Majority Nationalism as a Focus for Research
Thank you for these excellent posts! Dr. Maxwell's has offered his thoughts on this question, and you can find his post
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This post focuses on two important emerging research trends in the study of nations and nationalism: 1) examinations of how the nation composes itself writ small; and 2) explorations of issues of nationalism and national identity in comics, namely comic strips and comic books/graphic novels.
Dear Daniele and Cristian, thanks very much! These are all wonderfully useful information. I've been planning to write an article about the discrimination against Roma communities in Europe during the pandemic, focusing on the rhetoric and representation in the various countries, also taking in account the posts and responses on digital media. It would be useful to have co-authors for such a large-scale project. So if anybody is interested in this or would like to work together, please get in touch with me at email@example.com.
H-Nationalism is proud to publish here the seventh post of its “Minorities in Contemporary and Historical Perspectives” series, which looks at majority-minority relations from a multi-disciplinary and diachronic angle. Today’s contribution, by Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow), takes a look at a hundred years of majority-minority relations in Northern Ireland.
In relationship do Daniele's comment, I found this blog post by Andreea Cârstocea from the European Centre for Minority Issues in Flensburg, on the scapegoating of the Roma minority in Romania of particular relevance: https://www.ecmi.de/infochannel/detail/ecmi-minorities-blog-pandemics-of...