Bibliographic update July 2017: All

National Identities

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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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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Editorial
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Parliaments, Estates and Representation

Sites of power, instruments of public intervention: the Palace of Congress and the construction of federal power in Argentina, 1880–1916
vol. 37 (2): 206-219
Tensions between congress and the executive in nineteenth-century Argentina: federal intervention and separation of powers
vol. 37 (2): 193-205
Forging parliamentary space: revolutionary assemblies in New Granada and Spain, 1810–31
vol. 37 (2): 130-147
Le congrès mexicain mis en scène. 1813–72
vol. 37 (2): 148-158
Congresses versus caudillos: the untold history of democracy in Latin America, with special emphasis on New Granada (Colombia), 1830–60. A new research agenda
vol. 37 (2): 119-129
Militancy and parliamentary representation in Chile, 1849–79. Notes for a prosopographical study of the chamber of deputies
vol. 37 (2): 159-175
Power of the law or power of the sword: the conflictive relationship between the executive and the legislative in nineteenth-century Peru
vol. 37 (2): 220-234
Election through complaint and controversy for political power in Chile, 1874–1925
vol. 37 (2): 176-192
Instructions for authors
vol. 37 (2): 235-238
Membership ICHRPI/CIHAE
vol. 37 (2): 239-240
Making Constitutions. Presidents, Parties, and Institutional Choice in Latin America
vol. 37 (1): 104-105
Instructions for authors
vol. 37 (1): 110-113
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