Weekend Reading 3/31/2023

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H-Nationalism’s Weekend Reading series highlights recent and thought-provoking reviews, blog posts, brief articles, and op-eds.  We do not endorse the views expressed by the authors referenced here and encourage critical reading. Have something to say about something you read?  You can use the reply feature to offer reflections and criticisms, as long as these do not pertain to the personal integrity or motivations of the authors of the referenced items. All comments are subject to pre-publication review, inline with H-Net policies. Feel free to contact Justin Collier (collierjustin@gmail.com) and our main editorial email account (editorial-nationalism@mail.h-net.org) with any questions or suggestions.


Dear All,


The New Yorker (paysite) published an opinion piece examining how some Christian nationalists have little interest in religion and an aversion to American culture as it currently exists. PRRI has an article on how women are espousing Christian nationalist views just like their male counterparts.  The Heritage Foundation has a commentary piece discussing how to define nationalism. Brookings has an article about how white nationalism concerns voters of color. 

Observer Research Foundation has a piece on how small states wield nationalism to navigate great-power competition.

LSE has a blog post discussing the similarities between Scottish and Basque nationalism.

The Economist has a piece looking at how Chinese nationalists are annoyed about colonial-era place names. In Fortune, a commentary article argues that since Chinese techno-nationalism is on the rise, the world needs a peaceful NATO for science and technology.

Atlantic Council published a blog post covering how a new Russian Empire includes Ukraine and Belarus.




Justin Collier