Bibliographic update April 2015: All

National Identities

‘And ever give us cause’: Understanding the investments of the ‘Ur-anthem’, ‘God Save the King/Queen’
vol. 17 (1): 45-61
Beacon for change. How the 1951 Festival of Britain shaped the modern age/The Lion and the Unicorn: symbolic architecture for the Festival of Britain 1951
vol. 17 (1): 99-101
From barbarian other to chosen people: the etymology, ideology and evolution of ‘nation’ at the shifting edge of medieval Western Christendom
vol. 17 (1): 1-23
Nationalism in Western art music: a reassessment
vol. 17 (1): 63-71
Reframing national locality: religious minorities using history to transform local experience in Georgia
vol. 17 (1): 25-43
Being Danish: Paradoxes of identity in everyday life
vol. 17 (1): 102-103
Performing nations, disrupting states: sporting identities in nations without states
vol. 16 (4): 283-289
‘Je suis socialiste et quinziste’: rugby, wine and socialism in the Aude since 1976
vol. 16 (4): 291-309
Sport and the Cornish: difference and identity on the English periphery in the twentieth century
vol. 16 (4): 311-326
Nation, state and identity in international sport
vol. 16 (4): 327-347
Ethnic and state sports in the context of the 2014 Sochi Olympics
vol. 16 (4): 349-364
Skiing and divergent ethnic identities in the multiethnic Northern Norway
vol. 16 (4): 365-376
For kick and country: the 2010 VIVA World Cup and sport as a site for expressions of alternate ‘national’ identities
vol. 16 (4): 377-393
Dialects of nostalgia: Downton Abbey and English identity
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Diversity and nationalism in the Basque Country and Flanders: understanding immigrants as fellow minorities
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‘What nationality he is doesn't matter a damn!’ International football, mediated identities and conditional cosmopolitanism
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Sectarian dynamics of multicultural norms and the law in Lebanon: warning for the future of Northern Ireland
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Between Darius and Khomeini: exploring Iran's national identity problematique
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‘And ever give us cause’: Understanding the investments of the ‘Ur-anthem’, ‘God Save the King/Queen’
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Beacon for change. How the 1951 Festival of Britain shaped the modern age/The Lion and the Unicorn: symbolic architecture for the Festival of Britain 1951
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