Minorities in Contemporary and Historical Perspectives Monthly Series

On this page you can find links to all the posts of our Minorities in Contemporary and Historical Perspectives series, organised in collaboration with the Myth of Homogeneity Research Project at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

Here, you will find the list of all posts in the series:

1. Laura Robson, Some Thoughts on the Origins of the Post-WWI Minorities Regime, 20.11.2019

2. Joel Veldkamp, The Nationalists’ Dilemma: Minorities, Revolt and Violence in French-Occupied Syria, 20.12.2019

3. Yoav Peled, The Jewish Minority in Inter-War Poland, 20.01.2020

4. John Kulczycki, The Pursuit of Polish Homogeneity following World War II, 20.02.2020

5. Ferran Requejo, Secession in Liberal Democracies: the Catalan case20.03.2020

6. R. Chris Davis, The “Majority Question” in Interwar Romania: Making Majorities from Minorities in a Heterogeneous State, 22.04.2020

7. Brian Girvin, The Nature of the Minority Question in Northern Ireland: 100 Years of Ethnic Conflict, 22.05.2020

8. Michael Keating, Scotland as a Permanent Minority, 24.09.2020

9. Judith Sijstermans, The Populism and Sub-State Nationalism Nexus in Flanders, 28.10.2020

10. Patrick Utz, South Tyrol: Minority Identities Beyond Linguistic Divisions, 30.11.2020

11. Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, Daniel Cetrà, Minorities in Contemporary and Historical Perspective: 1919-2020 and Beyond, 23.12.2020