Bibliographic update July 2017: All

National Identities

The specifics of Balkan ethnic identity construction: ethnicisation of localities
vol. 19 (3): 311-332
My king’s good words: royal addresses, modern media and national narratives in Denmark, 1933–1945
vol. 19 (3): 333-357
The specifics of Balkan ethnic identity construction: ethnicisation of localities
vol. 19 (3): 311-332
My king’s good words: royal addresses, modern media and national narratives in Denmark, 1933–1945
vol. 19 (3): 333-357
Italian vices. Nation and character from the Risorgimento to the republic
vol. 19 (3): 365-366
Fútbol, Jews and the making of Argentina
vol. 19 (3): 363-364
‘Goodbye, Spain?’ The question of independence for Catalonia
vol. 19 (3): 360-363
Beyond the nation-state Polish national identity and cultural intimacy online
vol. 19 (3): 293-309
Children without a state. A global human rights challenge
vol. 19 (3): 359-360
Almost the same stories: narrative patterns in EU treaty referendums
vol. 19 (2): 199-214
Different narratives, one area without internal frontiers: why EU institutions cannot agree on the refugee crisis
vol. 19 (2): 161-177
One narrative or several? Politics, cultural elites, and citizens in constructing a ‘New Narrative for Europe’
vol. 19 (2): 215-230
European Union or Kingdom of the Antichrist? Protestant apocalyptic narratives and European unity
vol. 19 (2): 251-267
The Promethean role of Europe: changing narratives of the political and scholarly left
vol. 19 (2): 179-197
Post-communist invocation of Europe: memorial museums’ narratives and the Europeanization of memory
vol. 19 (2): 269-288
Nationalism and multiple modernities. Europe and beyond
vol. 19 (2): 290-292
Britain, Europe and national identity. Self and other in international relations
vol. 19 (2): 289-290
Nationalism and multiple modernities. Europe and beyond
vol. 19 (2): 290-292
Britain, Europe and national identity. Self and other in international relations
vol. 19 (2): 289-290
Post-communist invocation of Europe: memorial museums’ narratives and the Europeanization of memory
vol. 19 (2): 269-288
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