Nations and Nationalism
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N&N Early Career Prize
ASEN and Nations and Nationalism Prize in the Memory of Dominique Jaquin-Berdal
ASEN and Nations & Nationalism have established the Dominique Jacquin-Berdal Essay Prize in her honour. She was a devoted member of ASEN and an Editor of Nations & Nationalism. The essay Prize has been established to encourage young scholars to publish original research in ethnicity and nationalism. Submissions are invited on all areas and themes in the field of nationalism studies. The prize will be awarded for the best article submitted. The winning article will be announced at 25th annual ASEN Conference, April 2015.
The prize will include a sum of £250 and 2 years' free membership of ASEN, and may lead to publication of the article in Nations & Nationalism.
Submissions may be made by currently enrolled post-graduate students and those who have submitted their thesis within five years of the submission deadline. The final date for submissions for the 2015 prize award is 30 November 2014.
- All submissions and correspondence should be made to the Managing Editor of Nations & Nationalism
- Submissions must be accompanied by an official letter from the author's supervisor confirming status and eligibility.
- Articles must be submitted in English and in the Nations & Nationalism house style ('Harvard' system). Please refer to the Guidelines for Contributors
- An author may only submit one article for consideration for the prize.
- Co-authored articles will not be considered.
- The Prize Committee reserves the right not to award a prize in any given year.
Martin Beckstein, Nation Building in Contemporary Germany: The Strange Conversion of Hitler’s ‘Word Made of Stone’
Published in Nations and Nationalism, Vol. 19 Issue 4
Fiona Rose Greenland, The Parthenon Marbles as Icons of Nationalism in 19th century Britain
To be published in Nations and Nationalism Vol. 19 Issue 4
David Pettinicchio, Migration and Ethnic Nationalism: Anglophone Exit and the 'Decolonization' of Quebec
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 18.4
Mark Scully The tyranny of transnational discourse: 'Authenticity' and Irish diasporic identity in Ireland and England
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 18.2
Mariana Kriel Culture and power: The rise of Afrikaner nationalism revisited
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 16.3
Robert Schertzer Recognition or Imposition? Federalism, National Minorities, and the Supreme Court of Canada
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 14.1
Jonathan Fox "From national inclusion to economic exclusion: ethnic Hungarian migration and the redefinition of the nation" -
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 13.1
Erol Ulker Contextualising 'Turkification': Nation-building in the Late Ottoman Empire, 1908-1918
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 11.4
Takeshi Nakano Theorising Economic Nationalism
published in Nations and Nationalism, Issue 10.3