[Aaus-list] CfP: Nationalism and Revolution, London 9.-11.4.13 (30.11.12)
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CFP: 23rd ASEN Annual Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS: ASEN 23rd Conference “Nationalism and Revolution”
Association for Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) is pleased
to announce the call for papers for the 23rd ASEN Annual Conference:
Nationalism and Revolution. The conference will take place from the
9-11th April, 2013 at the London School of Economics. Please see the
attached document for the complete call for papers.
Confirmed keynote speakers include: John Breuilly, Charles King, John Lonsdale, Karma Nabulsi, Stein Tønnesson and Sami Zubaida.
Proposals are invited for papers focusing on the following themes:
• Theories of nationalist revolution
• Class conflict, nationalism and revolution
• Popular nationalism and revolution
• Nationalist ideology and revolution
• Nationalist ideology and counter-revolution
• Elite nationalism and revolution
• Nationalism and the “great” revolutions (English, French, Russian, Chinese)
• Revolutions and national liberation movements
• Revolution and the diffusion of nationalism
• Internationalism, nationalism and revolution
• The art and media (printed, visual, etc.) of nationalism and revolution
• Nationalism, revolution and the collapse of communism
• Radical nationalism (left and right) as revolutionary – e.g. European cases
• Popular national resistance to dictatorship – e.g. in the Middle East
• State nationalism as anti-revolutionary
Abstracts should be submitted online no later than November 30, 2012. To submit your abstract, please follow this link: http://tinyurl.com/ASEN2013abstract.
Successful submissions will be announced in January 2013.
The ASEN conference team looks forward to reading your abstract!
The Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism London
School of Economics Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)20 7955 6801
F: +44 (0)20 7955 6218
E: asen at lse.ac.uk
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