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As we move ever closer to the end of another semester and indeed another year, we are launching our last 'Question of the Month' of 2019. Many thanks to all of you who have contributed over the last 6 months, and we look forward to hearing more from you as we continue to tackle the big questions in nationalism studies throughout 2020. To round out the 2019 edition, we're asking:
In the academic literature on nationalism, what place have the Americas occupied? How has the question of nationalism in the Americas been dealt with at a scholarly level?
As always we look forward to hearing your insights on this question.
Best wishes, happy holidays and happy new year,
Editor, H-Nationalism's Question of the Month