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This list relates to the trimester Trimester 1 2019 which ended on 29/06/2019
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  1. Week 1, March 5 and 7: Introduction 8 items
    1. Banal nationalism - Michael Billig, Ebooks Corporation 1995 (electronic resource)

      Book Required For the workshop, the introduction and chapter five are most useful

    2. Introduction: Inventing Tradition - Eric Hobsbawm 2012

      Chapter Required Chapter 1. This e-version is a reproduction of the original text, published in 1983.

    3. Introduction - Philip Spencer, Howard Wollman 2005

      Chapter Supplementary

    4. The Banknote as a Figure of Nationhood in the Balkans - Christos Zagkos, Argyris Kyridis, Ifigenia Vamvakidou, Nikos Fotopoulos 2009

      Webpage Supplementary

  2. Week 2, March 12 and 14: Theories of nationalism 9 items
    1. Frameworks of comparison - Benedict Anderson 2016

      Chapter Required

    2. 'Are nations modern?' - Anthony D Smith 1986

      Chapter Required

    3. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism - Anderson, Benedict Richard O'Gorman c2006

      Webpage Required First published 1983; the link is to the text of the second edition, published in 1991, which included two additional chapters, 10 and 11. For class discussion read chapers 1 (Introduction) and 2 (Cultural roots)

    4. Whose imagined community? - Partha Chatterjee 1993

      Chapter Recommended

    5. The politics of ethnonationalism - Walker Connor 1973

      Article Supplementary

  3. Week 3, March 19 and 21: The history of nationalism 4 items
    1. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism - Anderson, Benedict Richard O'Gorman c2006

      Webpage  Read Chapters 3-6 for class discussion

    2. Nations and nationalism since 1780: programme, myth, reality - Hobsbawm, E. J. 1992

      Webpage  Read Introduction and Chapter 6 for class discussion

    3. Nationalism: five roads to modernity - Liah Greenfeld 1992

      Book Required

    4. The twilight of the British state - Tom Nairn 1977

      Chapter Supplementary

  4. Week 4, March 26 and 28: Nationalism in contemporary Europe 8 items
    1. Populism and Protest in Poland - Joanna Fomina, Jacek Kucharczyk 2016

      Article Supplementary

    2. Citizenship and nationhood in France and Germany - Rogers Brubaker 1992 (electronic resource)

      Book Supplementary

    3. Nationalism in modern Europe: politics, identity and belonging since the French Revolution - Derek Hastings 2018

      Chapter Required Browse Chapter 8

  5. Week 5, April 2 and 4: Nationalism, religion and politics on the Subcontinent 13 items
    1. India's two hegemonies - Achin Vanaik 2018

      Article Recommended

    2. Toward a Hindu State? - Christophe Jaffrelot 2017

      Article Recommended

    3. Whose imagined community? - Partha Chatterjee 1993

      Chapter Recommended

    4. 'Cow economics' are killing India's working class - Afroz Alam June 22, 2017 4.02pm AESTJune 22, 2017 4.02pm AEST

      Article Supplementary

    5. When nationalism borders on paranoia - Shiv Visvanathan 19/03/2019

      Webpage Supplementary

  6. Week 6: April 9 and 11: Nationalism in China 6 items
  7. Week 7, April 30 and 2 May: Nationalism and exceptionalism in US domestic politics and foreign policy 5 items
  8. Week 8, May 7 and 9: Leaders, gender and nationalism 8 items
    1. A war of one's own: understanding the gender gap in support for war - Deborah Jordan Brooks, Benjamin A Valentino 2011

      Article Recommended

    2. The Hindu Goddess in Indian Politics - Atreyee Sen 29/05/2015

      Webpage Supplementary

  9. Week 9, May 14 and 16: Indigenous rights, sovereignty and nationalism 12 items
    1. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 13 Sep 2007

      Document Recommended The declaration was agreed to by the United Nations General Assembly in 2007; New Zealand was one of four countries which voted against the declaration at that time, but declared its support in 2010.

    2. Maori Sovereignty - Donna Awatere 1982

      Article Recommended

    3. Indigenous Peoples and the UN Human Rights System - Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights 2013

      Document Recommended

    4. Study guide: the rights of Indigenous Peoples

      Webpage Supplementary The site does not appear to have been updated since 2007 but has a lot of useful information, particularly about terms used in the field of indigenous rights and international aspects of indigenous rights activism

  10. Week 10, May 21 and 23: Secessionist nationalism 10 items
    1. Nation Building: why some countries come together while others fall apart: Introduction - Andreas Wimmer 2018

      Chapter Recommended The link is to the introduction; the whole book can be e-accessed through Te Waharoa

    2. What's so special about nations? - Allen Buchanan 1997

      Article Supplementary

    3. Against the concept of ethnic conflict - Bruce Gilley 2004

      Article Supplementary A robust challenge to the notion that ethnicity is at the heart of many secessionist conflicts

    4. Greed and grievance in civil war - Paul Collier, Anke Hoeffler 2004

      Document Supplementary This is an updated version of Collier and Hoeffler's original 1998 article incorporating new arguments

    5. Ethno-national separatism in East Asia: the international dimension - Zeynep Kaya, Matthew Whiting 2015

      Chapter Supplementary

  11. Week 11, May 28 and 30: Nationalism and international relations 5 items
    1. The end of liberal international order? - G. John Ikenberry 01/01/2018

      Article Supplementary

  12. Week 12, June 4 and 6: Beyond nationalism; revision 6 items
    1. False Flags - Jan-Werner Müller

      Article Required

    2. The Importance of Elsewhere - Kwame Anthony Appiah

      Article Required

    3. The virtue of nationalism - Yoram Hazony 2018

      Book Supplementary