National Identities 24 (2022), 5

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National Identities 24 (2022), 5
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Binaries of Nationalism

Abingdon 2022: Taylor & Francis
Institutional: US$ 372.00 / £ 225.00; Individual: US$ 127.00 / £ 73.00



National Identities
United Kingdom
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin



The use of binaries in nationalism studies
James Kennedy & Maarten van Ginderachter
Pages: 453–460

The persistence of the civic–ethnic binary: competing visions of the nation and civilization in western, Central and Eastern Europe
Matthew Blackburn
Pages: 461–480

Synchronous nationalisms – reading the history of nationalism in South–Eastern Europe between and beyond the binaries
Raul Cârstocea
Pages: 481–503

The history of the dichotomy of civic Western and ethnic Eastern nationalism
Peter Bugge
Pages: 505–522

The right of blood: ‘ethnically’ selective citizenship policies in Europe
Szabolcs Pogonyi
Pages: 523–538

International models and influences on Catalan nationalism: regionalism, gender and the ethnic - civic dichotomy, 1880–1920
Joana Duyster Borreda
Pages: 539–557

Book Reviews

Writing gender, writing nation: women's fiction in post-independence India
by Bharti Arora, New York, Routledge, 2019, x+232 pp., £ 38.99 (paperback), ISBN 97 8 036 728 052
Navin Sharma & Priyanka Tripathi
Pages: 559–561

Latin American adventures in literary journalism
by Pablo Calvi, Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019, xi + 276 pp., € 42.76 (hardcover), ISBN 978 0 822 94565 9
Dolors Palau-Sampio
Pages: 561–563

Strategic frames. Europe, Russia, and minority inclusion in Estonia and Latvia
by Jennie L. Schulze, Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018, 416 pp., £ 28.94 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-8229-6511-4
Olga Cara
Pages: 563–566

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