Session I

THURSDAY (May 2): 9:40 - 11:40 AM
ROOM

CHAIR

Lena Surzhko-Harned

(Penn State U, US)

lms557@psu.edu

PAPERS

Jeffrey Kopstein

(U of California, Irvine, US)

kopstein@uci.edu

Michael Bernhard

(U of Florida, US)

bernhard@ufl.edu

The Long Term Implications of Leninist Nationality Policy

on Postcommunist Development

Gordana Uzelac

(London Metropolitan U, UK)

g.uzelac@londonmet.ac.uk

Rhetoric of Economic Nationalism

Klára Plecitá

(Institute of Sociology, Czech Republic)

klara.plecita@soc.cas.cz

The Importance of Christianity and Customs/Traditions

for the National Identity of European Countries

Marat Akopian

(Shepherd U, US)

makopian@shepherd.edu

When Ideas and Ideals Exclude:

Reexamining Development of the French Nation and Citizenship

Dalibor Mišina

(Lakehead U, Canada)

dmisina@lakeheadu.ca

Looking Back, and Thinking Ahead:

Towards a New Understanding of (the “New”) Nationalism

DISCUSSANT

Perry Carter

(Princeton U, US)

pjcarter@princeton.edu

 

Nationalism, Identity and Belonging

Thursday May 2, 9:40 - 11:40 AM 

Nationalism studies

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