H-Nationalism is an academic network managed by an international crew of volunteer editors. We publish content and facilitate moderated discussion using The Commons, a digital platform developed by our non-profit parent organization, H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online. This page acknowledges the superb work that our volunteers do on the behalf of the field of nationalism studies. Our staff consists of regular Contributors, Network Editors, Review Editors, and our Advisory Board. Scholars of any rank who are interested in contributing to H-Nationalism are invited to view our Join our Crew page.
Our Network Editors manage our main page on a daily basis and help produce academic content. Justin Collier runs our Weekend Reading series with amazing support from Kit Man and Nicholas Silvere. Justin helped build our page on digital projects and scholarship. Marharyta Fabrykant offers regular updates on new publications in nationalism studies and has long provided advice about our group’s development. Emmanuel Dalle Mulle of the Graduate Institute, Geneva, co-produced our coverage of the 2014 Scottish Indy Ref, has assembled our series on Secessionism and Separatism Monthly, and contributes to our Weekend Reading series. Nisrine Rahal has recently started developing our Twitter profile. We also have to thank our regular contributor, Steve Marti, for producing a superb series of monthly updates on the Commemoration of WWI.
Several scholars contribute their hard work and expertise to run our Reviews program. In addition to contributing to our Weekend Reading series, Cristian Cercel covers reviews of nationalism and ethnicity in Central and Eastern Europe. Krisztina Lajosi-Moore is building our reviews program on cultural nationalism in Europe. Sarah Mak offers her expertise on nationalism, identity, and international relations. Jatinder Mann will be expanding our coverage of nationalism and multiculturalism in the 20th century.
We are grateful for the several scholars on our Advisory Board who help guide the development of our network. Don Doyle of the University of South Carolina launched H-Nationalism in 2006. William Kissane of the London School of Economics has developed a series of detailed, in-person interviews with nationalism scholars. Joep Leerssen of the University of Amsterdam, coordinates our collaboration with the Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalism. Jill Vickers, emeritus of Carleton University, offer us her expertise on nationalism and gender studies, as well as several other topics. David Prior of the University of New Mexico manages H-Nationalism.
We also need to thank several alumni for their earlier contributions. For serving as List/Network Editors, we thank Nassef Manabilang Adiong, Ian Binnington, Jennifer Cheng, Eric Rose, and Eric Zuelow. For helping to run our reviews program, we thank Ari Ariel, Eric Limbach, and Paul Quigley. For serving on our Advisory Board at our launch, we thank Susan Mary-Grant, Marco Pamplona, and Natividad Gutiérrez Chong. We also have to thank the several scholars who have reviewed books, contributed blog posts, and participated in discussions on our main page. Thanks!