Nations and Nationalism

Papers
(The median citation count of Nations and Nationalism is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
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COVID‐19, nationalism, and the politics of crisis: A scholarly exchange97
Digital nationalism: Understanding the role of digital media in the rise of ‘new’ nationalism54
Far right: The significance of an umbrella concept53
Nationalism and populism on the left: The case of Podemos33
Nationalism in the 21st century: Neo‐tribal or plural?24
Pandemics and citizen perceptions about their country: Did COVID‐19 increase national pride in South Korea?20
Imperial nationalism as the driver behind Russia's invasion of Ukraine18
National identity and populism: The relationship between conceptions of nationhood and populist attitudes15
The return of economic nationalism to East Central Europe: Right‐wing intellectual milieus and anti‐liberal resentment14
Exchange on the quantitative measurement of ethnic and national identity*13
Nationalism in the neoliberal order: Old wine in new bottles?12
Identifying varieties of nationalism: A critique of a purely inductive approach12
What it means to be a “true American”: Ethnonationalism and voting in the 2016 U.S. presidential election12
Nationalism and environmentalism: The case of Vauban11
Conceptions of national identity, turnout and party preference: Evidence from Germany11
Existential nationalism: Russia's war against Ukraine11
What is anarchist internationalism?10
How can we model ethnic democracy? An application to contemporary India10
Multiculturalism and nationalism: Models of belonging to diverse political community10
Local conditions and the demand for independence: A dataset of secessionist grievances9
Diaspora formation and mobilisation: The emerging Hong Kong diaspora in the anti‐extradition bill movement9
‘Americanism not globalism will be our credo!’: An analysis of the economic nationalism(s) of Trump's administration and an agenda for further research9
Why nationalism? Because nothing else works9
The nation of the people: An analysis of Podemos and Five Star Movement's discourse on the nation9
Nationalism and immigration control9
Emergent nationalism in China's sociotechnical networks: How technological affordance and complexity amplify digital nationalism8
Unsettled autonomy: Ethnicity, tribes and subnational politics in Mizoram, North‐east India*8
Does the Alt‐Right still matter? An examination of Alt‐Right influence between 2016 and 20188
The Ernest Gellner Nationalism Lecture: Nationalism and the crises of global modernity8
Artificial intelligence and the future of nationalism8
Christian nationalism, perceived anti‐Christian discrimination, and prioritising “religious freedom” in the 2020 presidential election8
Linguistic justice for immigrants8
European Ukrainians and their fight against Russian invasion7
Boundaries of the nation(s) in a multinational state: Comparing Quebecers and other Canadians' perspectives on national identity7
Understanding Hong Kong nationalism: A topic network approach7
The politics of state celebrations in Belarus7
Postcolonial nationalism and neo‐Pentecostalism: A case from Papua New Guinea7
Ukraine at war: Baseline identity and social construction7
Good Minzu and bad Muslims: Islamophobia in China's state media7
Mapping culture with latent class analysis: A response to Eger and Hjerm6
The end of the dialectical symbiosis of national and tribal identities in Syria6
Linguistic rights and duties of immigrants and national identity in Catalonia: Between accommodation and transformation6
Not just civic or ethnic, but mostly cultural: Conceptions of national identity and opinions about immigration in Quebec6
What is Syrian nationalism? Primordialism and romanticism in official Baath discourse6
Is there an ethnicity bias in Catalan secessionism? Discourses and political actions6
Muslim immigrants' sense of identity and belonging in the Western world: A comprehensive review5
Transformed by contested digital spaces? Social media and Ukrainian diasporic ‘selves’ in the wake of the conflict with Russia5
Performing a culture, staging the revolution: Choral singing and traditional music as nation‐building tropes in post‐colonial Mozambique5
Nationalism and the lost homeland: The case of Greece5
Greens and the nation: Is small beautiful?5
N&N themed section: Reflections on nationalism and the Russian invasion of Ukraine: Introduction5
The evolution of the civic–ethnic distinction as a partial success story: Lessons for the nationalism–patriotism distinction5
Platform nations5
Disillusioned defenders? The integration challenges of American Jewish return migrants in the Israel Defense Forces5
Introduction: Linguistic justice, migration and the nation‐state5
Do online newspapers promote or undermine nation‐building in divided societies? Evidence from Africa5
Introduction: Transformation of nationalism and diaspora in the digital age5
Self‐determination and a shattered star: Statehood and national identity in the Somali Horn of Africa4
Meaning of a textbook: Religious education, National Islam, and the politics of reform in the United Arab Emirates4
Cross‐ethnic appeals in plural democracies4
The British ‘Battle of the Name’4
Nationalism, populism or peopleism? Clarifying the distinction through a two‐dimensional lens4
Distinguishing solidarity from identity in studies of nationhood: An alternative to the civic–ethnic dichotomy?4
Ethnic return migration, exclusion and the role of ethnic options: ‘Soviet Greek’ migrants in their ethnic homeland and the Pontic identity4
Transformations in contemporary Quebec nationalism, 1960–2020: A shift in the sources of collective animosities4
The ambiguities of self‐determination: IGAD and the secession of South Sudan4
Immigration, language and disadvantage4
Accidental nation‐building in Africa4
Putin, national self‐determination and political independence in the twenty‐first century4
National identity and democracy: Effects of non‐voluntarism on formal democracy4
Celebrating nationhood: Negotiating nationhood and history in Finland's centenary celebrations4
The route to your roots: New ethnic symbols in the age of the genome4
A nationalist party with non‐nationalistic voters? Discussing the limits of nationalism in party categorisation4
From Suriyya al‐Asad to Souriatna: Civic nationalism in the Syrian revolutionary press4
Collective identities amid war and displacement: Syrians and Syrian refugees re‐imagine their country4
Nationalism and self‐determination in contemporary Ethiopia4
Ethnonationalism and White immigration attitudes4
Citizenship, language tests, and political participation4
No place for ‘Kashmiri’ in Kashmiri nationalism*4
What drives support for separatism? Exposure to conflict and relative ethnic size in Biafra, Nigeria3
Is speaking one's own language(s) a right?3
Challenging the German Empire: Strategic nationalism in Alsace‐Lorraine in the First World War3
Introduction. Anarchism and the national question—historical, theoretical and contemporary perspectives3
Relational linguistic continuity3
Waved and unwaved flags: Nation and sexuality in a social media debate in Cyprus3
Personality and national identity: How the Big Five relate to civic and ethnic conceptions of nationhood3
Embodying Britishness: National identity in the United Kingdom3
Linguistic justice and the challenge of immigration3
The priest and the state: Clerical fascism in Slovakia and theory3
Fear of the Russian bear? Negotiating Finnish national identity online3
The Left(s) and Nationalism(s) in contemporary Western Europe3
Federalization in the slipstream: How the German‐speaking Community of Belgium became one of the smallest federal entities in the world3
National indeterminacies at the periphery of the Habsburg Monarchy: Nationalisms versus multi‐ethnic identities in Fiume/Rijeka and Trieste, 1848–18673
Textualising the ethno‐religious sovereign, history, ethnicity and nationalism in the Perso‐Islamic textbooks3
Ethiopia's civil wars: Postcolonial modernity and the violence of contested national belonging3
And if they don't dance, they are no friends of mine: Exploring boundaries of national identity3
“We're socialists not nationalists”: British labour and the national question(s)3
Spanish Constitutionalism in Catalonia: An anthropology of civic nationalism3
The making of sects: Boundary making and the sectarianisation of the Syrian uprising, 2011–20133
Rescuing national unity with imagination: The case of Tabarnia3
Nationalisation, banal nationalism and everyday nationhood in a dictatorship: The Franco regime in Spain3
Anthems in the Arab world: A hybrid national symbol3
Discursive trajectories in the making of Amhara identity in Ethiopia3
Introduction: The transnational circulation of digital nationalism3
Standing for Europe: Citizens' perceptions of European symbols as evidence of a “banal Europeanism”?3
Is ‘white nationalism’, nationalism?2
Ruptured imaginings amid emerging nationhood: The unsettled narrative of “unity in resistance” in South Sudanese history textbooks2
A transnational millet in the Jewish state: A Judeo‐Spanish diaspora between Israel and Turkey, 1948–19582
The nation on and beyond the screen: A history of film and nation‐building in Flanders2
Celebrating ‘The Week of Domestic Goods’: Children and the campaign for economic nationalism in interwar Turkey2
Beyond belief: How religion fosters self‐determination2
Scotland, Atlantic slavery and the Scottish National Party: From colonised to coloniser in the political imagination2
Mediation, identity construction and legitimacy: Reimagining the Syrian nation through third‐party peacemaking2
History perceptions and national identity among Latvian youth: Entrapped between narratives of Latvia and Russia?2
Nationalism and the energy transition: The case of the SNP2
More than a sovereign symbol? The public reception of the early monumental statues of Atatürk in Turkey2
Populism and nationalism revisited: A comparative study of the Spanish and Portuguese New Left2
Retraction: Zhao, Xiaoyu (2022). “Chinese nationalism during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Conciliatory and confrontational discourses”. Nations and Nationalism. https://doi.org/10.1111/nana.128132
The ‘Nation‐State Law’ and non‐Jews belonging in Israel: Druze loyalty, citizenship and positionality in the Jewish state2
Can nationalism save democracy?2
The internationalism of stateless nations: The case of Hong Kong2
Articulating Persian identities between Iran and Israel: On nationality, diasporas, and lived ethnicities in online media2
The consequences of nationalism: A scholarly exchange2
Are secessionists making the right arguments for independence?2
Seeing China differently: National contestation in Taiwan's LGBTQ (tongzhi) movement2
The necessary indeterminacy of self‐determination: Politics, law and conflict in the Horn of Africa2
Charisma and communities of feeling2
A tale of two empires: Models of political community in British and French colonies2
‘That still goes on, doesn't it, in their religion?’ British values, Islam and vernacular discourse2
National identity in historical video games: An analysis of how Civilization V represents the past2
Universalism within: The tension between universalism and community in progressive ideology2
Multiculturalism: A tradition of political thought that liberal nationalists can use2
The state, identity politics and ethnic boundaries in Afghanistan: The case of Sunni Hazaras2
The division of Ireland and its foes: The centenary of resistance to partition2
Minorities as citizens: The legal advocacy of language rights by the Hungarian minority in Romania2
Dimensions of social trust and national identity: Addressing a multifaceted relationship2
‘9th May 2017 is OUR DAY’: The Homeland Study Group Foundation and contested national imaginaries in postindependence Ghana2
How should we analyse the patriotism of the populist Left: A response to Josep Lobera and Juan Roch2
Imperfect measures of dynamic identities: The changing impact of ethnolinguistic characteristics on political attitudes in Ukraine2
Connections between populism and nationalism: Evidence from Jair Bolsonaro's speeches2
Do we have something in common? Understanding national identities through a metanarrative analysis2
Socialising Chinese nationalism: Education and media2
Worlds without nation‐states: Five scenarios for the very long term2
Argumentum ad populum: A reply to Bonikowski and DiMaggio2
The strategies of counter‐secession: How states prevent independence2
A post‐imperial, pluralist nationalism? From the Five Nation Republic of China to multicultural Taiwan1
Nationalising foreigners: The making of American national identity1
boere into Boere (farmers into Boers): The so‐called great trek and the rise of Boer nationalism1
Killing the dead: The logic of cemetery destruction during genocidal campaigns1
Ethnic representational priorities and political engagement in deeply divided societies1
The role of social media in facilitating minority mobilisation: The Russian‐language pro‐war movement in Germany amid the invasion of Ukraine1
YifatGutmanMemory activism: Reimagining the past for the future in Israel‐Palestine. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2017, 200 pp., $99.95 (pbk). Review by Alon Helled [[email protected]]1
Rule of the unwise: Emotions and rationality in ethnonationalism1
State making or state breaking?’ Crisis, COVID‐19 and the constitution in Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom1
In favour of a Basque state. A paradigm shift?1
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Introduction: Symposium on Tom Nairn1
From cyberfascism to terrorism: On 4chan/pol/ culture and the transnational production of memetic violence1
Varieties of nationalism in the political discourses of Habsburg Austria1
Branding the nation in the era of climate crisis: Eco‐nationalism and the promotion of green national sovereignty1
Nation as conceptualised in Islamic Republic of Afghanistan1
Reaching out beyond the national border? How far‐right actors in Germany and Norway evaluate transnationalism1
AlexanderBukhThese Islands Are Ours: The Social Construction of Territorial Disputes in Northeast Asia. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2020. 232 pp. $70.00 (hbk), $66.50 (ebk)1
Nationalism and European disintegration1
October 2017 in Catalonia: The anarchists and the procés1
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Labour market institutions and immigration policy attitudes: The moderated impact of economic vulnerability1
Majority nation‐building through language requirements: Minority perspectives from EU271
Introduction to themed section on ‘Belonging to Syria. National identifications before and after 2011’1
A draw for Flemish nationalism: Institutional change and stability in the Belgian sport system1
“Don't cry, it doesn't belong to us”; critical thoughts on commemoration as a means of inclusion: Mizrahi Jews and Holocaust memory in Israel1
Reclaiming A. D. Gordon's deep eco‐nationalism1
Through the 21st century looking glass: Liberalism, democracy, and populism in a pre‐Yugoslav Serbia1
National subjects and subversive subjectivity: Deportation and the paradox of the anarchist citizen in the era of theFirst Red Scare1
The sources of national pride: Evidence from China and the United States1
Persian orientalism: Raciolinguistic ideologies and the construction of ‘Iranianness’1
Objectivising national identity: The introduction of national registers in the late Habsburg Empire1
“A Fatherland worth living in”: Anarchism, citizenship and nation in Bolivia, 1900–19411
Charisma, populism, and the formation of national identity: Sheikh Mujib and Bengali nationalism1
The Yugoslav War that was not theirs: The case of national minority millennials1
Declarations of Independence after the Cold War: Abandoning grievance and avoiding rupture1
Governing complex linguistic diversity in Barcelona, Luxembourg and Riga1
Negotiating national identity in postcolonial Zimbabwe through a national dress1
Careless whisper: Political elite discourses activate national identities for far‐right voting preferences1
Pan‐Islamic ideals and national loyalties: Competing attachments amongst early Muslim activists in France1
ThitiwutBoonyawongwiwatThe ethno‐narcotic politics of the Shan people: Fighting with drugs, fighting for the nation on the Thai–Burmese border,Lexington Books2017, 186 pp., £60 (HBK), £60 (eboo1
Theorising the anti‐nation: George Woodcock, anarchism, and Canadian nationalism1
The making of citizenship via tea production: State‐sponsored economic growth, nationalism and state in Turkey1
Social alienation and cultural distance in the context of secession in the South Caucasus1
National indifferences during everyday nationalism: Experiencing the nation in Finland in the aftermath of the Second World War1
Zionism and Québécois nationalism: An initial comparative analysis1
Para‐nationalism: Sovereignty and authenticity in the Wa State of Myanmar1
Reframing Turkey, Istanbul and national identity: Ottoman history, ‘chosen people’ and the opening of shrines in 19501
Banal and everyday (inter)nationalism: French and Italian anarchist exiles in London, 1870s–19141
From ‘motherland’ to ‘daddy state’: A genealogical analysis of the gender undertone in China's nationalist discourses1
Researching the Medieval Past between Catalonia and Romania. Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Nicolae Iorga, and the Transnational Writing of National History (1921‐1935)1
Natural allies? Varieties of attitudes towards the United States and Russia within the French and German radical right1
Ethnic and Islamist populism in Turkey and its impact on Kurdish nationalism1
National identity deconstruction: Revisiting the debate on Chinese nationalism via Hong Kong nationalism1
Community‐based legislative representation and postcolonial ethnic civil warfare in former British and French colonies1
New forms of cultural nationalism? American and British Indians in the Trump and Brexit Twittersphere1
Ethnic empowering policies and postcolonial political exclusion in the British empire: An analysis of ethnic police recruitment and communal legislative representation1
Liberalism, nationalism and religion: Multidimensional autonomy, trade‐offs and analogies1
(Re)imagining the idea of India: Contestations about Hindutva among the Indian American diaspora1
Ignoring nationalism? Religious, corporate, material, regional and dynastic options on Mt Athos, 1839–19120
Editorial for issue 29.10
Tom Nairn: A student perspective0
HannahGrayson, NickiHitchcoff, LauraBlackie and StephenJoseph (eds.) After the genocide in Rwanda: Testimonies of violence, change and reconciliation. London: I. B. Tauris, Bloomsbury Publishing, 20190
SergejFlereRudiKlanjšekThe rise and fall of socialist Yugoslavia. Elite nationalism and the collapse of a federation. Lanham, London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. 334 pp. £88.00 (hbk).0
GiorgioShani and TakashiKibe (eds.) Religion and Nationalism in Asia. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. xi + 202 pp. £120 Hardback.0
Martin T.Fromm, Borderland Memories: Searching for Historical Identity in Post‐Mao China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 304 pp. £75 (hbk)0
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How hybrid? Interethnic relationships within the self of Jewish Liberals in Tsarist Russia0
The new Spanish far‐right movement: Crisis, national priority and ultranationalist charity0
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JamesDohertyIrish liberty, British democracy: The third Irish Home Rule crisis, 1909–1914. Cork: Cork University Press, 2019. 320 pp. €39.00 (hbk).0
Post‐national brand utopias: Islamic State and the Good Country as challengers to the nation‐state0
Biafran postage stamps (1967–1970) and the rhetoric of sovereign promise0
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India and its nationhood: Grassroots nationhood as conceptual frames0
Propagating Afrikaner nationalism: The Voortrekker stamps as icons of an ideology, c.1933–19490
By KarloBasta, The Symbolic State: Minority recognition, majority backlash, and secession in multinational countries. McGill‐Queen's University Press, (2021), 272 pp, Can$37.95 (pbk), Can$130 (hbk)0
DuncanBell. Dreamworlds of race: Empire and the utopian destiny of Anglo‐America. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020. 488 pp. £34 (hbk).0
Beatrice G.HeuserAthena S.LeoussiFamous battles and how they shaped the modern world. Vol. 1: c.1200 BCE ‐ 1302 CE. From Troy to Courtrai. Yorkshire‐Philadelphia: Pen and Sword Books, 2018. 197 pp. £20
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ChristianKarner, Nationalism Revisited: Austrian Social Closure from Romanticism to the Digital Age. Berghahn2019. 308 pp. £99.00 (hbk), DOI: https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv1dwq1t60
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Threats, truths and strategies: The overlooked relationship between protests, nation branding and public diplomacy0
StevenGrosbyHebraism in Religion, History and Politics: The Third Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. 208 pp. £65 (Hbk)0
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VassilisPetsinis, National Identity in Serbia: The Vojvodina and a multi‐ethnic Community in the Balkans. I.B.Tauris, 2019. 280 pp, £28.99 (ppb)0
NicoCarpentier, Iconoclastic Controversies: A photographic inquiry into antagonistic nationalism. Bristol: Intellect, 2021, 166 pp, £ 30 (PBK)0
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Forming an anti‐imperialist national identity in Republican China: The Finnish interpretation0
FlorianBieber. Debating nationalism: The global spread of nations. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. 246 pp. £17.99 (pbk), £49.50 (hbk).0
Secular nationalist revolution and the construction of the Azerbaijani identity, nation and state0
Karin AlejandraRosemblattThe science and politics of race in Mexico and the United States, 1910–1950. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2018. 272 pp. $29.95 (pbk), $90.00 (hbk).0
Remembering Michael Banton0
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In defence of the nation: Why do churches receive public trust as high as their secular counterparts?0
‘The non‐dormant beast’: Antisemitism in communities of Russian nationalists on Vkontakte0
Richard Lachmann: Sociologist of elites, empires and nation‐states0
List of reviewers0
David Martin symposium: Introduction0
Krista A.Goff, Nested nationalism: Making and unmaking nations in the Soviet Caucasus. Cornell University Press, 2020, 336 pp. USD 49.95 (hbk).0
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