Discusses current developments in theories of nationalism, not least of those aiming to point out weaknesses or oversights in past endeavours, and ways they may be addressed or overcome. Theoretical contributions include: ethnogeneses, ethnic conflicts, nation-making, separatism, secession, ethno-national diversity, multiculturalism and related themes are welcome. One of sessions organized by the Canadian Network for the study of Identities, Mobilization and Conflict.
This session is cross listed with the Society for Socialist Studies.
Discussant: Karen Stanbridge, PhD, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Session Code: PJM12