Nations and Nationalism

(The TQCC of Nations and Nationalism is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Populism and nationalism in a comparative perspective: a scholarly exchange71
Language identity, linguistic diversity and political cleavages: evidence from Ukraine68
From ethnic outbidding to ethnic conflict: the institutional bases for Sri Lanka's separatist war138
From nation to population: the racialisation of ‘Métis’ in the Canadian census35
Dominant ethnicity: from minority to majority31
What is new and what is nationalist about Europe's new nationalism? Explaining the rise of the far right in Europe31
From audio tapes to video blogs: the delocalisation of authority in Islam27
Ballots and barricades enhanced: far‐right ‘movement parties’ and movement‐electoral interactions25
The global and regional constitution of nations: the view from East Asia24
Between a principled and a consequentialist logic: theory and practice of secession in Catalonia and Scotland24
Explaining accommodation and resistance to demands for independence referendums in the UK and Spain22
From national inclusion to economic exclusion: ethnic Hungarian labour migration to Hungary20
Moralism in theories of secession: a realist perspective17
Demography, diversity and nativism in contemporary Africa: evidence from Uganda17
From Islamism to nationalism in Aceh, Indonesia17
Crafting identities in a multinational context: evidence from Catalonia15
Partition, consociation, border-crossing: some lessons from the national conflict in Ireland/Northern Ireland14
From the particularistic to the universalistic: national narratives in Israel’s mainstream press, 1967–9712
The status of religion in emergent political regimes: lessons from Turkey and Israel12
Welshness in ‘British Wales’: negotiating national identity at the margins12
Methodological nationalism and the politics of history‐writing: how imaginary scholarship perpetuates the nation11
From revolutionary heroism to cultural heritage: museums, memory and representation in Laos11
Ethno‐traditional nationalism and the challenge of immigration11
From ethnic group toward the modern nation: the Czech case10
‘Participatory consociationalism? No, but South Tyrol's Autonomy Convention is evidence that power‐sharing can transform conflicts’10
Reading politics through emotions: ontological ressentiment as the emotional basis of current politics in Turkey9
The ideological work of the daily visual representations of nations9
The two solitudes of Canadian nativism: Explaining the absence of a competitive anti‐immigration party in Canada9
Ethnic nationalism versus religious loyalty: The case of Kurds in Iran9
Nationalist cosmopolitanism: the psychology of cosmopolitanism, national identity, and going to war for the country9
The secessionist spectre: the influence of authoritarianism, nativism and populism on support for Quebec independence9
Two temperatures for one thermostat: The evolution of policy attitudes and support for independence in Catalonia (1991–2018)8
British and Irish Conflict Regulation from Sunningdale to Belfast. Part II: Playing for a draw 1985-19998
Untangling liberal democracy from territoriality: from ethnic/civic to ethnic/territorial nationalism8
The nation against the State: The Irish question and Britain‐based anarchists in the Age of Empire8
Class, Status and Party in the Analysis of Nationalism: Lessons from Max Weber8
Conceptions of national identity, turnout and party preference: Evidence from Germany8
Religiosity or racism? The bases of opposition to religious accommodation in Quebec8
Stateless nation within a nationless state: The political past, present, and future of Hongkongers, 1949–20198
Theorising Ethnicity and Ethnic Communalisations at the Margins: From Quebec to the World System7
To be a Bosniak or to be a citizen? Bosnia and Herzegovina's 2013 census as an election7
From adversaries to allies: ethnic gerrymandering and ethnic party behaviour in local elections in Macedonia7
New light; friendly soil: affective–discursive dimensions of Anzac Day commemorations in Aotearoa New Zealand7
Pangs of nascent nationalism from the nationless state? Euro coins and undocumented migrants in Malta since 20047
Reconstructing the history of nationalist cognition and everyday nationhood from personal accounts7
What kind of nationalism sets the radical right and its electorate apart from the rest? Pride in the nation's history as part of nationalist nostalgia7
‘Forgotten Europeans’: transnational minority activism in the age of European integration7
From Yugoslavism to Serbism: The Serb National Idea 1986-19967
Why ethnic parties? A new theory of ethnic minority political strategy in Europe7
British and Irish Conflict Regulation from Sunningdale to Belfast Part I: Tracing the Status of Contesting Sovereigns, 1968-19746
Investigating everyday acts of contributing as ‘admission tickets’ to belong to the nation in Norway6
Nation‐building policies in the Balkans: an Ottoman or a manufactured legacy?6
Peace formation from below: The “ mirëdita, dobar dan! ” festival as an alternative to everyday nationalism5
Simultaneous identities: ethnicity and nationalism in mother tongue education in Nepal*5
A Roma Nation? Constructing Romani identity in the context of extreme displacement5
Secular Façade, Neoliberal Islamisation: Textbook Nationalism from Mubarak to Sisi5
Conflicting nationalist traditions and immigration: the Basque case from 1950 to 19805
Postcolonial nationalism and neo‐Pentecostalism: A case from Papua New Guinea5
‘Immanent Nation: The Rohingya quest for international recognition'5
Contesting the nation: negotiating national narratives and the Jewish settlements5
From believers to compatriots: the case of Vojvodovo, a ‘Czech’ village in Bulgaria15
‘Democracy’ in Northern Ireland: experiments in self–rule from the Protestant Ascendancy to the Good Friday Agreement5
The cognitive structuring of national identity: individual differences in identifying as American5
The Thai Lao – Thailand's largest unrecognized transboundary national ethnicity5
The descent of nations: social evolutionary theory, modernism and ethno‐symbolism5
Nationalists rejecting statehood: Three case studies from Wales, Catalonia, and Slovakia5