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The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics

Duruji, M. M. (2014) The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics. In: A Book Review in Ethnic and Racial Studies. University of Surrey,, pp. 518-519.

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This was a review of the book, ‘the challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics, a collection of contributions by various authors but edited by Adrian Guelke. ‘Challenges of Ethno-nationalism’ is divided into three parts of case studies, contrasting perspectives on Irish conflict and comparative analysis of ethno-nationalism beside the introductory chapter. The contributions are stimulating and informative and therefore recommended for scholars and students of nationalism, as well as folks in the policy communities. Contribution include Ramon Maiz’s in ‘We aren’t the peasant of the seventies’- Indianism and Ethnic Mobilization in Bolivia’, Emel Akcah’s in ‘Reading the Cyprus Conflict through Mental Maps- An Interdisciplinary approach to Ethno-nationalism’, Olga Malinova’s in ‘Defining and Redefining Russianness: the Concept of Empire in Public Discourses in Post-Soviet Russia ’ Ksenia Garbenko in ‘Picturing a Revolution- Photographic Representation of the Orange Revolution in the Ukrainian Newspapers’, Sangu Kumer Raji’s ‘Impact of market liberalization and globalization and the rise to power of Hindu nationalists in the 1990s’. Klaus-Jurges Nagel’s ‘How Parties of Stateless Nations adapt to Multilevel Politics: Catalan Political Parties and their concept of the state’, Jennifer Todd’s ‘Equality as steady state or Equality as threshold? Northern Ireland after the Good Friday’, Niall O Dechartaigh’s, ‘Nation and Neighbourhood; Nationalism, Mobilization and Local Solidarities in the North of Ireland’, Collian McGrattan’s ‘Ideology, Policymaking and Path-Dependent Change’, John Coakly’s ‘Assessing the capacity of federal systems to accommodate a set of territorially concentrated ethnic groups’, Dermuid Maguire’s ‘Local Space and Protest in Divided societies’, and Rob Aitken’s ‘ethnic-national locale’.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: J Political Science > JC Political theory
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Social Sciences
Depositing User: Mrs Patricia Nwokealisi
Date Deposited: 27 Feb 2018 13:35
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2018 13:35

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