Question of the Month - September

Simon Purdue's picture

Dear all,

As many of you will be aware our previous question of the month offered a fascinating conversation on the relationship between climate change and nationalism, and as a result of the ongoing discussion and some minor technical difficulties, we extended the deadline by a week. Many thanks to all who contributed and apologies to those who experienced issues with the server.

Now, however, we must belatedly launch our September question! Over the next three weeks we will be asking: 

 

What are some of the most compelling memoirs or personal accounts, from any place on the globe and any time period, that speak to the themes of national identity, exclusion, and/or belonging? Do you use these works in your classes or research? If so, how?

As always we look forward to hearing your insights!

Best,

Simon Purdue

Editor, H-Nationalism’s Question of the Month

Dear All, 

We had a server hiccup earlier in the month, so I wanted to send a quick note reminding everyone of our current question of the month, which we'd love to hear your thoughts on! 

What are some of the most compelling memoirs or personal accounts, from any place on the globe and any time period, that speak to the themes of national identity, exclusion, and/or belonging? Do you use these works in your classes or research? If so, how?

Best wishes, 

Dave Prior