CHAIR

Anastasia Llewellyn

(U of Ottawa, Canada)

anastasia.llewellyn@uottawa.ca

 

PAPERS

Qingming Huang

(U of Florida, US)

galiqm@ufl.edu

North Korea and South Korea:

Monopolizing Nationalism in a Divided Peninsula

 

Eun A Jo

(Cornell U, US)

Ej253@cornell.edu

Pasts that Bind: Memory, Institutions, and the Domestic Politics

of South Korean-Japanese Reconciliation

 

Maria Jose Hierro 

(Yale U, USA)

mariajose.hierro@yale.edu

Old Issues and the Shaping of National Identities in Greece, Portugal and Spain

*co-authored with Jorge M. Fernandes (U of Lisbon, Portugal),

José Pedro Monteiro (U of Coimbra, Portugal),

and Ioannis N. Grigoriadis (Bilkent U, Turkey)

 

Georgios Kritikos 

(Harokopio U, Greece)

kritigeo@hotmail.com

Uses and Abuses of Ancient Greece Before and During

the Second World War (1936-1941)

DISCUSSANT

Zeynep Bulutgil

(UCL, UK)

z.bulutgil@ucl.ac.uk

PANEL N3
Collective Memory, Founding Myths, 
and Nationalism 

Wednesday May 4, 2.00-3.30 PM ET 

Nationalism studies