Bibliographic update October 2017: All

National Identities

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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‘The orange was dried up and shriveled’: oranges and the crisis of nationalism in Ghassan Kanafani and Smilansky Yizhar
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From Waverley to Outlander: reinforcing Scottish diasporic identity through book consumption
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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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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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Constructing a social space for Alevi political identity: religion, antagonism and collective passion
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Bringing ‘Biafra’ back in: narrative, identity, and the politics of non-reconciliation in Nigeria
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The peasant matrix for nation building: an effective model? Some reflections on the Belarusian case
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Exploring Greek-Cypriot media representations of national identities in ethnically divided Cyprus: the case of the 2002/2004 Annan Plan negotiations
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Purebloods and mudbloods: the continuum of Welshness and Basqueness and its implications for the development of a National consciousness
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Hybridity, ethnicity and nationhood: legacies of interethnic war, wartime rape and the potential for bridging the ethnic divide in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Political constructions of a cross-community identity in a divided society: how politicians articulate Northern Irishness
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Are we all constructivists now? Exploring the impact of nationalism studies among Slovakia’s secondary-school teachers
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Forty years later. Eugen Weber’s contribution to an empirical approach of European state-led nation-building
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National identification and intergroup attitudes of Chinese youth towards Americans, Japanese, and South Koreans
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The prolonged decay of the Palestinian National Movement
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