Bibliographic update April 2017: All

National Identities

Bringing ‘Biafra’ back in: narrative, identity, and the politics of non-reconciliation in Nigeria
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Constructing a social space for Alevi political identity: religion, antagonism and collective passion
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Religion as nationalism: the religious nationalism of American Christian Zionists
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Immigration dialectic. Imagining community, economy, and nation
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Nationalism and multiple modernities. Europe and beyond
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Britain, Europe and national identity. Self and other in international relations
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Post-communist invocation of Europe: memorial museums’ narratives and the Europeanization of memory
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Making ethnic boundaries in the society of religious renaissance: Islam and everyday ethnicity in post-Soviet Tatarstan
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The emergence of Alevism as an ethno-religious identity
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From a ‘sort of Muslim’ to ‘proud to be Alevi’: the Alevi religion and identity project combatting the negative identity among second-generation Alevis in the UK
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The AKP, sectarianism, and the Alevis’ struggle for equal rights in Turkey
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Thoughts on the rhetoric that women and men are equal in Alevi belief and practice (Alevilik) – to Songül
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Diasporas and homeland conflicts: a comparative perspective
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Television and the making of a transnational Alevi identity
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Almost the same stories: narrative patterns in EU treaty referendums
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‘The orange was dried up and shriveled’: oranges and the crisis of nationalism in Ghassan Kanafani and Smilansky Yizhar
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Different narratives, one area without internal frontiers: why EU institutions cannot agree on the refugee crisis
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One narrative or several? Politics, cultural elites, and citizens in constructing a ‘New Narrative for Europe’
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European Union or Kingdom of the Antichrist? Protestant apocalyptic narratives and European unity
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The Promethean role of Europe: changing narratives of the political and scholarly left
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