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Nationalism and Religion: Collective Identity and Choice: David Martin

The 19th Annual Ernest Gellner Memorial Lecture Nationalism and Religion: Collective Identity and Choice This lecture covers the revolutions following 1989, the Evangelical reolution in the Global South, and the revolution in the Arab World. David Martin is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics Watch the full lecture here (length: 59 […]

Language, Religion and the Politics of Difference

Professor Rogers Brubaker (UCLA) giving the 2012 Ernest Gellner Memorial Lecture on “Language, Religion and the Politics of Difference”. Watch the full lecture here (length: 48 minutes).

The Geography of American Nationalism

Professor Miguel Centeno and Maria Abascal (Princeton) presenting on “the Geography of American Nationalism” at the 2012 Association for the Stude of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) Conference on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Boundaries. The full lecture can be watched here (length 36 minutes).

Responses to Discrimination: Michèle Lamont

Professor Michèle Lamont (Harvard) presenting on “Responses to Discrimination and the transformation of group boundaries in Brazil, Israel, and the United States” at the 2012 ASEN Conference on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Boundaries. Watch the full lecture here (length: 37 minutes).

Diagnosing Diasporas: A Comprehensive Effort to Understand Variations in Mobilization and Extremism

A lecture on diaspora mobilization, and why some diasporas mobilize and some not. Prof. Dr. Stephen Saideman (website: http://stevesaideman.com/ – Twitter: https://twitter.com/smsaideman) Prof. Dr. Stephen Saideman holds the Paterson Chair in International Affairs at Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. In addition to his books, The Ties That Divide: Ethnic Politics, Foreign Policy and International Conflict […]

Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Recognition in Europe (Lecture)

‘And People’s Concerns Were Genuine: Why Didn’t We Listen More?’: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Recognition in Europe Professor Umut Özkırımlı, Professor in Contemporary Turkey Studies at the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University. The aim of this paper is to draw attention to the dangerous nature of the current debates on immigration and multiculturalism in […]

The 21st Century as Age of the Nation-State (lecture)

A lecture by Aviel Roshwald (Professor of History in Georgetown University) and Eric Kaufmann (Professor of Politics in Birkbeck University of London) about the State and the Nation in the 21st century . The lecture can be found here.