trump and the Catalan conundrum – Moving beyond the binaries of Nationalism Studies

CfP for the workshop 'The (im)possibility of liberal nationalism in the age of Trump and the Catalan conundrum – Moving beyond the binaries of Nationalism Studies', 24-26 May 2018

University of Edinburgh

CfP deadline: 15 March 2018

Convenors: James Kennedy (University of Edinburgh) and Maarten Van Ginderachter (Antwerp University)